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WATERWEB: Water Resource Strategies

WATERWEB:  Water Resource Strategies and Drought Alleviation in Western Balkan Agriculture ...

Drought and the National Irrigation Strategy

Client: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/ Water Directorate Project...

  • WATERWEB: Water Resource Strategies

    Friday, 02 July 2010 18:02
  • Protection of Rusko Selo from High Groundwater Levels

    Thursday, 01 July 2010 18:07
  • Drought and the National Irrigation Strategy

    Thursday, 01 July 2010 17:04
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WATERWEB:  Water Resource Strategies and Drought Alleviation in Western Balkan Agriculture

altClient: EU FP6 INCO-WB Program
Project Manager: Mile Božić, CE
Design Engineers: Goran Nikolić, CE; Dragiša Stević, AE; Dejan Milošev, CE; Tanja Arizanović-Eminović, ChE

This three-year (2004-2007) research project was implemented by an international consortium of EU and Western Balkan partners, including:

  • The Department of Agricultural Sciences, KVL University, Denmark
  • The School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, and the School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, University of Newcastle, UK
  • The School of Biological Sciences, University of Lancaster, UK
  • Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal
  • The School of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • The School of Agriculture, St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia
  • The Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources, Belgrade, Serbia

 

 

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Protection of Rusko Selo from High Groundwater Levels PDF Print E-mail

 

altClient: Local Community of Rusko Selo, Serbia
Chief Design Engineer: Radoslav Krunić, CE
Design Engineers: Milorad Stojadinović, CE; Dejan Milošev, CE; Željka Rudić, AE

The Community of Rusko Selo extends over a surface area of 530 ha and is located 15 km southeast of Kikinda (northern Serbia). It is threatened by excessive groundwater and precipitation. There is no appropriate stormwater evacuation network and issues associated with excess groundwater and atmospheric water have so far been addressed sporadically and partially. This situation results in frequent floods.

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Drought and the National Irrigation Strategy PDF Print E-mail

altClient: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/ Water Directorate
Project Manager: Mile Božić, CE
Design Engineers: Goran Nikolić, CE; Dejan Milošev, CE; Sanja Kračunov, CE

At a global level, climate is expected to change in the coming years and, generally, result in elevated temperatures and reduced precipitation levels. This will lead to extreme events, such as droughts.

Irrigation is the safest way to fight drought because it can be used to control the soil water balance and create favorable conditions for high and, more importantly, stable agricultural output. Irrigation also allows for the modification of cropping patterns and the introduction of more profitable crops.

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