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14 October 2020 Management Strategy of Coastal Soil and Water Resources along the Yellow River under the Climate Change Background
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Xie, T.; Liu, J.; Wang, H., and Zhang, F., 2020. Management strategy of coastal soil and water resources along the Yellow River under the climate change background. In: Wan, Z. (ed.), Coordinated Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas: Environment and Economy. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 109, pp. 45–50. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

The soil erosion along the Yellow River is serious, which is mainly caused by human activities and the lack of soil and water conservation measures. This leads to a large amount of sediment flowing into the Yellow River and eventually into the ocean, resulting in water pollution and ecological imbalance. This paper analyzed the impact of climate warming on coastal soil and water loss, and include rainfall, wind energy, temperature, vegetation and surface slope as basic factors in the InVEST model. Climate warming factors are also explored to get the impact factors of soil and water loss. In addition, this paper puts forward some measures from environmental economic aspect to deal with the experience of the three Gorges reservoir for Shannxi Province. This paper come up with targeted soil erosion control strategies, hoping to improve the current situation of soil erosion through scientific planning in river coast area, powerful law enforcement and R&D investment.

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Tianyun Xie, Jianhui Liu, Huabing Wang, and Fangfang Zhang "Management Strategy of Coastal Soil and Water Resources along the Yellow River under the Climate Change Background," Journal of Coastal Research 109(sp1), 45-50, (14 October 2020). https://doi.org/10.2112/JCR-SI109-008.1
Received: 10 May 2020; Accepted: 15 July 2020; Published: 14 October 2020
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