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100 1  Xu, Meng,|eauthor 
245 10 Application of the water footprint :|bwater stress 
       analysis and allocation /|cby Meng Xu, Chunhui Li 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Springer,
       |c2020 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 149 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color), digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Introduction -- PART I: Virtual Water and Water Footprint 
       Accounting -- The Concepts of Virtual Water and Water 
       Footprint -- Water Footprint Accounting Method -- PART II:
       Evaluation of Water Stresses Based on WFs -- Studies on 
       the Evaluation of Water Footprints at Various Regional 
       Scales -- Principal Water Stress Analysis Indexes and 
       Approaches Based on WFs -- PART III: Study Cases: Water 
       Stress Evaluation Under Multiple Regional Scales -- Study 
       Cases: Water Stresses Evaluation at the Provincial Scale -
       the Zhejiang Province Case Study -- Study Case: Evaluation
       of Water Stresses at the River Basin Scale - the Haihe 
       River Basin Case Study -- Case Study: Evaluation of Water 
       Stresses at the City Scale -Dalian -- Comparisons of the 
       Major Indexes on Water Stresses Analysis under Multiple 
       Regional Scales -- PART IV: Water Footprint Accounting 
       Application in Water Management Strategies -- Influencing 
       Factors Analysis of Water Footprint Based on Extended 
       STIRPAT Model -- Optimal Water Utilization and Allocation 
       Strategy based on Water Footprint Accounting -- 
       Conclusions 
520    Based on the water footprint (WF) concept, this book 
       reviews WF-based water stress evaluation methods at the 
       city, provincial and river basin levels respectively. In 
       addition, it explores the factors that influence regional 
       water footprint in the spatial sequence via the extended 
       STIRPAT model. Highlighting the utilization of WF 
       accounting in sustainable water management, one of the 
       book's goals is to establish the optimization model of 
       water allocation in various industrial sectors. Based on 
       WF accounting, which thoroughly considers the water input 
       for production, the relevant intermediate water inputs, 
       and the water amount for wastewater discharge dilutions, 
       the book provides a wealth of insights for scholars and 
       practitioners with an interest in water resources and 
       environmental management. In addition, it exhibits a 
       scientific plan for regional water resource utilization 
       and allocation, helping relieve regional water shortages 
650  0 Water consumption 
650  0 Water demand management 
650 14 Marine & Freshwater Sciences 
650 24 Water Policy/Water Governance/Water Management 
650 24 Freshwater & Marine Ecology 
650 24 Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water 
       Management / Aquatic Pollution 
700 1  Li, Chunhui,|eauthor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
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