Counter Measure Analysis And Water Resources Utilization About Ground Water Funnel In Cangzhou City, Huanghua Nandagang | 18453
Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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By monitoring the groundwater level in Cangzhou City, combined with the local hydrological and geological environment,
the reasons for groundwater funnel formation are analyzed. Strategies for water resources supply and demand are put
forward based on the concept of sustainable utilization of water resources, which provides reference for the development
and utilization of the groundwater resources. Hydrology is the study of water in the environment. Hydrology has evolved as
a science to try and understand the complex water systems of the Earth, to study and predict how water will behave under
different circumstances as it moves through the land phase of the water cycle. Water is one of the most important natural
resources and although plentiful, is not always in the right place at the right time or of the right quality. An overall aim of
hydrologists is to apply scientific knowledge and mathematical principles to mitigate water-related problems in society and
environmental protection. This may mean working out the best use of water supplies for cities or for irrigation, controlling
river flooding or soil erosion, protecting or cleaning up pollution, planning long-term water storage reservoirs, flood risk
assessment and flood/drought warning.
Rouyan Gong is an attended Graduate who has majored in Hydrology and Water Resources Summer School organized by Sun Yat-Sen University. She has
completed her undergraduate education at the age of 22 years from Shijiazhuang University of Economics. She has published 2 papers in Core journals.
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