Irrigation Water Ordering – With applications for Thailand and surrounding regions: An Australian Perspective

This publication describes how the fundamental need for irrigation water at particular times led to the concept of water ordering in Australia. The underlying concepts which make up water ordering are explained using references to the key technologies in the irrigation industry, such as flow rates, and canal and pipe capacity. The report also explores the need for an improved irrigation system in Thailand at the river-basin level. Similar river systems in Australia have been identified, and case studies from these are presented which show how relatively easy modifications to how people use water can lead to major benefits to all irrigators. The case studies would serve as ideal trials for Thailand, with minimal changes in infrastructure.

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