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Record number 428606
Title Controlling the Water. Matching Technology and Institutions in Irrigation Management in India and Nepal.
Author(s) Roth, D.; Vincent, L.F.
Source New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press - ISBN 9780198082927 - 406
Department(s) Rural Development Sociology
Irrigation and Water Engineering
WASS
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) irrigatie - irrigatiesystemen - waterbeheer - technologie - nepal - india - irrigation - irrigation systems - water management - technology
Categories Irrigation / Water Management (General)
Abstract Irrigation has a long history and important developmental role in India and Nepal. Even then it is faced with critical challenges as new scarcities and environmental stresses emerge, for which understanding technology and institutional choices is vital. Through case studies conducted in these two countries, this book explores the means of controlling water used in irrigation management, looking at the sources and technologies in practice, and the institutions evolving around them. This book shows the range of irrigation technologies developed in different agro-ecological zones-large-scale public canal systems; small-scale farmer-managed canal systems; ponds and tank irrigation systems; and groundwater-based and conjunctive use settings, including micro-hydel systems developed alongside irrigation.
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