Ecosystem based river basin management planning in a critical water catchment in Mongolia. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014. Navchaa Tugjamba, Erdenetuul Sereeter , Sarantuya Gonchigjav Department of Environment and Tourism management University of the Humanities, Mongolia.
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European Geosciences Union
General Assembly 2014
Navchaa Tugjamba, ErdenetuulSereeter, SarantuyaGonchigjav
Department of Environment and Tourism management
University of the Humanities, Mongolia
01 May, 2014
State and value of Ecosystem service (ES) critical water catchment in Mongoliaused as a tangible indicator of IWRM success
ES assessment: inventory, supply, demand, values and trends
Developing IWRM vision/policy
Continuous awareness building
Identification and assessment of basin issues, gaps and baselines
Assess progress and revise the plan
Selection of the strategies
River Basin Organization
Basin plan development: stakeholders and political approval
Payments for ES used as a policy instrument where appropriate
ES values used for prioritizing management outcomes
Benefit-sharing approach illustrated with ES concepts
Fundamental research materials:
The Ulz river basin is a buffer zone between the southern boundary of Siberian taiga and steppe ecosystem of the eastern Mongolia as an ecotone of forest steppe and steppe ecosystems.
Length of Ulz River to the national border is 495 km.
The catchment area is 36456 km2 at the border hydrological gauging station
Water use and Future tendency: population growth, water consumption, in 2012, 2015, 2021
Drinking water supply of the population
Thank you for your attention! consumption, in 2012, 2015, 2021