Crops, People and Irrigation
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In the case studies presented here, irrigation engineers describe water distribution practices as they actually occur in various schemes. Six of the schemes (in Indonesia, Mexico, Portugal and Bolivia) are farmer-managed, and two (in South India and Bali) are managed jointly by farmers and technical officers. The authors relate water flows to social processes and contrast conventional engineering wisdom with the practices they have observed.
|authors||Geert Diemer, , Frans Huibers,|
|Publish Date||March 1996|
|dimensions||6 1/4" x 9 1/4"|
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