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The Journal, Ramat Publications expect to provide rapid publication (biannual) of articles in all areas of the subject. The Journal welcomes the  submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and excellence. Papers will be published on-line approximately one  month after acceptance. Papers must be submitted with the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere (except in the form of an  abstract or as part of a published lecture, review, or thesis) and are  not currently under consideration by another journal or any other  publisher...

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Volume 4, Number 1 (2018)

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Volume 1, Number 8 (2014)

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Volume 1, Number 7 (2014)


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AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR WATER CONSERVATION IN THE ARID AND SEMI-ARID ZONES
Water scarcity affects all social and economic sectors of the world, and threatens sustain-ability
of the natural resources. To feed the growing population of the world (most especially the dry
areas), the practice of irrigation is needed. But the availability of irrigation water is extremely
limited, because the classical sources of irrigation water are often at the break of overuse.
Rainfall in the dry areas is often lost in evaporation, percolation and surface runoff. Therefore
rainwater harvesting (which is collection of surface runoff mainly for domestic and Agricultural
purposes) might be an alternative. However, the selection of appropriate sites and the
determination of suitable method of water harvesting on a large scale presents a great challenge
since the necessary hydrological, soil data and infrastructure are often lacking. This paper
highlights the various methods and their relevance to the concerned areas of the world (i.e. the
arid and semi-arid areas). Their advantages and constraints were also addressed 1Kyari, F. A. 2Dammo, M. N. 3Joseph, H. 4Ajid, A. B.

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