Evaluation Method of Daily Endogenous Renewable Water Resources for Administrative Region
Abstract: This paper describes an assessment method of daily endogenous renewable water resources for admin-istrative region based on observation precipitation. Analysis of endogenous renewable water resources could help managers recognize the affluence amount of the regional water resources, or the water demand from rivers, groundwater or cross-regional water transfer; while daily scale could present more information which might be covered in monthly scale and yearly scale. In the background of the most stringent water management system, this method provides a new way in water supply and demand bal-ance analysis for the administrative management of water resources.
文章引用: 陈 玺 , 戴明龙 , 吕孙云 (2016) 行政区逐日内生可更新水资源量评估方法研究。 水资源研究， 5， 409-414. doi: 10.12677/JWRR.2016.54047
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