The main aim of this workshop was to bring individuals and organizations together who contribute to the development and upgrading of crop-water-environment models. Twenty-four model papers were presented in three sessions: pesticides and nitrates, salinity, and crop water balance. Each presentation covered the state of the art, the underlying physical processes, the importance of field data to model calibration and validation, model application on different scales in time and place, the combination of models with geographical information systems, and the usefulness of these models for irrigated agriculture in arid and semi-arid regions.
|Number of pages||301|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|