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close this book Design and operation of smallholder irrigation in South Asia
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View the document Chapter 1 - Introduction
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Open this folder and view contents Chapter 3 - Land shaping and water distribution at the field level
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 4 - Water supply and demand
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 5 - Cropping patterns in irrigation design
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 6 - Irrigability
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 7 - Canal systems for smallholder irrigation
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 8 - Hydraulics of canal regulation and types of control structures
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 9 - Operation and maintenance
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 10 - Durability of canal linings
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 11 - Construction and maintenance problems of drainage works
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 12 - Cultivator organizations
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 13 - Village schemes and small tank projects
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 14 - Groundwater development
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 15 - Conjunctive use of surface and groundwater
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 16 - Pumped lift irrigation distribution
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 17 - Technical and operational improvements in rehabilitation of irrigation projects
Open this folder and view contents Chapter 18 - Ecological and riparian factors in irrigation development
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References

Notes:

Enquiries regarding procurement of World Bank publications listed below should be addressed to The World Bank, Box 7247-8619, Philadelphia PA 19170-8619, USA

For copies of IIMI publications, enquiries should be addressed to the International Irrigation Management Institute, 107 Havelock Road, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka.

Berkoff, D.J.W. (1990). Irrigation Management in the Indo-Gangetic Plain, World Bank Technical Paper No. 129, Washington, D.C.

(1987). Matching Water Requirements in Large Systems with a Variable Supply. Experiences in India, Reprinted in ODI/IIMI, 87/3d.

Byrnes, KJ. (1992). Water User Associations in World Bank-Assisted Irrigation Projects in Pakistan, World Bank Technical Paper No. 173, Washington, D.C.

Doorenbos, J., and W.O. Pruitt (1977). Guidelines for Predicting Crop Water Requirements, FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper No. 24, Rome.

Driscoll, F.G., ed (1986). Groundwater and Wells, 2nd edition, Johnson Filtration System, Publisher.

Frederick, K.D. (1993). Balancing Water Demands with Supplies. The Role of Management in a World of Increasing Scarcity, World Bank Technical Paper No. 189, Washington, D.C.

Hillel, D. (1987). Efficient Use of Water in Irrigation. Principles and Practice for Improving Irrigation in Arid and Semi-arid Regions, World Bank Technical Paper, No. 64, Washington, D.C.

Hoffman, G.J., T.A. Howell, and K.H. Solomon, eds. (1990). Management of Farm Irrigation Systems, American Society of Agricultural Engineers Monograph.

Jensen, M.E., R.D. Burman, and R.G. Allen (1990). Evaporation and Irrigation Water Requirements, American Society of Civil Engineers Manual No. 70.

Le Moigne, G., S. Barghouti, H. Plusquellec, eds. (1988). Technological and Institutional Innovation in Irrigation, World Bank Technical Paper No. 94, Washington, D.C.

Malhotra, R.C., ed. (1987). Monitoring and Evaluation of Irrigation Projects, International Fund for Agricultural Development Regional Workshop.

Martin, E.D., R. Yoder, eds. (1987). Public Intervention in Farmer-Managed Irrigation Systems, IIMI, Sri Lanka.

O'Mara, G.T., ed. (1980). The Conjunctive Use of Surface and Groundwater Resources. World Bank Symposium.

Plusquellec, H., and T. Wickham (1987). Irrigation Design and Management. Experiences in Thailand and its General Applicability, World Bank Technical Paper No. 40, Washington, D.C.

Plusquellec, H. (1988). Improving the Operation of Canal Irrigation Systems. An Audiovisual Production, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Richards, L.A., ed. (1954). Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils, US Department of Agriculture Handbook No. 60.

Shah, T. (1989). Efficiency and Equity Impacts of Groundwater Markets: A Review of Issues, Evidence, Policies, World Bank Colloquium on How to Reach the Poor through Groundwater Irrigation, April 1989.

Sundar, A. (1990). Promoting Peoples' Participation in the Rehabilitation of Tanks in Karnataka, Reprinted by ODI.

Sundar, A. (1990). Managing Public Irrigation Systems. Reprinted ODI.

Tanji, K.K, ed. (1990). Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, American Society of Civil Engineers Manual No. 71.

Toulmin, C., and M. Tiffin (19987). Groundwater Management, Equity, Feasibility and Efficiency. ODI/IIMI paper 97/1e.