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|Title: ||臺灣戰後水利興建與工業─ 以石門水庫為例（1945-1980）|
|Authors: ||程麗文;Chang, Li-Wen|
|Keywords: ||石門水庫;桃園工業;工業用水;水利;Shimen Reservior;Taoyuan industry;Industrial water;Water Conservancy|
|Issue Date: ||2018-08-31 15:02:12 (UTC+8)|
Water conservancy construction is closely related to industrial development. During the period of Japanese rule, the Office of the Taiwan Governor-General focused on power generation and public water supply systems to promote Taiwan’s industrialization.
Taiwan’s water conservancy constructions from 1945 to 1980 coordinated with the government industrial policies then, with industries being reliant on water conservancy construction for sufficient water and energy supply. “Reservoir Dam” became common water conservancy projects from 1945, with the Shihmen Reservoir in Taoyuan which started construction in 1956 of postwar multipurpose water conservancy development in Taiwan. The development objectives of the Shimen Reservoir included irrigation, power generation, flood control, water supply, and sightseeing, Now the reservoir became responsible for agricultural, industrial, and household water supply in the Taoyuan region. The link between the Shihmen Reservoir and industry focused on the development of the Taoyuan Industrial Park, which began with the planning of power plants and water treatment plants in 1953. The power generation and water supply functions of the reservoir are the pillars of industrial development in Taoyuan. The construction of the reservoir in 1956 had a profound effect on the development of Taoyuan Industrial Park, and industrial parks were established in rapid succession in Taoyuan between 1964 and 1980. A total of eight industrial parks were established: Guishan Industrial Park, Neili Industrial Park, Pingzhen Industrial Park, Youshi Industrial Park, Zhongli Industrial Park, Dayuan Industrial Park, Guanyin Industrial Park, and Linkou Industrial Park. After the completion of the Shimen Reservoir, Taoyuan’s economic pattern gradually changed from agriculture to industry, with traditional enterprises such as agriculture, food, and textiles gradually transitioning into high-tech electronics and semiconductors in 1980. Subsequently, Taoyuan emerged as a commercial and industrial city as a result of local construction and increased industrial output.
Key Words: Shimen Reservior,Industrial Water,
Water Conservancy,Taoyuan Industry.
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