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“…Tang et al [185,186] Heihe River Basin Li and Guo [107], Li et al [109,111] and Zhang et al [231] Heshui River Basin Li et al [117], Liu et al [128,132] and Xu et al [212] Huai River Basin Gu et al [73] and Li et al [112] Hun River Xu et al [215,216] Kaidu-Kongque River Basin Huang et al [88,90], Li et al [125], Zeng et al [222,224,[226][227][228][229] and Zhou et al [242] Lake Tai Watershed Liu et al [134] and Xu and Huang [217] Miyun Reservoir Han et al [81] and Rong et al [175] Nansihu Lake Basin Xie et al [207,209] Tarim River Basin Huang et al [88][89][90] Three Gorges Reservoir Feng et al [58], Han et al [79], Han et al [87], Huang et al [91], Li et al [126], Xu et al [211], Yuan et al [220] and Zhang et al [236] Xiangxi River Basin Han et al [79], Hu et al [86,87], Huang et al …”
Section: China Ertan Reservoirmentioning
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“…Tang et al [185,186] Heihe River Basin Li and Guo [107], Li et al [109,111] and Zhang et al [231] Heshui River Basin Li et al [117], Liu et al [128,132] and Xu et al [212] Huai River Basin Gu et al [73] and Li et al [112] Hun River Xu et al [215,216] Kaidu-Kongque River Basin Huang et al [88,90], Li et al [125], Zeng et al [222,224,[226][227][228][229] and Zhou et al [242] Lake Tai Watershed Liu et al [134] and Xu and Huang [217] Miyun Reservoir Han et al [81] and Rong et al [175] Nansihu Lake Basin Xie et al [207,209] Tarim River Basin Huang et al [88][89][90] Three Gorges Reservoir Feng et al [58], Han et al [79], Han et al [87], Huang et al [91], Li et al [126], Xu et al [211], Yuan et al [220] and Zhang et al [236] Xiangxi River Basin Han et al [79], Hu et al [86,87], Huang et al …”
Section: China Ertan Reservoirmentioning
“…The development of a circular economy in which water is reused and recycled will be key to ensuring sustainability, and this will require effective management strategies at the four stages of the wastewater management cycle: pollution reduction, wastewater collection and treatment, reuse of wastewater, recovery of useful by-products [195]. Within the mathematical programming literature, various aspects of wastewater management have been considered, including pollution reduction [39,43,134,175], water treatment [33,206], and the reuse of wastewater [98,106,169,219,238]. The call for a circular economy motivates further research, particularly in the areas of wastewater reuse and by-product recovery, which are unrepresented in the literature.…”
Section: Water Qualitymentioning
“…Uncertainties existing in the processes of pollutant migration and transformation could result in uncertainties in grey water footprints. The uncertainties could be handled by interval programming [39,40], fuzzy programming [20,41,42] and stochastic programming [43,44] methods, according to the formats in which uncertainties are expressed. Solving exact models is relatively easy because the parameters are deterministic.…”
Section: Interval Grey Water Footprints Estimation Methodsmentioning
“…The ECM has been widely applied in estimating NPS pollution loads [49][50][51] . It uses an export coefficient approach to calculate the loads of TN and TP delivered annually to a water body as the sum of the individual loads exported from each source within a catchment [49][50] .…”
Section: Estimation Of Nps Pollution Loadsmentioning