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Ecological civilization-based rethinking of large-scale immigration and land development along Shule River

CHANG Gen-ying;ZHANG Wen-xia;Key Laboratory of Western China's Environmental Systems with the Ministry of Education,Collaborative Innovation Centre for Arid Environments and Climate Change,Lanzhou University;  
The background of a land development project carried out by the government of Gansu Province between 1996 and 2005 was first introduced,and the rationality of this immigration was assessed by using ecological standards.It is argued here that this immigration project did not take into account the resource and environment carrying capability of Shule River,especially the carrying capability of water resources.Attention was not paid to vulnerable ecological environment as well.Immigration did lead to agricultural development in Shule River,but it is not easy to restore the ecological environment that had deteriorated greatly.
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