Research on Optimal Allocation of Water Resources in Binzhou Based on Sustainable Development
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- Water resources; Cities; Sustainable development; Optimal allocation
Sustainable utilization of water resources in Binzhou was studied through the ecological footprint theory.All kinds of water resources were ecological surplus in 2012.The production water surplus was the largest, which was 0.1370hm2 per capita.The ecological water surplus was the smallest, which was 0.0040hm2 per capita.The total ecological surplus was 0.1498hm2 per capita.This indicated that the water resources utilization of Binzhou was sustainable.The optimal allocation of water resources of Binzhou was studied through the model. By 2020, the main water used in Binzhou will be agriculture, accounting for 72%.The followed is industry water, accounting for 17%. The proportion of living water and ecology water are 7% and 4% respectively. By 2030, the main water used in Binzhou will be still agriculture.The proportion falls down to 66%.The industry water increase greatly.The proportion of ecology water will not increase obviously, but the amount increases. At the end of this paper, suggestions for sustainable utilization of water resources was proposed.This paper has a great significance for the exploitation and utilization of water resources in local cities.
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TY - CONF AU - Jinfang Sun AU - Miaomiao Cui AU - Hui Liang AU - Long Han AU - Wei Liu PY - 2018/05 DA - 2018/05 TI - Research on Optimal Allocation of Water Resources in Binzhou Based on Sustainable Development BT - Proceedings of the 2018 3rd International Conference on Automation, Mechanical Control and Computational Engineering (AMCCE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 747 EP - 751 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/amcce-18.2018.130 DO - 10.2991/amcce-18.2018.130 ID - Sun2018/05 ER -