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vulnerabilityofwaterresourcesanditsspatialheterogeneityinhaiheriverbasinchina
Xia Jun1; Chen Junxu1; Weng Jianwu2; Yu Lei3; Qi Junyu4; Liao Qiang1
2014
Source Publicationchinesegeographicalscience
ISSN1002-0063
Volume24Issue:5Pages:525
AbstractTo manage water resources effectively, a multiscale assessment of the vulnerability of water resources on the basis of political boundaries and watersheds is necessary. This study addressed issues on the vulnerability of water resources and provided a multiscale comparison of spatial heterogeneity under a climate change background. Using improved quantitative evaluation methods of vulnerability, the Theil index and the Shannon-Weaver index, we evaluated the vulnerability of water resources and its spatial heterogeneity in the Haihe River Basin in four scales, namely, second-class water resource regions (Class ⅡWRRs), third-class water resource regions (Class Ⅲ WRRs), Province-Class ⅡWRRs, and Province-Class Ⅲ WRRs. Results show that vulnerability enhances from the north to south in the different scales, and shows obvious spatial heterogeneity instead of moving toward convergence in multiscale assessment results. Among the Class Ⅱ WRRs, the Tuhai-Majia River is the most vulnerable area, and the vulnerability of the Luanhe River is lower than that of the north of the Haihe River Basin, which in turn is lower than that of the south of the Haihe River Basin. In the scales of Class Ⅲ WRRs and Province-Class Ⅲ WRRs, the vulnerability shows obvious spatial heterogeneity and diversity measured by the Theil index and the Shannon-Weaver index. Multiscale vulnerability assessment results based on political boundaries and the watersheds of the Haihe River Basin innovatively provided in this paper are important and useful to characterize the real spatial pattern of the vulnerability of water resources and improve water resource management.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/102650
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
2.Zhejiang Economic Information Center
3.Haihe River Water Conservancy Committee
4.新不伦瑞克大学
First Author Affilication中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
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Xia Jun,Chen Junxu,Weng Jianwu,et al. vulnerabilityofwaterresourcesanditsspatialheterogeneityinhaiheriverbasinchina[J]. chinesegeographicalscience,2014,24(5):525.
APA Xia Jun,Chen Junxu,Weng Jianwu,Yu Lei,Qi Junyu,&Liao Qiang.(2014).vulnerabilityofwaterresourcesanditsspatialheterogeneityinhaiheriverbasinchina.chinesegeographicalscience,24(5),525.
MLA Xia Jun,et al."vulnerabilityofwaterresourcesanditsspatialheterogeneityinhaiheriverbasinchina".chinesegeographicalscience 24.5(2014):525.
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