Aneela Memon

Aneela Memon
Pakistan Agricultural Research Council | PARC · water and Agriculture Waste Management Institute

PhD-IWRM

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Introduction
Dr. Aneela Hameem Memon Agri-Engineer at Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) Tandojam @ Hyderabad, since 2005.

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Publications (17)
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Fish farming has a substantial potential to improve livelihood of people in the Nasirabad division of Balochistan province of Pakistan. The Nasirabad division is the only irrigated agricultural division of the province that connects the province with Sindh province. The study is based on cross sectional data collected in year 2020 for the calendar...
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Water footprint techniques are extensively used for essential life chores. It also maintains the natural ecosystem. The variations in climatic spell are not only important to investigate the past and current scenarios, but it is also useful to develop the water resource projects. The current study explored the spatial-temporal climatic variation of...
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The agricultural lands are being affected due to groundwater (GW) quality issues. To address this worldwide problematic situation, various irrigation studies have been practiced to identify the effects on the soil conditions. The current study has been designed to assess the GW quality and soil salinity/sodicity by different irrigation techniques i...
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This study explores the impact of the runoff curve number (CN) on the hydrological model outputs for the Morai watershed, Sindh-Pakistan, using the Soil Conservation Service Curve Number (SCS-CN) method. The SCS-CN method is an empirical technique used to estimate rainfall-runoff volume from precipitation in small watersheds, and CN is an empirical...
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Current study is identifies the hill torrents and groundwater resources in the Kohistan region of district Jamshoro, Sindh province of Pakistan
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The subsurface groundwater potential was calculated through the Geographic Information System (GIS) tool in district Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan; research was carried out in the vulnerable and arid climatic regions of the study area, which experienced unpredictable droughts and extreme floods. The primary recharging source of the aquifer is rainfall...
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Precipitation plays a pivotal role in the evolution of the ecosystems. Many watersheds in Pakistan and particularly in parts of Sindh are ungagged, which urge to estimate the precipitation and other parameters using feasible models for effective planning and management of water resources. Regression analysis is usually employed to understand the hy...
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A study was conducted at Drainage and Reclamation Institute of Pakistan (DRIP), Tandojam in a clay loam soil. The treatments include raised-bed irrigation system (T1) and conventional irrigation system (T2). The experiment was laid down using randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replications. The total area under experiment for each t...
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The vast majority of manures are stored on open lots for longer periods. As the result much of the Nitrogen content in the manures is lost to the atmosphere due to volatilization, or leached into the ground surface. A study was conducted to quantify Nitrogen content of different manures and its increasing trends over the time period. The samples of...
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China is the third largest country in the world with large population and scared arable land, where arid semi-arid and dry sub-humid regions enclosed 2,976,000km2. In Northern China extreme arid areas covers 697,000km2. The total land figure of 2,080,000km2 has decertified land, which uncompressed over 30 percent of the total land territory through...
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Surface irrigation is commonly used in Pakistan and will continue to be used as a traditional method of irrigation with water application efficiency not more than 40%, whereas yields are way below those of other countries. The use of available water resources therefore warn to use limited irrigation water efficiently to save not only loss of water...
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The energy and food security are crisis at global level. Various sources for generating energy are under exploitation but except of renewable energy are almost costly. Hence, proper exploration and exploitation renewable energy is cheaper in comparison of fossil fuels source. In this connection, wind energy source mostly is available in the souther...
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In order to monitor the water table depth on soil profile salinity buildup, a field study was carried out during 2006-07. Wheat (Rabi) and Sorghum (Kharif) fodder were sown in with three treatments. The results showed that watertable depth lowered from 1.15 m to 2.89 m depth at the end of experiment. With lower of watertable depth, pH, ECe and SAR...
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A field study was carried out at the Muhammad Khaskheli Farm, located at Taluka Thana Boula Khan, District Jamshoro during the year 2008. The pitcher, polyethylene bag, and furrow irrigation methods were compared on the basis of water use efficiency, yield, and water saving. The experimental setup for three irrigation methods was established. Irrig...
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A survey was carried out to assess the crop production, available water resources, water use efficiency and economic analysis of cultivation of various crops in deh Desvi of Thano Boola Khan, district Jamshoro during year 2006. It was noted that the major crops being cultivated in the area are onion, wheat, vegetables and fodder. The onion is the m...

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