A Comparative Study for Estimating Crop Evapotranspiration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

University of California, Davis (UC Davis) | April 23rd, 2018

Summary

Consumptive water use by crops, often referred to as evapotranspiration (ET), is frequently the largest component of an agricultural region’s water balance. This study

Agricultural Water Conservation and Efficiency Potential in California

Pacific Institute | June 10th, 2014

Summary

Agriculture uses about 80 percent of California’s developed water supply. As such a large user, it is heavily impacted by the availability and reliability of California

Agricultural Water Use Efficiency (Resource Management Strategy)

Department of Water Resources | July 29th, 2016

Summary

The agricultural water use efficiency strategy describes the use and application of scientific processes to control agricultural water delivery and use to achieve a benef

California Agricultural Production and Irrigated Water Use

Congressional Research Service | June 30th, 2015

Summary

California ranks as the leading agricultural state in the United States in terms of farm-level sales.  In 2012, California’s farm-level sales totaled nearly $45 billio

California Simulation of Evapotranspiration of Applied Water and Agricultural Energy Use in California

Journal of Integrative Agriculture | August 15th, 2013

Summary

The California Simulation of Evapotranspiration of Applied Water (Cal-SIMETAW) model is a new tool developed by the California Department of Water Resources and t

California’s Next Million Acre-Feet: Saving Water, Energy, and Money

Pacific Institute | September 26th, 2010

Summary

A new analysis from the Pacific Institute recommends specific actions that can annually save a million acre-feet of water quickly and at a lower economic and ecological c

Climate-smart management of soil water storage: statewide analysis of California perennial crops

Environmental Research Letters | April 9th, 2019

Summary

The FAO-56 dual crop coefficient model was used to simulate site-specific irrigation management to quantify the green water resource (rainfall stored in soil) in five Cal

Cover cropping and no-tillage improve soil health in an arid irrigated cropping system in California’s San Joaquin Valley, USA

Soil and Tillage Research, Elsevier | January 3rd, 2017

Summary

The concept of soil health has attracted considerable attention during the past two decades, but few studies have focused on the effects on soil health of long-term soil

Drip Irrigation

Scientific American | November 1st, 1977

Summary

Some 40 years ago Symcha Blass, an Israeli engineer, observed that a large tree near a leaking faucet exhibited a more vigorous growth than the other trees in the are

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