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|Title: ||中國水資源與可持續發展 : 以三峽大壩為例|
|Other Titles: ||Water resource and sustainable development in China : a case study of Sanxia reservoir|
|Authors: ||蔡淑惠;Tsai, Shu-hui|
|Keywords: ||水資源、長江流域、水資源開發、三峽大壩;Water resource, the Yangtze Kiang basin, the development of water resource, the Three Gorges Dam|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:30:17 (UTC+8)|
The water and soil resources, as well as the economic power, of the Yangtze Kiang basin play a tremendous role in Mainland China; the Yangtze economy belt has become one of the most important bases of the manufacturing industry in the world. However, with the rapid growth in social and economic development along the Yangtze Kiang basin, comes the deteriorating ecological environment. As a result, how to properly develop and make use of the water resource in the river basin, get a balance between the resource and the environment, preserve and regulate the ecological environment, and enhance the capacity for sustainable development, are all at the center of our attention.
The purpose of this thesis is to explore and study the following subjects from the perspective of developing water resource: the impact of the Three Gorges Dam construction on the Yangtze Kiang basin, whether China’s developing hydroelectricity can preserve the environment, and why China needs to build the Three Gorges Dam to develop hydroelectricity. The study shows that, despite the inevitable impact on the surroundings, society, and economy that any major construction would bring about, the authorities of the Three Gorges Dam engineering have put much emphasis on the ecological environment and have therefore come up with a protocol on the environmental impact before nailing the Three Gorges Dam project down, and even make environment protection a fundamental national policy. In the history of dam building for the purpose of developing hydroelectricity, this is an example of success. The measures adopted in the Three Gorges Dam construction to protect the environment are very much worth our learning.
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究所] 學位論文|
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