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Planning, monitoring and evaluation of sustainable, efficient and cost effective water use in agriculture irrigation supported in the use of remote sensing in Mexico

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Remote sensing –Beyond images …

Remote sensing –Beyond images
Mexico 14-15 December 2013

The workshop was organized by CIMMYT Global Conservation Agriculture Program (GCAP) and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), the Mexican Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), CGIAR Research Program on Maize, the Cereal System Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) and the Sustainable Modernization of the Traditional Agriculture (MasAgro)

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  • 1. Asociación Nacional de Especialistas en Irrigación Workshop: Remote Sensing - Beyond Images Irrigation scheme managers PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION SUPPORTED IN THE USE OF REMOTE SENSING IN MEXICO MÉXICO, XXI CENTURY, CHANGES IN THE PARADIGMS By E. Mejía, J.M. Espinosa & E. Mejía December 14, 2013
  • 2. I. INTRODUCTION In the twentieth century, water was considered as part of the national problem. In the twenty-first century water is the National Priority, considering its quantity and quality.
  • 3. II. THE WATER IN MEXICO WATER SUPPLY IN MEXICO: WATERSHED COMBINED USE GROUNDWATER AQUIFERS OF SURFACE WATER AND
  • 4. II. THE WATER IN MEXICO WATER DEMAND IN MEXICO
  • 5. III. HYDRO-AGRICULTURAL SECTOR 85 Irrigation Districts Over 40,000 Irrigation Units 23 Technified Rainfed Districts
  • 6. III. HYDRO-AGRICULTURAL SECTOR Biologica l Weathe r SOIL Profitableness ($) (SUSTAINBLE) Investment $ Social Infrastructur e AgroTechnologyManagement Market Distribution
  • 7. IV. PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE NATIONAL REGIONAL WATERSHED AQUIFER IRRIGATION DISTRICT OR IRRIGATION UNIT FARM
  • 8. IV. PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE
  • 9. IV. PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE
  • 10. V. SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT FOR IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GIS Farm and infrastructure level Verification sown with satellite imagery per farm Daily balance of humidity in the plot through climate information Operation: User registry and hydrometry Financial evaluation Integration of volumes required to checkpoint Volumes of water available from the different sources GIS of investments made Irrigation plan Operation of water supply and conveyance canals Evaluation of irrigation requirements Planting permits Climate and historical information Weeklymonitoring of the Irrigation Plan Operation Crop information Evaluation Harvest Planning Methodological proposal for the comprehensive management of the Irrigation Districts of Mexico.
  • 11. V. SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT FOR IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GIS Farm and infrastructure level Verification sown with satellite imagery per farm Daily balance of humidity in the farm through climate information Operation: User registry and hydrometry Financial evaluation Integration of volumes required to checkpoint Volumes of water available from the different sources GIS of investments made Irrigation plan Operation of water supply and conveyance canals Evaluation of irrigation requirements Planting permits Climate and historical information Weeklymonitoring of the Irrigation Plan Operation Crop information Evaluation Harvest Planning Methodological proposal for the comprehensive management of the Irrigation Districts of Mexico.
  • 12. VI. EVALUATION IN HYDRO-AGRICULTURAL SECTOR FARM
  • 13. VII. PROGRESS IN MOTION FOR PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND COST EFFECTIVE WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE By 2013 the National Water Commission (CONAGUA) has a large support information (infrastructure, land registry, user registry, satellite images and sources use): • Model of GIS to farm level for the 85 Irrigation Districts (SIGDIR). • Model of Geographical Information Systems for more than one million 600 thousand hectares in Irrigation Units (SIGUR). • Basic information about Technified Rainfed Districts. The challenge is to have cadastral models for the 9.2 million hectares representing jointly Irrigation Districts, Irrigation Units Districs and Technified Rainfed Districts.
  • 14. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 15. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 16. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 17. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 18. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 19. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 20. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)
  • 21. VIII. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIGDIR)