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Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects

by T. C. Dougherty

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation projects -- Environmental aspects -- Developing countries.,
    • Drainage -- Environmental aspects -- Developing countries.,
    • Environmental impact analysis -- Developing countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby T.C. Dougherty, A.W. Hall.
      SeriesFAO irrigation and drainage paper,, 53
      ContributionsHall, A. W., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD195.H93 D68 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 74 p. :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL586802M
      ISBN 109251037310
      LC Control Number96177009
      OCLC/WorldCa34347070

      2. Environmental Impact Assessment of Irrigation and Drainage Projects, By T. C. Dougherty, A. W. Hall; and 3. Case Study Reports. ASSIGNMENTS: Five (05) assignment for the entire course and must be completed and submitted every two weeks. EXAMINATION: Final Exam will be hours and open book. EVALUATION: Assignments: 20%.   Abdelatey measured the impact of drainage system and drainage projects in Egypt on the environment. Focus was directed towards the effects of providing subsurface drainage to agricultural lands. He measured the environmental impact assessment of subsurface agricultural land drainage both positive and negative.

      A peer-reviewed journal that provides papers in all phases of irrigation, drainage, engineering hydrology, and related water management subjects that include watershed management, weather modifications, water quality, groundwater, and surface water. The environmental impact of irrigation projects was quantitatively evaluated first time. • The benefits of efficient water-saving irrigation projects are overestimated. • The carbon footprint is positively correlated with its investment and area. • Long-term drip irrigation could increase yield while reducing environmental impact.

      PART 3 LAND DRAINAGE Prohibition on making improvement order without an environmental impact assessment. The Scottish Ministers must not make an improvement order authorising an EIA project unless an environmental impact assessment has been carried out in respect of that project and in carrying out such an assessment they must take the environmental . Agronomy Irrigation & Drainage, TIllage 15 Surface Drainage •This is the first thing that should be looked at in any drainage scheme •Causes immediate impact on standing surface water •Surplus water running over farmland will keep it saturated for longer, reducing crop growth and timeliness of field operations.


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Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects by T. C. Dougherty Download PDF EPUB FB2

Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects (FAO irrigation and drainage paper) Paperback – January 1, by T. C Dougherty (Author)Cited by: Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects / by T.C.

Dougherty, A.W. Hall. Title Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects / by T.C Authors Dougherty, T.C. Hall, A.W. FAO United Kingdom. Overseas Development Administration. Series FAO irrigation and drainage paper. Imprint Rome: Food Cited by: Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects.

[T C Dougherty; A W Hall; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- The aim of this publication is to provide guidance enabling personnel working in irrigation and drainage to take environmental impacts into account. Environmental Impact Assessment and their Mitigation measures of Irrigation Project Article (PDF Available) December with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects / by T.C. Dougherty, A.W. Hall Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Rome Australian/Harvard Citation Dougherty, T. & Hall, Bill. Final report - Environmental impact statement. Chapter 4: Major impacts of irrigation and drainage projects.

Hydrology. Low flow regime Flood regime Operation of dams Fall of water table Rise of water table. Water and air quality. Solute dispersion Toxic substances Agrochemical pollution Anaerobic effects Gas emissions.

Soil properties and safety erects. impacts of irrigation and drainage projects, and provided technical assistance to a few countries in evaluating environmental impacts.

The challenge now is to provide the appropriate tools to those who wish to undertake environmental impact assessment in irrigation and drainage projects; a guide to a. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF IRRIGATION PROJECTS 1-Introduction: Project execution impact on environment.

Here are some examples: yChange in climate yChange in air quality yChange in surface and groundwater quality yChange in soil texture and structure yChange in rate of contaminants in soil yChange in wildlife condition yChange in groundwater. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) () Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects.

In: Dougherty TC, Hall AW, Wallingford HR (eds) FAO irrigation and drainage paper 53 Google Scholar. Gammal EH, Ali H () Commissioning of abandoned drainage water reuse systems in Egypt. irrigation and drainage projects.

United Kongdom: The Environmental Impact Assessment Directive (EIA Directive) has created a reference framework for the. mainly on the environmental side effects of agricultural land drainage mentioning the other aspects only occasionally. The positive and negative impacts of drainage are explained especially those related to soils, crops and health hazards.

The results of this study indicated that, although the major benefits of drainage projects, it must be take. Prospects for the drainage of clay soils, (E) Reforming water resources policy - A guide to methods, processes and practices, (E) Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects, (A) Crues et apports, (F) Control of water pollution from agriculture, (E S) These Regulations may be cited as the Agriculture, Land Drainage and Irrigation Projects (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations and come into force on 16th May Interpretation.

—(1) In these Regulations— “agricultural” has the same meaning as in the Agriculture (Scotland) Act. The ICID Environmental Check-list to Identify Environmental Effects of Irrigation, Drainage and Flood Control Projects.

HR Wallingford [Available from HR wallingford at £ incl P & P. Single copies available free to developing country institutions, courtesy of ODA].

Abstract Environmental impact assessment (EIA) of an irrigation or a water resources project is now required before a project can be approved for development.

This chapter therefore discusses environmental aspects of irrigation and water resources development projects. the Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for Irrigation and Drainage Projects () from the Environmental Affairs Department.

Structure of the Report. This ESMP is organised into 7 sections. Section 1. provides the introductory information to the document, including the objectives of the management and monitoring plan.

Many institutions require an environmental impact assessment (EIA) prior to construction activities associated with new projects or the rehabilitation of existing projects. The objectives are to identify potential adverse environmental effects, the magnitude of these effects, and to develop mitigative measures.

The first step of EIA process to decide whether or not EIA is required. It is a preliminarily study to investigate the negative and positive impacts of a proposed project. The project type and size is used to evaluate the extent of potential environmental impacts. Small projects some time have more adverse environmental effects than larger projects.

Environmental impact assessment of irrigation and drainage projects: Chapter 5, preparation of on existing and proposed irrigation and drainage in the area and the catchment characteristics. alternatives at least for stakeholders within the geographic scope of potential impact.

The project proponent should document specific steps taken. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important management tool for ensuring optimal use of natural resources for sustainable development.

A beginning in this direction was made in our country with the impact assessment of river valley projects in and the scope has subsequently been enhanced to cover other developmental sectors.

Ethiopia - Irrigation and Drainage Project: environmental assessment (Vol. 4): Environmental and social impact assessment of the Ribb Irrigation and Drainage Project: annexes (English) Abstract The Ethiopia Irrigation and Drainage Project (EIDP) will finance up to 20, ha of new irrigated agriculture land and complete detailed feasibility.They illustrate the spectrum and global spreading of topics that are dealt with in Irrigation and Drainage as one of the leading journals in the fields of water management and flood protection.

The authors belong to the top experts in the sector and are well recognised by their colleagues. Browse the Editor's Choice list of articles.The "Guidelines for Environmental Assessment of Water Management Projects (Flood Control, Drainage and Irrigation)" was prepared on December, and approved by the Ministry of Environment and Forest vide Memo no.

Pa Ba Ma 4/33/92// dated