A National Framework for Salinity Management: The Case of Iraq Agriculture - Final Report | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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Date of publication: 
March 2015
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ISBN / Resource ID: 
mel:20.500.11766/8827

This final report synthesizes the results of the Iraq Salinity Project, a research partnership between five Iraqi ministries and national agencies and an international team of researchers, led by ICARDA, specializing in land and water management, crop improvement and plant breeding, geoinformatics, and socioeconomics.
This research builds on previous work and technical studies done in Iraq and on the expertise of Iraqi agencies working to promote agricultural development over the past decades. It provides solutions based on the analysis of historical data and new data compiled in the Iraq Salinity Project and provides methods of implementation to reduce salinity, or reduce the impact of salinity on agriculture and the environment in Iraq.
The solutions and implementations presented in the project documents are a synthesis of a body of research. This research includes field-level and technical studies in southern and central Iraq, a new body of data and information collected and compiled by the research team, and a series of technical and background papers.

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
Soppe, Richard Saliem, Kasim Ahmed Nangia, Vinay Oweis, Theib Shideed, Kamel
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