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Research on Environmental Impact Assessment of Ecological Protection Based on Comprehensive Evaluation Model

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DOI: 10.23977/erej.2022.060102 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 189


Guo Cheng 1


1 College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, 201306

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Guo Cheng


This paper build the ecological impact evaluation model of the Saihanba. We applied a hierarchy of multi-level indicators, starting from vegetation impact, animal impact, climate impact, water resource impact, through statistical, clustering and gridding processes, while vegetation impact can be established with several low-level indicators such as plant abundance, total number of plants, plant cover area, etc. We used a combination of TOPISS model, fuzzy evaluation and DEA to derive a comprehensive evaluation. After the results were obtained, this paper used the gray correlation method to make the results more feasible. Finally, we calculated the evaluation index of the model before and after the renovation, and then compared the analysis.


Construction of Ecological Conservation, TOPISS model, DEA


Guo Cheng, Research on Environmental Impact Assessment of Ecological Protection Based on Comprehensive Evaluation Model. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2022) Vol. 6: 9-14. DOI:


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