This book provides a comprehensive overview of the Yangtze River system and its water resources development and management.
From the perspectives of geology, hydrology, zoology, ecology, it discusses the Yangtze River's geological history and aquatic
environments, analyses the endangered species along the river basin, and reviews the effects of human hydrolytic activities
on its ecosystem. By studying the history of Yangtze River system and its water resources development, it provides insights
into the effects of evolution and human activities on the ecosystem of its basin, and offers strategic thoughts on conservation
and sustainable development of the Yangtze River.
Written by an author with extensive experience in the field,
this book is an invaluable reference resource for researchers interested in the Yangtze River.