No 53 - JWLD

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Volume 53 (2022): Issue 2
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Improving irrigation system management:  A case study: Bahr Sanhoor Canal, Fayoum, Egypt
Amir Sabry Ibrahim

Key words: canal efficiency, covering, GIS, irrigation system management, numerical simulation
For citation: Ibrahim A. S. 2022. Improving irrigation system management: A case study: Bahr Sanhoor Canal, Fayoum, Egypt. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 1–9. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140774.


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Delineating suitable site for settlement in potential earthquake  vulnerable areas using spatial multi-criteria decision analysis  in the Sukabumi regency, Indonesia
Wiwin Ambarwulan, Irmadi Nahib, Widiatmaka Widiatmaka, Ratna Sari Dewi,  Sri Lestari Munajati, Yatin Suwarno, Dewayany Sutrisno, Suprajaka Suprajaka

Key words: Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP), earthquake vulnerable areas, Geographical Information System (GIS),  land availability, regional planning
For citation: Ambarwulan W., Nahib I., Widiatmaka W., Dewi R. S., Munajati S. L., Suwarno Y., Sutrisno D., Suprajaka S.2022. Delineating suitable site for settlement in potential earthquake vulnerable areas using spatial multi-criteria decision analysis in the Sukabumi regency, Indonesia. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 10–21. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140775.


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Study of discharge and jump of water flow  from water regulatory structures in channels
Zhuzbay Kassymbekov, Abai Shinibaev, Galimzhan Kassymbekov

Key words: abrupt channel expansion, energy dissipation, hydraulic jump, open channel, spatial jump, water flow, weir
For citation: Kassymbekov Z., Shinibaev A.,Kassymbekov G. 2022. Study of discharge and jump of water flow from water regulatory structures in channel. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 22–29. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140.


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Interbasin water transfer in the Central Highlands of Vietnam:  Impacts and lessons learned
Dang Thi Kim Nhung, Nguyen Van Manh, Nguyen Quang Kim

Key words: drought, IBWT project, interbasin water transfer, water resources
For citation: Nhung D. T. K., Manh N. V., Kim N. Q. 2022. Interbasin water transfer in the Central Highlands of Vietnam: Impacts and lessons learned. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 30–44. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140777.


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Statistical analysis of groundwater quality  at Wonji Shoa Sugar Estate
Megersa Olumana Dinka

Key words: correlation, groundwater quality, principal component, quality parameters, statistical analysis
For citation: Dinka M. O. 2022. Statistical analysis of groundwater quality at WonjiShoa Sugar Estate. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 45–50. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140778.

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Assessment of rainfall efficiency in an apple orchard
Waldemar Treder, Krzysztof Klamkowski, Anna Tryngiel-Gać, Katarzyna Wójcik

Key words: apple orchard, evapotranspiration, hydrothermal index, irrigation, rainfall efficiency, soil moisture  
For citation: Treder W., Klamkowski K., Tryngiel-Gać A., Wójcik K. 2022. Assessment of rainfall efficiency in an apple orchard. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 51–57. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140779.

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Evaluation of the impact of anthropogenic activities  on surface water quality using a water quality index  and environmental assessment
Fernando García-Ávila, Magaly Jiménez-Ordóñez, Jessica Torres-Sánchez,  Sergio Iglesias-Abad, Rita Cabello Torres, César Zhindón-Arévalo

Key words: anthropogenic activities, environmental impact assessment, principal component analysis (PCA), surface  water quality, water quality index (WQI)
For citation: García-Ávila F., Jiménez-Ordóñez M., Torres-Sánchez J., Iglesias-Abad S., CabelloTorres R., Zhindón-Arévalo C. 2022. Evaluation of the impact of anthropogenic activities on surface water quality using a water quality index and environmental assessment. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 58–67. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140780.


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An experiment of energy dissipation  on USBR IV stilling basin – Alternative in modification
Alfiansyah Yulianur Bantacut, Azmeri Azmeri, Faris Zahran Jemi,  Ziana Ziana, Muslem Muslem

Key words: energy dissipation, hydraulic jump, stilling basin, USBR Type IV  
For citation: Bantacut A. Y., Azmeri A., Jemi F. Z., Ziana Z., Muslem M. 2022. An experiment of energy dissipation on USBR IV stilling basin – Alternative in modification. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 68–72. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140781.


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Electricity supply to irrigation systems  for crops away from urban areas
Zbigniew Skibko, Wacław Romaniuk, Andrzej Borusiewicz, Stanisław Derehajło

Key words: irrigation system, microgrid, power supply, solar photovoltaic (PV), solar water pumping system
For citation: Skibko Z., Romaniuk W., Borusiewicz A., Derehajło S. 2022. Electricity supply to irrigation systems for crops away from urban areas. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 73–79. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140782.


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The analysis of spatial distribution of artificial reservoirs  as anthropogenic fragmentation elements of rivers  in the Dnipropetrovsk Region, Ukraine
Hennadii Hapich, Vasyly Andrieiev, Volodymyr Kovalenko, Tatiana Makarova

Key words: artificial water reservoir, quality of water resources, pond, river, river fragmentation, water mineralisation
For citation: Hapich H., Andrieiev V., Kovalenko V., Makarova T. 2022. The analysis of spatial distribution of artificial reservoirs as anthropogenic fragmentation elements of rivers in the Dnipropetrovsk Region, Ukraine. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 80–85. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140783.


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Diachronic mapping and evaluation of soil erosion rates using  RUSLE in the Bouregreg River Watershed, Morocco
Fouad Moudden, Mohammed El Hafyani, Anas El Ouali, Allal Roubil,  Abdelhadi El Ouali, Ali Essahlaoui, Youssef Brouziyne

Key words:  Bouregreg Watershed, diachronic mapping GIS, Revised Universal Equation of Soil Losses (RUSLE) model,  water erosion
For citation: Moudden F., El Hafyani M., El Ouali A., Roubil A., El Ouali A., Essahlaoui A., Brouziyne Y. 2022. Diachronic mapping and evaluation of soil erosion rates using RUSLE in the Bouregreg River Watershed, Morocco. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 86–99. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140784.


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The SARIMA model-based monthly rainfall forecasting  for the Turksvygbult Station  at the Magoebaskloof Dam in South Africa
Kassahun Birhanu Tadesse, Megersa Olumana Dinka

Key words: automatic forecasting, correlogram, Mann–Kendall test, stationarity test, time series, unit root, XLSTAT
For citation: Tadesse K. B., Dinka M. O. 2022. The SARIMA model-based monthly rainfall forecasting for the Turksvygbult Station at the Magoebaskloof Dam in South Africa. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 100–107. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140785.


Preliminary assessment of the impact of soil microorganisms  on greenhouse gas emissions expressed in CO2 equivalent  and grass biomass
Renata Gamrat, Małgorzata Gałczyńska, Adam Brysiewicz

Key words: greenhouse gases, methan, nitrous oxide, soil microorganisms, soil reaction
For citation: Gamrat R., Gałczyńska M., Brysiewicz A. 2022. Preliminary assessment of the impact of soil microorganisms on greenhouse gas emissions expressed in CO2 equivalent and grass biomass. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 108–117. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140786.


The elimination of lead(II) ions in a solution by bio-adsorption:  Kinetics, equilibrium, and thermodynamics
Candelaria Tejada-Tovar, Humberto Bonilla-Mancilla, Rodrigo Ortega Toro,  Angel Villabona-Ortíz, Manuel Díaz-Illanes

Key words: bio-adsorption, cattle manure, heavy metals, isotherm of Langmuir, thermodynamic parameters
For citation: Candelaria Tejada-Tovar, Humberto Bonilla-Mancilla, Rodrigo Ortega Toro, Angel Villabona-Ortíz, Manuel Díaz-Illanes. 2022. The elimination of lead(II) ions in a solution by bio-adsorption: Kinetics, equilibrium, and thermodynamics. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 118–127. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140787.


Ground water quality in Wadi Shati (Libya):  Physicochemical analysis and environmental implications
Omar Asad Ahmad, Nabeel M. Gazzaz, Amnah Khair Alshebani

Key words: drinking water quality, groundwater, physicochemical parameters, Wadi Shati
For citation: Ahmad O. A., Gazzaz N. M., Alshebani A. K. 2022. Ground water quality in WadiShati (Libya): Physicochemical analysis and environmental implications. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 128–137. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140788.


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Assessment of groundwater quality and their vulnerability  to pollution using GQI and DRASTIC indices
Siti Mardiana, Rabeya Anzum, Ngakan Ketut Acwin Dwijendra,  Ahmad Azhar Mansoor Al Sarraf, Anton Timoshin, Elena Sergushina,  Iskandar Muda, Natalia Zhilnikova, Yasser Fakri Mustafa, Evgeny Tikhomirov

Key words: DRASTIC index, groundwater quality, groundwater quality index (GQI), groundwater vulnerability
For citation: Mardiana S., Anzum R., Dwijendra N. K. A., Al Sarraf A. A. M., Timoshin A., Sergushina E., MudaI., Zhilnikova N., Mustafa Y. F., Tikhomirov E. 2022. Assessment of groundwater quality and their vulnerability to pollution using GQI and DRASTIC indices. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 138–142. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140789.


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The effect of various irrigation technologies and strategies  on water resources management
Ngakan Ketut Acwin Dwijendra, Zaheer Abbas, Salih Mahmood Salih,  Maria Jade Catalan Opulencia, Larisa Morozova, Elena S. Sergushina, Muhammad Noor Asnan, Mustafa Mohammed Kadhim, Manoharan Kavitha

Key words: groundwater, irrigation technology, soil moisture, surface water, water consumption
For citation: Dwijendra N. K. A., Abbas Z., Salih S. M., Catalan Opulencia M. J., Morozova L., Sergeevna E. S., Asnan M. N., Kadhim M. M., Kavitha M. 2022. Assessment of groundwater quality and their vulnerability to pollution using GQI and DRASTIC indices. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 143–147. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140790.


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Challenges and coping strategies of potable water supply systems  in rural communities of Vhembe District Municipality,  South Africa
Tuwani Petrus Malima, Beata Kilonzo, Jethro Zuwarimwe

Key words: coping strategy, potable water, rural area, Vhembe District Municipality (VDM), water supply systems  
For citation: Malima T. P., Kilonzo B., Zuwarimwe J. 2022. Challenges and coping strategies of potable water supply systems in rural communities of Vhembe District Municipality, South Africa. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 148–157. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140791.


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Soil moisture distribution pattern of surface drip irrigated mango
Shoukat Ali Soomro, Muhammad Saffar Mirjat, Munir Ahmed Mangrio, Mashooque Ali Talpur

Key words: double periphery, drip irrigation, mango orchard, moisture content, flow duration
For citation: Soomro S. A., Mirjat M. S., Mangrio M. A., Talpur M. A. 2022. Soil moisture distribution pattern of surface drip irrigated mango. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 158–163. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140792.


Indigenous people’s approach to woody plant species conservation in selected spots in Abia State, Southeastern Nigeria
Godson Chinonyerem Asuoha, Uchenna Paulinus Okafor, Chukwuemeka Anthony Onyekwelu, Romanus Udegbunam Ayadiuno, Philip Ogbonnia Phil-Eze

Key words: biodiversity loss, conservation, indigenous people, land degradation, Sustainable Development Goals, woody plant species
For citation: Asuoha G. C., Okafor U. P., Onyekwelu C. A., Ayadiuno R. U., Phil-Eze P. O. 2022. Indigenous people’s approach to woody plant species conservation in selected spots in Abia State, Southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 164–169. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140793.


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Mean flow characteristics in a flat and eroded bed curved channel
Sumiadi Sumiadi, Moh Abduh

Key words: curved channel, eroded bed, flat bed, mean flow
For citation: Sumiadi S., Abduh M. 2022. Mean flow characteristics in a flat and eroded bed curved channel. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 170–175. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140794.


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Optimising water resources management  by Using Water Evaluation and Planning (WEAP)  in the West of Iraq
Isam Mohammed Abdulhameed, Sadeq Oleiwi Sulaiman,  Abu Baker Ahmed Najm, Nadhir Al-Ansari

Key words: dual Kc approach, water management, water productivity, WEAP-model
For citation: Abdulhameed I. M., Sulaiman S. O., Najm A. B. A., Al-Ansari N. 2022. Optimising water resources management by Using Water Evaluation and Planning (WEAP) in the West of Iraq. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 176–186. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140795.


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Comparison of lateral spillway and morning glory spillway  performance in flood control
I Made Sukerta, Tzu-Chia Chen, Jonni Mardizal, Salih Mahmood Salih, Isnaini Zulkarnain, Md Zahidul Islam, Mohammed Sabeeh Majeed, Ahmed Baseem Mahdi, Dhameer Ali Mutlak, Surendar Aravindhan

Key words:  flood risk management, lateral spillway, glory spillway, spillway design
For citation: SukertaI M., Chen T.-C., Mardizal J., Salih S. M., Zulkarnain I., Islam M. Z., Majeed M. S., Mahdi A. B., Mutlak D. A., Aravindhan S. 2022. Comparison of lateral spillway and morning glory spillway performance in flood control. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 187–191. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140796.


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Predictive modelling of a rapid stratified bed filter  for turbidity removal from surface water
Candelaria N. Tejada-Tovar, Angel Villabona-Ortíz, David López-Barbosa

Key words: limestone, predictive model, rapid filtration, sand, stratified bed
For citation: Tejada-Tovar C. N., Villabona-Ortíz A., López-Barbosa D. 2022. Predictive modelling of a rapid stratified bed filter for turbidity removal from surface water. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 192–202. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140797.


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Chrome(VI) ion biosorption modelling in a fixed bed column on Dioscorea rotundata hull
Angel Villabona-Ortíz, Candelaria Tejada-Tovar, Rodrigo Ortega Toro, Keily Peña-Romero, Ciro Botello-Urbiñez

Key words: adsorbent, adsorption, Dose–Response model, Yoon–Nelson model
For citation: Villabona-Ortíz A., Tejada-Tovar C., Ortega Toro R., Peña-Romero K., Botello-Urbiñez C. 2022. Chrome (VI) ion biosorption modelling in a fixed bed column on Dioscorearotundata hull. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 203–209. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140798.


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Spatio-temporal assessment of drought  in the semi-arid region of Algerian steppe  through index and remote sensing
Said Bouarfa, Yassine Farhi, Okkacha Youb, Meriem Boultf,  Warda Djoudi, Mohammed Faci

Key words: drought, indices, remote sensing, spatial-temporal analysis, steppe
For citation: Bouarfa S., Farhi Y., Youb O., Boultf M., Djoudi W., Faci M. 2022. Spatio-temporal assessmentof drought in the semi-arid region of Algerian steppe through index and remote sensing. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 210–218. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140799.


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Unmanned systems and experience of their application  in agriculture
Victor I. Balabanov, Dmitriy M. Benin, Natalya A. Mochunova

Key words: agriculture, automatic driving, automatic sampler, precision farming, robotic systems, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)
For citation: Balabanov V. I., Benin D. M., Mochunova N. A. 2022. Unmanned systems and experience of their application in agriculture. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 219–223. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140800.


The modern paradigm of the agricultural technological process efficiency: A review
Konstantin E. Tyupakov, Andzor K. Dikinov, Maryam A. Ortskhanova, Kheda M. Musayeva, Evgeniya A. Bolotina

Key words: agriculture, agrobiocenosis, ecology, economic efficiency, organic farming, pesticides, plant protection, profitability, technological process
For citation: Tyupakov K. E., Dikinov A. K., Ortskhanova M. A., Musayeva K. M., Bolotina E. A. 2022. The modern paradigm of the agricultural technological process efficiency: A review. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 224–228. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140801.


Land Use/Land Cover change detection in the wetlands. A case study: Al-Aba Oasis, west of Ras Tanura, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Walid Chouari

Key words: geographic information systems (GIS), oasis, post-classification, remote sensing, sabkha
For citation: Chouari W. 2022. Land Use/Land Cover change detection in the wetlands. A case study: Al-Aba Oasis, west of RasTanura, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 229–237. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140802.


Bacterial selection of the Pseudomonas genus with the capacity to treat water and contaminated soils
Henry Joel Escudero-López, Karla Anabel Serrano-Carrillo, Carlos Rodrigo Jácome-Pilco, Herminia del Rosario Sanaguano-Salguero, Isidro Favian Bayas-Morejón

Key words: bioremediation, characterisation, contaminated water, contaminated soils, Ecuadorian Amazon, Pseudomonas genus
For citation: Escudero-López H. J., Serrano-Castillo K. A., Jácome-Pilco C. R., Sanaguano-Salguero H. R., Bayas-Morejón I. F. 2022. Bacterial selection of the Pseudomonasgenus with the capacity to treat water and contaminated soils.Water and Land Development. No. 53 (IV–VI) p. 238–241. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.140803.


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