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Irrigation Water Quality

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   Irrigation Water Quality
   
   1. Accumulation of micronutrients and heavy metals by plants
   irrigated with sewage effluent.
   Sadik, M. K.; Ali, M. E.; Rabie, M. H.; Khalil, M. E. A. 
   
   Second African Soil Science Society Conference on Soil and
   Water Management for Sustainable Productivity  proceedings of
   the  conference at the Egyptian International Center for
   Agriculture, Cairo, Egypt, November 4-10, 1991 / African Soil
   Science Society Conference  on Soil and Water Management for
   Sustainable Productivity. Cairo, Egypt : [Ain Shams
   University, Faculty of Agriculture], 1993.. p. 457-465. 
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: citrus-; phaseolus-; lupinus-; irrigation-;
   sewage-effluent; trace-elements; heavy-metals; egypt-
   NAL Call No.: S599.5.A1A37-1991
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   2. Agricultural and munipal use of wastewater.
   Bouwer, H. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1583-1591. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: refuse-; waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; water-quality; quality-standards
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   3. Agroforestry drainage management model. I. Theory and
   validation.
   Karajeh, F. F.; Tanji, K. K.; King, I. P. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.120, p.363-381. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: tile-drainage; drainage-water; eucalyptus-;
   roots-; uptake-mechanisms; agroforestry-systems;
   two-dimensional-flow; groundwater-level; soil-water;
   water-reuse; salinity-; water-management; seasonal-variation;
   mathematical-models; california-; root-water;
   san-joaquin-valley
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
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   4. Agroforestry drainage management model. III. Field salt
   flow.
   Karajeh, F. F.; Tanji, K. K. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.120, p.397-413. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: tile-drainage; drainage-water; water-reuse;
   salinity-; agroforestry-systems; eucalyptus-; roots-;
   groundwater-level; two-dimensional-flow; gypsum-;
   irrigated-farming; mathematical-models; california-;
   san-joaquin-valley
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
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   5. Anaerobic/aerobic pretreatment of sugarcane mill
   wastewater for application of drip irrigation.
   Yang, P. Y.; Chang, L. J.; Whalen, S. A. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.243-250. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: sugarcane-; sugar-factory-waste;
   waste-water-treatment; aerobic-treatment;
   anaerobic-treatment; pretreatment-; water-reuse; irrigation-
   water; trickle-irrigation; organic-compounds; solid-wastes;
   removal-; hydraulics-; retention-; time-; aeration-;
   lagoons-; cost-analysis; hawaii-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   6. An analysis of changing constraints and planning for
   flexibility in a water reclamation program.
   Bailey, H. E.; Moutes, J. G.; Schlesinger, F. D. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1525-1535. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; landscape-; irrigation-; urban-areas;
   california-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   7. An animal model to assess the potential for viral disease
   transmission from lawns irrigated with wastewater.
   Deming, E. J.; Mote, C. R.; Von Bernuth, R. D.; Potgieter, L.
   N. D. 
   
   J-Environ-Sci-Health-Part-A-Environ-Sci-Eng v.27,
   p.2199-2211. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: lawns-and-turf; irrigation-; waste-water;
   contamination-; porcine-enterovirus; pigs-;
   disease-transmission; animal-models; disease-models;
   human-diseases; infection-; risk-
   NAL Call No.: TD172.J6
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   8. Appropriate industrial waste management technologies: the
   New Zealand meat industry.
   Rao Bhamidimarri, S. M. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.89-95. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "First IAWPRC East African Regional
   Conference on Industrial Wastewaters," October 25-28, 1989,
   Nairobi,  Kenya.
   Descriptors: meat-and-livestock-industry; industrial-wastes;
   waste-treatment; technology-; organic-fertilizers;
   organic-farming; water-reuse; irrigation- water; new-zealand;
   thermophilic-compositing
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   9. Appropriate wastewater treatment and reuse in
   Morocco-Boujad: a case study.
   Niedrum, S. B.; Karioun, A.; Mara, D. D.; Mills, S. W. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.205-213. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: effluents-; waste-water-treatment; stabilizing-;
   ponds-; water-reuse; irrigation-water; water-quality;
   microbial-contamination; public-health; health-protection;
   case-studies; algae-; organic-fertilizers;
   yield-response-functions; morocco-; demonstration-scheme
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   10. Breeding for salinity-stressed environments: recombinant
   inbred wheat lines under saline irrigation.
   Kelman, W. M.; Qualset, C. O. 
   
   Crop-Sci v.31, p.1436-1442. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: triticum-aestivum; inbred-lines;
   line-differences; salt-tolerance; irrigation-water;
   saline-water; water-reuse; stress-response; genotype-
   environment-interaction; application-rates;
   nitrogen-fertilizers; genetic-variance; heritability-;
   crop-yield; grain-; harvest-index; dry-matter- accumulation;
   plant-breeding; california-
   Abstract: Disposal of saline drainage water poses a
   difficulty in some cropping systems. This study investigated
   the reuse of such water for irrigating  winter-planted spring
   wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the San Joaquin Valley of
   California. Uniform salinization with a controlled degree of 
   salinity presents a new target cropping system for plant
   breeding. Our objectives were to measure genetic and
   environmental variance  components for agronomic traits and
   stress susceptibility index (S), using 43 recombinant inbred
   lines (RILs) and their parents, 'Anza' and  'Cajeme 71',
   grown under three saline irrigation treatments (control, 0.6;
   intermediate, 7.0; and high, 14.0 dS m-1) and two N
   fertilization rates  (160 and 260 kg N ha-1) in 2 yr. Soil
   water conductivities at harvest time were 1.2, 4.4, and 9.4
   dS m-1 (2 yr means) after the three irrigation  treatments.
   Grain yield reductions after the 7.0 and 14.0 dS m-1
   treatments were 5 and 19% in the first year and 36 and 68% in
   the second year.  In both years genetic variances were
   significant and genotype X environment interaction variances
   were not significant for grain and biomass  yields and
   harvest index. Broad-sense heritabilities estimated each year
   were low for grain yield (0.30 and 0.10) and biomass (0.07
   and 0.02).  Differences in S, based on grain yields in the
   low and intermediate salinity treatments, were nonsignificant
   in both years among RIL, but  indicated a higher salinity
   tolerance of Anza than Cajeme 71. It was suggested that
   selection in low salinity environments would produce 
   cultivars with high yield potential for environments with
   moderate salinity stress (soil conductivity of approximately
   7 dS m-1), as may be  prescribed with a controlled saline
   irrigation cropping system for wheat.
   NAL Call No.: 64.8-C883
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   11. Bureau of Reclamation contract renewal policies :
   oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Water, Power,
   and Offshore Energy  Resources of the Committee on Interior
   and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred
   Second Congress, first session, on findings  and
   recommendations of the General Accounting Office: reclamation
   laws--changes needed before water service contracts are
   renewed : hearing  held in Washington, DC, October 29, 1991.
   United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and
   Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Water, P. a. O. E. R. 
   
   Washington : U.S. G.P.O. : For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt.
   of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, 1992 [i.e. 1993] iii,
   195 p. : ill., maps.
   Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.
   Descriptors: United-States-Bureau-of-Reclamation-Procurement;
   Public-contracts-California; Water-reuse-California;
   Water-supply-California; Irrigation-water-California;
   Water-resources-development-California
   NAL Call No.: KF27.I5474-1991c
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   12. The Carini experimental station for wastewater reuse in
   agriculture--preliminary indications.
   Croce, F.; Pollara, J. R.; Oliveri, R. L.; Torregrossa, M.
   V.; Valentino, L. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.2617-2620. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   5 / edited by M. Suzuki, et.al. Proceedings of the Sixteenth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; soil-pollution; human-diseases; pathogens-;
   sicily-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   13. Characterization and control of domestic wastewater in
   Bahrain: assessment of possible applications.
   Akhter, M. S.; Madany, I. M. 
   
   J-Environ-Sci-Health-Part-A-Environ-Sci-Eng v.26, p.971-979.
   (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-reuse; waste-water;
   treatment-; chemical-analysis; irrigation-water;
   groundwater-recharge; landscaping-; bahrain-
   NAL Call No.: TD172.J6
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   14. Chemical analysis of irrigation waters in Bahrain.
   Akhter, M. S. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2159-2164. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: sewage-; waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   springs-water; chemical-analysis; water-quality;
   saline-water; irrigation-water; bahrain-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   15. The clogging capacity of reclaimed wastewater: a new
   quality criterion for drip irrigation.
   Teltsch, B.; Juanico, M.; Azov, Y.; Ben Harim, I.; Shelef, G. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.123-131. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; trickle-irrigation; water-quality;
   requirements-; filtration-; capacity-; water-pollution;
   particles-; control-methods; biological-techniques;
   freshwater-fishes; plankton-; concentration-; israel-;
   filter-clogging; screen-filters; hypophthalmichthys-molitrixi
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   16. Collection of subsurface drainage for irrigation.
   Mahin, G. G. 
   
   1991. vii, 55 leaves : ill., map.
   Typescript.
   Descriptors: Irrigation-water-Recycling; Alfalfa-Irrigation;
   Water-reuse-Research
   NAL Call No.: NvU Thesis-2819
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   17. Comparison between chlorine dioxide and chlorine for use
   as a disinfectant of wastewater effluents.
   Narkis, N.; Kott, Y. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1483-1492. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: refuse-; waste-treatment; effluents-;
   disinfection-; disinfectants-; comparisons-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   18. Contamination of lettuces with nematode eggs by spray
   irrigation with treated and untreated wastewater.
   Ayres, R. M.; Stott, R.; Lee, D. L.; Mara, D. D.; Silva, S.
   A. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1615-1623. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; infestation-;
   ascaridia-galli; ascaris-lumbricoides; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; sprinkler-irrigation; lactuca-sativa;
   brazil-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   19. Control of emitter clogging in drip irrigation with
   reclaimed wastewater.
   Ravina, I.; Paz, E.; Sofer, Z.; Marcu, A.; Shisha, A.; Sagi,
   G. 
   
   Irrig-sci v.13, p.129-139. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: emitters-; blockage-; performance-testing;
   trickle-irrigation; water-quality; irrigation-water;
   water-reservoirs; waste-water; water-reuse; chlorine-;
   chemical-treatment; filtration-; washing-; water-flow;
   discharge-; seasonal-fluctuations; clogging-susceptibility
   Abstract: Experiments were carried out to evaluate the
   performance of various types of drip irrigation emitters,
   widely used in Israel, using waste  water from a storage
   reservoir. Fine particulate matter agglomerated by microbial
   by products and in-line developed biomass were the principal 
   clogging agents. Clogging fluctuated, increased as water
   quality deteriorated and decreased when it improved. There
   were definable differences  between emitters of various types
   as to their clogging susceptibility which were not directly
   correlated with differences in emitter flow-rate,  although,
   for any particular type, the emitter with smaller discharge
   was always more sensitive to clogging. The clogging process
   generally  started with emitters located at the far end of
   the lateral and partial emitter clogging was more common than
   complete plugging. Overflow was  also found in most emitter
   types and was more common in regulated emitters. Reliable
   long term operation of most emitter types was achieved  with
   filtration at 80 mesh (180 micromoles opening) combined with
   daily chlorination and bimonthly lateral flushing. Regular
   lateral discharge  monitoring was found to be a convenient
   way to detect the initiation of the clogging process.
   Chlorination was most efficient when applied  before the
   emitters became massively clogged.
   NAL Call No.: S612.I756
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   20. Creeping bentgrass damaged by low levels of atrazine in
   irrigation water.
   Nus, J. L.; Sandburg, M. A. 
   
   HortScience v.26, p.392-394. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: agrostis-stolonifera-var; -palustris;
   lawns-and-turf; treatment-; atrazine-; irrigation-water;
   culture-; phytotoxicity-; application-rates; models- ;
   crop-quality; evaluation-
   Abstract: Throughout the north-south climatic transition zone
   of the eastern United States, cool- and warm-season
   turfgrasses are used adjacently. A  greenhouse study with
   creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.) was initiated
   to determine threshold concentrations of atrazine, an
   effective  pre- and postemergence herbicide for warmseason
   turfgrasses, that would result in unacceptable levels of
   phytotoxicity to seedling and mature  creeping bentgrass.
   Mature and 8-week-old seedling 'Penncross' creeping bentgrass
   were given 6.5 mm of daily irrigation of untreated water or 
   water containing atrazine at 0.01, 0.02, 0.04, 0.08, 0.16,
   0.32, 0.64, 1.28, or 2.56 mg.liter-1. A model of quality
   ratings taken 20 days after the  initiation of treatments
   indicated threshold concentrations resulting in unacceptable
   turf quality to be approximately 0.05 and 0.08 mg.liter-1 for 
   seedling and mature bentgrass, respectively.
   NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
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   21. Dairy wastewater treatment and reuse.
   Hadjivassilis, I. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.83-87. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "First IAWPRC East African Regional
   Conference on Industrial Wastewaters," October 25-28, 1989,
   Nairobi,  Kenya.
   Descriptors: dairy-industry; industrial-wastes;
   waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; activated-sludge;
   irrigation-water; cyprus-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   22. The Dan Region sewage wastewater treatment and
   reclamation scheme.
   Shelef, G.; Azov, Y.; Kanarek, A.; Zac, G.; Shaw, A. 
   
   Water-sci-technol v.30, p.229-238. (1994).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '94. 9.
   Special applications and emerging technologies; specific
   pollutants and treatment  technologies; water
   reuse--industrial and municipal applications / edited by D.
   Ballay, T. Asano, R. Bhamidimarri, et al.
   Descriptors: sewage-effluent; waste-water;
   waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   23. Deep-bed filtration of SBR effluent for agricultural
   reuse: pilot plant screening of advanced secondary and
   tertiary treatment for domestic  wastewater.
   Brenner, A.; Shandalov, S.; Oron, G.; Rebhun, M. 
   
   Water-sci-technol v.30, p.219-227. (1994).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '94. 9.
   Special applications and emerging technologies; specific
   pollutants and treatment  technologies; water
   reuse--industrial and municipal applications / edited by D.
   Ballay, T. Asano, R. Bhamidimarri, et al.
   Descriptors: sewage-effluent; waste-water-treatment;
   biological-treatment; equipment-; filtration-; sand-;
   filters-; water-reuse; irrigation-water; israel-;
   sequencing-batch-reactors
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   24. Defining water quality.
   Adams, E. B. 
   
   Ext-Bull-Wash-State-Univ-Coop-Ext-Serv. Pullman, Wash. : The
   Service. Nov 1992. (1721) 8 p. 
   Descriptors: water-quality; surface-water; groundwater-;
   drinking-water; irrigation-water; regulations-;
   quality-standards; contaminants-; washington-
   NAL Call No.: 275.29-W27P
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   25. Desalination of municipal wastewater for horticultural
   reuse: process description and evaluation.
   Jolis, D.; Campana, R.; Hirano, R.; Pitt, P.; Marinas, B. 
   
   Desalination v.103, p.1-10. (1995).
   Paper presented at the American Desalting Association 1994
   Biennial Conference on Membrane and Desalting Technologies,
   September  11-15, 1994, Palm Beach, Florida.
   Descriptors: water-reuse; desalinization-; waste-water;
   reverse-osmosis; reclamation-; water-purification;
   irrigation-water; irrigation-; applications-; california-
   NAL Call No.: TD478.D4
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   26. Design & management of irrigation wastewater systems: a
   consultant's perspective.
   DeHaan, D.; George, J. A.; Grabs, G. 
   
   Pap-Am-Soc-Agric-Eng. St. Joseph, Mich. : American Society of
   Agricultural Engineers,. Summer 1994. (94-2066/94-2090) 17 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1994 International Summer Meeting
   sponsored by The American Society of Agricultural Engineers,"
   June 19-22,  1994, Kansas City, Missouri.
   Descriptors: irrigation-; waste-water
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
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   27. Design methods for the development of wastewater land
   disposal systems.
   Thoma, K.; Baker, P. A.; Allender, E. B. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.27,
   p.77-86. (1993).
   In the series analytic: Appropriate waste management
   technologies / edited by G. Ho and K. Mathew. Proceedings of
   the International  Conference, held November 27-28, 1991,
   Perth, Australia.
   Descriptors: waste-water; waste-disposal-sites;
   application-to-land; systems-; design-; industrial-wastes;
   irrigation-; eucalyptus-; forest-plantations; soil-
   pollution; south-australia
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   28. The development of health guidelines for wastewater
   reclamation.
   Shuval, H. I. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.149-155. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Advanced Wastewater Treatment and
   Reclamation / edited by J. Kurbiel. Proceedings of the IAWPRC
   Conference,  September 25-27, 1989, Cracow, Poland.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   water-purification; irrigation-water; health-hazards;
   guidelines-; microbial-contamination; helminths-;
   water-quality; quality-standards; stabilization-; ponds-;
   who-; public-health; health-protection; water-pollution;
   control-methods; israel-; developing-countries
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   29. Diagnostic evaluation of wastewater utilization in
   agriculture, Morelos State, Mexico.
   Rodriguez Zavaleta, C.; Oyer, L.; Cisneros, X. 
   
   Environmentally sound agriculture  proceedings of the second
   conference  20-22 April 1994 / p.423-430. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; waste-utilization; water-reuse;
   application-to-land; agricultural-land; irrigated-farming;
   ecosystems-; environmental-impact; land-productivity;
   sustainability-; mexico-; agroecosystems-
   NAL Call No.: S589.7.E57-1994
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   30. Direct and indirect water re-use.
   Westerhoff, G. P.; Anderson, J.; Mancuso, P. C. S.;
   Rodrigues, J. M. C.; Filho, J. L.; Zachariou, M.; Rantala,
   P.; Bersillon, J. L.; Zanarek, A.; Michail, M. 
   
   Water-supply v.12, p.IR9-1-IR9/29. (1994).
   Paper presented at the "19th International Water Supply
   Congress and Exhibition," October 2-8, 1993, Budapest,
   Hungary.
   Descriptors: water-reuse; groundwater-recharge;
   irrigation-water; waste-water; australia-; brazil-; cyprus-;
   finland-; france-; israel-; italy-; japan-; netherlands-;
   portugal-; sweden-; uk-; usa-
   NAL Call No.: TD201.W346
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   31. Double reuse of citrus processing effluent for treatment
   and conservation.
   Allhands, M. N.; Prochaska, J. F. 
   
   Pap-Am-Soc-Agric-Eng. St. Joseph, Mich. : American Society of
   Agricultural Engineers,. Summer 1991. (916003) 7 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1991 International Summer Meeting
   sponsored by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers,"
   June 23-26,  1991, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
   Descriptors: citrus-; waste-water; irrigation-;
   water-conservation; water-quality
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   ************************************************************
   
   32. Dripper-clogging factors in wastewater irrigation.
   Adin, A.; Sacks, M. 
   
   J-Irr-Drain-Eng v.117, p.813-826. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: trickle-irrigation; irrigation-water;
   waste-water; effluents-; physicochemical-properties;
   blockage-; emitters-; filtration-
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3PS-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   33. Effect of effluent quality and application method on
   agricultural productivity and environmental control.
   Oron, G.; DeMalach, Y.; Hoffman, Z.; Manor, Y. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1593-1601. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: households-; waste-water-treatment; effluents-;
   water-quality; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   trickle-irrigation; sprinkler-irrigation; food- crops;
   israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   34. Effect of excess MgSO4 or Mg(HCO3)2 in irrigation water
   on corn growth.
   Franklin, W. T.; Olsen, J. S.; Soltanpour, P. N. 
   
   Commun-Soil-Sci-Plant-Anal v.22, p.37-47. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: zea-mays; calcareous-soils; fertigation-;
   greenhouse-crops; bicarbonates-; magnesium-;
   magnesium-sulfate; phytotoxicity-; irrigation-water;
   saline-water; tap-water; crop-yield; growth-; transpiration-
   NAL Call No.: S590.C63
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   35. Effect of selenite and selenate on plant uptake of
   cadmium by maize (Zea mays).
   Shanker, K.; Mishra, S.; Srivastava, S.; Srivastava, R.;
   Dass, S.; Prakash, S.; Srivastava, M. M. 
   
   Bull-environ-contam-toxicol v.56, p.419-424. (1996).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: zea-mays; cadmium-; uptake-; irrigation-;
   translocation-; selenium-; pretreatment-; heavy-metals;
   toxic-substances; metabolic- detoxification; shoots-; roots-;
   phytotoxicity-; pot-experimentation; toxic-metals
   NAL Call No.: RA1270.P35A1
   ************************************************************
   
   36. Effect of treated sewage water on vegetative and
   reproductive growth of date palm.
   El Mardi, M. O.; Salama, S. B.; Consolacion, E.; Al Shabibi,
   M. S. 
   
   Commun-soil-sci-plant-anal v.26, p.1895-1904. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: phoenix-dactylifera; irrigation-;
   irrigation-water; sewage-effluent; application-to-land;
   fruits-; leaves-; plant-composition; macronutrients-;
   trace-elements; nutrient-content; heavy-metals; uptake-;
   oman-
   Abstract: The effect of treated sewage water on the
   vegetative and reproductive growth of date palms was
   assessed. Leaves and fruits samples were  collected from
   locations irrigated with treated sewage (TSW), desalinised,
   and well water. Samples were analysed for their calcium (Ca), 
   magnesium (Mg), iron (Fe), lead (Pb), copper (Cu), and zinc
   (Zn) content by atomic absorption spectrophotometry and for
   sodium (Na) and  potassium (K) by flame photometry. The Mg,
   Fe, and Zn content of fruits and Na in the leaves were not
   found to be significantly different.  Treated sewage water
   from University campus utilities significantly increased the
   Na, K, and Cu and reduced Ca in leaves and Zn in fruits of 
   date palms. But no significant effect was observed on the K,
   Ca, Mg, and Na contents in fruits of the same palms. The
   different concentrations  of Ca, Mg, Fe, and Zn in the fruits
   of date palms grown along the same TSW line were attributed
   to variations in the soil; however, those in Pb  content of
   leaves could be attributed to motor vehicle combustion. The
   general trend indicated that fruits contained higher K, Na,
   and Fe  contents, but lower Ca, Mg, Cu, Zn, and Pb contents
   than the leaves. Furthermore, leaves of date palms irrigated
   with desalinised and well water  contained higher Ca and Zn,
   but lower K, Mg, Na, Cu, Fe, and Pb contents than those of
   palms irrigated with treated sewage water. Desalinised  water
   reduced the K, Ca, Na, and Zn contents, but it increased the
   Mg, Fe, Cu, and Pb content of leaves compared to well water.
   None of the  examined metal were found to reach toxic level
   to man or plant.
   NAL Call No.: S590.C63
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   37. Effect of wastewaters on plant growth and soil
   properties.
   Al Jaloud, A. A.; Hussain, G.; Al Saati, A. J.; Karimullah,
   S. 
   
   Arid-soil-res-rehabil v.7, p.173-179. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: zea-mays; sorghum-bicolor; waste-water;
   irrigation-water; salinity-; biomass-production;
   dry-matter-accumulation; soil-salinity; exchangeable-sodium;
   sodium-; adsorption-; ratios-; waste-utilization;
   water-reuse; sodicity-
   NAL Call No.: S592.17.A73A74
   ************************************************************
   
   38. Effects of intermittent acidic irrigations on soybean
   yields and frogeye leaf spot.
   Walker, J. T.; Philips, D. V.; Melin, J.; Spradlin, D. 
   
   Environ-exp-bot v.34, p.311-318. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: glycine-max; cercospora-; microsphaera-;
   acid-deposition; irrigation-water; acidity-; irrigation-;
   phytotoxicity-; crop-yield; seeds-; plant- composition;
   sulfur-; dry-matter-accumulation; susceptibility-;
   leaf-spotting; fungal-diseases; cercospora-sojina;
   powdery-mildew; microsphaera-diffusa
   NAL Call No.: 450-R11
   ************************************************************
   
   39. Effects of metsulfuron-treated water on some winter
   season crops.
   Balyan, R. S.; Malik, R. K. 
   
   Tests-agrochem-cultiv p.94-95. (1993).
   Supplement to Annals of applied biology, volume 122.
   Descriptors: irrigated-stands; winter-; phytotoxicity-;
   metsulfuron-; irrigation-water; application-rates; india-
   NAL Call No.: S587.T47
   ************************************************************
   
   40. Effects of reclaimed wastewater on leaf and soil mineral
   composition and fruit quality of citrus.
   Zekri, M.; Koo, R. C. J. 
   
   Proc-Annu-Meet-Fla-State-Hortic-Soc. [S.l.] : The Society.
   June 1991. v. 103 p. 38-41. 
   Meeting held December 17-19, 1990, Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
   Descriptors: citrus-; irrigation-; waste-water;
   water-conservation; crop-quality; foliar-diagnosis;
   mineral-nutrition; soil-water; florida-
   NAL Call No.: SB319.2.F6F56
   ************************************************************
   
   41. Effects of regenerant wastewater irrigation on growth and
   ion uptake of landscape plants.
   Wu, L.; Chen, J. Q.; Lin, H.; Van Mantgem, P.; Harivandi, M.
   A.; Harding, J. A. 
   
   J-environ-hortic v.13, p.92-96. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: hydrangea-macrophylla; nandina-domestica;
   athyrium-filix-femina; rhaphiolepis-indica;
   rosa-sempervirens; pittosporum-tobira; jasminum- sambac;
   buxus-japonica; rhododendron-; irrigation-water; waste-water;
   waste-utilization; chloride-; ion-uptake; plant-composition;
   calcium-; potassium-; magnesium-; growth-rate; rhododendron-;
   formosa-; water-softeners
   NAL Call No.: SB1.J66
   ************************************************************
   
   42. Effects of salinity on growth and ionic composition of
   Coleus blumei and Salvia splendens.
   Ibrahim, K. M.; Collins, J. C.; Collin, H. A. 
   
   J-Hortic-Sci v.66, p.215-222. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: coleus-blumei; salvia-; greenhouse-culture;
   irrigation-water; saline-water; sodium-chloride;
   concentration-; growth-; plant-analysis; sodium-; potassium-;
   ions-; selection-criteria; salt-tolerance
   NAL Call No.: 80-J825
   ************************************************************
   
   43. Effects on crops of irrigation with facultative pond
   effluent.
   Monte, H. M. d.; Sousa, M. S. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1603-1613. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: refuse-; waste-water-treatment; lagoons-;
   effluents-; water-reuse; irrigation-; water-; crop-yield;
   crop-quality; portugal-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   44. Effluent reuse by trickle irrigation.
   Oron, G.; DeMalach, Y.; Hoffman, Z.; Manor, Y. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.103-108. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: effluents-; waste-disposal; waste-treatment;
   fertigation-; trickle-irrigation; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; sprinkler-irrigation; soil-; crops-;
   contamination-; zea-mays; sweetcorn-; bacteria-; viruses-;
   counting-; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   45. Effluents quality along a multiple-stage wastewater
   reclamation system for agricultural reuse.
   Azov, Y.; Shelef, G. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2119-2126. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; effluents-; quality-;
   irrigation-water; gossypium-; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   46. Enhanced transport of atrazine under irrigation with
   effluent.
   Graber, E. R.; Gerstl, Z.; Fischer, E.; Mingelgrin, U. 
   
   Soil-Sci-Soc-Am-j. [Madison, Wis.] Soil Science Society of
   America. Nov/Dec 1995. v. 59 (6) p. 1513-1519. 
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: atrazine-; transport-processes;
   movement-in-soil; irrigation-water; water-quality;
   sewage-effluent; groundwater-pollution
   Abstract: Enhanced transport of atrazine
   (2-chloro-4-(ethylamino)-6-(isopropylamino)-s-triazine;
   C8H14ClN5) applied to a corn (Zea mays L.) field  was
   observed after irrigation with secondary effluent. Cores to 4
   m were obtained from 10 effluent-irrigated and 10
   high-quality water-irrigated  plots after two growing seasons
   and two winter rainy seasons. In most of the
   effluent-irrigated cores, atrazine was widely distributed
   with depth,  with an average center of atrazine mass at 115
   +/- 39 cm and a mean variance around the center of mass of
   142 cm. In the high-quality water- irrigated cores, atrazine
   was concentrated in the upper soil horizons with an average
   center of mass at 63 +/- 64 cm and a mean variance around 
   the center of mass of 58 cm. The mean centers of atrazine
   mass in the effluent-irrigated profiles and high-quality
   water-irrigated profiles are  significantly different
   (Student's t-test, P = 0.06). The equilibrium sorption
   isotherm for atrazine in the presence of high-quality water
   was  nonlinear, with a Freundlich n of 0.87 and a
   distribution coefficient (Kf) of 1.07. The atrazine isotherm
   in the presence of effluent had a similar  n (0.86) but a
   significantly lower Kf of only 0.93. Atrazine at a rate of 4
   mg/kg-1 was added to soil columns filled with the < 1-mm size
   fraction  of the 0 to 30-cm horizon of soil from an
   uncultivated site adjacent to the field site. Three replicate
   columns were leached with 0.85 pore  volumes of either
   secondary effluent or 0.005 M CaCl2 solution at constant
   head. Atrazine in the effluent-treated columns was more
   strongly  leached from the upper columns and peaked at higher
   concentrations lower in the columns.
   NAL Call No.: 56.9-So3
   ************************************************************
   
   47. Environmentally sound agriculture through reuse and
   reclamation of municipal wastewater.
   Roberts, A.; Vidak, W. 
   
   Environmentally sound agriculture  proceedings of the second
   conference  20-22 April 1994 / p.415-422. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; waste-utilization; water-reuse;
   application-to-land; agricultural-land;
   environmental-protection; water-management; management-;
   florida-; nutrient-management
   NAL Call No.: S589.7.E57-1994
   ************************************************************
   
   48. Evaluation of spray irrigation as a methodology for
   on-site wastewater treatment and disposal on marginal soils.
   Monnett, G. T. 1. 
   
   1992. xiv, 250 leaves : ill..
   Vita.
   Descriptors: Sprinkler-irrigation; Sewage-;
   Land-treatment-of-wastewater
   NAL Call No.: ViBlbV LD5655.V856-1992.M663
   ************************************************************
   
   49. Evaluation of spray irrigation for on-site wastewater
   treatment and disposal on marginal soils.
   Monnett, G. T.; Reneau, R. B. Jr.; Hagedorn, C. 
   
   Water-environ-res v.68, p.11-18. (1996).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: sewage-effluent; waste-water-treatment;
   sewage-effluent-disposal; sprinkler-irrigation;
   silt-loam-soils; water-quality; nitrogen-; nitrate- nitrogen;
   ammonium-nitrogen; removal-; phosphorus-; soil-water-content;
   application-to-land; virginia-; domestic-sewage-effluent;
   individual-household-domestic-effluent
   NAL Call No.: TD419.R47
   ************************************************************
   
   50. Evaluation of the California wastewater reclamation
   criteria using enteric virus monitoring data.
   Asano, T.; Leong, L. Y. C.; Rigby, M. G.; Sakaji, R. H. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1513-1524. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: regulations-; refuse-; evaluation-;
   reclamation-; indicators-; enterovirus-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; california-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   51. The Evaluation of water quality criteria for selenium,
   boron, and molybdenum in the San Joaquin River Basin.
   University of California (System). Committee of Consultants
   on San Joaquin River Water Quality Objectives. 
   
   [Davis, Calif.?] : The Task Force : The Center, [1988] 18, 7
   leaves.
   Cover title.
   Descriptors:
   Water-Standards-California-San-Joaquin-River-Watershed-Evaluation; 
   Water-quality-California-San-Joaquin-River-Watershed;
   Irrigation- water-California-San-Joaquin-Valley-Quality;
   Agricultural-pollution-California-San-Joaquin-Valley;
   Drainage-California-San-Joaquin-Valley
   NAL Call No.: TD224.C2T43-1988
   ************************************************************
   
   52. Fate of heavy metals in a land treatment system irrigated
   with municipal wastewater.
   Yediler, A.; Grill, P.; Sun, T.; Kettrup, A. 
   
   Chemosphere v.28, p.373-381. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; sewage-; sewage-effluent;
   application-to-land; oryza-sativa; irrigation-water;
   irrigation-; cadmium-; copper-; mercury-; lead-; zinc-;
   uptake-; roots-; leaves-; seeds-; liaoning-
   NAL Call No.: TD172.C54
   ************************************************************
   
   53. Feasibility of cyclic reuse of saline drainage in a
   tomato-cotton rotation.
   Shennan, C.; Grattan, S. R.; May, D. M.; Hillhouse, C. J.;
   Schachtman, D. P.; Wander, M.; Roberts, B.; Tafoya, S.;
   Burau, R. G.; McNeish, C.; Zelinski, L. 
   
   J-environ-qual v.24, p.476-486. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: lycopersicon-esculentum; gossypium-hirsutum;
   rotations-; saline-water; drainage-water; water-quality;
   crop-quality; tomatoes-; crop-yield; soil-salinity;
   profiles-; boron-; selenium-; california-
   Abstract: Use of saline drainage water for crop irrigation
   teas been proposed as a strategy to reduce drainage volume
   and conserve good quality  water. Over a 6-yr period, two
   cyclic drainage-water reuse practices were tested in a 3-yr
   rotation of processing tomato (Lycopersicon  esculentum L.)
   and cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). In both practices,
   drainage water (ECi = 7.4 dS m-1 and 0.74 mmol L-1 B) was
   applied to  processing tomato after first bloom to take
   advantage of salt-induced enhancement of fruit quality and
   increased crop salt tolerance at later  developmental stages.
   In one practice, drainage water was also applied to the
   following cotton crop after thinning. Nonsaline water was
   used for  irrigation at all other times and throughout for
   the control. When saline water was applied once every 3 yr,
   yields of both crops were unaffected.  Tomato yields were
   generally lowest when saline water was applied 2 out of 3 yr,
   but saline water improved tomato fruit quality by increasing 
   Brix in most years. Changes in soil chemical and physical
   quality may limit long-term reuse. Both B and salts
   accumulated in the soil over time,  particularly at depth
   (60-140 cm), whereas Se was more readily leached and showed
   greater fluctuations in the rootzone with irrigation 
   treatment. Calculations Using reclamation formulae estimated
   that for low B drainage water, the amount of drainage wager
   used exceeded that  of nonsaline water needed to return soil
   ECe to control levels, resulting in significant water
   savings. For high B drainage water, more than twice  the
   amount of nonsaline water was needed to fully reclaim the
   profile than was saved by reuse. However, moderately
   B-tolerant crops could be  successfully.  nonsaline water
   supplies, or as a means to reduce effluent volumes.
   NAL Call No.: QH540.J6
   ************************************************************
   
   54. Furrow infiltration and design with cannery wastewater.
   Xanthoulis, D.; Wallender, W. W. 
   
   Trans-A-S-A-E v.34, p.2390-2396. ill. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: sorghum-; surface-irrigation; waste-water;
   design-; furrows-; infiltration-; cannery-wastes; tomatoes-;
   waste-disposal; california-
   Abstract: Surface irrigation is used to apply food processing
   wastewater. A newly developed flow-through infiltrometer was
   developed to measure  the influence of wastewater quality on
   infiltration and irrigation performance. Steady infiltration
   rate decreased with increased loading of BOD  and TS of
   tomato processing wastewater. Using a hydraulic model to
   simulate irrigation performance, it was shown that ignoring
   the decline in  infiltration with increased loading and using
   the unadjusted infiltration function reduced predicted
   application efficiency 23%. Surface irrigation  system design
   should therefore include the effect of wastewater quality.
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM32T
   ************************************************************
   
   55. Golf course irrigation with reclaimed wastewater.
   Mujeriego, R.; Sala, L. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.161-171. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; requirements-; golf-courses; public-health;
   health-protection; microbial- contamination; water-resources;
   water-quality; physicochemical-properties; operation-;
   maintenance-; costs-; spain-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   56. Guidelines for evaluating water quality related to crop
   growth.
   Marsh, A. W. 
   
   Tech-Conf-Proc-Irrig-Assoc p.69-74. (1982).
   Paper presented at meeting " Water, energy and economic
   alternatives," held February 21-24, 1982, Portland, Oregon.
   Descriptors: crops-; growth-; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; salinity-; permeability-; phytotoxicity-
   NAL Call No.: 55.9-SP8
   ************************************************************
   
   57. Health guidelines and standards for wastewater reuse in
   agriculture: historical perspectives.
   Shuval, H. I. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2073-2080. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   health-protection; regulations-; historical-records; usa-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   58. Heavy metals in soils and alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.)
   irrigated with three sources of wastewater.
   Carrillo G, R.; Cajuste, L. J. 
   
   J-Environ-Sci-Health-Part-A-Environ-Sci-Eng v.A27,
   p.1771-1783. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; irrigation-; heavy-metals;
   trace-elements; soil-properties; medicago-sativa; uptake-;
   leaves-; roots-; pollution-; mexico-
   NAL Call No.: TD172.J6
   ************************************************************
   
   59. Heavy metals in some water- and wastewater-irrigated
   soils of Oman.
   Abdelrahman, H. A.; Al Ajmi, H. 
   
   Commun-soil-sci-plant-anal v.25, p.605-613. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: water-conservation; water-quality;
   waste-water-treatment; discharge-; waste-water; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; irrigated-soils; soil- pollution;
   heavy-metals; oman-
   NAL Call No.: S590.C63
   ************************************************************
   
   60. Human waste use: health protection practices and scheme
   monitoring.
   Strauss, M. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.67-79. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: man-; wastes-; waste-utilization;
   agricultural-production; aquaculture-; public-health;
   health-protection; waste-water; water-reuse; guidelines-;
   waste-water-treatment; irrigation-water
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   61. Induction of phytoestrogen production in Medicago sativa
   leaves by irrigation with sewage water.
   Shore, L. S.; Kapulnik, Y.; Gurevich, M.; Wininger, S.;
   Badamy, H.; Shemesh, M. 
   
   Environ-exp-bot v.35, p.363-369. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: medicago-sativa; coronilla-varia;
   plant-estrogens; plant-composition; leaves-; coumestrol-;
   irrigation-; irrigation-water; sewage-effluent
   NAL Call No.: 450-R11
   ************************************************************
   
   62. Infiltration percolation for reclaimimg stabilization
   pond effluents.
   Brissaud, F.; Restrepo Bardon, M.; Soulie, M.; Joseph, C. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.185-193. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; stabilizing-; ponds-;
   infiltration-; percolation-; construction-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; lawns-and-turf; landscape-gardening;
   france-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   63. Influence of irrigation water salinity on optimal
   nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium liquid fertilizer rates
   for Spathiphyllum 'Petite'.
   Campos, R.; Reed, D. W. 
   
   J-environ-hortic v.12, p.104-107. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: spathiphyllum-; ornamental-foliage-plants;
   npk-fertilizers; application-rates; liquid-fertilizers;
   irrigation-water; saline-water; salt-tolerance; growth-rate;
   plant-composition; nutrient-uptake; sodium-; calcium-;
   chloride-; phytotoxicity-
   NAL Call No.: SB1.J66
   ************************************************************
   
   64. International perspective on water resources management
   and wastewater reuse--appropriate technologies.
   Bartone, C. R. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2039-2047. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   aquaculture-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   65. Investigation of typhoid fever and cholera transmission
   by raw wastewater irrigation Santiago, Chile.
   Shuval, H. I. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.27,
   p.167-174. (1993).
   In the series analytic: Health-related water microbiology
   1992 / edited by R.W. Morris, W.O.K. Grabow and A.P. Dufour.
   Proceedings of  an International Symposium, Water Quality
   International '92, Sixteenth Biennial Conference and
   Exposition, International Association on  Water Pollution
   Research and Control, May 24-30, 1992, Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: irrigation-water; waste-water; salmonella-typhi;
   vibrio-cholerae; disease-transmission; chile-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   66. Irrigating with municipal sewage effluent in a rural
   environment.
   Hayes, G. J.; De Walle, F. 
   
   J-environ-sci-health,-Part-A,-Environ-sci-eng. New York,
   Marcel Dekker. 1993. v. A28 (6) p. 1229-1247. 
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: sewage-effluent; irrigation-water;
   groundwater-pollution; surface-water; water-quality;
   rural-areas; environmental-impact; california-; nevada-;
   alpine-county
   NAL Call No.: TD172.J6
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   67. Irrigation management and investment under saline,
   limited drainage conditions. 3. Policy analysis and
   extensions.
   Knapp, K. C. 
   
   Water-Resour-Res v.28, p.3099-3109. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: irrigation-; management-; water-policy;
   drainage-water; irrigation-water; salinity-; water-quality;
   water-reuse; gossypium-; lycopersicon- esculentum;
   rotations-; water-costs; water-demand
   Abstract: Water demand is characterized for the
   cotton-cotton-tomatoes rotation considered in the previous
   paper (Knapp, this issue (b)). Demand is  found to be price
   inelastic. However, currently low water prices imply that
   fairly moderate increases in water prices can result in large
   water  savings. A marginal cost curve for source control of
   drain water emissions is constructed. Moderate increases in
   drainage emissions fees can  result in large reductions in
   drain water emissions with relatively small impacts on
   income. Management response and income effects from 
   increased water salinity are estimated. The model is also
   extended to consider drain water reuse. Typical optimal
   management with reuse is low- volume, low-quality water on
   first-year cotton, improved quality and quantity on
   second-year cotton, and the highest quality water on salt-
   sensitive tomatoes. An approach to maximization of multifield
   farm-level returns is proposed using decentralized pricing
   and the field-level  optimization model.
   NAL Call No.: 292.8-W295
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   68. Irrigation of bananas with secondary treated sewage
   effluent. II. Effect on plant nutrients, additional elements
   and pesticide residues in  plants, soil and leachate using
   drainage lysimeters.
   Johns, G. G.; McConchie, D. M. 
   
   Aust-j-agric-res v.45, p.1619-1638. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: musa-acuminata; sewage-effluent;
   irrigated-conditions; plant-nutrition; size-; nutrients-;
   leaves-; stems-; pulps-; peel-; pesticide-residues;
   leachates-; lysimeters-; plant-size
   NAL Call No.: 23-Au783
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   69. Irrigation of citrus with reclaimed water.
   Perry, T. C. 
   
   1991. xv, 241 leaves : ill., maps.
   Typescript.
   Descriptors: Citrus-Irrigation; Water-reuse-Research
   NAL Call No.: FU LD1780-1991.P465
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   70. Irrigation of eucalypt plantations on deep sands using
   sewage effluent: a proposed alternative to ocean disposal
   near Perth, Western  Australia.
   Manning, C. R.; Kirkman, H. 
   
   Aust-For v.56, p.80-89. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: eucalyptus-; forest-plantations; irrigation-;
   sewage-effluent; western-australia
   NAL Call No.: 99.8-AU74
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   71. Irrigation of temperate fruit crops with saline water.
   Noble, C. L.; West, D. W. 
   
   Acta-hortic p.257-260. (1989).
   Paper presented at the Australian Temperate Fruits Review
   Conference held May 22-27, 1988, Roseworthy, Australia.
   Descriptors: temperate-fruits; temperate-tree-fruits;
   irrigation-; saline-water; irrigation-water; salinity-;
   sodium-chloride; phytotoxicity-
   NAL Call No.: 80-Ac82
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   72. Irrigation of turfgrass with secondary sewage effluent:
   soil quality.
   Mancino, C. F.; Pepper, I. L. 
   
   Agron-J v.84, p.650-654. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: cynodon-dactylon; lawns-and-turf;
   irrigation-water; sewage-effluent; waste-utilization;
   waste-water; soil-chemistry; electrical-conductivity;
   potassium-; soil-ph; sodium-; phosphorus-; soil-fertility;
   zinc-; iron-; manganese-; copper-; soil-organic-matter;
   soil-bacteria; arizona-
   Abstract: Effluent and other secondary waters have become
   important sources of irrigation water in the U.S. Southwest.
   Information is inadequate  relative to potential long-term
   effluent irrigation effects on turfgrass and soil chemical
   quality. The objective of this field research was to 
   determine the influence of secondarily treated municipal
   wastewater irrigation on the chemical quality of bermudagrass
   (Cynodon dactylon L.)  turf soil (Sonoita gravelly sandy
   loam: coarse-loamy, mixed, thermic Typic Haplargid) when
   compared to similarly irrigated potable water  plots.
   Research plots were irrigated using a 20% leaching fraction.
   After 3.2 yr of use, effluent water increased soil electrical
   conductivity by  0.2 ds m-1, Na by 155 mg kg-1, P by 26 mg
   kg-1, and K by 50 mg kg-1 in comparison to potable irrigated
   plots. Soil pH was not significantly  affected by effluent
   irrigation. The concentrations of Fe, Mn, Cu, and Zn were
   found to be within the range considered normal for
   agricultural  soil. Effluent irrigation increased soil total
   organic carbon and nitrogen during the first 1.3 yr of
   irrigation only. Total aerobic bacteria  populations were
   similar in all irrigated plots indicating these microbes were
   not promoted or inhibited by the use of this wastewater. In 
   summary, the irrigation of this turf soil for 3.3 yr with the
   secondarily treated wastewater used in this study had no
   serious detrimental effects on  soil quality.
   NAL Call No.: 4-AM34P
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   73. Irrigation with sewage effluents: the Israeli experience.
   Avnimelech, Y. 
   
   Environ-Sci-Tech v.27, p.1278-1281. (1993).
   Special issue: Israel's growing environmental consciousness.
   Descriptors: sewage-effluent; fertigation-;
   waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; water-purification;
   saline-water; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1E5
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   74. Long term use of saline water for irrigation.
   Ayars, J. E.; Hutmacher, R. B.; Schoneman, R. A.; Vail, S.
   S.; Pflaum, T. 
   
   Irrig-sci v.14, p.27-34. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: gossypium-hirsutum; triticum-aestivum;
   beta-vulgaris-var; -saccharifera; rotations-; salt-tolerance;
   saline-water; drainage-water; water- reuse; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; trickle-irrigation; furrow-irrigation;
   soil-salinity; salts-in-soil; electrical-conductivity;
   profiles-; chlorine-; sulfates-; boron-; selenium-;
   soil-toxicity; ion-uptake; phytotoxicity-; leaching-;
   soil-depth; groundwater-level; water-management; water-
   requirements; evapotranspiration-; rain-; water-uptake;
   california-; drainage-water-management; shallow-groundwater
   Abstract: Use of saline drainage water in irrigated
   agriculture, as a means of its disposal, was evaluated on   a
   60 ha site on the west side of the San  Joaquin Valley. In
   the drip irrigation treatments, 50 to   59% of the irrigation
   water applied during the six-year rotation was saline with an 
   EC(w) ranging   from 7 to 8 dS/m, and containing 5 to 7 mg/L
   boron and 220 to 310 micrograms/L total selenium.  Low
   salinity water with an  EC(w) of 0.4 to 0.5 dS/m and B
   approximately equal to 0.4 mg/L was used   to irrigate the
   furrow plots from 1982 to 1985 after which a blend  of good
   quality water and   saline drainage water was used.  A
   six-year rotation of cotton, cotton, cotton, wheat, sugar
   beet   and cotton was  used.  While the cotton and sugar beet
   yields were not affected during the initial   six years, the
   levels of boron (B) in the soil became quite high  and were
   accumulated in plant   tissue to near toxic levels.  During
   the six year period, for treatments surface irrigated with  
   saline drainage  water or a blend of saline and low salinity
   water, the B concentration in the soil   increased throughout
   the 1.5 m soil profile while the electrical  conductivity
   (EC(e)) increased  primarily in the upper 1 m of the profile. 
   Increases in soil EC(e) during the entire rotation   occurred
   on plots  where minimal leaching was practiced.  Potential
   problems with germination and   seedling establishment
   associated with increased surface soil  salinity were avoided
   by leaching   with rainfall and low-salinity pre-plant
   irrigations of 150 mm or more.  Accumulation of boron. 
   irrigation.  This is particularly true in areas where toxic  
   materials (salt, boron, other toxic minor elements) cannot be
   removed from the  irrigated area.  Continual storage within
   the root zone of the cropped soil is not sustainable.
   NAL Call No.: S612.I756
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   75. Long term use of sodic waters in North India and the
   reliability of empirical equations for predicting their
   sodium hazard.
   Manchanda, H. R. 
   
   Tasks-Veg-Sci p.433-438. (1993).
   In the series analytic: Towards the rational use of high
   salinity tolerant plants. 2. Agriculture and forestry under
   marginal soil water  conditions / edited by H. Lieth and A.A.
   Al Masoom. Proceedings of the 1st ASWAS Conference held
   December 8-15, 1990, Al Ain, United  Arab Emirates.
   Descriptors: irrigation-; sodic-water; sodium-;
   phytotoxicity-; equations-; water-quality; saline-water;
   crops-; rotations-; sodium-adsorption-ratio
   NAL Call No.: QK1.T37
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   76. Meeting regional septage disposal needs.
   Giggey, M. D.; Marcy, G. J. 
   
   Biocycle v.35, p.74-76, 78, 80, 82. (1994).
   Descriptors: septic-tank-effluent; waste-water-treatment;
   waste-disposal; composting-; water-reuse; irrigation-water
   NAL Call No.: 57.8-C734
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   77. Microsprinkler irrigation of grapefruit in the flatwoods
   using reclaimed wastewater.  Final report: microsprinkler
   irrigation of grapefruit in the flatwoods using reclaimed
   wastewater.
   Davies, F. S. 1.;  Graetz, D. A. D. A. 1.; St. Johns River
   Water Management District. 
   
   [Florida? : s.n., 1994] xi, 131 p. : ill. ; c 28 cm..
   At head of title: "Final report".
   Descriptors: Sewage-irrigation-Florida;
   Citrus-fruits-Irrigation-Florida;
   Sprinkler-irrigation-Florida
   NAL Call No.: TD760.M49--1994
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   78. Microsprinkler irrigation of young 'Redblush' grapefruit
   trees using reclaimed water.
   Maurer, M. A.; Davies, F. S. 
   
   HortScience v.28, p.1157-1161. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: citrus-paradisi; fertigation-;
   sprinkler-irrigation; water-reuse; waste-water;
   irrigation-water; water-quality; application-rates;
   age-of-trees; growth-rate; plant-composition; sodium-;
   chloride-; boron-; phosphorus-; potassium-; nitrogen-;
   nutrient-deficiencies; florida-
   Abstract: Two field studies conducted from 1990 to 1991
   evaluated the effects of reclaimed water on growth and
   development of 1- and 2-year-old  'Redblush' grapefruit
   (Citrus paradisi Macf.) trees on Swingle citrumelo [Citrus
   paradisi (L.) Osb. X Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf.]
   rootstock.  Treatments were arranged as a 3 (water sources) X
   3 (irrigation levels) factorial at two locations on an
   Arredondo (well drained) and Kanapaha  (poorly drained) fine
   sand near Gainesville, Fla. Irrigation treatments included 1)
   reclaimed water, 2) reclaimed water plus fertigation, and 3) 
   well water plus fertigation. The reclaimed water was
   formulated to simulate that of a sewage treatment plant at
   Vero Beach, Fla. Irrigation was  applied at 20% soil moisture
   depletion, or at 19 or 25 mm.week-1 regardless of rainfall.
   In both experiments, visual ratings of tree vigor, and 
   measured tree height and trunk diameter, were significantly
   lower for trees watered with reclaimed water without
   fertilizer than for the others in  both years. Moreover,
   there was no fourth leaf flush in 1991 with reclaimed water.
   There was a significant increase in leaf Na, Cl, and B 
   concentrations for the reclaimed water and reclaimed water
   plus fertigation treatments in 1990; however, in 1991 only
   leaf B concentrations  showed a similar trend. In 1991, there
   were no significant differences in leaf Cl concentrations.
   Visual symptoms of N deficiency were observed  by the end of
   the first season in trees grown with reclaimed water.
   Irrigation levels generally did not affect tree growth.
   NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
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   79. Monitoring large scale wastewater reclamation
   systems--policy and experience.
   Azov, Y.; Juanico, M.; Shelef, G. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1545-1553. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; effluents-;
   quality-controls; monitoring-; programs-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   80. Monitoring the quality of secondary effluents reused for
   unrestricted irrigation after underground storage.
   Azov, Y.; Juanico, M.; Shelef, G.; Kanarek, A.; Priel, M. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.267-275. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; reclamation-; systems-;
   effluents-; water-reuse; irrigation-water; water-quality;
   monitoring-; underground-storage; microbial-contamination;
   israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   81. Municipal effluent irrigation of fast-growing hybrid
   popular plantations near Vernon, British Columbia.
   Carlson, M. 
   
   For-Chron v.68, p.206-208. (1992).
   Paper presented at "Contribution of Salicaceae Family to
   Ameliorating our Environment." Joint Popular Council of
   Canada/US Popular  Council Annual Meeting held Sept. 26-29,
   1991, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
   Descriptors: populus-deltoides; populus-trichocarpa;
   populus-nigra; hybrids-; clones-; forest-plantations;
   irrigation-; sewage-effluent; waste-water; growth-;
   plant-height; volume-; british-columbia
   NAL Call No.: 99.8-F7623
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   82. Municipal water reuse at Tallahassee, Florida.
   Allhands, M. N.; Allick, S. A.; Overman, A. R.; Leseman, W.
   G.; Vidak, W. 
   
   Trans-ASAE v.38, p.411-418. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: fodder-crops; irrigation-; water-reuse;
   waste-water; soil-depth; organic-matter;
   cation-exchange-capacity; nutrient-uptake; soil-ph; florida-
   Abstract: Characteristics of municipal reclaimed water
   (treated wastewater) and of the soil affect design and
   operation of a land application system  for crop production.
   In this study field measurements showed an exponential
   decrease with soil depth in organic matter, cation exchange 
   capacity, exchangeable acidity, and available phosphorus. A
   linear increase in dry matter yield plant N uptake, and plant
   K uptake with harvest  interval was observed for warm-season
   bermudagrass. For a harvest interval of six weeks and a
   seasonal loading rate of 194 kg N/ha, 33 kg  P/ha, and 97 kg
   K/ha, bermudagrass production was estimated as 7.43 Mg/ha dry
   matter yield and plant uptake of 108 kg N/ha, 22 kg P/ha, and 
   53 kg K/ha. Corresponding values for winter rye were 4.25
   Mg/ha, 145 kg N/ha, 23 kg P/ha, and 66 kg K/ha. The cation
   exchange capacity of  the soil was dominated by calcium, due
   to calcium in the city water supply from a limestone aquifer,
   with only about 2% occupied by  potassium. Soil pH stabilized
   at 7.0 in response to reclaimed water pH of 7.5. At the soil
   surface soil phosphorus was 90 mg P/kg soil, cation  exchange
   capacity 3.0 meq/100 g soil, and organic matter 1%.
   Flexibility in management proved essential for success of the
   farming operation.  A Farm Information Committee meets
   quarterly to discuss matters of mutual interest for the farm,
   public utility, and research.
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32T
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   83. Nitrate management with subsurface drip irrigation.
   Phene, C. J.; Ruskin, R. 
   
   Clean water, clean environment, 21st century  team
   agriculture, working to protect water resources  conference
   proceedings, March 5-8,  1995, Kansas City, Missouri /. St.
   Joseph, Mich. : ASAE, c1995.. v. 2 p. 159-162. 
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: trickle-irrigation; subsurface-irrigation;
   waste-water; water-reuse; irrigation-water; nitrate-;
   nitrate-nitrogen; leaching-; ammonium-; nutrient-uptake;
   zea-mays; nitrification-; nitrogen-fertilizers; fertigation-
   NAL Call No.: TD365.C54-1995
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   84. Nitrogen fixation in a white clover-grass pasture
   irrigated with saline groundwater.
   Smith, C. J.; Chalk, P. M.; Noble, C. L.; Prendergast, J. B.;
   Robertson, F. 
   
   Irrig-sci v.13, p.189-194. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: trifolium-repens; paspalum-dilatatum;
   lolium-perenne; nitrogen-fixation; grassland-soils;
   irrigated-conditions; saline-water; irrigation- water;
   groundwater-; water-reuse; victoria-
   Abstract: Nitrogen (N2) fixation in an irrigated white
   clover-grass sward was estimated using the (15)N isotope
   dilution technique following the  addition of K(15)NO3 at 0.5
   g N m(-2) and 80 atom % (15)N in a field study during the
   1990-91 season. Two water salinity treatments (channel 
   water; ECw = 0.07 and groundwater; 2.4 dSm(-1) and four
   irrigation frequencies were included in a factorial design
   with four replicates. The  channel water treatments were
   irrigated when pan evaporation minus rainfall equalled 50 mm,
   whereas the groundwater treatments were  irrigated at
   deficits of 40, 50, 65 or 80 mm. Cumulative dry matter of the
   clover was significantly less in treatments irrigated with
   saline  groundwater compared to channel water at day 164, and
   soil salinities (ECe) increased on average from 2.3 to 5.07
   dSm(-1). In contrast, salinity  of the irrigation water had
   no effect on the cumulative yield of grass. Cumulative dry
   matter of the grass and clover were not affected by 
   groundwater irrigation frequency. Total N accumulation by the
   grass did not differ significantly between treatments.
   However, total N  accumulation in white clover was
   significantly less (P < 0.05) in all treatments irrigated
   with groundwater compared to channel water. Neither  the N
   concentrations of the grass nor the clover differed
   significantly between the salinity treatments. Salinity and
   irrigation frequency had no  effect on the proportion of
   clover N (P atm) derived from N2 fixation. The values of P
   atm were high throughout, and increased progressively  from
   0.78 at day 39 to 0.91 at day 164 (P <0.01). However, the
   yield of fixed N was lower in clover when watered with
   groundwater compared  to channel water (P < 0.01). Thus to
   moderate soil salinity did not affect the symbiotic
   dependence of clover, but the yield of.
   NAL Call No.: S612.I756
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   85. Nitrogen-fixing heterotrophic bacteria and presumptive
   coliforms in sewage treatment plants and irrigation
   reservoirs in Libya.
   Betaieb, M.; Jones, K. 
   
   Lett-Appl-Microbiol v.15, p.32-33. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: coliform-bacteria; enterobacteriaceae-;
   nitrogen-fixing-bacteria; microbial-contamination;
   irrigation-water; water-reservoirs; sewage- effluent;
   sewage-effluent-disposal; waste-water-treatment; libya-
   NAL Call No.: QR1.L47
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   86. Occurrence of Phytophthora species in recirculated
   nursery irrigation effluents.
   MacDonald, J. D.; Ali Shtayeh, M. S.; Kabashima, J.; Stites,
   J. 
   
   Plant-dis. [St. Paul, Minn., American Phytopathological
   Society]. June 1994. v. 78 (6) p. 607-611. 
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: phytophthora-; species-; detection-;
   irrigation-; runoff-water; waste-water; water-reuse;
   water-quality; seasonal-fluctuations; runoff- irrigation
   NAL Call No.: 1.9-P69P; DLC PAR; PPUSDA x
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   87. Pepper (Capsicum annuum) cultivar response to metolachlor
   in three New Mexico soils.
   Schroeder, J. 
   
   Weed-Technol-J-Weed-Sci-Soc-Am v.6, p.366-373. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: capsicum-annuum; cultivars-;
   varietal-susceptibility; crop-damage; metolachlor-;
   phytotoxicity-; crop-yield; yield-losses; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; herbicide-resistance; new-mexico
   NAL Call No.: SB610.W39
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   88. Performance of an integrated ponding system operated in
   arid zones.
   Puskas, K.; Esen, I. I.; Banat, I.; Al Daher, R. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.1543-1552. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; ponds-;
   integrated-systems; arid-regions; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; algae-; biomass-production; kuwait-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
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   89. Photosynthetic and growth responses of two broad-leaf
   tree species to irrigation with municipal landfill leachate.
   Shrive, S. C.; McBride, R. A.; Gordon, A. M. 
   
   J-environ-qual v.23, p.534-542. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: acer-rubrum; populus-; landfill-leachates;
   waste-disposal; application-to-land; irrigation-;
   application-rates; photosynthesis-; leaf- conductance;
   stomata-; phytotoxicity-; leaves-; toxic-substances; ontario-
   Abstract: A study was undertaken to investigate leaf
   photosynthesis and stem growth responses of saplings of two
   broad-leaf tree species to  irrigation with municipal solid
   waste (MSW) leachate in a northern temperate climate at
   Ontario, Canada. The objective was to quantify plant 
   stresses or changes in plant productivity that could be
   attributed to this low technology option for the treatment
   and disposal of groundwater  contaminated by municipal
   refuse. Red maple (Acer rubrum L.) and hybrid poplar [Populus
   spp. nigra X maximowiczii (NM6)] were subjected  to two
   consecutive seasons of leachate irrigation in a three factor,
   RCBD split-plot field experiment. The three factors were
   irrigant type (MSW  leachate, water), mode of application
   (spray, surface trickle, subsurface irrigation), and rate of
   application (3.5, 7.0, and 14.0 mm d-1). The  main treatment
   plots in each of three blocks were split into subplots
   planted to different tree species. In the second irrigation
   season, the mean  seasonal photosynthesis rates increased for
   irrigated saplings of both species relative to rain-fed
   control saplings, irrespective of irrigant type.  Mean
   seasonal photosynthesis rates for red maple increased with
   irrigant application rate, but were unaffected by irrigant
   type. Incremental stem  diameter and height growth for this
   species were largely unaffected by the experimental
   treatments. Mean seasonal photosynthesis rates for  hybrid
   poplar were unaffected by either irrigant type or application
   rate, but stem growth did increase significantly with
   leachate irrigation. The  mode of irrigant application was
   not a significant factor in explaining plant response for
   either species. Direct exposure of.  induce phytotoxic
   symptoms in the saplings. Irrigation of a MSW leachate of
   relatively high ionic strength can he carried out
   successfully on  clay soils under Ontario climatic conditions
   without causing significant adverse effects on saplings of
   these tree species. Treatment and disposal  of MSW leachates
   in tree plantations may offer a low technology, low cost
   option to municipalities.
   NAL Call No.: QH540.J6
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   90. Physicochemical treatment of tropical wastewaters:
   production of microbiologically safe effluents for
   unrestricted crop irrigation.
   Gambrill, M. P.; Mara, D. D.; Silva, S. A. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1449-1458. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: households-; waste-water; stabilizing-; ponds-;
   waste-water-treatment; technology-; effluents-;
   microbiology-; health-; safety-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; brazil-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   91. Planning and implementation of water reuse projects.
   Asano, T. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.1-10. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; costs-; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; planning-; constraints-; water-;
   resources-; water-supply; groundwater- recharge; urban-areas;
   municipal-wastewater
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   92. Planning for reuse. Developing a strategy for the
   Northern Territory, Australia.
   Burgess, M. D. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.31-43. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; economic-analysis; environmental-impact;
   planning-; waste-disposal; drinking-water; water-resources;
   australian-northern-territory
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   93. Pollution and public health problems related to
   irrigation.
   Hornsby, A. G. 
   
   Agronomy p.1173-1188. (1990).
   In the series analytic: Irrigation of agricultural
   crops/edited by B.A. Stewart and D.R. Nielsen.
   Descriptors: irrigation-; water-pollution; pollutants-;
   agricultural-land; public-health; assessment-
   NAL Call No.: 4-Am392
   ************************************************************
   
   94. Possible reuse of treated municipal wastewater for Citrus
   spp. plant irrigation.
   Lapena, L.; Cerezo, M.; Garcia Augustin, P. 
   
   Bull-environ-contam-toxicol v.55, p.697-703. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: citrus-; waste-water; irrigation-water;
   irrigation-; waste-utilization; mineral-content;
   phytotoxicity-; growth-; spain-
   NAL Call No.: RA1270.P35A1
   ************************************************************
   
   95. Problems of irrigation drainage water utilization for the
   prevention of surface water pollution.
   Sanin, M. V. 
   
   Water-sci-technol v.28, p.489-496. (1993).
   Paper presented at the IAWQ First International Conference on
   "Diffuse (Nonpoint) Pollution: Sources, Prevention, Impact,
   Abatement."  September 19-24, 1993, Chicago, Illinois.
   Descriptors: irrigation-water; drainage-water; loads-;
   body-water; water-reuse; surface-water; water-pollution;
   salinization-; prevention-; ussr-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   96. Public health concerns in wastewater reuse.
   Cooper, R. C. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.55-65. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-use; water-resources;
   irrigation-water; groundwater-; recharge-; drinking-water;
   public-health; health-protection; water- pollution
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   97. Public health criteria for the aquatic environment:
   recent Who Guidelines and their application.
   Helmer, R.; Hespanhol, I.; Saliba, L. J. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.35-42. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Health-Related Water Microbiology
   1990 / edited by W.O.K. Grabow, R. Morris, and K. Botzenhart.
   Descriptors: drinking-water; irrigation-water;
   microbial-contamination; public-health; health-hazards;
   helminths-; shellfish-; contamination-; who-; guidelines-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   98. Quality criteria for reclaimed water.
   Crook, J. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.109-121. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; water-quality; quality-standards;
   microbiology-; chemicals-; public-health; health- protection;
   guidelines-; who-; usa-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   99. The quality of Arizona irrigation waters.
   Smith, H. V. H. V. 1.;  Draper, G. E.; Fuller, W. H. 
   
   Tucson, Ariz. : Agricultural Experiment Station, University
   of Arizona, 1964. 96 p. : ill., maps.
   Bibliography: p.21-22.
   Descriptors: Water-supply-Arizona; Water-Composition;
   Irrigation-water; Water,-Underground-Arizona
   NAL Call No.: 100-Ar4M-no.223
   ************************************************************
   
   100. Re-use systems in the Kerang region.
   Victoria. Dept. of Agriculture. 
   
   [Kerang, Vic.?] : Dept. of Agriculture, [1994] ii, 20 p. :
   ill. (some col.).
   Cover title.
   Descriptors: Water-reuse-Australia-Victoria-Kerang;
   Irrigation-Australia-Victoria-Kerang-Management
   NAL Call No.: TD429.R48--1994
   ************************************************************
   
   101. Recent developments in membrane water reuse projects.
   Freeman, S. D. N.; Morin, O. J. 
   
   Desalination v.103, p.19-30. (1995).
   Paper presented at the American Desalting Association 1994
   Biennial Conference on Membrane and Desalting Technologies,
   September  11-15, 1994, Palm Beach, Florida.
   Descriptors: water-reuse; waste-water; factory-effluents;
   sewage-effluent; membranes-; reverse-osmosis;
   water-purification; reclamation-; irrigation- water;
   irrigation-; groundwater-recharge; florida-; california-;
   mexico-; arizona-; secondary-municiple-effluent
   NAL Call No.: TD478.D4
   ************************************************************
   
   102. Reclaimed wastewater for irrigation of citrus in
   Florida.
   Davies, F. S.; Maurer, M. A. 
   
   HortTechnology v.3, p.163-167. (1993).
   Paper presented at the "Workshop on Waste Product Utilization
   and Disposal in Horticultural Crops", held at the 89th
   American Society  for Horticultural Science, August 5, 1992,
   Honolulu, Hawaii.
   Descriptors: citrus-paradisi; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; waste-water; waste-utilization;
   crop-production; crop-yield; crop-quality; growth-rate;
   fruit-; fertigation-; florida-
   NAL Call No.: SB317.5.H68
   ************************************************************
   
   103. Reclaimed water to the rescue.
   Engle, M. 
   
   Calif-Grow v.16, p.35. (1992).
   Descriptors: water-reuse; irrigation-; irrigation-systems;
   gray-water
   NAL Call No.: SB379.A9A9
   ************************************************************
   
   104. Reclamation Wastewater and Groundwater Study Act and
   Reclamation Projects Authorization and Adjustment Act of 1990
   : hearing before  the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the
   Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States
   Senate, One Hundred First Congress,  second session, on S.
   2657 ... H.R. 2567 ... September 27, 1990.
   United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and
   Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Water and Power. 
   
   Washington [D.C.] : U.S. G.P.O. : For sale by the Supt. of
   Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O., 1991. iii, 72
   p. : ill., maps.
   Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.
   Descriptors:
   Water-resources-development-Law-and-legislation-United-States; 
   Water-reuse-United-States; Irrigation-laws-United-States
   NAL Call No.: KF26.E559-1990d
   ************************************************************
   
   105. Recycling drainage water in San Joaquin Valley,
   California.
   Oron, G. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.119, p.265-285. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: drainage-water; saline-water; waste-water;
   water-reuse; recycling-; decision-making;
   mathematical-models; gossypium-hirsutum; arid- regions;
   semiarid-zones; california-
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   106. Recycling wastewater in Florida.
   Woods, C. T. 
   
   Yearb-agric. Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture :
   For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., [1980-. 1991. 
   p. 264-266. 
   In the series analytic: Agriculture and the Environment /
   edited by D. Takiff Smith.
   Descriptors: water-reuse; recycling-; waste-water;
   waste-water-treatment; irrigation-water; resource-allocation;
   environmental-protection; florida-
   NAL Call No.: 1-Ag84y
   ************************************************************
   
   107. Reduction of lead accumulation by ethylenediamine
   tetraacetic acid and nitrilo triacetic acid in okra
   (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) grown in  sewage-irrigated soil.
   Denduluri, S. 
   
   Bull-Environ-Contam-Toxicol v.51, p.40-45. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: abelmoschus-esculentus; sewage-; waste-water;
   irrigation-water; lead-; uptake-; phytotoxicity-; edta-;
   nitrilotriacetic-acid
   NAL Call No.: RA1270.P35A1
   ************************************************************
   
   108. Removal of trace metals from wastewater during long-term
   storage in seasonal reservoirs.
   Juanico, M.; Ravid, R.; Azov, Y.; Teltsch, B. 
   
   Water-air-soil-pollut v.82, p.617-633. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: copper-; zinc-; chromium-; lead-; aluminum-;
   removal-; water-quality; water-reservoirs; waste-water;
   sewage-effluent; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   geological-sedimentation; israel-; stabilization-reservoirs
   NAL Call No.: TD172.W36
   ************************************************************
   
   109. A report from Malta: water supply and liquid and solid
   wastes collection and disposal in the Maltese Islands.
   Jaccarini, J. M.; Degaetano, J. C. 
   
   J-Inst-Water-Environ-Manag v.7, p.431-435. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: water-supply; water-pollution;
   water-purification; water-reuse; irrigation-water; malta-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.W374
   ************************************************************
   
   110. Residual contamination of crops irrigated with effluent
   of different qualities: a field study.
   Armon, R.; Dosoretz, C. G.; Azov, Y.; Shelef, G. 
   
   Water-sci-technol v.30, p.239-248. (1994).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '94. 9. 
   Special applications and emerging technologies; specific
   pollutants and treatment  technologies; water
   reuse--industrial and municipal applications / edited by D.
   Ballay, T. Asano, R. Bhamidimarri, et al.
   Descriptors: horticultural-crops; sprinkler-irrigation;
   irrigation-water; water-reuse; sewage-effluent;
   waste-water-treatment; microbial-contamination; salmonella-;
   fecal-coliforms; bacteriophages-; indicator-species;
   coliform-bacteria; water-quality; vegetables-; coliphages-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   111. Residual faecal contamination on effluent-irrigated
   lettuces.
   Vaz da Costa Vargas, S. M.; Mara, D. D.; Vargas Lopez, C. E. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.89-94. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: lactuca-sativa; irrigated-stands;
   septic-tank-effluent; sprinkler-irrigation; crops-;
   contamination-; fecal-flora; decontamination-; irrigation-
   water; waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; public-health;
   health-protection; quality-standards; portugal-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   112. Response of young olive trees to sodium and boron excess
   in irrigation water.
   Benlloch, M.; Arboleda, F.; Barranco, D.; Fernandez Escobar,
   R. 
   
   HortScience v.26, p.867-870. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: olea-europaea; cultivars-; responses-;
   saline-water; irrigation-water; boron-; tolerance-; rooting-;
   cuttings-; shoots-; growth-; elements-; distribution-;
   leaves-; ratios-; maturity-stage; salt-tolerance;
   phytotoxicity-; culture-media; greenhouse-culture;
   nutrient-excesses; sodium-; potassium-; spain-
   Abstract: The influence of sodium and boron excess in the
   irrigation water on shoot growth and on the distribution of
   these elements within various  leaf types was studied on
   rooted olive cuttings (Olea europaea L.). 'Lechin de Granada'
   was more tolerant than 'Manzanillo' to sodium excess, as 
   indicated by greater shoot growth and lower accumulation of
   sodium, especially in the young leaves.'Picual' was more
   tolerant to boron than  'Manzanillo', with less accumulation
   in adult leaves. The results suggest the avoidance of
   toxicity by an ionic exclusion mechanism that is more 
   effective in some cultivars than others. Also, the results
   reveal cultivar differences in the tolerance Of olive to
   sodium and boron excess in the  culture medium.
   NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
   ************************************************************
   
   113. Reuse of waste water for irrigation in the West Bank:
   some aspects.
   Sbeih, M. Y. 
   
   Stud-environ-sci. Amsterdam ; New York, Elsevier Scientific
   Publishing Co. 1994. v. 58 p. 339-350. 
   In the series analytic: Water and peace in the Middle East /
   edited by J. Isaac and H. Shuval.
   Descriptors: water-resources; water-management;
   sewage-effluent; sewage-; irrigation-water; israel-;
   occupied-palestinian-territories; water-reuse;
   water-reclamation
   NAL Call No.: QH540.S8
   ************************************************************
   
   114. Reuse of wastewater from meat processing plants for
   agricultural and forestry irrigation.
   Russell, J. M.; Cooper, R. N.; Lindsey, S. B. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.277-286. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: meat-and-livestock-industry; industrial-wastes;
   chemical-composition; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   irrigated-pastures; forestry-; groundwater-pollution;
   nitrates-; new-zealand
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   115. Reuse simulation in irrigated river basin.
   Smedema, L. K.; Wolters, W.; Hoogenboom, P. J. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.118, p.841-851. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: basin-irrigation; irrigation-water;
   drainage-water; water-reuse; simulation-models; pakistan-
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   116. Revision of standards and specifications for water
   management at farm level.
   Pakistan Agricultural Research Council. 
   
   Islamabad : Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, 1993.
   iii, 38 p. : ill..
   "Final technical report of the PL-480 coordinated research
   project on, "Revision of Standards and Specifications for
   Water Management at  Farm Level" under USDA grant numbers
   FG-Pa404 to 408 (PK-ARS 246 to 250) implemented from July
   1986 to June 1990.".
   Descriptors: Irrigation-farming-Pakistan
   NAL Call No.: S616.P18R49--1993
   ************************************************************
   
   117. Role of groundwater recharge in treatment and storage of
   wastewater for reuse.
   Bouwer, H. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.295-302. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-storage;
   water-quality; requirements-; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   irrigated-stands; vegetables-; microbial- contamination;
   pathogens-; groundwater-recharge; application-to-land;
   aquifers-; public-health; health-protection; drinking-water
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   118. The role of wastewater reclamation and reuse in the USA.
   Asano, T.; Tchobanoglous, G. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2049-2059. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; health-protection; water-resources;
   water-management
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   119. Saline drain water reuse in agroforestry systems.
   Tanji, K. K.; Karajeh, F. F. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.119, p.170-180. (1993).
   Paper presented at the "ASCE Irrigation and Drainage National
   Conference", July 22-26, 1991, Honolulu, Hawaii.
   Descriptors: drainage-water; saline-water; water-reuse;
   eucalyptus-; subsurface-drainage; california-;
   san-joaquin-valley
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   120. Saline irrigation of cv. Manzanillo and Uovo di Piccione
   trees.
   Klein, I.; Ben Tai, Y.; Lavee, S.; Malach, Y. de.; David, I. 
   
   Acta-hortic p.176-180. (1994).
   Paper presented at the "Second International Symposium on
   Olive Growing," September 6-10, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel.
   Descriptors: olea-europaea; irrigation-water; saline-water;
   trickle-irrigation; salinity-; phytotoxicity-; sodium-;
   mineral-content; roots-; shoots-; crop- yield; israel-
   NAL Call No.: 80-Ac82
   ************************************************************
   
   121. Satellite wastewater reclamation plants: how to get what
   you bargin for.
   McHaney, S. X. 
   
   Desalination v.88, p.215-223. (1992).
   Proceedings of the NWSIA 1992 Biennial Conference on
   "Desalting and Recycling: Meeting Today's Water Challenges,"
   August 23-27,  1992, Newport Beach, California. Volume 2.
   Descriptors: urban-areas; waste-water; reclamation-;
   utilization-; irrigation-water; lawns-and-turf; landscape-;
   public-parks; golf-courses; california-
   NAL Call No.: TD478.D4
   ************************************************************
   
   122. Sensitivity of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) and vegetable
   crop seedlings to fluridone in irrigation water.
   Kay, S. H.; Monks, D. W.; Hoyle, S. T.; Robinson, D. K. 
   
   Weed-technol v.8, p.250-257. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: nicotiana-tabacum; lycopersicon-esculentum;
   capsicum-annuum; cucumis-sativus; seedlings-;
   irrigation-water; herbicide-residues; nontarget-effects;
   fluridone-; phytotoxicity-; irrigation-scheduling;
   crop-damage; abiotic-injuries; application-rates;
   aquatic-weeds; weed- control; chemical-control; ponds-
   NAL Call No.: SB610.W39
   ************************************************************
   
   123. Sequential batch-fed effluent storage reservoirs: a new
   concept of wastewater treatment prior to unrestricted crop
   irrigation.
   Mara, D. D.; Pearson, H. W. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.26,
   p.1459-1464. (1992).
   In the series analytic: Water Quality International '92. Part
   4 / edited by M. Suzuki, et al. Proceedings of the Sixtennth
   Biennial  Conference of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control, held May 24-30, 1992,
   Washington, D.C.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; effluents-; storage-;
   reservoirs-; water-reuse; irrigation-water; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   124. Significance and current status of wastewater reuse in
   Sicily.
   Croce, F.; Dardanoni, L. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.45-54. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   water-resources; water-pollution; water-conservation;
   fresh-water; deficiency-; saline-water; desalinization-;
   public-health; health-protection; drinking-water; sicily-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   125. Soil and sweet cherry responses to irrigation with
   wastewater.
   Neilsen, G. H.; Stevenson, D. S.; Fitzpatrick, J. J.;
   Brownlee, C. H. 
   
   Can-J-Soil-Sci v.71, p.31-41. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: prunus-avium; sandy-soils; irrigation-water;
   waste-water; waste-utilization; nitrogen-fertilizers;
   soil-ph; electrical-conductivity; foliar- nutrition;
   nutrient-uptake
   NAL Call No.: 56.8-C162
   ************************************************************
   
   126. Soil denitrification rates at wastewater irrigation
   sites receiving primary-treated and anaerobically treated
   meat-processing effluent.
   Russel, J. M.; Cooper, R. N.; Lindsey, S. B. 
   
   Bioresource-Technol v.43, p.41-46. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: meat-and-livestock-industry; effluents-;
   anaerobic-treatment; waste-water; irrigation-; soil-;
   denitrification-
   NAL Call No.: TD930.A32
   ************************************************************
   
   127. Standards for irrigation water quality : details. Ti 1
   pan.  Nung tien kuan kai shui chih piao chun : hsiang chieh.
   Wang, T. j.; T'eng, C. 
   
   Pei-ching : Chung-kuo nung yeh k'o chi ch'u pan she : Hsin
   hua shu tien Pei-ching fa hsing so fa hsing, 1992. 245 p.,
   [8] p. of plates : ill.  (some col.), 
   Descriptors: Irrigation-water-China; Water-quality-China
   NAL Call No.: S618.45.N86--1992
   ************************************************************
   
   128. Studies on the influence of long-term municipal
   sewage-effluent irrigation on soil physical properties.
   Mathan, K. K. 
   
   Bioresour-technol v. 48, p.275-276. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: soil-physical-properties; irrigation-water;
   water-; sewage-effluent; sandy-loam-soils; bulk-density;
   soil-depth; hydraulic-conductivity; india-; well-water
   NAL Call No.: TD930.A32
   ************************************************************
   
   129. Subsurface microirrigation with effluent.
   Oron, G.; DeMalach, J.; Hoffman, Z.; Cibotaru, R. 
   
   J-Irr-Drain-Eng v.117, p.25-36. (1991).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: gossypium-hirsutum; zea-mays; triticum-aestivum;
   pisum-sativum; trickle-irrigation; subsurface-irrigation;
   emitters-; sewage-effluent; waste-water; nutrient-content;
   crop-yield; productivity-; semiarid-zones; arid-zones;
   israel-
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3PS-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   130. Suitability of petrochemical industry wastewater for
   irrigation.
   Aziz, O.; Manzar, M.; Inam, A. 
   
   J-environ-sci-health,-Part-A,-Environ-sci-eng v.A30,
   p.735-751. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: waste-water; irrigation-; application-to-land;
   triticum-aestivum; cultivars-; growth-; crop-yield;
   soil-properties; crop-quality; india-
   NAL Call No.: TD172.J6
   ************************************************************
   
   131. Tips on irrigating woody plants with gray water.
   Agfocus-Publ-Cornell-Coop-Ext-Orange-Cty p.11. (1992).
   Descriptors: woody-plants; irrigation-; water-reuse
   NAL Call No.: S544.3.N7A4
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   132. Tolerance of putting green turfgrasses to simazine in
   irrigation water.
   Murphy, T. R.; Johnson, B. J. 
   
   Weed-Technol-J-Weed-Sci-Soc-Am v.6, p.328-332. (1992).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: lawns-and-turf; golf-; sports-grounds;
   irrigation-water; mixtures-; simazine-; phytotoxicity-;
   cynodon-; cynodon-dactylon; hybrids-; lolium- perenne;
   agrostis-stolonifera-var; -palustris; crop-damage;
   crop-quality; cynodon-transvaalensis
   NAL Call No.: SB610.W39
   ************************************************************
   
   133. Treated municipal wastewater for citrus irrigation.
   Zekri, M.; Koo, R. C. J. 
   
   J-plant-nutr v.17, p.693-708. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: irrigation-water; waste-water; sewage-effluent;
   irrigation-; citrus-paradisi-x-citrus-reticulata;
   citrus-sinensis; mineral-uptake; mineral- content; leaves-;
   mineral-nutrition; citrus-soils; florida-
   Abstract: Treated, reclaimed municipal wastewater was
   evaluated on citrus trees in central Florida for over six
   years. The effects of irrigation with  reclaimed wastewater
   on soil water content, soil chemical analysis, leaf mineral
   status, and fruit quality were compared with those of
   irrigation  with well water. Irrigation with reclaimed water
   increased mineral residues in the soil profile, altered leaf
   mineral concentration and fruit  quality, and promoted better
   tree performance and more weed growth relative to irrigation
   with well water. Higher accumulation of nitrogen  (N),
   potassium (K), calcium (Ca), and magnesium (Mg) in soils
   irrigated with reclaimed water were not significantly
   reflected in leaf mineral  status. Although leaf sodium (Na),
   chloride (Cl), and boron (B) concentrations were noticeably
   higher in reclaimed water treatments than in  those of well
   water, they are still far below the toxicity levels. This
   highly treated wastewater in central Florida has been found
   to be a very safe  and good option for increasing water
   supplies, but not a significant source of plant nutrients to
   citrus trees.
   NAL Call No.: QK867.J67; LNSU QK867.J67
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   134. Treatment of wastewater from the textile industry.
   Nicolaou, M.; Hadjivassilis, I. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.25,
   p.31-35. (1992).
   Paper presented at the "International Specialized
   Conference," November 20-22, 1990, Nicosia, Cyprus.
   Descriptors: textile-industry; waste-water-treatment;
   chemical-treatment; coagulation-; chemical-precipitation;
   activated-sludge; irrigation-water; water- reuse; cyprus-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   135. Treatment, reuse, and disposal of drain waters.
   Lee, E. W. 
   
   J-irrig-drain-eng v.119, p.501-513. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: drainage-water; agricultural-land;
   trace-elements; salts-in-soil; treatment-; water-reuse;
   disposal-; california-; agricultural-drainage-water
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-AM3Ps-IR
   ************************************************************
   
   136. The urban water cycle, including wastewater use in
   agriculture.
   Pescod, M. B. 
   
   Outlook-Agric. Oxon : C.A.B. International. Dec 1992. v. 21
   (4) p. 263-270. ill. 
   Special issue: Focus on water.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-resources; health-hazards;
   irrigation-; rural-areas; urban-areas
   NAL Call No.: 10-OU8
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   137. Use of aquaculture effluent as a supplemental source of
   nitrogen fertilizer to wheat crop.
   Al Jaloud, A. A.; Hussain, G.; Alsadon, A. A.; Siddiqui, A.
   Q.; Al Najada, A. 
   
   Arid-soil-res-rehabil v.7, p.233-241. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: triticum-aestivum; aquaculture-; waste-water;
   water-reuse; irrigation-water; nitrogen-; nutrient-sources;
   nitrogen-fertilizers; urea-; application-rates; crop-yield;
   grain-; wheat-straw; yield-components; plant-height;
   biomass-production; dry-matter-accumulation; tillering-;
   tillers-; waste-utilization; saudi-arabia;
   greenmatter-production; tillers-per-plant
   NAL Call No.: S592.17.A73A74
   ************************************************************
   
   138. Use of reclaimed water for irrigation and fertigation of
   young 'Redblush' grapefruit trees.
   Maurer, M. A.; Davies, F. S. 
   
   Proc-annu-meet-Fla-State-Hort-Soc. [S.l.] : The Society,. May
   1994. v. 106 p. 22-30. 
   Meeting held October 19-21, 1993, Miami Beach, Florida.
   Descriptors: citrus-paradisi; irrigation-; water-reuse;
   fertilizers-; fertigation-; plant-development;
   mineral-deficiencies; crop-quality; crop-yield
   NAL Call No.: SB319.2.F6F56
   ************************************************************
   
   139. Use of tomato (Lycopersicon esulentum) seedlings to
   detect bensulfuron and quinclorac residues in water.
   Barreda, D. G. de.; Lorenzo, E.; Carbonell, E. A.; Cases, B.;
   Munoz, N. 
   
   Weed-technol v.7, p.376-381. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: oryza-sativa; weed-control; chemical-control;
   herbicide-residues; quinclorac-; bensulfuron-; detection-;
   water-pollution; pollutants-; bioassays-; phytotoxicity-;
   lycopersicon-esculentum; water-quality; irrigation-water;
   irrigation-systems; spain-
   NAL Call No.: SB610.W39
   ************************************************************
   
   140. Using effluent water on your golf course.
   Kopec, D.; Mancino, C.; Nelson, D. 
   
   USGA-Green-Sect-rec v.31, p.9-12. (1993).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: golf-courses; irrigation-systems;
   waste-water-treatment; sewage-effluent; fertilizers-;
   cost-benefit-analysis; salts-; sodium-; bicarbonates-; ions-;
   usa-
   NAL Call No.: 60.18-UN33
   ************************************************************
   
   141. Wastewater disposal by sub-surface trickle irrigation.
   Oron, G.; DeMalach, Y.; Hoffman, Z.; Keren, Y.; Hartman, H.;
   Plazner, N. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2149-2158. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; disposal-;
   irrigation-water; zea-mays; sweetcorn-; trickle-irrigation;
   crop-yield; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   142. Wastewater irrigation: January 1990 - June 1993.
   Schneider, K. 
   
   Quick-bibliogr-ser. Beltsville, Md., National Agricultural
   Library. July 1993. (93-55) 65 p. 
   Updates QB 90-64.
   Descriptors: waste-water; irrigation-; bibliographies-
   NAL Call No.: aZ5071.N3
   ************************************************************
   
   143. Wastewater irrigation onto managed forest lands.
   Rubin, A. R.; Frederick, D.; Milosh, R. 
   
   Pap-Am-Soc-Agric-Eng. St. Joseph, Mich. : American Society of
   Agricultural Engineers,. Summer 1993. (932009) 14 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1993 International Summer Meeting
   sponsored by The American Society of Agricultural Engineers,
   and The  Canadian Society of Agricultural Engineering," June
   20-23, 1993, Spokane, Washington.
   Descriptors: irrigation-; forests-; waste-water
   NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   ************************************************************
   
   144. Wastewater reclamation and water resources management.
   Shelef, G. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.251-265. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; water-resources; water-quality;
   requirements-; economic-evaluation; israel-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   145. Wastewater reuse case studies in the Middle East.
   Banks, P. A. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2141-2148. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water; water-reuse; irrigation-water;
   water-quality; quality-standards; waste-water-treatment;
   case-studies; middle-east
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   146. Wastewater reuse for golf course irrigation.  Waste
   water reuse for golf course irrigation.
   United States Golf Association. 
   
   Boca Raton : Lewis Publishers, c1994. vii, 294 p. : ill.,
   maps.
   Papers presented at a conference held in 1993.
   Descriptors: Sewage-irrigation-Congresses;
   Golf-courses-Congresses
   NAL Call No.: TD760.W354--1994
   ************************************************************
   
   147. Wastewater reuse for irrigation in the Near East Region.
   Arar, A. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.23,
   p.2127-2134. (1991).
   Paper presented at the "Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the
   International Association on Water Pollution Research and
   Control," July 29- August 3, 1990, Kyoto, Japan.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse;
   irrigation-water; public-health; health-protection;
   middle-east
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   148. Wastewater treatment and reuse aspects of Lake Valencia,
   Venezuela.
   Lansdell, M.; Carbonell, L. M. 
   
   Water-Sci-Technol-J-Int-Assoc-Water-Pollut-Res-Control v.24,
   p.19-30. (1991).
   In the series analytic: Wastewater Reclamation and
   Reuse/edited by R. Mujeriego and T. Asano. Proceedings of the
   International  Symposium of Wastewate Reclamation and Reuse,
   September 24-26, 1991, Costa Brava, Spain.
   Descriptors: waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; lakes-;
   irrigation-water; drinking-water; water-resources;
   water-quality; venezuela-
   NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   ************************************************************
   
   149. Water conservation approaches for commercial nurseries.
   Engle, M. 
   
   Calif-Grow v.16, p.33-34. (1992).
   Descriptors: nurseries-; water-conservation;
   irrigation-systems; trickle-irrigation; water-reuse;
   water-use-efficiency; public-relations; california-
   NAL Call No.: SB379.A9A9
   ************************************************************
   
   150. Water quality criteria for irrigation with highly saline
   water.
   Suarez, D. L.; Lebron, I. 
   
   Tasks-Veg-Sci p.389-397. (1993).
   In the series analytic: Towards the rational use of high
   salinity tolerant plants. 2. Agriculture and forestry under
   marginal soil water  conditions / edited by H. Lieth and A.A.
   Al Masoom. Proceedings of the 1st ASWAS Conference held
   December 8-15, 1990, Al Ain, United  Arab Emirates.
   Descriptors: irrigation-water; saline-water; water-quality;
   soil-salinity; soil-physical-properties; crop-production
   NAL Call No.: QK1.T37
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   151. Water reclamation and reuse.
   Smith, R. G. 
   
   Water-Environ-Res v.65, p.371-374. (1993).
   Literature review.
   Descriptors: water-pollution; water-purification;
   waste-water-treatment; water-reuse; irrigation-water; usa-;
   u; s; -environmental-protection-agency
   NAL Call No.: TD419.R47
   ************************************************************
   
   152. Water reclamation and reuse.
   Smith, R. G.; Walker, M. R. 
   
   Water-environ-res v.66, p.378-383. (1994).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: water-; reclamation-; water-reuse; planning-;
   management-; irrigation-water; drainage-water;
   literature-reviews
   NAL Call No.: TD419.R47
   ************************************************************
   
   153. Water reclamation and reuse.
   Smith, R. G. 
   
   Water-environ-res v.67, p.488-495. (1995).
   Includes references.
   Descriptors: water-reuse; groundwater-recharge;
   water-resources; waste-water; irrigation-; irrigation-water;
   literature-reviews; water-recycling
   NAL Call No.: TD419.R47
   


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