Data management related to the application of two crop-water-environment-models in Argentina and Egypt

W.G.M. Bastiaanssen, K. El-Deen Milad Soliman, C. Mirabile, M. Korani, S. Abdel Gawad

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    Abstract

    In a study of the transportability and intercomparison of models, the on-farm soil water balance models SWAP and BIWASA were applied with data collected in Lavalle (Argentina) and Zenkalon (Egypt). It is concluded that the one-dimensional SWAP model does not predict the water and salt balances worse than the two-dimensional model. The era of model development should bend towards quality and quantity of input and output data, rather than towards further extending the arena of models.
    Original languageUndefined/Unknown
    Title of host publicationCrop-water-environment models; selected papers to the workshop organized by the ICID Working Group on `Sustainable Crops and Water Use' at the occasion of the 16th Congress of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage at Cairo, Egypt. Cairo, Egypt nat. Comm. ICID, 1996
    EditorsR. Ragab, D. El-Din El-Quosy, B.J. van den Broek, L.S. Pereira
    Pages54-68
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

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