By Katharina Fricke (auth.)
Located in a slender grassland hall among the semi-desert and a mountain variety in Northwest China, the learn zone Urumqi area is regardless of its semi-arid weather in a comparatively beneficial hydrological scenario. The close by mountains supply water for settlements and agriculture, making human improvement attainable within the first position. a result of improvement of agriculture, inhabitants and economic climate over the last sixty years and the expanding water intake, a requirement- and population-driven water shortage exists this day and is predicted to irritate. while, the results of weather switch and land use variations at the hydrological method and the water availability are doubtful. This learn evaluates the new and destiny scenario by way of combining a hydrological water stability version for the simulation of the water provide in line with eventualities of weather and land use swap with a socio-economic version for projecting the longer term water call for together with envisioned development of inhabitants and economy.
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Analysis and Modelling of Water Supply and Demand Under Climate Change, Land Use Transformation and Socio-Economic Development: The Water Resource Challenge and Adaptation Measures for Urumqi Region, Northwest China by Katharina Fricke (auth.)