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Document Type: Conference paper
Title: A water balance simulation model for teaching and learning – WaS
Authors: Hess, Tim M.
Counsell, Chris
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Tim Hess and Chris Counsell, A water balance simulation model for teaching and learning – WaSim, Paper presented at the ICID British Section Irrigation and Drainage Research Day, 29 March 2000, HR Wallingford
Abstract: Developed by HR Wallingford and Cranfield University (with support from the UK Department for International Development), WaSim is a computer-based training package for the teaching and demonstration of issues involved in irrigation, drainage and salinity management. WaSim is a daily water balance model that simulates the soil water / salinity relationships in response to different management strategies (e.g. drainage designs and water management practices) and environmental scenarios (e.g. weather data, soil types, cropping patterns).
URI: http://dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk/handle/1826/2455
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