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A dynamic model of salinization on irrigated lands

, : A dynamic model of salinization on irrigated lands. Ecological Modelling 139(2/3): 177-199

A dynamic simulation model of salt accumulation on irrigated lands is presented. The original version of the model is part of a large-scale socio-economic model of irrigation-based regional development.

Accession: 003342751

DOI: 10.1016/s0304-3800(01)00242-3

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