WMRU

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WMRUWilliam Marsh Rice University (aka Rice University; Houston, TX)
WMRUWater Management Research Unit (USDA)
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Known as Irrigation Scheduling Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, or ISSCADA, the patented system will allow for "applying the right amount of water at the right time and in the right location in a field," says Susan O'Shaughnessy, an agricultural engineer in the ARS Soil and Water Management Research Unit in Bushland.
Venterea is lead research scientist with the USDA-ARS Soil & Water Management Research Unit and an adjunct professor in the Dept of Soil, Water & Climate at the University of Minnesota.
ASABE member Terry Howell and his colleagues at the CPRL Soil and Water Management Research Unit use large weighing lysimeters, essentially large square containers filled with soil and sitting in the ground on large scales, to precisely determine crop water requirements.
Gao is Research Soil Scientist, Water Management Research Unit, U.
(1) Research Associate, Soil and Water Management Research Unit, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari, Gujarat 396450 INDIA
Over the past three years, however, the ARS Soil and Water Management Research Unit in Kimberly has coordinated the field testing of another kind of agronomic legerdemain.
Now that we're seeing that happen, we need to address it," says Dale Shaner, a plant physiologist who recently retired from the Agricultural Research Service Water Management Research Unit, in Fort Collins, Colorado.
For this reason, ASABE member Tom Trout, research leader of the ARS Water Management Research Unit (WMRU) in Fort Collins, Colo., is measuring crop water use efficiency not by the traditional measure of crop yield per drop of irrigation water applied, but rather yield per drop of water actually taken up by the crop.
Ayars, in the Water Management Research Unit at the San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Sciences Center, are finding ways to reduce water use in the tree's postharvest phase using two different approaches.
Evett, USDA-ARS, Soil and Water Management Research Unit, PO Drawer 10, Bushland, TX 79012; 806-356-5770, fax 806-356-5750, tpeters@cprl.ars.usda.gov.
Gary Banuelos is in the Water Management Research Unit, San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Sciences Center, 9611 S.
At Bushland, Musick conducted irrigation and water management research for 34 years and served as research leader of the Water Management Research Unit from 1979 until 1993.