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Practice and sustainable development of oil and nature gas exploration and development in Ordos Basin

Hu Wenrui,Zhai Guangming

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2010, Volume 12, Issue 5,   Pages 64-72

Abstract:

Ordos Basin is a sedimentary basin with the fastest oil and nature gasThe history of oil and nature gas exploration and development in Ordos Basin was reviewed.development management model ,oil-nature gas production and economic and social benefits achieved in OrdosBasin development were summarized.Basin was discussed and several suggestions on sustainable development of Ordos Basin were proposed.

Keywords: Ordos Basin     oil and gas     exploration and development     sustainable development     technology     management    

Sensitivity of Fractures and Its Development Significance for Extra Low-permeability Sandstone Reservoirs in OrdosBasin

Zeng Lianbo,Shi Chengen,Wang Yongkang,Li Shuheng,Wan Xiaolong,Cui Panfeng

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2007, Volume 9, Issue 11,   Pages 35-38

Abstract: natural fracture sample and bearing artifieial fracture sample of extra low-permeability reservoirs in Ordosbasin was accomplished.

Keywords: fracture     pressure sensitivity     extra low-permeability sandstone reservoir     Ordos basin    

Problems of Syrdarya river basin management

Serdar EYEBERENOV, Baijing CAO, Fengting LI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 221-225 doi: 10.1007/s11783-009-0015-6

Abstract: In this study, the case of Syrdarya basin was investigated to show how such strategies create tension

Keywords: Central Asia     energy     agriculture     water     Syrdarya basin    

Integrated river basin management in rapidly urbanizing areas: a case of Shenzhen, China

Lei LIU, Xiaoming MA

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 243-254 doi: 10.1007/s11783-010-0276-0

Abstract: This paper analyzes effective methods to integrated river basin management (IRBM) using Longgang Riverbasin of Shenzhen as an example, which is the city with the fastest rate of urbanization in China andCurrently, every water quality indicator of the Longgang River basin was unable to meet the required

Keywords: integrated river basin management (IRBM) model     Longgang River basin     Shenzhen     decentralization     stakeholder    

Enhancement of distillate output of double basin solar still with vacuum tubes

Hitesh N PANCHAL, P K SHAH

Frontiers in Energy 2014, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 101-109 doi: 10.1007/s11708-014-0299-5

Abstract: This difficulty was overcome by attaching an additional basin to the main basin.basin; hence the lower basin possessed a higher temperature throughout the day.The latent heat of condensation of the bottom basin was also utilized to increase distillate.But the distillate output of the top basin was even lower compared with that of the bottom basin.with and without the use of basin materials.

Keywords: double basin solar still     calcium stones     pebbles     granite gravel     distillate output    

Multi-scale evaluation of river health in Liao River Basin, China

Fei XU, Yanwei ZHAO, Zhifeng YANG, Yuan ZHANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 227-235 doi: 10.1007/s11783-010-0219-9

Abstract: and ignored the complex interactions between the river ecosystem and other components of the river basinBased on the consideration of the interactions among rivers, associated river basin and habitats, andivided among these three scales to characterize the health of river ecosystems in China’s Liao River Basinsuch as large pollution loads and dense construction of water conservation projects within the river basin

Keywords: multi-scale characterization     river health evaluation     Liao River Basin     set pair analysis    

Research on the ecological compensation standard of the basin pollution control project based on evolutionary

Dongbin HU, Huiwu LIU, Xiaohong CHEN, Yang CHEN

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2019, Volume 6, Issue 4,   Pages 575-583 doi: 10.1007/s42524-019-0044-1

Abstract: As one of the main areas for implementing ecological compensation policies, basin ecological compensationhas become an important measure for encouraging basin pollution control projects and improving the qualitycompares the interest-related decision-making behaviors of the upstream and downstream stakeholders of basinBy using data on the water quality of Xiangjiang River Basin, this paper calculates the rewards and penalties

Keywords: evolutionary game     ecological compensation standard     Xiangjiang River Basin    

A holistic approach for evaluating ecological water allocation in the Yellow River Basin of China

YANG Zhifeng, CUI Baoshan, CHEN He

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2007, Volume 1, Issue 1,   Pages 99-106 doi: 10.1007/s11783-007-0019-z

Abstract: The characteristics and sustainable management of water resources on a basin scale require that theyIn this study, a holistic methodology called the holistic approach in a basin scale (HABS) is proposedto determine the ecological water requirements of a whole basin.First, ecological water requirements in a basin scale indicate not only the coupling of hydrologicalThe holistic approach in a basin scale was then used in the Yellow River Basin and it suggested that

enrichment mechanism and risk assessment for fluoride in groundwater: a case study of Mihe-Weihe River Basin

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 6, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1670-8

Abstract:

● High fluorine is mainly HCO3·Cl-Na and HCO3-Na type.

Keywords: Groundwater in the Mihe-Weihe River Basin     Distribution characteristics of fluorine     Factors influencing    

Financing Model Decision of Inter-basin Water Transfer Projects

Ji-wei Zhu,Li-nan Zhou,Zhao Zhai,Cong Wang

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2016, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 396-403 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2016060

Abstract: Inter-basin Water Transfer Projects require the appropriate financing model to attract large amountsFirst, the complex financing mode decision problems of Inter-basin Water Transfer Projects are decomposedresults are also reliable and provide theoretical references for the financing model decision of Inter-basin

Keywords: Inter-basin Water Transfer Projects     financing model     Weighted Grey Target Model     water diversion     Han River    

hydrochemical signatures to characterize the long-period evolution of groundwater information in the Dagu River Basin

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 5, doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1393-7

Abstract:

• The long-period groundwater evolution was identified by hydrochemical signatures.

Keywords: Groundwater quality     Hydrochemical signatures     Spatial-temporal variations     Water-rock interactions     Anthropogenic interventions    

Enhanced LSTM Model for Daily Runoff Prediction in the Upper Huai River Basin, China

Yuanyuan Man,Qinli Yang,Junming Shao,Guoqing Wang,Linlong Bai,Yunhong Xue,

Engineering doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2021.12.022

Abstract: Taking the upper Huai River Basin in China as a case study, daily runoff from 1960–2016 is predictedThis study provides an effective tool for daily runoff prediction, which will benefit the basin's flood

Keywords: Runoff prediction     Long short-term memory     Upper Huai River Basin     Extreme runoff     Loss function    

uncertain models for runoff forecasting and crop planting structure optimization of the Shiyang River Basin

Fan ZHANG, Mo LI, Shanshan GUO, Chenglong ZHANG, Ping GUO

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2018, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 177-187 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2017177

Abstract: To improve the accuracy of runoff forecasting, an uncertain multiple linear regression (UMLR) model is presented in this study. The proposed model avoids the transfer of random error generated in the independent variable to the dependent variable, as this affects prediction accuracy. On this basis, an inexact two-stage stochastic programming (ITSP) model is used for crop planting structure optimization (CPSO) with the inputs that are interval flow values under different probabilities obtained from the UMLR model. The developed system, in which the UMLR model for runoff forecasting and the ITSP model for crop planting structure optimization are integrated, is applied to a real case study. The aim of the developed system is to optimize crops planting area with limited available water resources base on the downstream runoff forecasting in order to obtain the maximum system benefit in the future. The solution obtained can demonstrate the feasibility and suitability of the developed system, and help decision makers to identify reasonable crop planting structure under multiple uncertainties.

Keywords: planting structure optimization     inexact two-stage stochastic programming     runoff forecasting     Shiyang River Basin    

and stochastic simulation prediction of streamflow at Yingluoxia hydrological station, Heihe River Basin

Chenglong ZHANG,Mo LI,Ping GUO

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1,   Pages 81-96 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016112

Abstract: Investigating long-term variation and prediction of streamflow are critical to regional water resource management and planning. Under the continuous influence of climate change and human activity, the trends of hydrologic time series are nonstationary, and consequently the established methods for hydrological frequency analysis are no longer applicable. Five methods, including the linear regression, nonlinear regression, change point analysis, wavelet analysis and Hilbert-Huang transformation, were first selected to detect and identify the deterministic and stochastic components of streamflow. The results indicated there was a significant long-term increasing trend. To test the applicability of these five methods, a comprehensive weighted index was then used to assess their performance. This index showed that the linear regression was the best method. Secondly, using the normality test for stochastic components separated by the linear regression method, a normal distribution requirement was satisfied. Next, the Monte Carlo stochastic simulation technique was used to simulate these stochastic components with normal distribution, and thus a new ensemble hydrological time series was obtained by combining the corresponding deterministic components. Finally, according to these outcomes, the streamflow at different frequencies in 2020 was predicted.

Keywords: Monte Carlo     nonstationary     trend detection     streamflow prediction     decomposition and ensemble     Yingluoxia    

Spatio-temporal variations of water quality in Yuqiao Reservoir Basin, North China

Yuan XU,Ruqin XIE,Yuqiu WANG,Jian SHA

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 4,   Pages 649-664 doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0702-9

Abstract: analysis, and factor analysis were applied to analyze the water quality status of Yuqiao Reservoir BasinThe results of fuzzy comprehensive assessment revealed that water quality in Yuqiao Reservoir Basin showed

Keywords: Fuzzy comprehensive assessment     multivariate statistical analysis     water quality    

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Practice and sustainable development of oil and nature gas exploration and development in Ordos Basin

Hu Wenrui,Zhai Guangming

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Sensitivity of Fractures and Its Development Significance for Extra Low-permeability Sandstone Reservoirs in OrdosBasin

Zeng Lianbo,Shi Chengen,Wang Yongkang,Li Shuheng,Wan Xiaolong,Cui Panfeng

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Problems of Syrdarya river basin management

Serdar EYEBERENOV, Baijing CAO, Fengting LI

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Integrated river basin management in rapidly urbanizing areas: a case of Shenzhen, China

Lei LIU, Xiaoming MA

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Enhancement of distillate output of double basin solar still with vacuum tubes

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Multi-scale evaluation of river health in Liao River Basin, China

Fei XU, Yanwei ZHAO, Zhifeng YANG, Yuan ZHANG

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Research on the ecological compensation standard of the basin pollution control project based on evolutionary

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A holistic approach for evaluating ecological water allocation in the Yellow River Basin of China

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enrichment mechanism and risk assessment for fluoride in groundwater: a case study of Mihe-Weihe River Basin

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