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Land and Water Resources Management - LAWREM

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Luogo Casamassima
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The Master of Science Programme in "Land and Water Resources Management: Irrigated agriculture" provides a curriculum for graduates holding the title of agricultural or hydraulic engineers. The main objective of the Programme is to enhance the scientific knowledge and technological know-how of the candidates in water saving and land conservation issues especially in Mediterranean environments.
The major topics are related to the following thematic areas:
- Water use efficiency and water productivity;
- On-farm irrigation systems performance;
- Large-scale irrigation systems performance and new technologies;
- Use of non-conventional water resources in agriculture;
- Integration and upscale of the above issues at the basin level;
- Sustainable use and management of Mediterranean soils;
- Economic aspects of Mediterranean agriculture.

Most of the above said topics take into account the impact of climate variability. In a rigorous scientific framework, works are targeted to innovatory solutions that are feasible in the integrated land and water system they are designed for. The Programme is carried out by MAIB staff and LUM staff in collaboration with national and international Institutions and Universities from Europe, Middle East, North Africa and the U.S.A.

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S.S 100 Km 18, 70010, Bari, Italia
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Hydraulic design
Economic criteria
Irrigation Project Design
Cost Recovery
Benefit Analysis
Farm economics
Irrigation Management
Drainage systems
Water Resources


Unit i: Introductory Courses English language.

  • Information and Communication Technologies Criteria for bibliographic research. Challenges to food safety and food security; Sustainable management of natural resources. Application of GIS in land and water resources management. Pedology and soil survey investigation. Soil physics. Agrometeorology.

Unit ii: Water and Land Resources Management

  • Surface water hydrology management. Groundwater hydraulics and pollution in agricultural settings. Soil erosion and desertification: monitoring, modelling and mitigation technologies.

Unit iii: Irrigation Management: Soil – Water – Plant - Atmosphere Continuum

  • Crop response to water and water use efficiency;
  • Crop water requirements and practical irrigation scheduling;
  • Crop growth modelling: eco-physiological and engineering aspects

Unit iv: Irrigation Management at Farm Level

  • Design, operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of trickle irrigation systems;
  • Design, operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of sprinkler irrigation systems;
  • Design, operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of surface irrigation systems

Unit v: Irrigation Management at Distribution Systems Level

  • Design, operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of large scale pressurized irrigation systems;
  • Design, operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of large scale open channel irrigation systems;
  • Water management optimisation.

Unit vi: Use of Non-Conventional Water Resources: Technical and Environmental Issues

  • Salinity control in relation to irrigation;
  • Drainage and drainage systems design and management;
  • Use of low quality waters: environmental and technical aspects

Unit vii: Irrigation Management: Institutional, Economic and Environmental Aspects

  • Principles of farm economics;
  • Optimal water allocation in irrigation sector;
  • Cost/Benefit Analysis and Cost Recovery;
  • International economics and the role of agriculture in economic development.

Unit viii: Case study - Irrigation Project Design

  • Collection and analysis of soil, crop and climatic data. Determination of crop water requirements and gross irrigation requirements;
  • Choice of the optimal cropping pattern based on different simulation scenarios (limited water availability, use of saline water, etc.) and economic criteria. Determination of specific continuous discharge;
  • Hydraulic design of a large scale distribution network;
  • Cost/Benefit analysis. Environmental Impact Assessment Applications;
  • Synthesis, conclusions and reporting

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