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Novo Mesto, Slovenia

Cvejic R.,projektiranje in inzeniring d.o.o | Tratnik M.,Hidrotehnik Vodnogospodarsko podjetje d.d | Meljo J.,Institute za vode RS | Bizjak A.,Institute za vode RS | And 6 more authors.
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To aid the formation of the suggested areas of permanently protected agricultural land, an allocation algorithm was developed and used to establish the irrigation water use potential of surface waters streams, reservoirs, groundwater and treated municipal wastewater, with the case study area of Slovenia. The result is a map of the irrigation water use potential, regarding the location and water source use suitability for irrigation. The map shows areas where the permanent protection of agricultural land would be either most suitable either least suitable. The appearance of the map depends on several water management aspects, i.e. water demand management, water use administration, the targeted management of water infrastructure and the development of new water sources. Source

Medved-Cvikl B.,BF Oddelek za agronomijo | Ceglar A.,BF Oddelek za agronomijo | Kajfez-Bogataj L.,BF Oddelek za agronomijo
Geodetski Vestnik

In recent years, major advances in monitoring processes through sectoral control systems have been observed, but so too has the lack of interoperability of spatial information systems. In the frame of the EuroGEOSS project, interoperability between Drought Management Centre for Southeastern Europe (DMCSEE) and European Drought Observatory (EDO) has been developed. For interoperability processes, open source tools and Open Geodata Interoperability specifications (OpenGIS) were used. Source

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