Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July. Juan Fernando Lara S., Periódico La Nación, 10/5/2017, Costa Rica. Using high resolution maps and images to locate aquifers and recharge zones, Costa Rica begins to assess the status and potential of its groundwater to ensure the future’s…View More Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July.
Juan G. R. Australia hydraulic development requires more investment and economic studies. Water and Irrigation. Vol 4, No. 1: 9-10, April, 2013, Spain. Australia has made great efforts in sustainable water development in the country, but droughts and floods threaten future food crises, it is…View More Australia hydraulic development requires more investment and economic studies.
Juan G. R. Fighting drought in USA demand greater water development. Water & Irrigation.Volume:3, No. 1: 13-14, November, 2012, Spain. The worst drought since 1957, that affected most of the 48 states of the United States of America in 2012, causes: decrease their harvest…View More Fighting drought in USA demand greater water development
CEPES. Colonization San Lorenzo, fifty years later. Published in: The Agrarian Journal 124, Water and Irrigation, November 2010, Peru. The irrigation model being promoted by the State, for some years, with examples such as Chavimochic, Olmos and Majes-Siguas II, is clearly excluded for small and…View More Colonization San Lorenzo, fifty years later.
CEPES. Large irrigation: the best option? Published in: The Agrarian Journal 122, Water and Irrigation, September 2010, Peru. In the last three decades, Peru has invested more than 4 500 million dollars in irrigation works, especially on the coast. Only Brazil and Mexico, the largest…View More Large irrigation: the best option?
Juan G. R. The exploitation of excessive rains in Spain requires more hydraulic development. Water and Irrigation, Volume 1, Nº 2: 1-2, 2010, Spain. The year 2010 in Spain, considered to be wet so far, shows that the use we make of the excessive water…View More The exploitation of excessive rains in Spain requires more hydraulic development