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Some undesirable responses from irrigation of soils in NE Spain

AuthorsHerrero Isern, Juan
Issue DateFeb-2012
Citation49th annual Soil Survey and Land Resource Workshop (Texas A&M University campus. 2-3 Feb, 2012)
Abstract* Irrigation is needed for a profitable agriculture in the central Ebro valley, one of the most arid regions in Europe. * In this region, the aridity together with the outcrops of the Miocene saliferous horizontal strata, induce soil salinity in specific geomorphic positions. * Irrigation, as well as earth movements for land leveling or other purposes, exacerbate the salt redistribution in the landscape. * Both soil salination and desalination have been documented at several spatial and temporal scales.
Description1 copia .pdf (6 Pags.) de la presentación orginal del autor. Conferencia invitada a la 49th annual Soil Survey and Land Resource Workshop, Texas Univ. This event is about ongoing soil survey and land-resource activities, methods and materials.
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