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This module introduces the “town meeting” format as a new teaching method for evaluation of a complex environmental issue. The case study that is used to illustrate the method is the Klamath Basin, Oregon situation...
Water Science for Schools shows how crops are irrigated on a farm and explains why one method might be better than another: flood (furrow) irrigation, drip or spray irrigation. Also described are some things that many...
The USGS Water Science for School's shows how water is used to grow crops for food and links with many techniques used by farmers to use irrigation water more wisely.
This resource, authored by the Natural Resources Management and Environment Department, is from chapter three of a publication by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) explaining when to use furrow irrigation,...
Extension Agricultural Engineer Tom Scherer, of North Dakota State University, examines four different types of sprinkler irrigation systems for their overall effectiveness and a comparison of costs is projected in a...
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