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Flow rate changes of drippers with dilutions of treated water produced by oil exploration in the Brazilian semiarid region
Australian Journal of Crop Science
The liquid residue called "produced water" from the exploitation of oil in the ground and sea is generated in large volumes and has significant polluting potential. In the Brazilian semiarid region, this liquid can be applied to the agricultural lands, if properly treated and applied to the soil by dripping. It is an alternative that can mitigate water scarcity and impacts on the environment. However, the vulnerability of drippers to clogging is a problem and can be mitigated with the dilutiondoi:10.21475/ajcs.21.15.06.p2754 fatcat:g434bjmn5fcidl7o6zfk44dw3u