Modeling irrigated cotton with shallow groundwater in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan: I. Water dynamics

@article{Forkutsa2009ModelingIC,
  title={Modeling irrigated cotton with shallow groundwater in the Aral Sea Basin of Uzbekistan: I. Water dynamics},
  author={Irina Forkutsa and Rolf Sommer and Y. I. Shirokova and John P. A. Lamers and Kirsten Maren Kienzler and Bernhard Tischbein and Christopher Martius and Paul L. G. Vlek},
  journal={Irrigation Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={27},
  pages={331-346}
}
In Khorezm, a region located in the Aral Sea basin of Uzbekistan, water use for irrigation of predominantly cotton is high whereas water use efficiency is low. To quantify the seasonal water and salt balance, water application, crop growth, soil water, and groundwater dynamics were studied on a sandy, sandy loam and loamy cotton field in the years 2003 and 2005. To simulate and quantify improved management strategies and update irrigation standards, the soil water model Hydrus-1D was applied… CONTINUE READING
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