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Valuation of irrigation induced soil degradation in Tungabhadra Project area of Karnataka

Valuation of irrigation induced soil degradation in Tungabhadra Project area of Karnataka

an economic analysis

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Published by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Agricultural Sciences in Bangalore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tungabhadra Project

  • Edition Notes

    StatementB. Chinnappa ... [et. al.].
    ContributionsChinnappa, B., University of Agricultural Sciences (Bangalore, India). Dept. of Agricultural Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 116 p. ;
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16670794M
    LC Control Number2006414615

    Download Irrigation Engineering And Hydraulic Structures By Santosh Kumar Garg – The book is designed to cover the major fields of agricultural and environmental engineering such as weather, plant, soil, water, and basics of on-farm water book will be quite useful for the students of agricultural engineering. Students of other related branches of engineering sciences, and.   area under micro irrigation systems in 22 districts of Andhra Pradesh and is reaching its targets. A farmer is entitled to avail subsidy of 60% of the drip systems cost (50% in case of sprinkler) to the maximum ceiling of Rs. 50, The pre requisites for availing benefit under the project are land ownership, water.

    Irrigation water management research in the Tungabhadra scheme, Karnataka, India: a collection of papers on the "Tungabhadra irrigation pilot project" Author(s) Jurriëns, R. Source: Wageningen: ILRI: Department(s) International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement: Publication type: Scientific book (author) Publication. Impact of land tenure system in watershed development programmes in the Meghalaya State, North-East India S.B. Singh, K.K. Datta and S.V. Ngachan. Equity issues relating to irrigation-induced soil degradation under left Bank Canal of Tungabhadra project area, Karnataka .

    Irrigation projects having Culturable Command Area (CCA) of more t hectares each are classified as major projects. Those having a CCA between 2, hectares hectares fall under the category of medium irrigation projects. And the projects which have a CCA of less than 2, hectares are classified as minor irrigation schemes. The human-induced soil degradation map implies that urgent measures are needed for the periodic monitoring of soil degradation. Such problems are most common in canal irrigated areas such as the Tungabhadra Irrigation Project in Karnataka the Sharda Sahayak Irrigation command area in Uttar Pradesh the Nagarjunasagar Project command area in.


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Valuation of irrigation induced soil degradation in Tungabhadra Project area of Karnataka Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Tungabhadra project (TBP) in south west India provides a site for the estimation of the cost of soil degradation in an irrigation project. The TBP is a protective irrigation system, designed to provide limited supplemental irrigation over a large area Hugar,Mollinga, Cited by: Chinnappa, B., () Valuation of irrigation-induced soil degradation in Tungabhadra project area, Karnataka: An economic analysis, Unpublished thesis, University of Agricultural Sciences.

Valuation of irrigation-induced soil degradation in Tungabhadra project area, Karnataka: An economic analysis, Unpublished thesis, To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal : B. Chinnappa and N. Nagaraj. In Tungabhadra irrigation project in Karnataka state, poor irrigation and drainage managements are responsible for large-scale land degradation.

(e.g., remediation of degraded land).Valuation. For the lower left bank main canal of the Tungabhadra project, the total economic cost of soil degradation are approximately % of the system's productive potential while sub‐optimal distribution losses may approach %Cited by: for Amelioration of Irrigation-Induced Soil Degradation B.

Chinnappa1 and N. Nagaraj2 Abstract The study has reported the impact of public interventions for amelioration of soil degradation through subsurface drainage technology in the Tungabhadra Project area in Karnataka.

Chinnappa, B., & Nagaraj, N. Equity issues relating to irrigation-induced soil degradation under left bank canal of Tungabhadra project area, Karnataka. Agricultural Economics Research Review, 19, – Google Scholar. The agricultural impacts of irrigation induced waterlogging and soil salinity in the Arkansas Basin.

Agricultural Water Management, 85 (1–2), – CrossRef Google Scholar. The study has reported the impact of public interventions for amelioration of soil degradation through subsurface drainage technology in the Tungabhadra Project area in Karnataka.

The paper discusses the challenges in using survey-based methods of economic valuation of water: choice experiments, residual value of water and water trading prices. The three different approaches to economic valuation of irrigation water are compared, all based on data from a farmer survey conducted in two irrigation command areas in the Tungabhadra sub-basin (Karnataka State, India).

The equity issues concerning soil degradation and soil reclamation have been analysed for Tungabhadra Project Area of the Karnataka state.

The study is. Despite substantial investment in irrigation projects in the past decades, global irrigated cropland area has hardly grown. World map of the status of human induced soil degradation: An. Chinnappa B () An economic analysis of land reclamation technologies for amelioration of irrigation-induced soil degradation.

Agric Econ Res Rev – Google Scholar Chinnappa B, Nagaraj N () Equity issues relating to irrigation-induced soil degradation under left bank canal of Tungabhadra project area, Karnataka. In theory, such a corrective tax should solve the problem of soil degradation (Rosegrant and Binswanger,Henry and Vaux, ).

For the case of irrigation-induced soil degradation, the calculation of the optimal tax must consider two effects, that of water on crop growth and water as a transporter of salt.

Equity Issues Relating to Irrigation-induced Soil Degradation under Left Bank Canal of Tungabhadra Project Area, Karnataka B. Chinnappa and N. Nagaraj Impact of Land Tenure System in Watershed Development Programmes in the Meghalaya State, North-East India S.B.

Farm ponds add value to farming activities through the means of water supply to domestic and as well as for livestock. It serves irrigation facilities to growing crops and supporting for raising of fishes.

Even though TBP (Tungabhadra Project) command area is a canal fed, release of canal water varies with the onset on monsoon rains and water level in TB dam.

Tungabhadra Irrigation Project (TBP) is a major inter-state irrigation project of peninsular India. It was commissioned in with an irrigation potential of million ha (1 ha = 10, m 2) in the state of Karnataka lying between 76°20′10″ E longitude and 15°15′40″ N latitude and million ha in the state of Andhra Pradesh ().

Estimates on the annual direct cost of land degradation in India Parameters NRSA () ARPU () Sehgal and Abrol () Area affected by soil erosion (Mha) Area affected by salinization, alkalinization and waterlogging (Mha) - Total area affected by land degradation (Mha) Cost of soil erosion in lost.

Soil degradation in India is estimated to be occurring on million hectares (Mha) of land, including 94 Mha from water erosion, 16 Mha from acidification, 14 Mha from flooding, 9 Mha from wind erosion, 6 Mha from salinity, and 7 Mha from a combination of factors.

This is extremely serious because India supports 18% of the world’s human population and 15% of the world’s livestock. The land degradation data (Table ) show that soil erosion due to water and wind occupy more than 70 % of the total degraded area. The water induced soil erosion is the single largest contributor to land degradation, i.e.

about two-third of the total, followed by salinity, about 15 %, which is a common problem in the irrigated lands in the. The experiments were conducted with beetroot (Beta vulgaris) as test crop in saline vertisols of Tungabhadra Project command area in Northern Karnataka, India during '08 and '09 in strip plot design with three soil salinity levels (Electrical conductivity, EC, and dS m-1) in main plots and five drip irrigation levels (Evapotranspiration, ET, and ) with.In both irrigation methods, at the end of irrigation, upper parts of the soil profiles have low concentration of salts and these will depend on the salt concentration of the applied irrigation water.

The salt in the profile increases to a maximum value close to the wetting front and drops to its initial value below the wetting depth.The case study of the irrigation infrastructure of Tungabhadra river zooms in on the river, to examine the various schemes on it.

Taking the particular case of the Tungabhadra in the Krishna river basin and following the river flow as it is subject to various schemes in time and space, it shows how simmering tensions are likely to manifest as full-fledged conflicts.