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Sediment induced soil spatial variation in paddy fields of Northwest Vietnam
Abstract The aim of this study was to assess the impact of various sedimentation pathways (flooding, irrigation and runoff) on the spatial variability of soil fertility in rice paddy terraces inExpand
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A turbidity-based method to continuously monitor sediment, carbon and nitrogen flows in mountainous watersheds
Summary The aim of this study was to develop a method to continuously monitor sediment, carbon and nitrogen concentrations in streams using turbidity sensors. Field experiments were conducted in anExpand
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Valuing flexibilities in the design of urban water management systems.
Climate change and rapid urbanization requires decision-makers to develop a long-term forward assessment on sustainable urban water management projects. This is further complicated by theExpand
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Why do people not learn from flood disasters? Evidence from Vietnam’s northwestern mountains
This article explores how the causes and impacts of a flood event as perceived by local people shape immediate responses and future mitigation efforts in mountainous northwest Vietnam. Local floodExpand
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Assessing potential land suitable for surface irrigation using groundwater in Ethiopia
Abstract Although Ethiopia has abundant land for irrigation, only a fraction of its potential land is being utilized. This study evaluates suitability of lands for irrigation using groundwater inExpand
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Suitability mapping framework for solar photovoltaic pumps for smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract As solar panels become more affordable, solar photovoltaic (PV) pumps have been identified as a high potential water-lifting technology to meet the growing irrigation demand in sub-SaharanExpand
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Linking spatio-temporal variation of crop response with sediment deposition along paddy rice terraces
Abstract In tropical mountainous regions of South East Asia, intensive cultivation of annual crops on steep slopes makes the area prone to erosion resulting in decreasing soil fertility. SedimentExpand
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Watershed modeling for reducing future non-point source sediment and phosphorus load in the Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
PurposeAgricultural intensification to meet the food needs of the rapidly growing population in developing countries affects water quality. In regions such as the Lake Tana basin, knowledge isExpand
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Suitability of Watershed Models to Predict Distributed Hydrologic Response in the Awramba Watershed in Lake Tana Basin
Planning effective landscape interventions is an important tool to fight against land degradation and requires knowledge on spatial distribution of runoff. The objective of this paper was to testExpand
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