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Protection and economic sustainable development of water resources on the middle route of south- to-north water transfer project of water district

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4 Author(s)
Zhong-wang Zhang ; Department of Geography, Xiangfan University, Xiangyang, 441053, China ; Li Wen ; Ying-shi Xu ; Hua-jun Jiang

Shiyan city is a major water source area of middle route project in Hubei province, the water quality and quantity can satisfied with the diversion requirements essentially, but there are some restricted factors hold the project in poor efficiency, such as soil erosion, water pollution, immigrant resettlement, poverty and backwardness and so on, in order to realize that “clean water flow into the reservoir” and “ whole the clean reservoir water flow northward”, we should consider the water environmental protection and sustainable development of water resources as the critical factor. This paper introduces the environmental conditions of water resources in Shiyan city, and discusses the correlation between the water resources protection and sustainable development of water resources, then analyzes the restricted issues of the water resources and environment, eventually, we put forward the countermeasures of water resources protection and economic sustainable development.

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Water Resource and Environmental Protection (ISWREP), 2011 International Symposium on  (Volume:1 )

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20-22 May 2011