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Use of geographic information systems and remote sensing as automated tool for variable rate irrigation prescriptions
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
. Validation of those regression models was done using Centralia, MO, field data in 2016. The MOPivot successfully created prescriptions to match system capacity of the management zone based on system limitations for center pivot management. Along with GIS...
Climate and land use effects on hydrologic processes and water allocation in a primarily rain-fed, agricultural watershed
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
from 3 million m3 to 6 million m3. Increased irrigation equal 10% of crop land results in 38.5 million m3 of unmet water demand. If water from Mark Twain can be withdrawn for agriculture purposes, the unmet demand would lower by 30% compared...