• Thinkings of the River Management   [MASS 2012]
  • Author(s)
  • Yinjun Zhao
  • This paper reviews the process of the river management of developed countries, summarizes river management experiences of developed countries and diagnoses the problems of the river management at present. According to the issues, the fluvial geomorphology is considered a new effective try to solve problems of the river management, which can do "work with nature". The examples that applied the fluvial geomorphology to the river management are reviewed to push forward a cross subject of the fluvial geomorphology and the river management.
  • Rvier Management;work with nature;Fluvial Geomorphology;
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