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Landscape Architecture Frontiers

Landsc. Archit. Front.    2019, Vol. 7 Issue (4) : 28-41     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-1-020008
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THE INTEGRATED CATC HMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN IN NEW ZEALAND AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT TO CHINA’S PRACTICE
Zheng YANG1, Yang ZHAO2(), Wu CHE3, Wei CHEN4, Zhenzi LI5, Chentao JU6
1. PhD Student at the School of Water Resources and Environment, China University of Geosciences (Beijing); Project Manager of the Research Center of Beijing Yuren Rainwater Eco-technology Co., Ltd.
2. Director of Beijing Yuren Rainwater Eco-technology Co., Ltd.
3. Professor of the Key Laboratory of Urban Stormwater System and Water Environment of Ministry of Education, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture
4. Master Student of the Key Laboratory of Urban Stormwater System and Water Environment of Ministry of Education, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture
5. Project Manager of Beijing Yuren Rainwater Eco-technology Co., Ltd.
6. Project Manager of Beijing Yuren Rainwater Eco-technology Co., Ltd.
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Abstract

China’s current catchment planning often focuses on formulating overall strategies for flood control and water resource distribution from a perspective of water conservancy. Usually, such plans are developed at large scales, covering a huge territory. However, city-scaled analyses, technical strategies, or roadmaps responding to issues of urban flooding, water pollution, etc. are less integrated into the current catchment planning; there is also an absence of comprehensive management methods for medium- or small-scaled urban water bodies. Combing with a case study on integrated catchment management plans (ICMP) for the Hamilton City, New Zealand, this paper reviews and summarizes the idea, role, objectives, key sections, and implementation of ICMPs in New Zealand, including a series of core tasks ranging from the trans-administrative catchment management mechanism, comprehensive and operational objectives and the technical system to the integration with long-term urban planning and Resource Consent requirements. In view of the status quo and major problems in China's comprehensive management of urban water systems, as well as the gaps in the existing formulation and implementation of catchment planning, especially the absence of integrated planning methods for medium- or smallscaled catchments that have a more direct and stronger relation with urban development, New Zealand’s experience in ICMP preparation and implementation reflects a paradigm significance.

Keywords New Zealand      Catchment      Integrated Catchment Management Plan      Issues of Urban Water System     
Corresponding Authors: Yang ZHAO   
Issue Date: 23 September 2019
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Zheng YANG,Yang ZHAO,Wu CHE, et al. THE INTEGRATED CATC HMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN IN NEW ZEALAND AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT TO CHINA’S PRACTICE[J]. Landsc. Archit. Front., 2019, 7(4): 28-41.
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http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2019/V7/I4/28
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