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Integrating Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration with Applied Water to Target Potential Water Conservation Projects in Watersheds
Sponsor: USDA National Integrated Water Quality Program
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The overall purpose of the project was to develop a methodology for watershed managers to successfully target and release recommendations to growers that could benefit from improved on-farm irrigation management. The Modified Indicator that was developed for the project can be used as a targeting approach for water managers to narrow down the number of possible fields that need attendtion, and offers the ability to prioritize efforts and focus resources to maximize benefits.
Howes, D.J. and S. Styles. 2014. Integrating Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration with Applied Water to Target Potential Water Conservation Projects in Watersheds. Irrigation Training & Research Center, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, USA. ITRC Report No. R 14-001. 94 pp.
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