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Economics of irrigation system consolidation

Paul C. Huszar

Economics of irrigation system consolidation

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Published by Colorado State University Experiment Station] in [Fort Collins .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation -- Colorado.,
    • Irrigation -- Research -- Colorado.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 40-41.

      Statementby Paul C. Huszar, D. W. Seckler, and D. D. Rohdy.
      SeriesTechnical bulletin, 105, Technical bul. (Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 105.
      ContributionsSeckler, D. W., 1935- joint author., Rohdy, D. D., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1739.C6 H86
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 50 p.
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5276861M
      LC Control Number71631974

      A revolution in food systems—food supply chains upstream from farms, to the food industry in the midstream segments of processing and wholesale and in the downstream segment of retail, then on to consumers—has been under way in the United States for more than a century and in developing countries for more than three decades. The transformation includes extensive consolidation, very rapid Cited by: Towards an Economics of Irrigation Networks Karl Jandocy, Ruben Juarez z, and James Roumasset x May Abstract Both the economics and the engineering of irrigation design are typically based on the assumption of a single source. The more general economic prob-lem is to determine which sources should be developed and how water shouldCited by: 2. The term delivery system management refers to the management of the delivery system as a whole, and deals with matching the outgoing discharges with the inflowing discharges from the river. The main system management can be (Ankum b): • no (day-to-day) system management, when regulation of the structures is not possible and/or Size: 2MB.


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