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|Other Titles:||The Study of the Processes of Water Development and the Land use along the Riversides of Taipei Areas|
Department of Geography, NTNU
In the beginning of this study there is an initiative comparison among various periods of historical development of mutual relation between man and Tan Shui River. In the agricultural period, there was only a slight interference in river affair: the ponds and ditches system developed for water usage purpose; embankments built up along some riversides for flood control and the open-channel for the drainage in urban area. In the industrial period, the main purpose of hydraulic engineering construction of Tan Shui river was to support the metropolitan and industrial development of Taipei area, the importance was to support the metropolitan and industrial development of Taipei area, the importance was laid upon the functional effect of flood control and drainage, high levee set up along river bank, river being abandoned and not utilized created apartness between man and water, In the post-industrial period, multi functional elements of Tan Shui river has been raised again, with no effect to the function of flood control and drainage of river, the water-accessibility mechanism, recreation mechanism, ecological habitat mechanism and pedestrian mechanism have been adopted in the management planning. By means of visiting and investigating, we have reviewed and discussed the present status of utilization of coastal area of Tan Shui River as well as the point of shortage, and have pointed that in order to effect the multi-mechanical purposes of the Tan Shui River, the tyranny public based on economic or instrumental rationality should be avoided, and that the participatory democracy public policy based on pluralist or substantive rationality should be promoted. The writer also proposed that the management of coastal area of river should be a work of geographical interconnection and functional interdependence based on the local place, so the professional geographer should be involved in the work of planning and management.
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