Countermeasures Against the Secondary Salinization Due to Irrigated Lands and Cases Study
SHEN Wan bin, DONG De ming, BAO Guo zhang (Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Jilin University, Changchun, 130023, P.R.China) YU Mu qing, TIAN Wei, SUN Dao wei (Changchun Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chan
In this paper, based on the analysis of different case's study, the countermeasures against the secondary salinization due to different irrigated lands are presented in detail. It is considered that the salts companies water flow to enter soils but can not be easily removed from the soils by water flow. Increasing the efficiency of the irrigated water, developing the drainage system and establishing the salt water land treatment system, the sustainable development in irrigated lands can be guaranteed.