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Production of transparent exopolymer particles from two marine diatoms and its ecological significance
Kang-li GUO, Jie CHEN, Xiao-dong WANG, Yan WANG
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190053
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The transparent exopolymer particles(TEP), a kind of transparent colloidal particulate matter, consists of extracellular polysaccharides. TEP is of great significance to the carbon cycle of marine ecosystems. In this study, two marine diatoms, Ditylume brightwelii and Chaetoceros affinis, were studied. The TEP concentration, the relationship between TEP and Chlorophyll a (Chl a) and the C∶N ratio of TEP were studied at different growth phases. The results showed that TEP was produced by both species during the whole growth phases, and TEP concentration was different in different growth phase. The maximum TEP concentration of D. brightwelii and C. affinis was produced in the exponential phase and the decline phase, respectively. The maximum TEP concentration per cell volume and per Chl a of C. affinis was 184.91±14.03 fg Xeq/μm3 and 38.06±4.96 μg Xeq./μg Chl a, and were 16 and 5 times higher than the values obtained from the D. brightwelii. The analysis of the relationship between Chl a and TEP in two diatoms showed that the function relationship between TEP=α (Chl a) β was presented in the exponential phase (D. brightwelii: R2=0.98; C. affinis: R2=0.80). The TEP C∶N ratio of both diatoms was higher than the Redfield ratio (C∶N=106∶16). It indicates that the generation of TEP was difference between species, and the growth phase significantly affects the efficiency of TEP production. The high carbon concentration of TEP show that TEP production contributes significantly to the ocean carbon cycle.
Effects of storage and filtration methods of riverine dissolved inorganic nutrients on their determination: a case study of the Yellow River water sample
Hong-mei ZHANG, Su-mei LIU, Guo-dong SONG, Shuai DING
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190003
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Timely pretreatment and proper storage of nutrient samples are the pre-conditions to ensure the reliability of data. In this study, we examine the differences between frozen storage and preservation with mercury chloride at room temperature for dissolved silicate in the Yellow River water sample that is characterized of high turbidity. We found out that there was no significant difference between the two storage methods. We compared in-situ filtration (freezing stored in 9 mL vacuum polyethylene terephthalate tube) and delayed filtration (freezing stored in 125 mL high density polyethylene bottle) for the nutrients, and discussed the effects of delayed filtration time on nutrients data quality. Nitrite, nitrate and phosphate were not affected by prolonged filtration time, while ammonium was significantly impacted by a decrease of 11%~46%, possibly due to suspended particulate matter adsorption and/or phytoplankton assimilation. As for silicate, storage container and its volume may play a major role in silicate storage while the prolongation of filtration time is much less important.
Progress of Pollution and Governance Study on Microplastic in Environment
Ingestion, egestion and toxic effects of fluorescent polystyrene microspheres on the Polychaete, Perinereis aibuhitensis
Yi CONG, Jian-hang ZHOU, Li-jun SUN, Ju-ying WANG
2019, 38(2): 161-166.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190201
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Marine microplastic (MP) pollution has become a global concern. It was reported that the content of MPs in intertidal zone was relatively high. However, relatively few studies have been conducted on the effects of MPs on organisms inhabiting intertidal zones. In this study, we investigated the ingestion, bioaccumulation and egestion processes of fluorescent polystyrene microspheres (PS, 10 μm) in sediment-dwelling organism, Perinereis aibuhitensis, through seawater exposure pathway. The impacts of PS on the burrowing behavior and subcellular structure alteration of worms were also explored after a 14 d of sediment exposure. Results showed that the ingested PS microspheres in worms increased with time within 48 h, and the retained PS percentage decreased after transferring to clean seawater, which reached to only 2.2% after depuration of 96 h. However, the burrowing time of worms in clean sediment was significantly prolonged after 14 d of sediment exposure, and epithelia apoptosis of worm body wall and mitochondria edema of worm myocytes were observed. The impairment of worm burrowing behavior was possibly related to the dysfunction of mitochondria. This study emphasized the sensitivity of behavior indicator when assessing the toxicity of MPs on sediment-dwelling organisms. Findings are expected to provide a basis for exploration of mechanisms of MPs and their ecological risk assessment.
Study on the legislation of the marine plastic and microplastic management
Jia-xu ZHANG, Qing LIU, Cheng-long ZHANG, Yi-xiang DENG, Li-hui AN
2019, 38(2): 167-177.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190202
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Marine microplastic pollution is becoming a global concern in recent years.To prevent and reduce marine microplastic pollution, it is very necessary to control the sources including the primary and secondary source i.e.plastic debris.To improve the legislation on plastic and microplastic management in China, the present legislation status in China and abroad was investigated.Totally most of the articles are on the plastic garbage management, however the detailed regulations are insufficient.The legislation on the microplastic management is lack, and it is mostly to limit the usage of the micro-beads in the cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and personal care products.Based on the international experience, it is necessary to enact the regulations of prohibiting the usage of micro-beads in the pharmaceuticals and personal care products, add the plastic garbage tax in the environmental taxes, improve the garbage reclamation system, promote the marine microplastic monitoring and assessment system, enhance the public participation institution and so on.
Application of instrumental analysis techniques in marine microplastics research
Nan GAO, Xiang-feng KONG, Yan LIU, Yang GAO, Jing LV
2019, 38(2): 178-186.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190203
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Certain classes of plastics are widely used in the industry and life, which yield progressively fragments as microplastics smaller than 5 mm.Microplastics can be present on the shorelines, in the oceans and even in the remote arctic ice.There are concerns it may bring durable hazards to the marine environment.Microplastics in the offshore marine environment mainly concentrate in the surface seawater, on the beach and in the sediments, and finally deposit in the deep sea as a sink after long-term migration driven by the currents.Currently methods used for the identification of microplastics are mainly limited in the laboratory and mostly depend on manual operation.Hence methods appropriate for automatic in-situ monitoring of microplastics in the marine environment is in urgent need.In this review, the application of instrumental analysis techniques in the collection, sample processing and analysis as well as the characteristics and applicable conditions were summarized.Therefore, burning issues are put forward in order to help establish the direction and theoretical support for the long-term automatic monitoring of marine microplastics.
Review on methods for extraction and isolation of microplastics in aquatic organisms
Ling-yun LI, Jing-min ZHU, Jia-na LI, Hui-wen CAI, Hua-hong SHI
2019, 38(2): 187-191, 197.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190204
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The diversification of microplastic extraction methods from aquatic organisms resulted in different detection ratios of microplastics, which led to the poor comparability among studies.Therefore, an efficient approach for extraction and isolation of microplastics from aquatic organisms is of significance.In this review, we summarized the digestion efficiency of different digestion solutions and their corrosiveness to polymers, and analyzed the effects of different membrane filters used in microplastic identification.The advantages and disadvantages of different methods were compared in this review.
Toxicity research progress of microplastics on microalgae
Su-chun WANG, Guang-zhou LIU, Huan ZHANG, Tian-yuan HUANG, Fei-fei LIU
2019, 38(2): 192-197.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190205
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Microplastics (MPs) pollution has become a global environmental problem.A few papers reported that MPs could have toxic effect on microalgae.Moreover, due to their strong binding ability, MPs may induce joint toxicity with other contaminants.As microalgae are the most primary producers in water system, the toxic effect is likely to influence the stability of food chains in water and further bring potential risks to human beings.The present paper reviewed the current research achievements and possible toxicity mechanisms, including physical damage, shielding effect, oxidative stress, adsorption and hetero-aggregation.In addition, future research directions were also proposed and discussed.
The pollution characteristics of microplastics in the water and sediments of Sanggou bay in the Yellow Sea
Kuan-xu XIONG, Xin-yue ZHAO, Qian ZHOU, Chuan-cheng FU, Chen TU, Lian-zhen LI, Yong-ming LUO
2019, 38(2): 198-204, 220.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190206
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In recent years, research on microplastics pollution in the marine environment has been increasing, but studies on microplastics in water bodies and sediments of the bay under the influence of high-intensity human activities are still rarely reported. In this study, the pollution characteristics of microplastics in the wayer and sediments of Sanggou bay were investigated in December 2017, after the harvest of large-scale aquaculture, with the aim to study the effects of aquaculture activities and hydrodynamics on pollution characteristics and spatial distribution of microplastics in the bay. The results showed that the types of microplastics in the water and sediments of Sanggou bay were mainly fibers, fragments, films, foams and particles. The microplastic abundances in the water and sediments were 1.8~31.2 N/L, 31.2~1246.8 N/kg, respectively. The average particle sizes of microplastics in water and sediments were 0.51 ±0.20 mm and 1.54 ±1.02 mm, respectively. The results of spatial distribution of microplastics in Sanggou bay showed that the high abundance area mainly appears in the inshore waters, and the abundance of microplastics tends to decrease from the inner areas of estuary to the outshore areas. The heterogeneity of microplastic abundance and spatial distribution in Sanggou bay is mainly affected by human activities such as aquaculture, living and shipping, as well as hydrodynamics. In the future, fine sampling and analysis are needed to fully understand the temporal and spatial distribution of microplastics pollution in the bay areas.
Microplastics characteristic in Yundang Wastewater Treatment Plant of Xiamen
Wen-ling WANG, Zou-xia LONG, Xing-guang YU, Ji-wei ZHANG, Hui LIN
2019, 38(2): 205-210.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190207
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Wastewater treatment plants in coastal cities is a main source for microplastics in the ocean.Characteristic of microplastics can improve our understandings of the impacts of human activities on the marine environment.However, there is a lack of such information in China.In this study, microplastic pollution in Xiamen Yundang Wastewater Treatment Plant was studied.We designed an improved sampling device and an experimental method to study the characteristics of microplastics in the influent, effluent and sludge.The results show that the microplastic abundance in the influent, primary and secondary treatment discharge is 1.703, 1.090 and 0.324 pieces/L, respectively.The microplastic removal rates in the primary and secondary treatment discharge are 35.99% and 80.97% respectively.The concentrations of microplastics in primary and secondary sludge are 2.14×103 and 6.62×103 pieces/kg, respectively.The shape of microplastics are dominated by 43.89% of fiber and 32.85% of pellet in the wastewater and 68.9% of fragment and 34.78% of pellet in the sludge.The primary colors are white (34.95%), followed by transparent (22.74%) in the wastewater.While it is dominated by yellow (39.13%), black (17.39%), and white (13.04%) in the sludge.The chemical composition is primarily composed of 21.17% of PP and 18.39% PS in the wastewater and 34.78% of PP and 26.09% of PE in the sludge.It is estimated that~9.72×104 pieces of microplastics are discharged into the Xiamen West Sea each day.Our findings show that waste water treatment plants play an important role in reducing urban microplastic pollutants entering the ocean, but it requires higher microplastic removal efficiency.
Investigation and Research
Distributions and influence factors of Eh and pH in the East China Sea in autumn
Xue-shi SUN, Zhi-zhou HU, Ming LIU, Yue PANG, De-jiang FAN
2019, 38(2): 211-220.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190208
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On the basis of in-situ measured data of Eh and pH from water body which has collected from 38 stations (a total of 114 samples) in the East China Sea during autumn season in 2016.With the combination simultaneous observations of environment hydrology, spatial distributions and influential factors of Eh and pH were discussed.The results illustrated that the values of Eh varies from 337.2 mV to 588.3 mV having average value 526.57 mV which is characterized by discontinuities.There is south and north "dual-core" structure in space having higher values of Eh in the inner shelf and lower in the estuary.The range of pH value is from 7.80 to 8.24 having an average value 8.04.While the values of pH in coastal areas and surface layers are higher than as compared to outer shelf and bottom layers, respectively.Comparison of two methods are involved to measured Eh with Pt electrode and calculated Eh from the Nernst equation, we can infer that high Eh in disequilibrium state is mainly controlled by the concentrations of O2(aq)/H2O couple and the contribution of organic mineralization and reduction of Fe(Ⅲ) relatively increased due to obvious stratification.Additionally, significant negative and positive correlations emerged between pH and temperature, and salinity, revealing that physical processes are also important factors for the oxidation-reduction reactions.Strong positive correlation between pH, temperature and salinity has been found which is indicating that the variation of pH in near-shore areas are affected by the input, diffusion and mixing of Yangtze Diluted Water.Restricted by turbidity, chlorophyll and Eh, the production of phytoplankton is only responsible for the variation of pH in surface water.On the basis of linear regression model established by pH-T and -S, the effects of temperature and salinity have been removed and the low values of pH performed in bottom water off the estuary may probably due to the stratification structure and the local decomposition of organic matter.
Variation characteristics of the extreme sea surface temperature events in the Northwest Pacific and its relationship with ENSO over the past 33 Years
Zhi-wei CHEN, Jian-cheng KANG, Cheng-lin GU, Yong XU, Ming TANG, Kai LU
2019, 38(2): 221-232.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190209
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Utilizing The NOAA Optimum Interpolation 1/4 Degree Daily Sea Surface Temperature Analysis data for the period 1982~2014.Variation characteristics of the extreme SST events and its relationship with ENSO in the Northwest Pacific are analyzed.The results indicate that:The frequency of extreme high temperature eventshas increased significantly, In the 1980s it was 2 to 5 years, and in the 1990s it was 1 to 4 years, since the 21st century, except for 2004 and 2011, other years have occurred.The number of days with extreme high temperature increased linearly with an increase rate of 30 d/10 a.The duration of a single extreme high temperature event gradually increased with an increase rate of 0.56 d/time, and the average temperature and maximum temperature also showed an upward trend, with the rate of increase being 0.032℃/time and 0.049℃/time, respectively.On the contrary, the frequency of extreme cold events has decreased significantly, from 1982 to 2000 once in 1~2 years, and since the 21st century, the frequency of occurrence has decreased significantly.The duration of the days of extreme cold temperature occurrence and the duration of single event both decreased significantly, with the reduction rate of -27 d/10 a and -1.6 d/time respectively.The average temperature and the minimum temperature of a single extreme cold temperature event showed a linear upward trend with a growth rate of 0.0087℃/time and 0.017℃/time.The extreme high temperature events show high and low frequency oscillations in the 1~4 year and 4~7 year cycles.The cold events show a multi-scale periodic variation with a main period scale of 3~4 years.In the second half of Nino 3.4, the ENSO index was significantly negatively correlated with the extreme high temperature in the western North Pacific, and was significantly positively correlated with extreme cold events.This means that in the La Niña years extreme heat events are more likely to occur.On the contrary, in the El Niño years, extreme cold events are prone to occur.
Marine data quality inspection plan based on rough set of multiple attributes decision
Kuo CHEN, Cui-ping KUANG, Lei WANG, Jun-feng PEI, Sheng-qiang YANG, Tao FENG
2019, 38(2): 233-237.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190210
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When managers facing a large number of complex and uncertain marine data, how to make a choice of those data quality inspection plans has become one of important problems for application.In this paper, the rough set theory was brought into optimal selection process of the marine data quality inspection plans.Firstly, the residuals and receiving probability was discretized for each inspection plans, and the generalization value was calculated.Then computed the dependence degree of different attributes for decision, and determined the weights of each attributes.Eventually the marine data quality inspection plans were optimized for managers to choose.The method was verified by marine data of monitoring sites in a certain sea area.
Study on sedimentation of graphene oxide in aqueous matrices with different salinity
Nan-nan ZHANG, Guang-hui DING, Xue-yao LI, Quan-bin LIU, Huan-huan XUE, Fu-xu CUI, Jing ZHANG
2019, 38(2): 238-243.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190211
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The study on the behavior of graphene oxide (GO) in the aqueous environment is very significant for its ecological risk assessment.In the present study, GO was dispersed in water with different salinity in order to investigate its dispersion stability and sedimentation.The results indicated that GO could be uniformly dispersed in deionized water that caused the decrease of the pH of the solution.With the extension of the settling time, GO still deposited slowly.With the increasing salinity of water, the sedimentation of GO became more serious and the size of aggregates increased obviously.When the salinity of water was higher than 8~10, the sedimentation rate of GO approached the fastest sedimentation rate at the favorable conditions.The sedimentation of GO in water with different salinity exhibited two processes, which was consistent with the classic Derjaguin-Landau-Verwey-Overbeek theory of colloidal stability.The calculated Critical Coagulation Salinity values were 6.79~11.84 for GO solutions with the concentration range of 2 to 100 mg/L.Therefore, GO stably dispersed in the freshwater might have a higher exposure risk to aquatic organisms living in the upper water column, whereas GO easily deposited in seawater might pose a higher exposure risk to benthic organisms.
Survey and assessment of seawater quality in Long island adjacent waters
Bin HAN, Fa-xiang LIN, Yu DING, Jing-xi LI, Li ZHENG
2019, 38(2): 244-250.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190212
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The survey of surface seawater quality in Long island adjacent waters was conducted in June and November, 2016.Hydrochemistry elements including temperature, pH, salt degree, DO, COD, NH4-N, NO2-N, NO3-N, PO4-P, Cr, Cu, Zn, As, Cd, Hg, Pb and oils were surveyed.The results show that the concentration of pollutants in the surface seawater of the sea area generally decreases from the Long island to the southwestern waters, decreasing to the southeastern waters, and the concentration of inorganic nitrogen is main pollutants.The results of nutrient evaluation model and organic pollution index show that the overall nutrient level of surface seawater in this area is high, the potential eutrophication level is limited, the degree of organic pollution is small and the water quality is good.
Analysis on the changes of coastline development intensity in China recent 25years
Yun ZHANG, De-rui SONG, Jian-li ZHANG, Jian-hua ZHAO
2019, 38(2): 251-255, 277.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190213
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Coastline resources are the important spatial basis of socio-economic development and urban expansion, which have become the key factor in the socio-economic development of coastal cities.Based on remote sensing images extracted from 1990, 2000, 2010 and 2015, this paper calculates the change of the development intensity and the average annual variation rate of the coastline was calculated to study its spatial and temporal evolution characteristics in the past 25 years, and studies the temporal and spatial evolution laws of time and temporal evolution of the mainland coastline.The conclusions were followed:(1)China's coastline development intensity growth rate to maintain the growth trend, the spatial distribution of the Yangtze River estuary as the dividing line, the northern coastal cities generally higher than the south, the evolution of time and space showed the "three" and "two".(2)During the research period, the highly utilization coastline was mostly distributed in Shandong, Liaoning and Zhejiang provinces.The percentage of utilization in total length of developed coastline was larger over 70% in Tianjin, Jiangsu and Shanghai.(3)In the recent 25 years, the trend of the continental coastline development intensity index to Shanghai as the dividing line, The northern coastal cities was over 0.6, which was generally higher than the southern coastal cities.
Heavy metals in the surface sediment of Liaodong bay and their potential ecological risk
Sheng-tao CHEN, An-yang MIAO, Ting-ting WEN, Xiao-fei YANG, Zhong-xin CHU
2019, 38(2): 256-262.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190214
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In order to understand the pollution characteristics of heavy metals in surface sediments of Liaodong bay, the concentrations of heavy metals including Hg, Cu, Pb, Cd, Cr, Zn, As in 33 samples were measured by atomic absorption spectrophotometry and atomic fluorescence spectrometric.The index of geoaccumulation and the potential ecological risk index were then employed to evaluate the pollution degree and potential ecological risk of heavy metals in the sediments.The results indicate that the average contents of Hg, Cu, Pb, Cd, Cr, Zn, As in Liaodong bay are 0.09, 18.81, 20.55, 0.35, 34.16, 52.94, 5.84 mg/kg, respectively.The pollution level of heavy metals in sediment by geoaccumulation index (Igeo) follows the order:Cd > Hg > Cu > Pb > Zn > As > Cr.The potential ecological risk of heavy metals in sediments by the potential ecological risk factors (Eri) follows the order:Hg > Cd > As > Cu > Pb > Cr > Zn.The potential ecological risk of most study area is in the low and medium level, except for 13 stations in the Jinzhou Bay which is in the relatively severe level.
Inter-annual variations of spatial pattern of wintering anchovy, Engraulis japonicus in central and southern Yellow Sea
Ming-xiang NIU, Jun WANG
2019, 38(2): 263-271.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190215
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Exploratory spatial data analysis (ESDA) can reveal complex spatial phenomenon and identify dynamic spatial pattern of fish population.It is a powerful tool to help us understand the spatial pattern and change of wintering anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) in central and southern Yellow Sea.On the basis of ESDA and GIS, this study investigated the spatial pattern and dynamic variations of wintering anchovy and its relationship with water temperature, using data collected by bottom trawl surveys and remote sensing in the central and southern Yellow Sea, during 2002-2015.The results indicated that the stations with similar stock density of anchovy aggregated in most years, but there wasn't change rule about the aggregating degree between years.The aggregation areas with high stock density were located in the central and eastern waters, and the aggregation areas with low stock density were located in the coastal and northern areas.The relationship between spatial pattern of wintering anchovy and water temperature showed that the high-high areas of stock density gather at the tongue of Yellow Sea warm current and its east regions, and the low-low areas of stock density are concentrated between the converging areas of cold water and warm water.There was a good correspondence between the latitude center of high-high areas of wintering abundance and the mean latitude of the preferred temperature isotherms, suggesting that the latitudinal distribution of high-high aggregation areas is affected by water temperature.
Research on the temporal and spatial distribution characteristics of Helice tientsinensis in Red Beach of the Liaohe estuary
Wen-hao HOU, Wei-zhi LU, Kai-yuan ZHAO, Jia-lin ZHANG, Rui-jin ZHANG, Wei LEI, Guo-xiang LIAO, Chang-an LIU
2019, 38(2): 272-277.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190216
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Red Beach, one important tourist resource in the coastal area of Panjin, Liaoning province, is composed by Suaeda heteroptera community.However, the red beach has degradated severely in recent years.Our preliminary results have found that the crab consumption (mainly by Helice tientsinensis) of Suaeda heteroptera is a great driving force in limiting the germination and growth of Suaeda heteroptera.So it is important to find out the distribution characteristics of Helice tientsinensis in coastal areas of Liaohe estuary for the conservation and restoration of Red Beach.In our present research, we studied the temporal and spatial distribution of Helice tientsinensis in Red Beach by pitfall trap method.The results demonstrate that the density of Helice tientsinensis is significantly monthly dynamic, which shows Jul. > Aug. > Jun. > Sept. > Oct. > May. > Nov.Moreover, the density of Helice tientsinensis decreases significantly when it is close to the estuary.We also found that the density of Helice tientsinensis is confined by different habitats.The density in habitats is:Suaeda-Phragmites ecotone > Phragmites community > Suaeda community > Suaeda-mudflat ecotone > mudflat.In this paper, the temporal and spatial distribution of Helice tientsinensis was investigated and analyzed to provide supports for Red Beach conservation and management.
Eco-environment quality assessment of macrobenthic community in the East Ningde sea waters
Ya-fei TANG, Jin-hui WANG, Hong CHENG, Bi-qi ZHENG, Zu-you MA
2019, 38(2): 278-285, 302.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190217
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Macrobenthos was investigated at 30 stations in the east Ningde sea waters in both March and November, 2016.A total of 99 species (75 species in March; 51 species in November) were found, including 44 species of Polychaetes, 22 species of Crustacea, 16 species of Mollusca, and 17species of other taxa.In this paper, the AZTI marine biotic index (AMBI) and the multivariate-AMBI (M-AMBI), were first applied to assess the eco-environmental quality of the east Ningde sea waters, and the assessment results were compared with those by the Shannon-Weaver Indexes (H'), aimed to test the applicability of these indices to the east Ningde sea waters.The result showed that most stations were slightly disturbed, especially in autumn.Compared with the results from AMBI, M-AMBI and H', the environment pollution degrees derived from AMBI was slightly lower than those derived from M-AMBI and H'.The assessment results based on M-AMBI could be more reasonable and coincident with H'.Thus it was suggested that for the east Ningde sea waters which is dominated by sensitive benthos species, M-AMBI and H' could be more applicative and objective than AMBI in assessing its eco-environmental quality.
Effects of carbon source restricted on pH change during growth of red tides algae
Yu LIU, Ya-di LOU, Hai-xia WANG, Qing LIU
2019, 38(2): 286-293.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190218
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Skeletonema costatum, Hereosigam akashiwo and Alexandrium tamareme were used to investigate the impact of different nutritional conditions on growth under restricted CO2 conditions.Biomass, pH and PO4-P were measured to discuss how carbon source and different nutrition conditions effect the change of pH during the different growth phases.The results showed that the increase of pH in the carbon restrict system was higher than that in the no carbon restrict system.The pH of Skeletonema costatum in normal, nitrogen and phosphorus deficiencies increased by 1.4, 1.5 and 1.4, respectively.The pH of Hereosigam akashiwo increased by 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0, respectively.The pH of Alexandrium tamarense increased by 1.6, 1.6 and 1.8, respectively.The pH and biomass had a significant positive correlation; the pH and phosphate had a significant negative correlation.
Effects of the Liao river discharge on the dispersion of pollutants
Wei-wei LI, Zhao-chen SUN, Shu-xiu LIANG
2019, 38(2): 294-302.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190219
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Based on the three-dimensional numerical model, this article simulates the distribution of the DIN concentration in Liaodong bay and investigates the influence of the variation of Liao river discharge on the distribution of DIN concentration, by coupling the hydrodynamic module and the water quality module of the model.The simulation results show that the DIN is accumulated during autumn and winter while consumed during spring and summer and the concentration of DIN gradually declines from the northeast to the southwest.In the northwest of Liaodong bay, high concentration of DIN exits in the Liao River estuary and the Daliao river estuary.With the concentration of the DIN input from the river remaining the same, strong hydrodynamic condition of Liao river will increase the concentration of DIN in the whole Liaodong bay, causing more serious water pollution.A weak hydrodynamic condition will improve the water quality of the sea area to some extent.
Techniques and Methods
Determination of trace rare earth elements in seawater by ICP-MS with Mg(OH)2 co-precipitation treatment
Yao LIU, Jin-ming SONG, Ling-ling SUN, Ying YU, Xuan SUN
2019, 38(2): 303-309.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190220
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Herein, through optimization of measurement conditions and standard verification, a method for the analyzing 14 rare earth elements in sea water with inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry(ICP-MS)was developed, by adding NH3·H2O directly into the seawater to form Mg(OH)2 co-precipitation.After the co-precipitation and centrifugation operation, the main matrix materials were separated, and the enrichment of the target rare earth elements was achieved.The optimum conditions for the co-precipitation of magnesium hydroxide were as follows:0.35 mL of 1:1 NH3·H2O solution added in seawater as precipitation matrix, cleaning the precipitation one time for matrix separation and 5 min of the deposition time.The recoveries of the method were in the range of 88.7%~107.1%; the method blanks of 14 kinds of rare earth elements covered 0.008×10-12~0.441×10-12, the method quantitative limits were of 0.054×10-12~0.423×10-12 and the relative standard deviations (RSDs) 2.8%~8.6%.The result of NASS-6 analysis by applying this method was in good agreement with the literature report.The method is of high accuracy, good precision and simple operation, which well meets the requirement for determination of rare earth elements in seawater in large quantities.
Research on the conformance analysis method and judgement matrix for marine functional zoning
Yu-ping DING, Xue MENG, Wei XU, Xin TENG, Yue-e DONG, Qi YUE
2019, 38(2): 310-316.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190221
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Marine functional zoning conformance analysis is one of the key links in sea use examination and sea use argument.Through understanding the connotation of marine functional zoning conformance analysis, this article aims to set up a comprehensive marine functional zoning conformance analysis method.And then supplemented by Delphi method, we build the judgement matrix, including the conformance between the types of sea area use and functional zones, the suitability between the way of sea area use and functional zones, the accessibility between the types of sea area use and functional zones.They provide a feasible and scientific basis for a comprehensive analysis of Marine Functional Zoning conformance analysis.
Comparison of the measuring accuracy between pipette and locomotive pipette in chemical analysis
Jun LI, Ling-ling SUN
2019, 38(2): 317-320.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190222
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We report our investigation on possible discrepancy between using pipette and locomotive pipette in terms of measuring accuracy by using pipette and locomotive pipette to dilute the same standard solutions and comparing their test results.The results indicated that the differences between the test results and the pre-determined concentrations were well within the allowable range of uncertainty (1%) when using pipette to dilute samples, while, however, the differences between the test results and the pre-determined concentrations were significantly higher than the allowable uncertainty range (1%) when using locomotive pipette to dilute test samples.Our results demonstrated that the test results from using pipette were more accurate than that from using locomotive pipette and we therefore recommend using pipette rather than locomotive pipette to dilute all solutions in chemical analysis.
Research of the effect of heat transfer coefficients on thermal effluent
XU Bing-feng, ZHANG Ling-ling
2015, 34(1): 81-85.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150115
[Abstract](2197) [PDF 1206KB](1)
Environmental quality of petroleum hydrocarbons in the surface sediment of the oil and gas exploration zone in the central of Bohai Sea
LIU Ming, ZHANG Ai-bin, LIAO Yong-jie, FAN De-jiang
2015, 34(1): 12-16.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150103
[Abstract](2124) [PDF 1172KB](6)
Phylogenetic relationship of four Alexandrium tamaranse/catenella isolates from Southeast Chinese costal waters using rDNA sequences
WANG Zhao-hui, MA Chang-jiang, XU Zhong-neng
2015, 34(1): 1-5,35.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150101
[Abstract](2380) [PDF 1239KB](1)
Prediction method of Chlorophyll-a concentration in seawater based on extreme learning machine regression
ZHANG Ying, GAO Qian-qian
2015, 34(1): 107-112.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150119
[Abstract](2327) [PDF 1366KB](3)
Effects of short-term weathering on the N-alkanes fraction of crude oils in Bohai Sea
QIAN Guo-dong, LI Ming, QU Liang, REN Xu-he, CHI Jie
2015, 34(1): 23-28.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150105
[Abstract](2321) [PDF 1311KB](1)
Effects of nitrogen sources on the growth and interspecific competition of Phaeodactylum tricornutum, Dunaliella salina and Karenia mikinotoi
LIANG Ying, SUN Ming-hui, LIU Chun-qiang, TIAN Chuan-yuan
2015, 34(1): 29-35.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150106
[Abstract](2219) [PDF 1290KB](1)
Analysis of the Liaohe Estuary coastline changes basing on the remote sensing image in the past thirty years
WANG Jian-bu, ZHANG Jie, CHEN Jing-yun, SUN Wei-fu, MA Yi
2015, 34(1): 86-92.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150116
[Abstract](2281) [PDF 1281KB](2)
Variation of landscape pattern in Jiangsu Yancheng coastal wetland 1983~2013
LIU Li-wei, ZHANG Yin-long, WANG Hui, SHI Jian-qiao, PI Yu-fei
2015, 34(1): 93-100.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150117
[Abstract](2345) [PDF 1214KB](1)
Study on the judicial authentication of marine environmental pollution damage and its evidentiary effect
LI Chen, ZHAO Yu-hui, SUN Pei-yan
2015, 34(1): 136-141.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150124
[Abstract](2387) [PDF 1089KB](11)
A primary study on the energy flow in the ecosystem of fishery ecological restoration area in HaizhouBay,Lianyungang
ZHANG Shuo, WANG Teng, FU Xiao-ming, ZHANG Hu
2015, 34(1): 42-47.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150108
[Abstract](2326) [PDF 1196KB](4)
Data standardization method for damage assessment of living marine resources based on GIS and expert evaluation method
LIU Xiu-ze, LI Yi-ping, WANG Ai-yong, YU Xu-guang, WANG Bin, GUO Dong, DONG Jing
2015, 34(1): 101-106.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150118
[Abstract](2169) [PDF 1285KB](2)
Marine industry competition strategy analysis in coastal provinces in China based on miche theory
YUAN Qing-min, QIN Cong-cong, YANG Rui, NING Ning-ning
2015, 34(1): 126-130.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150122
[Abstract](2235) [PDF 1095KB](1)
Spatial and temporal variation and potential ecological risk evaluation of heavy metals in surficial sediments from the adjacent waters of the Oujiang Estuary
FENG Wei-hua, ZHU Gen-hai, ZHENG Fang-qin, WU Jia-lin, ZHOU Qing-song
2015, 34(1): 36-41.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150107
[Abstract](2225) [PDF 1285KB](1)
Identification of several fish eggs and larvae by DNA barcoding in Xiamen Water
ZHOU Mei-yu, CHEN Xiao, YANG Sheng-yun
2015, 34(1): 120-125,135.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150121
[Abstract](2332) [PDF 1280KB](3)
The seasonal variation of tetrodotoxin in Amoya caninus
ZHU Guo-ping, LIAO Jian-meng, WU Bin, YE Ning, LI Zhai-wang
2015, 34(1): 66-69,80.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150112
[Abstract](2342) [PDF 1176KB](1)
Design of the seawater quality spatial evaluation system based on multi-source data
LI Bing-nan, YNAG Jian-hong, JIANG Xue-zhong, WU Tong
2015, 34(1): 113-119.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150120
[Abstract](2280) [PDF 1169KB](3)
Discussion on the jurisprudential basis of the oil pollution compensation fund
WANG Ting-ting, YU Shi-hui
2015, 34(1): 131-135.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150123
[Abstract](2010) [PDF 1088KB](3)
The source and ecological risk assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) of surficial sediment in Laizhou Bay
ZHANG Ming-liang, LI Hui, XU Ying-jiang, DENG Xu-xiu, FU Xiang, LV Zhen-bo
2015, 34(1): 6-11.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150102
[Abstract](2158) [PDF 1135KB](3)
Discussion of the change trend of the seagrass beds in the east coast of Hainan Island in nearly a decade
CHEN Shi-quan, WANG Dao-ru, WU Zhong-jie, ZHANG Guang-xing, LI Yuan-chao, TU Zhi-gang, YAO Hai-jun, CAI Ze-fu
2015, 34(1): 48-53.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150109
[Abstract](2500) [PDF 1179KB](2)
Calculating the probability of oil spill at port oil reserve base
HUANG Yan-pin, LI Ying, ZHOU Xin, ZHANG Zhi-da, LIU Bing-xin, LIU Yu
2015, 34(2): 313-316.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150227
[Abstract](1736) [PDF 1144KB](4)
Seasonal changes of phytoplankton in Luan Estuary-Dapu Estuary in spring and summer
ZHANG Yue-ming, WANG Yu-liang, YANG Yang, HAN Xiao-qing, ZHANG Jian-da, GAO Wei-ming
2015, 34(1): 70-75.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150113
[Abstract](2256) [PDF 1351KB](0)
Marine environmental risk assessment of the defense body
MA Qiang, LIN Jian-guo, LI Guang-zheng, YU Dong, SHEN Guang-yu
2015, 34(1): 142-146,155.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150125
[Abstract](1877) [PDF 1312KB](3)
Distributions and risk evalutionof heavy metals in Dalian coastal areas
LI Wen-jun, ZONG Hu-min, YUAN Xiu-tang, WANG Li-jun, ZHANG Zhi-feng, LIU Guang-yuan
2015, 34(4): 508-512.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150406
[Abstract](1468) [PDF 1115KB](1)
Influence of single and combined cadmium and benzo(a)-pyrene on SOD, CAT activities and MDA content in the Polychaete Perinereis aibuhitensis
WANG Li-li, WANG Yi-nan, SONG Ying-ying, YAO Xiang, LI Yan
2015, 34(1): 17-22.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150104
[Abstract](2635) [PDF 1195KB](3)
The degradation of lignin and its effect on the application of lignin as an indicatorof terrestrial organic matter
QI Li-ming, ZHANG Ting, LAN Hai-qing, SHI Xiao-mei, FAN Ping-ping
2015, 34(1): 147-155.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150126
[Abstract](2239) [PDF 1184KB](2)
Numerical simulation of petroleum hydrocarbons transport in Bohai Sea and the influences on water quality
SHANG Xue-mei, LOU An-gang, SUN Xue-juan, SUN Yue
2015, 34(1): 58-65.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150111
[Abstract](1948) [PDF 1458KB](1)
The progress of solid surface engineering on anti-biofouling
LI Ming-gan, LI Yan, ZHANG Fan, ZHU Jian-hang
2015, 34(1): 156-160.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150127
[Abstract](2034) [PDF 1121KB](2)
Carbon stable isotopic fractionation associated with biosynthesis of fatty acids by marine microalgae under the stress of oil spills
LIU Yu, YAO Jing-yuan, LI Ying, FENG Tian-shu
2015, 34(1): 54-57,65.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150110
[Abstract](1978) [PDF 1173KB](1)
Stability prediction of inorganic nitrogen in water environment of Bohai Sea
LI Mian, LAN Dong-dong, LIANG Bin, ZHANG Hao, BAO Chen-guang, XU Yan, YU Chun-yan, MA Ming-hui
2015, 34(2): 161-165.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150201
[Abstract](1759) [PDF 1447KB](4)
The impact of rivers on the Chl a concentrations in coastal surface waters of the Laizhou Bay
ZHOU Feng-xia, GAO Xue-lu, ZHUANG Wen, ZHANG Jin-feng, LI Pei-miao
2015, 34(2): 184-189.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150205
[Abstract](2095) [PDF 1184KB](1)
Spatial distribution of marine invasive species in the large marine ecosystems of China
BAI Jia-yu, MA Xue-guang
2015, 34(3): 347-353.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150305
[Abstract](1702) [PDF 1145KB](2)
Review of the research on the classification of two types of ENSO events
DONG Yu-jia, MENG Xiang-feng
2015, 34(3): 473-480.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150326
[Abstract](1333) [PDF 1231KB](1)
Temporal-spatial characteristics and ecological risk assessment of pollutants in surface sediment of Jinzhou Bay
CHEN Zhao-lin, SUN Qin-bang, BAO Ji-ming, ZHAO Su-fang, WANG Yang, WANG Bing
2015, 34(4): 494-498.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150403
[Abstract](1348) [PDF 1239KB](4)
Research progress on toxicoproteomics in fish: Using marine medaka and zebrafish as models
ZHANG Ling
2015, 34(4): 616-621.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150426
[Abstract](1690) [PDF 1100KB](2)
Analysis on the changes of continental coastline tortuosity in China recent 20 years
ZHANG Yun, ZHANG Jian-li, JING Xin-di, SONG De-rui
2015, 34(1): 76-80.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150114
[Abstract](1901) [PDF 1088KB](3)
Characteristics of the green tide disaster of east Shandong Peninsula offshore
SONG Xiao-li, HUANG Rui, YUAN Ke-lei, ZHAO Yu-hui, WEN Ruo-bing, ZHANG Hong-liang
2015, 34(3): 391-395.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150312
[Abstract](1393) [PDF 1216KB](2)
Effect of oil spill dispersant on the oil fingerprints investigated by variance analysis
WANG Qiao-min, SUN Bing, YAN Zhi-yu, LIU Hui, ZHU Xiao-mei, LIU Qin, YU Ying
2015, 34(4): 587-592.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150420
[Abstract](1402) [PDF 1097KB](1)
Working principle and improvement of weir technology in recovering oil spill
ZHANG Yin-dong, YANG Jie, ZHANG Xing-ming
2015, 34(2): 290-293.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150223
[Abstract](1644) [PDF 1168KB](1)
Ecological characteristics of phytoplankton community structure in Northwest Hainan coastal areas
XU Shan-nan, LIN Hua-jian, GONG Yu-yan, LI Chun-hou, CHEN Zuo-zhi
2015, 34(5): 661-668,685.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150504
[Abstract](1449) [PDF 1261KB](1)
Practice and consideration of cooperative action for marine environmental monitoring informatization system
LI Yi-hong, XU Ren, SONG Chen-yao
2015, 34(4): 578-581.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150418
[Abstract](1366) [PDF 1136KB](1)
Research on evaluation criteria construction and empirical study of the impacts of the reclamation on marine ecosystems——taking jiaozhou bay as an example
Zong-en HU, Miao WANG
2016, 35(3): 357-365.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160306
[Abstract](1584) [FullText HTML](18) [PDF 1202KB](18)
Diurnal change of soil carbon flux of island forests:A case study in Beichangshan Island
QIAO Ming-yang, SHEN Cheng-cheng, SHI Hong-hua, DING De-wen, GUO Zhen
2015, 34(3): 377-383.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150310
[Abstract](1424) [PDF 1258KB](2)
Acute toxic effects of crude oil pollution on Nauplius Ⅱ of Chthamalus challengeri
QI Lei-lei, SHA Jing-jing, TANG Xue-xi
2015, 34(3): 367-372.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150308
[Abstract](1466) [PDF 1260KB](1)
A public questionnaire survey of oil spill in 7.16 Dalian New Port
GUAN Chun-jiang, ZHANG Fan, LIN Yong, FAN Jing-feng
2015, 34(2): 317-320.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150228
[Abstract](1823) [PDF 1218KB](1)
Spatial and temporal variations of turbidity in the East China Seas derived from MODIS satellite data
HU Jing-wen, CHEN Shu-guo, ZHANG Ting-lu, ZHANG Guo-peng
2015, 34(4): 564-569.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150416
[Abstract](2020) [PDF 1332KB](1)
Responses of marine organisms and ecosystems to ocean acidification
ZHANG Jin-feng, GAO Xue-lu, ZHOU Feng-xia, LI Pei-miao, ZHUANG Wen
2015, 34(4): 630-640.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150428
[Abstract](1602) [PDF 1165KB](4)
Nitrogen and phosphorus absorption capability of Sargassummcclurei
ZHENG Xiao-ting, HUANG Xiang-hu, LI Chang-ling, YU Dong-xia
2015, 34(3): 396-401.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150313
[Abstract](1230) [PDF 1224KB](2)
Effects of benzo[a]pyrene exposure on biomarkers in Exopalaemon carinicauda liver
LI Lei, JIANG Mei, SHEN Xin-qiang, WANG Yun-long, WU Qing-yuan, NIU Jun-xiang, XU Gao-peng
2015, 34(4): 513-518.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150407
[Abstract](1323) [PDF 1258KB](1)
The evolution and driving mechanism of landscape pattern in islands during rapid urbanization: A case study of Dachangshan Island
MA De-ming, SHI Hong-hua, LIU Shi-hao, TIAN Zi-wen
2015, 34(2): 261-267.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150218
[Abstract](1513) [PDF 1189KB](1)
Comprehensive method for determining the weights of vulnerability assessment indexes on islands and the coastal zone based on the AHP weight method and entropy weight method
LIU Da-hai, GONG Wei, XING Wen-xiu, LI Xiao-xuan, MA Xue-jian, Yu Ying
2015, 34(3): 462-467.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150324
[Abstract](1451) [PDF 1165KB](4)
Research on island protection planning based on ecosystem
ZHANG Zhi-wei, ZHAO Jin-xia, FENG Ai-ping, WANG Jing
2015, 34(2): 300-306.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150225
[Abstract](1583) [PDF 1163KB](1)
Variation trends of nutrient in Qinhuangdao coastal area based on statistical method
WU Tong, CHEN Yan-long, HUANG Feng-rong, MA Yu-juan, BAO Chun-xia
2015, 34(4): 499-502,523.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150404
[Abstract](1473) [PDF 2033KB](1)
Toxicity effectofheavy metals on Photobacteriumphosphoreum and the species sensitivity comparison with other marine organisms
LI Zhen, MIAO Jing-jing, PAN Lu-qing
2015, 34(2): 176-183.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150204
[Abstract](1742) [PDF 1255KB](2)
Distribution patterns and ecological assessment on heavy metals in the surface sediments of Laizhou Bay
ZHENG Yi-min, GAO Mao-sheng, LIU Sen, ZHAO Jin-ming, GUO Fei, WANG Chang-ming
2015, 34(3): 354-360.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150306
[Abstract](1526) [PDF 1377KB](3)
Phytoplankton diversity distribution and its influence factors in southern waters of Miaodao Archipelago in summer
HUANG Feng-hong, SHI Hong-hua, ZHENG Wei, WANG Yuan-yuan, HUO Yuan-zi, LI Jie
2015, 34(4): 530-535.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150410
[Abstract](1508) [PDF 1212KB](0)
Source apportionment of PAHs in surface sediments from Bohai Sea and adjacent area
LI Jia-fu, LIU Shao-peng, LIU Xiang-min, MA Qian-yao, HAN Bin, LI Xian-guo
2015, 34(3): 337-342,353.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150303
[Abstract](974) [PDF 2027KB](5)
Distribution characteristics and environmental significance of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in core sediments of Daya Bay
HE Tong, YANG Wen-feng, XIE Jian, YU Han-sheng
2015, 34(4): 524-529.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150409
[Abstract](1863) [PDF 1189KB](0)
Strategy of moral hazard controlling in marine disaster insurance market
ZHENG Hui, WANG Chun-yang
2015, 34(4): 536-539,557.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150411
[Abstract](1411) [PDF 1884KB](1)
Differences between the Northwest Pacific tropical cyclone genesis location of two kinds of El Nio Modoki in autumn
ZHU Sai-zhi, MENG Xiang-feng
2015, 34(2): 255-260.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150217
[Abstract](1806) [PDF 1384KB](2)
Spatial and temporal distribution of PCBs in the reclamation soils at Changjiang Estuary
ZHU Yun-juan, DING Yong-sheng, TONG Sheng, HU Chao-hua, ZHU Shi-mao, SU Peng-hao, SUN Dan, LI Yi-fan
2015, 34(2): 274-278.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150220
[Abstract](1531) [PDF 1227KB](1)
Occurrence and source of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAHs) in the surficial sediment of the Bohai Sea
GUO Wen, XUE Wen-ping, YAO Wen-jun, XU Heng-zhen, LIN Zhong-sheng, YAO Zi-wei, MA Xin-dong
2015, 34(3): 330-336.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150302
[Abstract](1144) [PDF 1338KB](1)
Precise determination of 224Ra and 223Ra in seawaters by RaDeCC
GU He-quan, DU Jin-zhou, WU Mei-gui, JI Tao, ZHANG Jing
2015, 34(4): 570-577.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150417
[Abstract](1517) [PDF 1244KB](1)
Continuous underway measurements of sea surface O2/Ar and pCO2 by membrane inlet mass spectrometry
Wen-jing ZHENG, Yu HAN, Chuan QIN, Gui-ling ZHANG
2016, 35(4): 611-617.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160421
[Abstract](1082) [FullText HTML](18) [PDF 1392KB](18)
Distribution of urea section and its affecting factors in red-tide-frequent-occurrence area in spring
SU Ying, JIANG Cong-cong, SHI Xiao-yong, ZHAO Yu-ting, LIANG Sheng-kang, WANG Xiu-lin
2015, 34(2): 171-175.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150203
[Abstract](1688) [PDF 1282KB](2)
Spectral discrimination and separable feature lookup table of typical vegetation species in Yellow River Delta wetland
REN Guang-bo, ZHANG Jie, MA Yi
2015, 34(3): 420-426.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150317
[Abstract](1611) [PDF 1382KB](2)
Bioremediation of the pathogenic bacteria pollution in the sea cucumber Stichopus japonicus-cultured water system with sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis
LENG Xiao-fei, ZHANG Xi-chang, ZHANG Wei, XU Shu-fen
2015, 34(2): 166-170,189.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150202
[Abstract](1486) [PDF 1243KB](1)
Acute toxicity and accumulation of Mn ions with different valences on larval Apostichopus japonicas
XING Hong-yan, MA Yuan-qing, LI Bin, LI Jia-hui, LIU Xiao-bo, LIU Ai-ying, JIN Yang, BAI Yan-yan, ZHANG Juan, HE Xin
2015, 34(2): 251-254,306.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150216
[Abstract](1452) [PDF 1233KB](3)
Study on the corrosion effect of ballast tank caused by ballast water treatment of hydroxyl radical
CHEN Cao, CHENG Chao, BAI Min-dong, ZHANG Zhi-tao, MENG Xiang-ying
2015, 34(4): 582-586.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150419
[Abstract](1422) [PDF 1133KB](2)
Pollution characteristics and source analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons(PAHs) in surface sediment of Dalian
LIU Xian-jie, HONG Wen-jun, WANG Luo, JIA Hong-liang, LI Yi-fan
2016, 35(2): 252-255.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160217
[Abstract](2505) [PDF 1998KB](1)
Toxic effect of nonylphenol (NP) on the mantle of Paphia undulate
GONG Xiu-yu, HUANG Zhi-fei, WANG He-wei, ZHANG Zhe, MA Sheng-wei, CHEN Hai-gang, CAI Wen-gui
2015, 34(2): 234-239.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150213
[Abstract](1732) [PDF 1274KB](4)
Evaluation and risk prediction of eutrophication in Bohai Sea
YU Chun-yan, LI Mian, BAO Chen-guang, LAN Dong-dong, XU Yan, MA Ming-hui
2015, 34(3): 373-376.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150309
[Abstract](1619) [PDF 1243KB](2)
Purification of Eucheuma gelatinae on nitrogen and phosphorus and effect on the level of chlorophyll a in eutrophic seawater
LI Chun-qiang, YU Xiao-ling, WANG Shu-chang, PENG Ming
2015, 34(2): 190-193,239.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150206
[Abstract](1800) [PDF 1221KB](2)
Assessment of the reclamation resource potential based on ecosystem function in Dalian City
LIU Shu-xi, ZHANG Hao, ZHANG Peng-ji, SUN Shu-yan, SUN Qin-bang, YAN Ji-shun
2015, 34(2): 194-198.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150207
[Abstract](1641) [PDF 1090KB](3)
Distribution and composition of dissolved amino acids in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea during spring
WANG Peng, CHEN Yan, YANG Gui-peng, WANG Qi
2015, 34(2): 217-224.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150211
[Abstract](1639) [PDF 1452KB](3)
Effects of temperature,light intensity and nutrient condition on the growth and hemolytic activity of six species of typical ichthyotoxic algae
CAO Jie-ru, HUAN Qing-liu, WU Ni, JIANG Tian-jiu
2015, 34(3): 321-329.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150301
[Abstract](1298) [PDF 1593KB](4)
Optimal coupled inversion for multi-parameter of jet in flowing ambient fluid
LI Ming-chang, ZHANG Guang-yu, SI Qi, LIANG Shu-xiu, SUN Zhao-chen
2015, 34(3): 447-450.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150321
[Abstract](1250) [PDF 1161KB](2)
Distributions and sea-to-Air fluxes of volatile halocarbons in the Bohai Sea and northern Yellow Sea
LIU Qiu-lin, HE Zhen, YANG Gui-peng
2015, 34(4): 481-487.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150401
[Abstract](1418) [PDF 1356KB](0)
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