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Dec.  2010
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A Setup for a Scenario-Driven Water Balance at Landscape Scale—Assessment with AKWA-M®-Embedded in a Model Framework for Land-Use Planning’s Decision Support in Mountainous Southwest China

doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0151-8
  • Received Date: 2018-07-15
  • Rev Recd Date: 2018-07-15
  • Publish Date: 2018-07-15
  • Land-cover changes cause a loss of natural vegetation in many parts of the world. In the Xishuangbanna (西双版纳) district (Yunnan (云南) Province), rubber plantations replace tropical rainforests covering already an area of about 10% of the study area (2007). There, land-use allocation is mostly driven by economic considerations. Thus, local planning authorities need decision support for land-use planning issues, which integrate socio-economic and ecological aspects. Within the NabanFrame, an agro-economic, ecological and social model was applied, which, altogether, interacted with a land allocation model via defined interfaces. Effects on the water cycle, ecological conditions as well as socio-economic should be considered by integrating the spatially distributed rainfall-runoff and water balance model AKWA-M? in the model setup.
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A Setup for a Scenario-Driven Water Balance at Landscape Scale—Assessment with AKWA-M®-Embedded in a Model Framework for Land-Use Planning’s Decision Support in Mountainous Southwest China

doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0151-8

Abstract: Land-cover changes cause a loss of natural vegetation in many parts of the world. In the Xishuangbanna (西双版纳) district (Yunnan (云南) Province), rubber plantations replace tropical rainforests covering already an area of about 10% of the study area (2007). There, land-use allocation is mostly driven by economic considerations. Thus, local planning authorities need decision support for land-use planning issues, which integrate socio-economic and ecological aspects. Within the NabanFrame, an agro-economic, ecological and social model was applied, which, altogether, interacted with a land allocation model via defined interfaces. Effects on the water cycle, ecological conditions as well as socio-economic should be considered by integrating the spatially distributed rainfall-runoff and water balance model AKWA-M? in the model setup.

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