Water Resource Management
GIS is a familiar tool for those managing water resources for agricultural and conservation purposes. It can help establish agricultural water rights, support the application for drilling permits for irrigation purposes, and track water rights transactions.
It can also be used to plot the loss of water from soil drainage and unlined canals, as well as help determine the suitability, cost-effectiveness, and prioritization of canal piping projects.
See how agricultural organizations benefit from the use of geographic analysis and GIS.
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