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A study of water-land environment carrying capacity for a river basin

A study of water-land environment carrying capacity for a river basin

Water Science and Technology 42(3/4): 389-396

The concept of driving force-state-response (DSR) framework was used to identify and develop the assessment model of water-land environment carrying capacity (WLECC) for a river basin. The river basin water-land management (RBWLM) decision support system was developed, based on the assessment model of WLECC, as a decision making tool. The Chung-Kang river basin, located in northern Taiwan, was used as a case study to generate a sustainable water-land management strategy.

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