Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : water scarcity

Rational Use Of Water In Agriculture Of The Republic Of Uzbekistan And Its Problems

DadaboevTulkinjonYusupjonovich .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 798-808

The article analyzes the state of water use in agriculture in Uzbekistan and examines the reasons for their waste. It analyzes the current state of water use on irrigated agricultural lands in the world and in the country, as well as programs of measures to address issues and problems of efficient use, and makes relevant proposals for their more efficient use. It also analyzes the views of experts on the recognition of water efficiency indicators in relation to key indicators, based on the fact that the same indicators cannot be applied uniformly as a result of global climate change, given the characteristics of specific and relative indicators of water use efficiency. In Namangan region, econometric models of changes in the volume of production depending on the conditions of water use in arable lands were developed and analyzed. As an indicator of water efficiency, crop yields were studied and suggestions and recommendations for water efficiency were presented.

Water Footprints

Krisna Raj Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1428-1432

Towns are energy demand hotspots with local and national water resources implications. Through the widespread cross-border exchange of goods and services, water flows "virtually" in and out of the towns. Water supply initiatives and urban design decisions that impact residential, commercial, and industrial growth affect all physical and virtual surface water. This "teleconnection" type of water is progressively acknowledged as an important element of water strategy making. The position of trading & digital water flow is rarely addressed as an alternative to expand the "actual" water sources supply of a region, with a focus on monotonous extension of safe water supply technology. To determine the ability and importance of getting into account digital flows throughout urban development and policy and to evaluate digital water flows, we compare current methods. In the study of urban water footprints, we also identify and address goals for future research.