Flood Resources Utilization in the Yangtze River Basin

; Zhiyu Zhong ; Qiang Zou ; Yi Ding ; Lin Yang ; Xue Luo

This book is highly informative and carefully presented, providing scientific insights into the flood resources utilization in the Yangtze River Basin both for scholars and decision-makers. The book is for the purpose of analyzing the potential utilization of flood resources in the Yangtze River Basin and exploring effective ways to put forward the countermeasures against the risks. Les mer
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This book is highly informative and carefully presented, providing scientific insights into the flood resources utilization in the Yangtze River Basin both for scholars and decision-makers. The book is for the purpose of analyzing the potential utilization of flood resources in the Yangtze River Basin and exploring effective ways to put forward the countermeasures against the risks. Major objectives of this book include: (1) revealing the characteristics of the inflow and the sediment variation in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, quantitatively evaluating the potential utilization of the flood resources in the Yangtze River and demonstrating the feasibility of its utilization in the Basin; (2) proposing the necessity and feasibility of utilizing the flood resources by the Three Gorges Project; (3) shedding new light on the characteristics of the flood resources, presenting different methods of flood resources utilization in different regions over the Basin and raising the overall risk-optimized strategies of the flood resources utilization in the Yangtze River; (4) analyzing the risk of flood resources utilization for the Three Gorges Project regarding flood control, sediment, ecology, etc., and putting forward the risk-optimized countermeasures of flood resources utilization for the Three Gorges Project.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction.- Necessity of the research.- General situation of the Yangtze River Basin.- Characteristic and Variation Analysis of Water and Sediment in Yangtze River Basin.- Feasibility Study of Flood Resources Utilization in Yangtze River Basin.- Feasibility Study on Flood Resources Utilization of the Three Gorges Project.- Study on flood resources utilization and risk countermeasures in the Yangtze River Basin.- Study on the Floating of the Operating Water Level of the Three Gorges Project in Flood Season.- Study on Small Flood Dispatching Mode in the Three Gorges Project.- Study on early impoundment at the end of flood season for the Three Gorges Project.- Study on the Risk Measures of Flood Resources Utilization in the three Gorges Project.- Conclusions and Suggestions.

Om forfatteren

Shouren Zheng is working at Changjiang River Water Conservancy Commission. He has been engaged in the planning and design of the Changjiang River Basin and major water conservancy projects for a long time. He has published more than 60 papers and 4 books.



Zhiyu Zhong is working at Changjiang River Water Conservancy Commission. He has made in-depth studies in the fields of integrated basin planning, flood control planning, water resources planning, flood control system dispatching, etc. He has published more than 50 papers and 3 books.



Qiang Zou is working at Changjiang Institute of Survey, Planning, Design and Research. His main areas of interest are river basin flood resources utilization, joint operation of cascade reservoirs and flood risk analysis.



Yi Ding is working at Changjiang Institute of Survey, Planning, Design and Research, and his main areas of interest are river basin flood resources utilization and planning and design of large water conservancy and hydropower projects.



Lin Yang is working at the Bureau of International Cooperation, Science and Technology of Changjiang Water Resources Commission. She graduated from Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering School of Hohai University and Energy School of IMT Lille Douai in France. She has been engaged in international cooperation and exchange and published 1 journal paper and 2 related translation books.





Xue Luo is working at Changjiang River Scientific Research Institute of Changjiang Water Resources Commission. She has engaged in international cooperation and foreign affairs of CRSRI after graduated from the University of Birmingham in UK. She has published 2 journal papers, 4 international conference papers, 4 translation papers and 1 book.