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by F. Van Steenbergen,G. Cornish,C. Perry

Author: F. Van Steenbergen,G. Cornish,C. Perry
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: IWA Publishing (November 1, 2006)
Pages: 104 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
Rating: 4.2
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Two issues dominate the problems in water resources management generally, and especially the management of irrigation systems: scarcity of water to meet competing demands, and scarcity of funds to finance operation, maintenance and renewal of existing facilities. The book concludes with a systematic explanation on how to design an irrigation water charging system - looking at assessment, billing and improving collection performance.

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Charging for Irrigation Services : Guidelines for Practitioners. by Gez Cornish, Chris J. Perry, Frank van Steenbergen. Two issues dominate the problems in water resources management generally, and especially the management of irrigation systems: scarcity of water to meet competing demands, and scarcity of funds to finance operation, maintenance and renewal of existing facilities.

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The book concludes with a systematic explanation on how to design an irrigation water charging system - looking at assessment, billing and improving collection performance. Foyalty 213. Charging for Irrigation Services (Paperback). Frank Steenbergen Gez Cornish Chris Perry.

Bosworth, . Cornish, . amp; van Steenbergen, F. 2002. Experience with pilot project introduction (1989-1991). Water charging in irrigated agriculture; lessons from the literature. Eighth Afro-Asian Regional Conference, Bangkok, 1991.

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Guidelines on spate irrigation. Frank van Steenbergen, Penny Lawrence, +5 authors John Ratsey. This article discusses spate irrigation in Ethiopia and aims to take stock of the current status of spate irrigation development. Status and Potential of Spate Irrigation in Ethiopia. Frank van Steenbergen, Abraham Mehari Haile, Taye Alemehayu, Tena Alamirew, Yohannes Geleta. It summarizes experiences so far and formulates a number o. More).

Bosworth B, Cornish G, Perry C, van Steenbergen F (2002) Water charging in irrigated agriculture. Am J Econ Sociol 56(4):475–520

Bosworth B, Cornish G, Perry C, van Steenbergen F (2002) Water charging in irrigated agriculture. Lessons from the literature. Am J Econ Sociol 56(4):475–520. x CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Garrido A (2002) Transition to Full-Cost Pricing of Irrigation Water for Agriculture in OECD Countries. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Environment Directorate, ParisGoogle Scholar.

It provides guidelines that can be applied in fields such as economics, sociology, and psychology. Contributions were written by 40 leading experts in forecasting, and the 30 chapters cover all types of forecasting methods. There are judgmental methods such as Delphi, role-playing, and intentions studies.

Irrigation is the dominant consumer of fresh water world-wide, accounting for as much as 80% of use in many water-short countries. Two issues dominate the problems in water resources management generally, and especially the management of irrigation systems: shortage of water to meet competing demands, and schortage of funds to finance operation, maintenance and renewal of existing facilities. Various international conferences, donor policies and academic papers have pointed to the contribution that appropriate irrigation service charging systems can make to both problems. This book is unique in that it connects policy objectives in water pricing with the practicalities of a setting up an irrigation water charging system. It discusses the different types of water charging systems as well as the basis for quantifying and calculating the charges in the real world. Based on practical experiences in a range of countries , it also looks at possibilities for cost rationalizations and developing a broad range of revenue streams. The book concludes with a systematic explanation on how to design an irrigation water charging system - looking at assessment, billing and improving collection performance. The book is uniqu in that it does not cover the theory of cost recovery but the practicalities of it.