Water Science and Engineering 2008, 1(3) 36-43  DOI:   10.3882/j.issn.1674-2370.2008.03.004   ISSN: 1674-2370 CN: 32-1785/TV

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Keywords
Taihu Basin
water resources distribution
water diversion from the Yangtze River to Taihu Lake
healthy rivers and lakes
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Hao-yun WU
Yan HU
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Maintaining healthy rivers and lakes through water diversion from Yangtze River to Taihu lake in Taihu Basin

Hao-yun WU;Yan HU

Taihu Basin Authority, Ministry of Water Resources, Shanghai 200434, P. R. China

Abstract

On the basis of the Taihu water resources assessment, an analysis of the importance and rationality of the water diversion from the Yangtze River to Taihu Lake in solving the water problem and establishing a harmonious eco-environment in the Taihu Basin is performed. The water quantity and water quality conjunctive dispatching decision-making support system, which ensures flood control, water supply and eco-aimed dispatching, is built by combining the water diversion with flood control dispatching and strengthening water resources monitoring and forecasting. With the practice and effect assessment, measures such as setting the integrated basin management format, further developing water diversion and improving the hydraulic engineering projects system and water monitoring system are proposed in order to maintain healthy rivers and guarantee the development of the economy and society in the Taihu Basin.

Keywords Taihu Basin   water resources distribution   water diversion from the Yangtze River to Taihu Lake   healthy rivers and lakes  
Received 2008-02-28 Revised 2008-09-01 Online:  
DOI: 10.3882/j.issn.1674-2370.2008.03.004
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