Cover Image
close this bookIrrigation-Induced Salinity - A Growing Problem for Development and the Environment (WB, 1993, 94 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentAbstract
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentForeword
View the documentTable of contents
View the documentSummary
View the documentIntroduction 1
Open this folder and view contentsThe nature and impact of irrigation-induced salinity
Open this folder and view contentsGlobal magnitude of irrigation-induced salinity
Open this folder and view contentsFactors contributing to a irrigation induced salinity
Open this folder and view contentsFuture directions in salinity abatement
View the documentReferences
View the documentAppendix
View the documentDistributors of World Bank Publications
View the documentRecent World Bank technical papers

Recent World Bank technical papers

147 The Effects of Economic Policies on African Agriculture: From Past Harm to Future Hope. William K. Jaeger

No. 148 The Sectoral Foundations of China's Development. Shahid Javed Burki and Shahid Yusuf, editors

No. 149 The Consulting Profession in Developing Countries: A Strategy for Development. Syed S. Kirmani and Warren C. Baum

No. 150 Successful Rural Finance Institutions. Jacob Yaron

No. 151 Transport Development in Southern China. Clell G. Harral, editor, and Peter Cook and Edward Holland, principal contributors

No. 152 The Urban Environment and Population Relocation. Michael M. Cemea

No. 153 Funding Mechanisms for Higher Education: Financing for Stability, Efficiency, and Responsiveness. Douglas Albrecht and Adrian Ziderman

No. 154 Earnings, Occupational Choice, and Mobility in Segmented Labor Markets of India. Shahidur R. Khandker

No. 155 Managing External Debt in Developing Countries: Proceedings of a Joint Seminar, Jeddah, May 1990. Thomas M. Klein, editor

No. 156 Developing Agricultural Extension for Women Farmers. Katrine A. Saito and Daphne Spurting

No. 157 Awakening the Market: Viet Nam's Economic Transition. D. M. Leipziger

No. 158 Wage Policy during the Transition to a Market Economy: Poland 199(}91. Fabrizio Coricelli and Ana Revenga, editors

No. 159 International Trade and the Environment. Patrick Low, editor

No. 160 International Migration and International Trade. Sharon Stanton Russell and Michael S. Teitelbaum

No. 161 Civil Service Reform and the World Bank. Barbara Nunberg and John Nellis

No. 162 Rural Enterprise Development in China, 1986-90. Anthony J. Ody

No. 163 The Balance between Public and Private Sector Activities in the Delivery of Livestock Services. Dina L Umali, Gershon Feder, and Cornelis de Haan

No. 164 How Do National Policies Affect Long-run Growth?: A Research Agenda. William Easterly, Robert King, Ross Levine, and Sergio Rebelo

No. 165 Fisheries Development, Fisheries Management, and Extemalities. Richard S. Johnston

No. 166 The Building Blocks of Participation: Testing Bottom-up Planning. Michael M. Cernea

No. 167 Seed System Development: The Appropriate Roles of the Private and Public Sectors. Steven Jaffee and Jitendra Srivastava(Continued on the inside back cover.)

No. 168 Environmental Management and Urban Vulnerability. Alcira Kreimer and Mohan Munasinghe, editors

No. 169 Common Property Resources: A Missing Dimension of Development Strategies. N. S. Jodha

No. 170 A Chinese Province as a Reform Experiment: The Case of Hainan. Paul M. Cadario, Kazuko Ogawa, and Yin-Kann Wen

No. 171 Issues for Infrastructure Management in the 1990s. Arturo Israel

No. 172 Japanese National Railways Privatization Study: The Experience of Japan and Lessons for Developing Countries.Koichiro Fukui

No. 173 The Livestock Sector in Eastern Europe: Constraints and Opportunities. Cornelis de Haan, Tjaart Schillhorn Van Veen, and Karen Brooks

No. 174 Assessing Development Finance Institutions: A Public Interest Analysis. Jacob Yaron

No. 175 Resource Management and Pastoral Institution Building in the West African Sahel. Nadarajah Shanmugaratnam, Trond Vedeld, Anne Mossige, and Mette Bovin

No. 176 Public and Private Sector Roles in Agricultural Research: Theory and Experience. Dina L. Umali

No. 177 The Regulatory Impediments to the Private Industrial Sector Development in Asia: A Comparative Study. Deena Khatkhate

No. 178 China: Reforming Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations. Ramgopal Agarrvala

No. 179 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Privatization Study: Experience of Japan and Lessons for Developing Countries. Yoshiro Takano

No. 180 China's Reform Experience to Date. Peter Harrold

No. 181 Combatting AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Africa: A Review of the World Bank's Agenda for Action. Jean-Louis Lamboray and A. Edward Elmendorf

No. 182 Privatization Problems at Industry Level: Road Haulage in Central Europe. Esra Bennathan and Louis S. Thompson

No. 183 Participatory Development and the World Bank: Potential Directions for Change. Bhuvan Bhatnagar and Aubrey C. Williams, editors

No. 184 Agricultural Research in Southern Africa: A Framework for Action. Andrew Spurling, Teck Y. Pee, Godwin Mkamanga, and Christopher Nkwanyana

No. 185 Military Expenditure and Economic Development: A Symposium on Research Issues. edited by Geoffrey Lamb with Valeriana Kallab

No. 186 Efficiency and Substitution in Pollution Abatement: Three Case Studies. Dennis Anderson and William Cavendish

No. 187 The State Holding Company: Issues and Options. Anjali Kumar

No. 188 Indigenous Views of Land and the Environment. Shelton H. Davis, editor

No. 189 Poverty, Population, and the Environment. Stephen D. Mink

No. 190 Natural Gas in Developing Countries: Evaluating the Benefits to the Environment. John Homer

No. 191 Appropriate Macroeconomic Management in Indonesia's Open Economy. Sadiq Ahmed

No. 192 Telecommunications: World Bank Experience and Strategy. Bjorn Wellenius and others

No. 193 Information Systems Strategies for Public Financial Management. Hywel M. Davies, Ali Hashim, and Eduardo Talero

No. 194 Social Gains from Female Education: A Cross-National Study. K. Subbarao and Laura Raney

No. 195 Towards a Sustainable Development: The Rio de Janeiro Study. edited by Alcira Kreimer, Thereza Lobo, Braz Menezes, Mohan Munasinghe, and Ronald Parker

No. 196 Eastern Europe in Transition: From Recession to Growth?: Proceedings of a Conference on the Macroeconomic Aspects of Adjustment, co-sponsored by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. edited by Mario 1. Blejer, Guillermo A. Calvo, Fabrizio Coricelli, and Alan H. Gelb

No. 197 Korean Industrial Policy: Legacies of the Past and Directions for the Future. Danny M. Leipziger and Peter A. Petri

No 198 Teerink and Nakashima, Water Allocation, Rights, and Pricing: Examples from Japan and the United States

No 199 Hussi, Murphy, Lindberg, and Brenneman, The Development of Cooperatives and Other Rural Organizations: The Role of the World Bank

No 200 McMillan, Nana, and Savadogo, Settlement and Development in the River Blindness Control Zone: Case Study Burkina Faso

No. 201 Van Tuijl, lmproving Water Use in Agriculture: Experiences in the Middle East and North Africa

No 202 Vergara, The Materials Revolution: What Does It Mean for Developing Asia ?

No 203 Cleaver, A Strategy to Develop Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and a Focus for the World Bank

No 204 Barghouti, Cromwell, and Pritchard, editors, Agricultural Technologies for Market-Let Development Opportunities in the 1990s

No. 205 Xie, Kuffner, and Le Moigne, Using Water Efficiently: Technological Options

No. 206 The World Bank/FAO/UNlDO/lndustry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash, 1991/92-1997/9

No. 207 Narayan, Participatory Evaluation: Tools for Managing Change in Water and SanitationNo. 208 Bindlish and Evenson, Evaluation of the Performance of T&V Extension in Kenya

No. 209 Keith, Property Tax: A Practical Manual for Anglophone Africa

No. 210 Bradley and McNamara, editors, Living with Trees: Policies for Forestry Management in Zimbabwe

No. 211 Wiebers, Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Regulation in Developing Asia

No. 212 Frederiksen, Berkoff, and Barber, Water Resources Management in Asia, Volume 1: Main Repor

No. 213 Srivastava and Jaffee, Best Practices for Moving Seed Technology: New Approaches to Doing Business

No. 214 Bonfiglioli, Agro-pastoralism in Chad as a Strategy for Survival An Essay on the Relationship between Anthropology and Statistics

The World Bank

Headquarters 1818 H Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20433, U.S.A.

European Office
66, avenue d'lena
75116 Paris, France

Tokyo Office
Kokusai Building I
1-1 Marunouchi 3-chome
Chiyoda-ku. Tokyo 100. Japan

Telephone: (202) 477-1234
Facsimile: (202) 477-6391
Telex: WUI 64145 WORLDBANK
Cable Address: INTBAFRAD

Telephone: (1) Facsimile: (1) Telex: 640651
Telephone: (3) 3214-5001 Facsimile: (3) 3214-3657 Telex: 26838