GEOINFORMATION-CARTOGRAPHIC MODELING OF WATER AVAILABILITY FOR WATER SECURITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF TERRITORIES

https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2016-1-22-127-135

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About the Authors

I. D. Rybkina

IWEP SB RAS
Russian Federation
Barnaul

N. Yu. Kurepina

IWEP SB RAS
Russian Federation
Barnaul

N. V. Stoyashcheva

IWEP SB RAS
Russian Federation
Barnaul

M. S. Gubarev

IWEP SB RAS
Russian Federation
Barnaul

Abstract

The study of problem associated with water availability and its mapping is due to the need to solve urgent water problems of the Russian regions for their sustainable development. At the same time, sustainability is understood as rational use of water resources and their conservation to maintain the ecological balance of territories, and water security of regions is evaluated from the standpoint of water supply to municipalities. The shortage of water resources in Russia is perceived skeptically since our country is rich in water resources and the scarcity of fresh water threatens only a small part of its territory. However, the experts consider [Danilov-Danilyan, Galfan, 2015] that such a myopic point of view can lead in the long term to emergencies. The potential danger and risk of water use are already typical for the areas, which experience water stress. These are the territories with extremely low water availability per capita, less than 1.0-2.0 thousand m3/person/year [Shiklomanov, 2000; Danilov-Danilyan, Losev, 2006]. Geoinformation-cartographic modeling allows to differentiate the area under study according to water resource potential, to identify municipalities with low water availability and to estimate the population living in the area of potential danger and risk of water use.

Keywords

water potential, water availability, water use, geoinformation-cartographic modeling, security..

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For citation: Rybkina I.D., Kurepina N.Y., Stoyashcheva N.V., Gubarev M.S. GEOINFORMATION-CARTOGRAPHIC MODELING OF WATER AVAILABILITY FOR WATER SECURITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF TERRITORIES. Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2016;22(1):127-135. https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2016-1-22-127-135