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Center for Water Resources Management and Policy Research

                     

Director
Professor. Yu, Gwo-Hsing
Ph.D. Purdue University, USA

No.151, Yingzhuan Rd., Danshui Dist., New Taipei City 25137, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
(TEL) 886-2-26215656 ext.2766

e-mail:wrmprc@water.tku.edu.tw

Introduction
Views
Goal
Objectives
Organization
Accomplishment
Special Features
Introduction

Water Resources Management and Policy Research Center was established on 1st May, 1999. As an independent research institution, its mission is to support the government in water resources management policy analysis and planning. This center enlists experts in hydrology, water resources planning, environmental sciences, agricultural fields and public administration to provide public affairs with consultation services on water resource policies and management strategies. As water resources problems grow ever more complex and difficult to solve, there emerged a need to further the research in water resources policy and institutions, including those of countries from which lessons relevant to Taiwan’s situations may be derived. The center will strive to be recognized as an indispensable think tank of national water policies.

Views

●To provide overall water resources policies;
●To establish scientific management of water resources;
●To lead the Taiwan's professionals into a new progressive vision of the world.

Goal

●Toward sustainability of water resources in Taiwan.

Objectives

●To foster advanced technology in water resources personnel;
●To integrate the inter-disciplinary knowledge;
●To inspire the Taiwan's professionals with new concepts.


Organization

1. Technology Development Section
● To practice hydrology analysis and water resources management technology research;
● To provide basic theories of new technology for water management.

2. Irrigation Management Section
●To assist with extending the task of Irrigation Associations;
●To assist with setting up a law for administrative system of irrigation affairs.

3. Policy Extension Section
To provide an overall concept and information to project the trend of domestic water resources management for the future.
●To couple with Government's policy to promote water conservation and preservation activities.


4. Policy Planning Section

●To undertake forecasting and studies to assist both public and private sector organization in formulating effective water resources strategies.
●To act as a 'think-tank' to help formulate strategies and methodologies to ensure sustainability of water resources.
●To develop, maintain and update a computerized information system including databank.
●To provide policymakers with reliable information about the effectiveness of existing policies and potential strategies for action.

5. Information Service Section
●To establish and maintain water resources information service website;
●To popularize the knowledge of water resources;
●To deliver daily water resources E-news.

6. Administration Section
●To assist with administrative works;
●To be in charge of human resources, management, and accounting affairs.

Accomplishment

1. In technology research and application, the main progress which have been made are as following:
Recommending and evaluating modern hydrologic observation technologies.
●Standard operating procedure for hydrologic observation and data quality.
●Studying on hydrologic and water resources analysis methods and their standards.
●Research into scientific management method and strategies.
●Diversifying water resources management and river basin governance.
●Editing technique handbooks and educational training courses related with hydrology, water resource.
●Publishing the periodicals related with hydrology and water resources circumstances.

2. In a comprehensive planning service of the Irrigation management, the main progress which have been made are as following:
●Analyzing the trend of water resource development and assisting with planning the government's irrigation policy.
●Assisting with innovating the government's high-tech industry development and innovation.
●Providing the irrigation policy and standardization operation service.
●Auditing the Irrigation Association affairs and editing standardization operation procedure.
●Organizing, analysis, enriching the Irrigation Association basic data.

3. In policy extension and information service, the main progress which have been made are as following:
●Creating water-related round table forums and seminars to organize the experts' opinion.
●Creating seminar and exhibition to give information to the general public, and extending the public affairs.
●Promoting lecture classroom training for Land Subsidence Prevention instructors.
●Involving the private and government organizations in water resources task.
●Issuing water resources E-news and collecting new water resources knowledge.
●Integrating water resource news and knowledge database and offering search engine to provide knowledge service.
●Establishing information service website and digital learning section to provide water information service.

Special Features

1. water resources policy and hydrologic technology
●White Paper for water resources policy
●Present Water Resources Policy Program
●Water Saving Measures
●Follow-up project (phase II) for modernizing hydraulic observation in Taiwan.
●Resources integration and strategy planning of water resources technology development.
●Preliminary research and demonstrative project for construction of hydrologic observation technology crops.
●The assessment and planning of water supply for Kinmen-Matsu area from Mainland China.
●The feasibility assessment of incorporating Te-Chi reservoir management committee into Water Resources Agency.
●Creating the rational limit of multipurpose water use.
●A feasibility assessment of water conservation policy of industry water
use in Taiwan.
●Assessment of the effect of Fei-tsuei reservoir inflow caused by digging Ping-lin tunnel.
●Construction discharge-duration curve for lacking-data areas in Kao-ping chi watershed.
●Frequency analysis for soil and water conservation engineering design based on distribution free plotting position method.
●Applying order series to time series simulation and forecast.

2. Agricultural irrigation development and management
●Execution project of the first direct election of president and committee member in Taiwan's Irrigation Associations (protocol).
●The standard guide line for irrigation and drainage management for Irrigation Association (protocol).
●The standard guide line for diversifying operations for Irrigation Associations (protocol).
●The fifth national Farmer's Association conference- irrigation.
●Annual review of business operation for Taiwan's Irrigation Associations.
●The multipurpose of water usage variation analysis.
●Revision of Irrigation Association's human resource operation handbook.
●Revision of the introduction of Taiwan Irrigation History.
●Revision of the introduction of Department of Irrigation and Engineering in Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan.


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