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Volume 55 (2022): Issue 4
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Plants take action to mitigate salt stress:  Ask microbe for help, phytohormones, and genetic approaches
Omar A. Hewedy, Ghada Abd-Elmonsef Mahmoud, Naglaa F. Elshafey, Galal Khamis, Ali M. Karkour, Khalid S. Abdel Lateif, Basma H. Amin, Nour Chiab,  Ahmed M. El-Taher, Nabil I. Elsheery

Key words: Bacillus, ion homeostasis, osmoprotectants, osmotic stress, photosynthesis, ROS scavenging
For citation: Hewedy O.A., Mahmoud G.A.-E., Elshafey N.F., Khamis G., Karkour A.M., Abdel Lateif K.S., Amin B.H., Chiab N., El-Taher A.M., Elsheery N.I. 2022. Plants take action to mitigate salt stress:Ask microbe for help, phytohormones, and genetic approaches. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 1–16. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142299.


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Management of biomass of selected grape leaves varieties in the process of methane fermentation
Kamila E. Klimek, Edyta Wrzesińska-Jedrusiak, Magdalena Kapłan, Barbara Łaska-Zieja

Key words: biogas plant, biomass utilisation, methane fermentation/biogasification, plant biomass, renewable energy
For citation: Klimek K.E., Kapłan M., Wrzesińska-Jędrusiak E., Łaska-Zieja B. 2022. Management of biomass of selected grape leaves varieties in the process of methane fermentation. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 17–27. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142300.


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Agrotechnological methods of plant feeders applying for spring wheat agrocenoses – North-Eastern Kazakhstan varieties
Rimma M. Ualiyeva, Altinay N. Kukusheva, Madina K. Insebayeva, Kanat K. Akhmetov, Sayan B. Zhangazin, Maryam S. Krykbayeva

Key words: agrotechnological practices, climatic conditions, foreign and Kazakhstan breeding varieties, pests, species composition, spring wheat
For citation: Ualiyeva R.M., Kukusheva A.N., Insebayeva M.K., Akhmetov K.K., Zhangazin S.B., Krykbayeva M.S. 2022. Agrotechnological methods of plant feeders applying for spring wheat agrocenoses – North-Eastern Kazakhstan varieties. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 28–40. DOI10.24425/jwld.2022.142301.


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Crop insurance effects on the farms’ production and investment indicators in Lithuania
Virginia Namiotko, Aistė Galnaitytė, Irena Kriščiukaitienė, Ahmet Ali Koç

Key words: CAP, crop insurance, family farms, propensity score matching, sustainable agriculture
For citation: Namiotko V., Galnaitytė A., Kriščiukaitienė I., Koç A.A. 2022. Crop insurance effects on the farms’ production and investment indicators in Lithuania. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 41–46. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142302.


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Regionalisation of watersheds with respect to low flow
Agnieszka Cupak, Bogusław Michalec

Key words: cluster analysis, low flow, regional regression, residual pattern approach, watershed
For citation: Cupak A., Michalec B. 2022. Regionalisation of watersheds with respect to low flow. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 47–55. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142303.


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Dynamic model engineering of sustainable agriculture as a pragmatic concept of critical land management
Maroeto Maroeto, Wahyu Santoso

Key words: critical land, erosion area, sustainable agriculture, watershed area
For citation: Maroeto M., Santoso W. 2022. Dynamic model engineering of sustainable agriculture as a pragmatic concept of critical land management. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 56–59. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142304.


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Effect of harvest date on structural carbohydrates and lignin content in meadow sward in different pluvio-thermal conditions
Barbara Wróbel, Waldemar Zielewicz, Anna Paszkiewicz-Jasińska, Bartosz Spychalski, Zuzanna Jakubowska

Key words: air temperature, cellulose, digestibility of feed, hemicelluloses, lignin, nutritional value, sum of precipitation
For citation: Wróbel B., Zielewicz W., Paszkiewicz-Jasińska A., Spychalski B., Jakubowska Z. 2022. Effect of harvest date on structural carbohydrates and lignin content in meadow sward in different pluvio-thermal conditions. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 60–66. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142305.


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Sensitivity of Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L. to selected metals and its suitability for phytoremediation of waters contaminated with metals. A mesocosm study
Małgorzata Gałczyńska  Jacek Wróbel, Katarzyna Bednarz

Key words: biomass, Hydrocharis morsus-ranae, mesocosm study, metals, photosynthetic pigments, phytoremediation
For citation: Gałczyńska M., Wróbel J., Bednarz K. 2022. Sensitivity of Hydrocharismorsus-ranae L. to selected metals and its suitability for phytoremediation of waters contaminated with metals. A mesocosm study. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 67–77. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142306.


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Evaluation of small-scale farmland water conservancy construction mode in China
Belachew D. Hambebo, Liu Hui

Key words: simple linear regression model, small-scale farmland water conservancy facilities, small-scale reservoir, small-scale irrigation, water conservation
For citation: Hambebo B.D., Hui L. 2022. Evaluation of small-scale farmland water conservancy construction mode in China. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 78–83. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142307.


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The retrospective monitoring of soils under conditions of climate change in the Trans-Ural region (Russia)
Azamat Suleymanov, Ilyusya Gabbasova, Ruslan Suleymanov, Mikhail Komissarov, Timur Garipov, Ludmila Sidorova, Fliza Nazyrova

Key words: climate change, monitoring, soil fertility, Trans-Ural
For citation: Suleymanov A., Gabbasova I., Suleymanov R., Komissarov M., Garipov T., Sidorova L., Nazyrova F. 2022. The retrospective monitoring of soils under conditions of climate change in the Trans-Ural region (Russia). Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 84–90. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142308.


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Microbiological pollution of soils and surface waters of the Pokuttia-Bukovyna Carpathians
Andrij Masikevych, Yurij Masikevych, Myroslav S. Malovanyу, Mykola Blyzniuk

Key words: bacteria, ecosystem, hydrosphere, microbiological pollution, national nature park, soils
For citation: Masikevych A., Masikevych Y., Malovanyу M., Blyzniuk M. 2022. Microbiological pollution of soils and surface waters of the Pokuttia-Bukovyna Carpathians. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 91–96. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142309.


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Assessment of the environmental state of surface waters of right-bank tributaries of the upper reaches of the Pripet River by macrophyte index MIR
Myroslav S. Malovanyy, Maria Boіaryn, Oksana Muzychenko, Oksana Tsos

Key words: ecological condition of surface waters, macrophytes, macrophyte index, observation point, water quality category
For citation: Malovanyy M. S., Boіaryn M., Muzychenko O., Tsos O.2022. Assessment of the environmental state of surface waters of right-bank tributaries of the upper reaches of the Pripet River by macrophyte index MIR. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 97–103. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142310.


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Humic preparation and plant activity
Raikhan J. Abutova, Marat K. Kozhakhmetov

Key words: alkaloid stimulants, amino acids, fulvic acids, humic acids, lake sapropel, lignohumates, thermochemical technology, vortex reactors
For citation: Abutova R. J., Kozhakhmetov M. K. 2022. Humic preparation and plant activity. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 104–108. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142311.


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Discrimination different lithological units using a remote sensing application: A case study in the Dokan Area, Kurdistan Region – Iraq
Azhar Kh. S. Bety

Key words: Dokan Area, image enhancement, image transformation, lithological units, rapid eye, remote sensing
For citation: Bety A. Kh. S. 2022. Discrimination different lithological units using a remote sensing application: A case study in the Dokan Area, Iraq. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 109–114. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142312.


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Analysis of the distribution of statistical concentrations of pollutants in samples of treated wastewater from small sewage treatment plants
Grzegorz B. Kaczor

Key words: pollutants, sewer system, significance test, statistical distributions, treatment plant
For citation: Kaczor G. B. 2022. Analysis of the distribution of statistical concentrations of pollutants in samples of treated wastewater from small sewage treatment plants. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 115–124. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142313.


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Effect of cultivation factors on embryogenesis in isolated microspore culture of carrot (Daucus carota L.)
Anastasia V. Voronina, Anastasiia V. Vishnyakova, Sokrat G. Monakhos, Grigory F. Monakhos, Alexander A. Ushanov, Aleksey A. Mironov

Key words: carrot (Daucus carota L.), doubled haploids, embryogenesis, isolated microspore culture, male sterility
For citation: Voronina A. V., Vishnyakova A. V., Monakhos S. G., Monakhos G. F., Ushanov A. A., Mironov A. A. 2022. Effect of cultivation factors on embryogenesis in isolated microspore culture of carrot (Daucuscarota L.). Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 125–128. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142314.


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Practical aspects of the use of the sluice gate discharge equations to estimate the volumetric flow rate in the irrigation channels
Elżbieta Kubrak, Janusz Kubrak

Key words: discharge coefficient, error of discharge calculation, irrigation channel, laboratory model investigations, submerged sluice gate flow, volumetric flow rate
For citation: Kubrak E., Kubrak J. 2022. Practical aspects of the use of the sluice gate discharge equations to estimate the volumetric flow rate in the irrigation channels. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 129–137. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142314.


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Spatial variability study of rainfall in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
Javier A. Mouthon-Bello, Edgar Quiñones-Bolaños , Jairo E. Ortiz-Corrales, Natalia Mouthon-Barraza, Maria D.J. Hernández-Fuentes, Andrea C. Caraballo-Meza

Key words: coastal city, rainfall duration, rainfall intensity, spatial correlation, spatial variability
For citation: Mouthon-Bello J. A., Quiñones-Bolaños E., Ortiz-Corrales J. E., Mouthon-Barraza N., Hernández-Fuentes M.D.J., Caraballo-Meza A.C.2022. Spatial variability study of rainfall in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 138–149. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142316.


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Towards sustainable land subsidence mitigation in Semarang and Demak, Central Java: Analysis using DPSIR Framework
Dwi Sarah, Asep Mulyono, Nugroho Aji Satriyo, Eko Soebowo, Taufiq Wirabuana

Key words: coastal area, driver-pressure-state-impact-response (DPSIR), land subsidence, mitigation, response, Semarang-Demak plain
For citation: Sarah D., Mulyono A., Aji Satriyo N., Soebowo E., Wirabuana T. 2022. Towards sustainable land subsidence mitigation in Semarang and Demak, Central Java: Analysis using DPSIR Framework. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 150–165. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142317.


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Performance of pozzolan in trickling filter for secondary treatment of urban wastewater in Tlemcen, Algeria
Amina Hamidi, Fadila Belarbi, Hamid Bouchelkia, Racha M. Bouchenak Khelladi

Key words: physicochemical parameters, pollution, pozzolan, trickling filter, wastewater treatment
For citation: Hamidi A., Belarbi F., Bouchelkia H., Bouchenak Khelladi R.M. 2022. Performance of pozzolan in trickling filter for secondary treatment of urban wastewater in Tlemcen, Algeria. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 166–177. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142318.


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Effect of a static magnetic field on Saccharomyces cerevisiae growth in wastewater containing phenol and p-chlorophenol
Anna Rutkowska-Narożniak, Elżbieta Pajor

Key words: p-chlorophenol, phenol, proliferation, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, static magnetic field, wastewater
For citation: Rutkowska-Narożniak A., Pajor E.2022. Effect of a static magnetic field on Saccharomyces cerevisiae growth in wastewater containing phenol and p-chlorophenol. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 178–184. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142319.


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Soil erosion prediction and risk assessment using RUSLE model and GIS techniques in the Nangka watershed
Yusron Saadi, Sus Mardiana, Eko Pradjoko

Key words: conservation measures, erosion hazard level, GIS techniques, RUSLE, soil erosion, watershed
For citation: Saadi Y., Mardiana S., Pradjoko E. 2022. Soil erosion prediction and risk assessment using RUSLE model and GIS techniques in the Nangka watershed. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 185–191. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142320.


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Lead and cadmium content in wheat grain from different regions of Poland and risk analysis
Renata Jędrzejczak, Wiesława Ręczajska

Key words: contamination, Poland, risk analysis of excessive content, toxic metals, wheat
For citation: Jędrzejczak R., Ręczajska W. 2022. Lead and cadmium content in wheat grain from different regions of Poland and risk analysis. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 192–199. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142321.


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Agroecological assessment of agricultural soils fertility in the Iglinsky region, the Russian Federation
Anna Kiseleva, Ilgiz Asylbaev, Ayrat Khasanov, Ramil Mirsayapov, Nadezhda Kurmasheva

Key words: digital map, humus, morphological properties, particle size distribution, phosphorus, soil fertility
For citation: Kiseleva A., Asylbaev I., Khasanov A., Mirsayapov R., Kurmasheva N. 2022. Agroecological assessment of agricultural soils fertility in the Iglinsky region, the Russian Federation. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 200–205. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142322.


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Plant secondary metabolites as defenses: A review
Herlina Jusuf, Marischa Elveny, Feruza Azizova, Rustem A. Shichiyakh, Dmitriy Kulikov, Muataz M. Al-Taee, Karrar K. Atiyah, Abduladheem T. Jalil, Surendar Aravindhan

Key words: alkaloids, flavonoids, phenolics, plant pathogens, secondary metabolites
For citation: Jusuf H., Elveny M., Azizova F., Shichiyakh R. A., Kulikov D., Al-Taee M. M., Atiyah K. K., Jalil T., Aravindhan S. 2022. Plant secondary metabolites as defenses: A review. Federation. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 206–211. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142323.


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Public attitude towards graywater reuse: Gaza Strip as a case study
Ramadan Alkhatib

Key words: Gaza, graywater, reuse, social attitude
For citation: Alkhatib R. 2022. Public attitude towards graywater reuse: Gaza Strip as a case study. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 212–219. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142324.


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Evaluation of the operational effectiveness and feasibility of small-scale water supply systems in the hinterlands in Ethiopia: Case of Afar Regional State
Melese C. Shumie

Key words: hand-dug wells, roof water harvesting, rural communities, water management, water supply
For citation: Shumie M. C. 2022. Evaluation of the operational effectiveness and feasibility of small-scale water supply systems in the hinterlands in Ethiopia: Case of Afar Regional State. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 220–228. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142325.


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The eco-hydraulics base as flood mitigation to overcome erosion and sedimentation problems: A case study in the Lae Kombih River, Indonesia
Ziana Ziana, Azmeri Azmeri, Alfiansyah Yulianur, Ella Meilianda

Key words: eco-hydraulics, erosion, riverbank, sedimentation, vegetation diameter
For citation: Ziana Z., Azmeri A., Yulianur A., Meilianda E. 2022. The eco-hydraulics base as flood mitigation to overcome erosion and sedimentation problems: A case study in Lae Kombih River, Indonesia. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 229–239. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142326.


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The study of the local scour behaviour due to interference between abutment and two shapes of a bridge pier
Noor A.A. Muhsen, Saleh I. Khassaf

Key words: local scour, pier shape, scour interference, spacing effect, vertical wall abutment
For citation: Muhsen N. A. A., Khassaf S. I. 2022. The study of the local scour behaviour due to interference between abutment and two shapes of a bridge pier. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 240–250. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142327.


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Adaptive characteristics of plants in the conditions of technogenic pollution
Nursulu Akhtaeva, Elmira Boribay, Akmaral Nurmakhanova, Bekzat Tynybekov, Zhanar Moldagazyyeva

Key words: anatomical structure, contaminated areas, mesophyll, soil, technogenic radionuclides
For citation: Akhtaeva N., Boribay E., Nurmakhanova A., Tynybekov B., Moldagazyyeva Z. 2022. Adaptive characteristics of plants in the conditions of technogenic pollution. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 251–258. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142328.


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Evaluating four remote sensing based models to estimate latent heat flux in semi-arid climate for heterogeneous surface coverage of western Algeria
Tewfik A. Oualid, Abderrahmane Hamimed, Abdelkader Khaldi

Key words: Algeria, energy balance, evapotranspiration, Landsat, METRIC, SPARSE, TIM, TSEB
For citation: Oualid A. T., Hamimed A., Khaldi A. 2022. Evaluating four remote sensing based models to estimate latent heat flux in semi-arid climate for heterogeneous surface coverage of western Algeria. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 259–275. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142329.


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The influence of fertilisation on the water-salt regime in the conditions of the Mugan-Salyan massif, Azerbaijan
Mustafa Mustafayev, Zulfiya Tukenova, Mereke Alimzhanova, Kazhybek Ashimuly, Farid Mustafayev

Key words: convective diffusion, forecast, ground water, irrigation norm, reclamation, salinity soils
For citation: Mustafayev M., Tukenova Z., Alimzhanova M., Ashimuly K., Mustafayev F. 2022. The influence of fertilisation on the water-salt regime in the conditions of the Mugan-Salyan massif, Azerbaijan. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 55 p. 276–285. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2022.142330.


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