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management tool for the operationalization of sustainable regional planning.
Carrying capacity of a region, comprising its supportive and assimilative
capacities, is defined as the ability to produce desired outputs from a resource
base to achieve a higher and more equitable quality of life, while maintaining
desired environmental quality. The proposed conceptual model for the
carrying capacity-based planning process considers problems, constraining
and supporting factors, and interrelated systems within a dynamic ecosystem
to arrive at the water resource-based sustainable regional planning.
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