No 56 - Journal of Water and Land Development

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Volume 56 (2023): Issue 1
1
Soil properties and crop yields as influenced by the frequency of straw incorporation in a rape-wheat-triticale rotation
Janusz Smagacz, Stefan Martyniuk

Key words: crop rotation, grain yield, soil organic matter, straw application
For citation: Smagacz, J. and Martyniuk, S. (2023) “Soil properties and crop yields as influenced by the frequency of straw incorporation in rape-wheat-triticale rotation” Journal of Water and Land Development,56,pp. 1–6. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143737.


2
Effect of Tytanit on selected morphological, physiological and chemical characteristics of Lolium multiflorum dry matter
Jacek Sosnowski, Barbara Wróbel, Milena Truba

Key words: chlorophyll pigments, macronutrients, morphometry, organic compounds, photosynthetic activity, ryegrass, titanium
For citation: Sosnowski, J., Wróbel, B. and Truba, M. (2023) “Effect of Tytanit on selected morphological, physiological and chemical characteristics of Loliummultiflorum dry matter” Journal of Water and Land Development,56, pp. 7–13. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143738.


3
Calculation of effective hydraulic parameters of concrete irrigation canals
Alisher Fatxulloyev, Qudratjon Rakhimov, Davronjon Allayorov, Luqmon Samiev, Makhsud Otakhonov

Key words: canal bottom relative width, concrete canal, irrigation canal, sediment transport capacity, sedimentation tank, the best hydraulic section, trapezoidal shape
For citation: Fatxulloyev, A. et al. (2023) “Calculation of effective hydraulic parameters of concrete irrigation canals” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 14–20. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143739.


4
Natural coagulation as an alternative to raw water treatment
Angel Villabona-Ortíz, Candelaria Tejada-Tovar, Rodrigo Ortega-Toro, Natalia Licona Dager, Marta Millan Anibal

Key words: agitation speed, coagulant concentration, flocculation, turbid waters, yam
For citation: Villabona-Ortíz, Á. et al. (2023) “Natural coagulation as an alternative to raw water treatment” Journal of Water and Land Development,56, pp. 21–26. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143740.


5
Nitrogen relationships in Polish cropping systems
Antoni Faber, Zuzanna Jarosz, Anna Jędrejek, Jerzy Kopiński

Key words: crops, nitrogen, trends, use efficiency, surplus
For citation: Faber, A. et al. (2023) “Nitrogen relationships in Polish cropping systems” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 27–36. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143741.


6
The study of the fertilising power of urban sludge from the Dar Gueddari Wastewater Treatment Plant: Case of maize (Zea mays)
Hajar Griou, Smail Njimat, Fouad El Fettahi, Samira Ait Lhaj Lhcen, Mohammed Aboulouafa, Said Ibn Ahmed

Key words: agronomic parameters, crop yield, Dar Gueddari sewage, dry matter, fertilisation, urban sludge
For citation: Griou,H.et al. (2023) “The study of the fertilising power of urban sludge from the Dar Gueddari Wastewater Treatment Plant: Case of maize (Zea mays)” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 37–44. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143742.


7
Waste as substrates for agricultural biogas plants: A case study from Poland
Wojciech Czekała, Jakub Pulka, Tomasz Jasiński, Piotr Szewczyk, Wiktor Bojarski, Jan Jasiński

Key words: biofuels, biogas plant, circular economy, renewable energy, waste management, waste to energy
For citation: Czekała, W. et al. (2023) “Waste as substrates for agricultural biogas plants: A case study from Poland” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 45–50. DOI 10.24425/jwld.2023.143743.


8
Cross-waves and pulsating flows in the side-channel spillway – an experimental approach
Azmeri Azmeri, Chairatun Ummah, Faris Zahran Jemi, Imam Faudli, Qurratul 'Aini Benti Nasaiy

Key words: cross-waves, hydrodynamic force, physical model, pulsating flow, side-channel spillway
For citation: Azmeri, A. et al. (2023) “Cross-waves and pulsating flows in the side-channel spillway – an experimental approach” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 51–57. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143744.


9
The effect of silage additive on the kinetics of biogas production from lignocellulosic perennial crops
Marta Kupryś-Caruk, Aleksander Lisowski, Chrystian Chomontowski

Key words: anaerobic digestion, biogas production, Gompertz model, lactic acid bacteria, methane yield, silage
For citation: Kupryś-Caruk M., Lisowski A., Chomontowski Ch. (2023) “The effect of silage additive on the kinetics of biogas production from lignocellulosic perennial crops,” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 58–66. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143745.


10
Evaluating the suitability of a new telemetric capacitance-based measurement system for real-time application in irrigation and fertilization management
Waldemar Treder, Krzysztof Klamkowski, Anna Tryngiel-Gać, Katarzyna Wójcik

Key words: electrical conductivity, fertigation, salinity, soil moisture
For citation: Treder, W. et al. (2023) “Evaluating the suitability of a new telemetric capacitance-based measurement system for real-time application in irrigation and fertilization management” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 67–73. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143746.


11
Ecological assessment of soil contamination with heavy metals due to the application of mineral fertilisers
Naziya Suleimenova, Ainura Togisbayeva, Gulnar Orynbasarova, Elnara Kuandykova, Svetlana Yerekeyeva

Key words: application, assessment, cultivation technology, heavy metals, mineral fertilisers, soil ecology, soil pollution, soybean, use of fertilisers, yield
For citation: Suleimenova, N.et al. (2023) “Ecological assessment of soil contamination with heavy metals due to the application of mineral fertilisers” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 74–80. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143747.


12
Genetic variation of arta populations  (Calligonum polygonoides subsp. comosum) in Egypt:  Genepools for biodiversity and afforestation
Ehab M.B. Mahdy, Rehab M. Rizk

Key words: afforestation, biodiversity conservation, Calligonum polygonoides, genetic diversity
For citation: Mahdy, E.M.B. and Rizk, R.M. (2023) “Genetic variation of arta populations (Calligonumpolygonoides subsp. comosum) in Egypt: Genepools for biodiversity and afforestation” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 81–90. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143748.


13
Influence of the manner of water discharge from dam reservoirs on downstream water quality
Maksymilian Cieśla, Renata Gruca-Rokosz

Key words: dam, environmental pollution, organic matter, retention reservoirs, suspended sediment, water quality, water resources
For citation: Cieśla, M. and Gruca-Rokosz, R. (2023) "Influence of the manner of water discharge from dam reservoirs on downstream water quality” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 91–101. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143749.


14
Quantification of solid particle transport in suspension in a stream: Case of Wadi Zeddine Ain-Defla, Algeria
Zohir Bouleknafet, Omar Elahcene

Key words: Algeria, concentration of sediment, erosion, liquid flow, solid flow, suspension, Wadi Zeddine
For citation: Bouleknafet, Z. and Elahcene, O. (2023) “Quantification of solid particle transport in suspension in a stream: Case of Wadi Zeddine Ain-Defla, Algeria,” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 102–108. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143750.


15
Assessment of trace elements pollution in snow piles removed from residential areas in Perm, Russia
Evgeniya Ushakova, Elena Menshikova, Tatiana Karavaeva, Alexey Puzik, Margarita Volkova, Sergey Vaganov

Key words: contamination level, de-icing agents, phytotoxicity, pollution sources, snow quality
For citation: Ushakova, E. et al. (2023) “Assessment of trace elements pollution in snow piles removed from residential areas in Perm, Russia” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 109–117. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143751.


16
Screening of sweet and grain sorghum genotypes for green biomass production in different regions of Kazakhstan
Rauan Zhapayev, Kristina Toderich, Gulya Kunypiyaeva, Meruyert Kurmanbayeva, Mustafa Mustafayev, Zhumagali Ospanbayev, Aiman Omarova, Adil Kusmangazinov

Key words: biomass, collection, drought-tolerance, plant height, Sorghum bicolor, variety
For citation: Zhapayev, R.et al. (2023) “Screening of sweet and grain sorghum genotypes for green biomass production in different regions of Kazakhstan” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 118–126. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143752.


17
The impact of water quality on the availability of phytoplankton and growth of Litopenaeus vannamei
Muhammad Musa, Auliarifka A. Thoyibah, Dyah A. Puspitaningtyas, Sulastri Arsad, Mohammad Mahmudi, Evellin D. Lusiana, Maftuch Maftuch, Agus S. Huda

Key words: algae, aquaculture, canonical correspondence analysis (CCA), dynamics of water quality, principal component analysis (PCA), Vannamei shrimp
For citation: Musa, M.et al. (2023) “The impact of water quality on the availability of phytoplankton and growth of Litopenaeusvannamei” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 127–135. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143753.


18
Drug resistance profile and detection of genes responsible for methicillin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from municipal waste
Katarzyna Wolny-Koładka

Key words: drug resistance, mecA gene, methicillin resistance, municipal waste, Staphylococcus aureus
For citation: Wolny-Koładka, K. (2023) “Drug resistance profile and detection of genes responsible for methicillin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from municipal waste” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 136–141. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143754.


19
Effect of proline and humic acid application in salinity stress mitigation on some vegetables in hydroponics
Ahmed I. Abd-Elhakim

Key words: courgette, drip irrigation, mist irrigation, spinach, yield
For citation: Abd-Elhakim, A.I. (2023) “Effect of proline and humic acid application in salinity stress mitigation on some vegetables in hydroponics” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 142–152. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143755.


20
The assessment of water quality and human health risk from pollution of chosen heavy metals in the Upstream Citarum River, Indonesia
Nurul Fahimah, Indah R.S. Salami, Katharina Oginawati, Septian H. Susetyo, Agam Tambun, Asep N. Ardiwinata, Sukarjo Sukarjo

Key words: Citarum River, heavy metals, human health risk, water quality
For citation: Fahimah, N. et al. (2023) "The assessment of water quality and human health risk from pollution of chosen heavy metals in the Upstream Citarum River, Indonesia”  Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 153–163. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143756.


21
The use of agro-industrial residues of coffee (Coffea arabica) for the removal of mercury from water
Candelaria N. Tejada-Tovar, María M. Rocha-Caicedo, Isabel C. Paz-Astudillo

Key words: agro-industrial residue, bioadsorption, encapsulation, heavy metals, isotherms
For citation: Tejada-Tovar, C.N., Rocha-Caicedo, M.M. and Paz-Astudillo, I.C. (2023) “The use of agro-industrial residues of coffee (Coffeaarabica) for the removal of mercury from water” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 164–171. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143757.


22
Space-time quantification of aboveground net primary productivity service supply capacity in high Andean bofedales using remote sensors
Deyvis Cano, Astrid Crispin, María Custodio, Fernán Chanamé, Richard Peñaloza, Samuel Pizarro

Key words: aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP), bofedales, ecosystem services, high Andean wetlands, MODIS, Monteith model, productivity, remote sensing, supply capacity
For citation: Cano, D.et al. (2023) “Space-time quantification of aboveground net primary productivity service supply capacity in high Andean bofedales using remote sensors”  Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 172–181. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143758.


23
An empirical model of rainfall intensity as a function of rainfall duration and probability of occurrence
Donny Harisuseno, Linda Prasetyorini, Jadfan S. Fidari, Dian Chandrasasi

Key words: empirical model, probability of occurrence, rainfall duration, rainfall intensity, recurrence interval
For citation: Harisuseno, D. et al. (2023) “An empirical model of rainfall intensity as a function of rainfall duration and probability of occurrence” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 182–193. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143759.


24
Optimisation of crop rotations: A case study for corn growing practices in forest-steppe of Ukraine
Mykhailo Romashchenko, Vsevolod Bohaienko, Andrij Shatkovskyi, Roman Saidak, Tetiana Matiash, Volodymyr Kovalchuk

Key words: combinatorial optimisation, corn, crop rotation, genetic algorithms
For citation: Romashchenko, M. et al. (2023) “Optimisation of crop rotations: A case study for corn growing practices in forest-steppe of Ukraine” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 194–202. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143760.


25
Determination of groundwater recharge–discharge zone to support water resources in Galur–Lendah area, Indonesia
T. Listyani R.A., Ignatius A. Prabowo, Wayan Suparta

Key words: discharge, groundwater, recharge, spatial, zonation
For citation: Listyani, T. R.A., Prabowo, I.A. and Suparta, W. (2023) “Determination of groundwater recharge–discharge zone to support water resources in Galur–Lendah area, Indonesia” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 203–214. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143761.


26
Ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in the Sidi Boughaba Lake, Morocco
Mohamed Najy, Fatima Z. Talbi, Hassan Ech-Chafay, Omar Akkaoui, Mohamed Lachhab, Abderrahman Achhar, Nordine Nouayti, Driss Belghyti

Key words: contamination factor, ecological risk assessment, heavy metal, lake, Morocco, Sidi Boughaba
For citation: Najy, M. et al. (2023) “Ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in the SidiBoughaba Lake, Morocco” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 215–219. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143762.


27
Monthly changes in physicochemical parameters of the groundwater in Nida valley, Poland (case study)
Cong Ngoc Phan, Andrzej Strużyński, Tomasz Kowalik

Key words: groundwater, Nida valley, physicochemical water property, statistical method, water quality classification
For citation: Ngoc Phan, C., Strużyński, A. and Kowalik, T. (2023) “Monthly changes in physicochemical parameters of the groundwater in Nida valley, Poland (case study)” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 220–234. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143763.


28
Investments in small retention as a factor influencing land-use changes. A case study of Poland
Marcin Feltynowski

Key words: building permits, investment process, land-use planning, reservoirs, spatial correlation
For citation: Feltynowski, M. (2023) “Investments in small retention as a factor influencing land-use changes. A case study of Poland” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 235–241. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143764.


29
The pollution of surface water in the agricultural catchment against the background of agrarian structure and production intensity
Stanisław K. Lach, Agnieszka Kowalczyk, Marek T. Kopacz, Zbigniew Kowalewski, Mateusz Jakubiak, Robert Mazur, Beata Grabowska-Polanowska

Key words: agrarian structure, intensive agricultural production, land use, surface water quality, Szreniawa River catchment
For citation: Lach, S.K. et al. (2023) ”The pollution of surface water in the agricultural catchment against the background of agrarian structure and production intensity” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 242–248. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143765.


30
Remote sensing monitoring of irrigated areas from 1972 to 2018 in the Guigou Plain, Middle Atlas, Morocco
Abdelaziz El-Bouhali, Adeline Cotonnec, Sébastien Lebaut, Mhamed Amyay, Alban Thomas, Khadija El Ouazani Ech-Chahdi, Mohamed Laouanne, Emmanuel Gille

Key words: irrigated crops, land use, Middle Atlas, Morocco, remote sensing
For citation: El-Bouhali, A.et al. (2023) “Remote sensing monitoring of irrigated areas from 1972 to 2018 in the Guigou Plain, Middle Atlas, Morocco” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 249–261. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143766.


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Hydrochemical conditions of three lakes located in the West Pomeranian region in the annual cycle
Agnieszka Tórz, Małgorzata Bonisławska, Arkadiusz Nędzarek, Agnieszka Rybczyk, Adam Tański

Key words: eutrophication, nitrogen, nutrients, phosphorus
For citation: Tórz, A. et al. (2023) “Hydrochemical conditions of three lakes located in the West Pomeranian region in the annual cycle” Journal of Water and Land Development, 56, pp. 262–274. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24425/jwld.2023.143767.


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