AM  Vol.8 No.10 , October 2017
The Water Problem and Its Solution in Gansu, China
Based on such severe situation, we need to work out a way that enables us to analyze the current and future ability of a region to provide clean water to meet the needs of its population, and to develop a reasonable strategy to optimize the utilization of water resources in this area. This paper has worked out a resolution model and input the data of China, the United States, Russia, Laos and Afghanistan to do national testing. Then, we use the policy from “diaper incident” to do policy testing. The calculation results of the model are in conformity with the reality. Therefore, the model is effective. At last this model is used to resolve Gansu’s water problem and provide effective advices for the local government.
Cite this paper: Li, Y. , Wang, L. and Cheng, H. (2017) The Water Problem and Its Solution in Gansu, China. Applied Mathematics, 8, 1515-1528. doi: 10.4236/am.2017.810110.

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