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《South-to-north Water Transfers and Water Science & Technology》 2003-01
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Exploring an Ecological Benefit of South - to - North Water Transfers for Rehabilitating Groundwater Systems in The North China Plain

LIU Chang - ming ( Shijiazhuang Institute of Agricultural Modernization, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shijiazhuang 050021, China)  
This paper deals with possible ecological effect of constructing the South - to - North Water Transfers on the rehabilitation of groundwater depletion in the North China Plain (NCP). It is one of the largest alluvial plains in China. With rapid development of cities and industries the excessive exploitation of groundwater in the NCP has led to an annual decline of groundwater table around 0. 5 - 1 meters as a consequence it has resulted in a number eco - environmental issues such as water shortage, land subsidence, sea water intrusion and so on. In order to save groundwater resources the author of this paper suggested to develop groundwater recharge by possibly using the transferred water from the South - to - North Water Transfers, the middle route and east route projects for a long term operation period of water conveyance in the future. Finally, the author suggested the technical approach and institutional framework to realize the feasibility for its idea.
【Fund】: 河北省科技厅项目(49890330)
【CateGory Index】: TV68;X171
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