Potential business opportunities from saline water and salt-affected land resources
Andrew D. Noble,
F. Karajeh and
No H046996, IWMI Books, Reports from International Water Management Institute
Keywords: Land; resources; Land; degradation; Saline; water; Sodic; soils; Soil; salinity; Desalination; Crop; production; Ecosystems; Aquaculture; Water; resources; Water; productivity; Drainage; water; Water; reuse; Recycling; Freshwater; Soil; properties; Magnesium; Phosphogypsum; Energy; generation; Solar; energy; Horticulture; Greenhouses; Irrigation; Deltas; Trees; Case; studies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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