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Economic impacts of irrigation technologies in the Sevier River Basin

Theodore R. Frickel

Economic impacts of irrigation technologies in the Sevier River Basin

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Published by Utah Water Research Laboratory, Utah State University in Logan, Utah .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Utah,
  • Sevier River Watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation -- Technological innovations -- Economic aspects -- Utah -- Sevier River Watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 51-54.

      Statementby Theodore R. Frickel and Rangesan Narayanan.
      SeriesWater resources planning series ;, UWRL/P-81/02
      ContributionsNarayanan, Rangesan., Utah Water Research Laboratory.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1694.U8 F75 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 54 p. :
      Number of Pages54
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3925691M
      LC Control Number81623566

      Project Methods The primary methodology for this research uses systematic interviewing and document collection to construct a detailed case study. This effort is examining the social and political dynamics by which the water community in the Arkansas Valley River Basin assessed the State of Colorado pilot water bank and then proceeded to establish an alternative collective goods organization. Catherine’s book, Tule Technology, shows how tules/bulrushes were used widely in the Great Basin until very recent times for a multitude of purposes. In the Great Basin there are hundreds of springs and marshes, and even more in earlier days before the settlers altered the waterways for agriculture. Pro-poor Intervention Strategies in Irrigated Agriculture in Asia. Poverty in Irrigated Agriculture: Issues, Lessons, Options and Guidelines Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan and Vietnam / poverty / pro-poor interventions / irrigated farming / large-scale systems / irrigation benefits and. Governor's Office of Economic Development Health Heritage and Arts Human Resource Management sevier river sheds state government surface type toxic release inventory colorado river basin compensated neutron compensated sonic compensation contours.


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Economic impacts of irrigation technologies in the Sevier River Basin by Theodore R. Frickel Download PDF EPUB FB2

The empiracle linear programming model developed to represent the agricultural economy of the Sevier River Basin was able to provide reasonable replication of cropping patterns, wate ruse, and instream flows in the basin. This success generates some confidence in the model's ability to estimate the effects of adaptations of new irrigation technologyCited by: 1.

Economic impacts of irrigation technologies in the Sevier River Basin. Logan, Utah: Utah Water Research Laboratory, Utah State University, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

A linear programing model was developed to determine to evaluate the effect of changes in irrigation technology on consumptive use and return flows for downstream users within the Sevier River Basin. The model was constructed in two by: 1. The economic well-being of the semi-arid intermountain area requires efficient use of available water supplies.

Agriculture, the major water-consuming industry, depends on irrigation water. The adoption of sprinkler systems that increase irrigation \u22efficiencies\u22 and increase water available for irrigation upstream may interfere with the \u22tenure\u22 of downstream water : Theodore R.

Frickel. The empiracle linear programming model developed to represent the agricultural economy of the Sevier River Basin was able to provide reasonable replication of cropping patterns, wate ruse, and instream flows in the : Theodore R.

Frickel and Rangesan Narayanan. Irrigated areas constitute about 17% of the total farmland in the world and provide 50% of the global agricultural produce.

In the Middle Eastern countries, irrigated fields yield 70% of the agricultural produce. The volume of irrigation water conveyed to a field dictates the engineering parameters File Size: KB.

A river salinity model has been developed on the 21 major canal areas in the lower Arkansas River Basin in Colorado to address the impact of irrigation return flow on the river.

The quantity of the return flow is predicted by constructing response functions for tailwater, canal leakage, and in-field deep percolation so that the spatial and. Sevier County Economic Development Council.

The Sevier County Economic Development Council welcomes you to Sevier County, Tennessee, a progressive, diversified community nestled at the door to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that abounds with natural scenic beauty, warm friendly people, fascinating history and an unlimited variety of outdoor activities.

Sevier River Water Users Association PO Box Richfield, UT Supported and Maintained by Dynamic Integrations, Ephraim, Utah. Funded in part by USBR Provo Area Office. Regions of the Sevier River Basin. This site is sponsored by the Sevier River Water Users Association in central Utah.

The Sevier River Basin is instrumented with solar powered weather, canal, reservoir, pond and river monitoring stations. The tools on this website give users of water in the Sevier River Basin immediate access to data from.

The Sevier River Basin (Basin) in south-central Utah is one the state's major drainages. A closed river basin, it encompasses percent of the state's total area.

From the headwaters, miles south of Salt Lake City, the river flows north and then west river miles before reaching Sevier Lake. AN APPRAISAL OF THE QUALITY OF SURFACE WATER IN THE SEVIER LAKE BASIN, UTAH, by D.

Hahl, Hydraulic Engineer, and J. Mundorff, Hydrologist, u.s. Geological Survey ABSTRACT Water in 13 mountain streams in the Sevier Lake basin was found to range in concentra­ tion of dissolved solids from 60 to about ppm (parts per million) during the water year.

effects of pumping for irrigation on the water supply in the St. Joseph River basin. The geologic and hydrologic characteristics of the basin, as well as the distribution of irrigation, are presented. The effects of pumping for maximum irrigation are described by the changes to aquifer water levels and streamflow predicted by a computer by: 1.

"Economic Appraisal of Irrigation Systems for the Green River Basin in Wyoming." Agricultural Extension Service Bulletin University of Wyoming, Laramie, June The economy of the SHP is highly dependent on the agribusiness sector.

Ogallala aquifer on the SHP economy. The SHP region consists of 19 counties in the Texas High Plains. Ogallala aquifer in order to meet irrigation water requirements.

Texas High Plains (Segarra and Feng, ). The Sevier River basin has 65 reservoirs and lakes that are used for surface-water management, with four reservoirs on the main river.

Additional sites for new reservoirs have been investigated, two on the main river. The basin is short on water relative to demand by about million m 3 annually.

The Sevier River Basin is composed of five regions. This website, sponsored by the Sevier River Water Users Association in central Utah, is dedicated to the proposition that better, more timely information leads to better water management. Effective November 5, the area is subject to the conditions of the Sevier River Basin Groundwater Policy.

The policy was created to address issues raised after study of the basin hydrology and management alternatives. The major issue discussed was the close hydrologic connection between the surface water and ground water. GENERAL. The study area is the Sevier River Basin located in south-central Utah ().It encompasses an area of approximat km 2 that account for % of Utah’s area.

The basin has high ET and low precipitation, and is characterized by snowmelt-driven streamflow Cited by: 4. Soil in the Congo River Basin is not fertile due to the over-irrigation from the river. This creates unstable land, like quicksand with a water to earth ratio of about 10 to 3.

Frickel, Theodore Richard, "Economic Impacts of Irrigation Technologies in the Sevier River Basin." Utah State University, Laughlin, David Henderson, "The Agricultural Benefits of Salinity Control of the Red River of Texas and Oklahoma." Texas A&M University, Stone, Donald Norman George, "Alberta's and British Columbia's Crown.

Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden River Basin Management VII 4 River developments and economic water uses commissioned in to produce MW [7]. The dam is the only one existing in the basin. Gode irrigation project with 17 km long canal has the capacity to irrigate 17 ha of land [7].

impacts of improved irrigation water—use efficiency in the South Platte River, and To operate the conjunctive model with a range Of assumed ' 'effi— ciency" improvements in delivery, distribution and application Systems and in irrigation water management practices so as to evaluate the basin Wise hydrologic impacts and costs.

of the river basin authorities is to co-ordinate land and water use throughout their basin. There are also drainage and irrigation consortia and mountain watershed consortia. These are public bodies under regional control which can submit proposals for works to river basin authorities.

3RUWXJDO (Caldas, ) *HRJUDSK\File Size: 1MB. The Sevier Desert, as used in this report, comprises the main part of the Sevier Desert, the Tintic Valley, and the southeastern part of the Old River Bed.

It covers an area of about 3, square miles and occupies a large basin in the eastern part of the Basin and Range physiographic alluvial fans extend from the mountain fronts into the basin where they interfinger with eolian.

Keywords: salinization, winter irrigation, arid area, Tarim River. 1 Introduction The Tarim River, which flows south of the Tian Shan Mountains, is the longest inland waterway in China. Its main stream length is km. The irrigated area in the Tarim Basin measures million hectares. Cotton and fruits are produced in this by: 5.

The Sevier River Basin in rural south-central Utah is one of the state =s major drainages. A closed river basin, it encompasses percent of the state =s total area.

From the headwaters, miles south of Salt Lake City, the river flows north and then west miles before reaching the Sevier Lake.

To simulate the effects of conversion from flood to sprinkler irrigation, recharge from irrigated fields was reduced by 50 percent. After twenty years, this reduction resulted in water-level declines of 1 to 8 feet in most of the basin, and a reduction in ground-water discharge to the Sevier River Author: P.M.

Lambert, J.L. Mason, R.W Puchta. Irrigation is the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals. Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall.

Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil. Irrigation provides the lifeblood of farming in Utah’s Sevier River basin, but, as in much of the west, there isn’t enough water.

To improve their lot, farmers will have to find ways to stretch this scarce resource. A project launched by the U.S. Interior Department’s Bureau of Reclamation is showing how the.

VITA. NAME AND ADDRESS:Narayanan, Rangesan. Department of Resource Economics/MS College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources. University of Nevada, Reno. and the Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station.

Reno, NV () (office) () (fax) () (home) [email protected] EDUCATION. KEY MESSAGE: Agriculture is the largest component of the Colorado River Basin economy, with U.S.

states in the basin generating over $60 billion in crops and livestock each year. In the coming decades, climate change is predicted to increase water scarcity in the basin, significantly reducing an File Size: KB. River basins, including the Colorado, Columbia, Gila, Missouri, and Yakima, showing land classification, irrigable areas, and proposed irrigation and dam development plans, (40 items).

Specific reclamation projects (arranged alphabetically), including detailed plans of the Columbia River Basin Project, ( items). Juab Counties and later proposed supplemental irrigation water for the Sevier Basin. The Jordanelle Reservoir on the Provo River is the key facility, providing M&I water to Salt Lake County.

Water from Strawberry Reservoir released through the Syar Tunnel to the Spanish Fork River into Utah Lake replaces water stored in Jordanelle Reservoir thatFile Size: KB. Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Groundwater Management Plan in the Beryl-Enterprise Area.

The Lower Sevier River Basin Crop Monitor and Forecast Decision Support System: Exploiting Landsat Imagery to Provide Continuous Information to Farmers and Water Managers, American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, December Using the Farm & Ranch Irrigation Survey time-series database this research examines irrigated agriculture s shift to a sustainable future by: 1) describing trends in producer adoption of water-conserving irrigation technology/water-management practices; 2) developing and applying an analytic framework that endogenizes technology/management.

The agricultural land consists of approximat irrigated hectares and agricultural fields organized within an on-demand irrigation system managed by three different canal companies.

Canal B is part of a large irrigation command area called the Lower Sevier River Basin, not shown in Figure 1. The Lower Sevier River Basin and Canal B Cited by: O Basin-scale maps of soil and water salinity extent and severity under major crops in the Rio Grande Project area (e.g., pecan, alfalfa and cotton), and in Bear and Sevier River Basins of UT (e.g., alfalfa, wheat, and silage corn).

Buy Economic benefits of controlling water pollution in an irrigated river basin: Methodology and application on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Sevier and Beaver River Basins March 1, Snowpacks on the Sevier River Basin are near normal at % of average, a 3% decline relative to last month and % of last year.

Individual sites range from 65% at GBRC Headquarters to % of average at Long Valley Jct. Precipitation during February was. Theodore R. Bosela has written: 'Introduction to Electrical Power Systems Technology'.farmers and irrigation operators, the technology has now reached a stable and robust level of development, and has taken on various • The Sevier River Basin Water.

Users Association • Desert Lake, Emery County, UT Nile River Basin were examined, and implications toward river .tions often provide a stimulus for voluntary water transfers. Chapters 5, 8, which discuss the Truckee and Carson basins in Nevada, the Yakima basin in Washington, and the Imperial Valley in California, respectively, illustrate the relationships between voluntary and involuntary transfers.

Water transfers are viewed by many as a valuable means of meeting the changing water needs of.