Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense,
2017, Volume 17, Issue 2, Pages 322-342
AbstractWater is the lifeblood of a vital resource is concentrated upon by all human activitiesespecially agricultural activity, especially in the arid and semi-arid areas, as it is determined by the amount of arable land and the possibility of expansion or contraction of those spaces so it has tended a lot of specialized in water resources studies for the study of Water drainage are more accurate and scientific So went this study was to clarify the relationship between water resources and its impact on the expansion and contraction of arable land in the study area through the stash factors affecting such relationships from natural factors included the site and infrastructure and geological situation topographic climate and soil and natural vegetation and elements in addition to other factors that may be the cause of a key in effect these agricultural areas, and therefore it was necessary to study the annual water and quarterly Water drainage and monthly study area and recorded for a period of six years then compare them greenery planted virtually the same for the period to clarify whether the water resources only factor in agricultural areas
Clear from this study that some of the water past the rose water contained and although we find that the acreage has shrunk in the sense that there are other factors that may have affected one way or another in the agricultural activity of these factors was postponed in the social conditions of the migration of peasants to the cities, leaving farmland and neglect and deterioration of irrigation projects and transforming agricultural areas into residential land and other environmental barriers consisted Pettily and waterlogging and increased areas of desertification and climatic conditions of high temperatures lack of precipitation is rain in the hot season and increased evaporation rates in addition to the lack of the use of chemical fertilizers and organic and compete with imported agricultural products.
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