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Evaluation of land-use practices in the upper Pastaza river basin related to flow regime and sediment load characteristics

By: Avila Salem, María Eugenia | , CU.
Publisher: Quito OLADE Universidad de Calgary 2005Description: 102 p. grafs., tbls.Subject(s): PLANTA HIDROELECTRICA | PLANTA DE ENERGIA | AGOYAN | PASTAZA | ECUADOR | ECUDDC classification: MTI Summary: This master´s degree project provides an evaluation of the current situation and land use practices in the upper Pastaza river basin, and relates these practices to the erosion and sediment production in the area, which constitutes a problem that influences the Agoyán hydro power plant performance. In this, suggestions for land use best practices and basin management are provided as an aim to contribute to the erosion minimization and productivity (agricultural and electric) enhancement in the upper Pastaza river basin, seeking also the improvement in the quality of life local inhabitants.
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This master´s degree project provides an evaluation of the current situation and land use practices in the upper Pastaza river basin, and relates these practices to the erosion and sediment production in the area, which constitutes a problem that influences the Agoyán hydro power plant performance. In this, suggestions for land use best practices and basin management are provided as an aim to contribute to the erosion minimization and productivity (agricultural and electric) enhancement in the upper Pastaza river basin, seeking also the improvement in the quality of life local inhabitants.

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