Relationship of Irrigation to Public Healthby Lloyd E. Myers, Jr.,
Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1958, Vol. 123, Issue 1, Pg. 846-850
Document Type: Journal Paper
Serious mosquito-caused health problems exist in many irrigated areas of United States; these problems are primarily result of same faulty irrigation structures and practices which cause water waste, damaged soils and reduced crop production.
Subject Headings: Public health and safety | Irrigation | Public opinions | Soil water | Professional societies | Crops | Damage (structural) | Geological faults | Waste management | North America | United States
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