Highland lakes Lakes sustainable development assessment system and model
|School||Kunming University of Science and Technology|
|Keywords||plateau lake sustainable development AHP qualification model|
There is significant ecological value of the plateau lakes in Yunnan,and these lakes play an important supporting role on social and economic development,but in recent years, the lake pollution and ecological degradation have become increasingly prominent. Consequently,the life and production of the residents who live in the lake basin face a serious challenge,therefore,protecting the plateau lakes and promoting sustainable development capacity of the plateau lakes basins has become an important issue,concened by various circles of the society.On the account of the status quo of insufficient studies of the theories and their evaluations on the sustainable development of the plateau lake basins,and in combination of the reality of the two-dimensional difficult situation of the social and economic development of the plateau lakes as well as their ecological protection,there are high theoretical and practical value on theoretical researching and evaluation of the sustainable development of the plateau lakes basins.In this paper, based on referencing lots of domestic and foreign literatures, combined with the unique situation of the plateau lakes, probed the meaning and structure system of sustainable development of plateau lakes. In Fuxian lake case, build a qualification comprehensive evaluation index system of sustainable development of plateau lakes,using analytic hierarchy process (AHP) to determine the weight of each index, make an objective statement on the relative importance of each index.There are many commons between Fuxian lake and other plateau lakes face similar problems and have the same problem-solving idea,so it puts forward effective proposals of sustainable development for other lakes.In the study, based on the above issues, drawing on adaptive control theory, it explores a new model of sustainable development of the plateau lakes.