Sustainable Use of Soils and Water

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This book on the sustainable use of soils and water addressed a variety of issues related to the utopian desire for environmental sustainability and the deviations from this scene observed in the real world. Competing interests for land are frequently a factor in land degradation, especially where the adopted land uses do not conform with the land capability (the natural use of soil). The concerns of researchers about these matters are presented in the articles comprising this Special Issue book. Various approaches were used to assess the (im)balance between economic profit and environmental conservation in various regions, in addition to potential routes to bring landscapes back to a sustainable status being disclosed.

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  • agricultural and livestock products
  • Agriculture
  • analytic hierarchy process
  • arable soil
  • arid region
  • CA-Markov
  • Central Asia
  • climate conditions
  • cloud model
  • comprehensive land carrying capacity
  • conflicts
  • conjunctive water resources management
  • Contemporary Yellow River Delta
  • contributions
  • debris flow waste-shoal land
  • developmental factors
  • discrete wavelet transform
  • driving forces analysis
  • Ecosystem service value
  • encounters of interests
  • environmental and economic changes
  • Environmental degradation
  • Evaluation
  • evapotranspiration
  • Forest
  • geo hazards
  • Geology
  • Ghana
  • Green GDP
  • Gross Domestic Product
  • Groundwater
  • groundwater depth
  • groundwater flow field
  • groundwater recharge
  • heavy metal pollution assessment
  • hydrologic modeling
  • hydrological processes
  • Institutions
  • integrative landscape management
  • karst aquifer
  • land eco-security
  • Land use
  • land use and transformation
  • Land use change
  • land use conflicts
  • land use policy
  • land use/cover change
  • land-use planning
  • landscape as geosystem
  • Lankao county
  • legislative factors
  • macromodel DNS/SWAT
  • Managed Aquifer
  • marginal land resources
  • MicroLEIS DSS
  • multi-criterion comprehensive evaluation
  • multi-dimension
  • multiple stresses
  • Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
  • Nitrogen
  • overexploitation
  • Penman–Monteith equation
  • Recharge
  • recharge zones
  • relief
  • river basin
  • rural households’ behaviors
  • scale effects
  • set pair theory
  • Soil
  • soil reclamation
  • spatial variation
  • spatialization
  • standard deviation
  • stream flow downscaling
  • sustainability
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • Sustainable development
  • SWAT
  • temporal stability
  • temporal-spatial variations
  • territorial development
  • territorial factors
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Trnava district
  • ungauged catchment
  • urban area
  • Urbanization
  • water footprint
  • water resource management
  • water resources
  • weight
  • withdrawal of agricultural land


DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03928-645-4


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