• 中文核心期刊
  • 中国科技核心期刊
  • ISSN 1007-6336
  • CN 21-1168/X

MessageBoard

Dear readers, authors and reviewers, if you have any questions about the contribution, review, editing and publication of this magazine, you can add comments on this page. We'll get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your support!

UserName
Email
Phone
Title
Content
Code
Display Method:
Articles in press have been peer-reviewed and accepted, which are not yet assigned to volumes /issues, but are citable by Digital Object Identifier (DOI).
Display Method:
A study on the structure optimization of single-drain square mariculture aquaculture tank based on the flow field uniformity
Xiao-zhong REN, Qian ZHANG, Heng-zhi JIANG, Jin-song GUI, Chun-wei BI
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190288
[Abstract](394) [FullText HTML](210) [PDF 978KB](2)
Abstract:
It is common that the square aquaculture tank has a large volume of lower velocity (dead volume) in the mariculture production. The arc angle instead of the right angle was used to optimize the structure of the tank, so as to improve the flow field uniformity of the square aquaculture tank and maintain a higher space utilization. In this paper, a three-dimensional turbulent numerical model of square aquaculture tank was established, and the flow field uniformity in single-drain square aquaculture tanks with different arc angle scales was studied by using computational fluid dynamics technology, the velocity distribution in the tanks was mainly analyzed, and the evaluation parameter UC50 (uniformity coefficient) was proposed to discuss the flow field uniformity. The results show that: the ratio of the moderate velocity zone in the tanks with 0.2≤R/B(relative arc to width ratio)<0.4 are relatively higher compared with the square tank, and the flow field uniformity is significantly improved. The theoretical basis is provided for the design of square arc angle aquaculture tank in this paper, and the optimal parameters are supplied for the structure optimization of square aquaculture tank.
Research on sea ice simulation and measurement in small ice model basin of CSSRC
Yu-kui TIAN, Shao-peng JI, Yin-hui WANG, Wei GUO, Ying KOU, Xu-hao GANG
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190253
[Abstract](439) [FullText HTML](193) [PDF 0KB](3)
Abstract:
A small ice model basin (SIMB) has been newly constructed in China Ship Scientific Research Center (CSSRC) and put into use for ice-related fundamental researches such as ice modeling, determination of ice mechanics and study on ice-structure interaction, etc. The basin has a dimension of 8 m in length, 2 m in width and 1 m in depth. Columnar saline ice is made from thin sodium chloride solution with an accurately controlled process of pre-cooling, freezing and tempering, which incorporates with seeding at the beginning and micro bubbling in the operation of freezing. A series of measurements of physical and mechanical properties along with microstructure observations of the resulted model ice have verified the main design aspects well, and, the realization of SIMB can make an effective platform for some fundamental researches on ice.
Research advances in microbial community structure and its influencing factors in sewage discharged into the sea
Yun-han FU, Jie SU, Dao-ming GUAN, Jing-feng FAN
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20200022
[Abstract](732) [FullText HTML](375) [PDF 600KB](5)
Abstract:
Discharge of sewage brought a large number of pathogenic microorganisms into the ocean, and pose a great threat to the sea water quality and the health of marine life in the adjacent sea area. Therefore, it is of great significance to study the community structure and influencing factors of pathogenic microorganisms from sewage outfalls. This paper summarizes the community structure characteristics of microorganisms in different types of sewage outfalls at home and abroad, highlights the important environmental factors that influence the community structure of microorganisms in sewage outfalls, and further elaborates the effect of pathogenic microorganisms in sewage outfalls on the marine water quality and oceans in the vicinity of the outfall Biological influence.
Discussion on pollution control of human enteric viruses in marine environment of China
Hong-xia MING, Ting-ting SHI, Jie SU, Jing-feng FAN, Hao GUO
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20200076
[Abstract](710) [FullText HTML](442) [PDF 584KB](3)
Abstract:
Water-borne infectious diseases are one of the major environmental problems in the world today, of which enteric viruses are the main pathogen that causes human gastrointestinal and other diseases. This paper analyzes the pollution of enteric viruses into the marine environment and the harm to human health caused by bathing beaches and seafood. This paper reviews the latest status of human enteric viruses surveillance in the marine environment at home and abroad, and points out that the current indicators and evaluation methods of microorganisms in the marine environment in China cannot indicate human enteric viruses contamination. Based on these, 4 suggestions are proposed. The first one is to formulate the technical supervision system. The second one is construct the related national monitoring network system of human enteric viruses in our marine environment. The third one is to carry out risk assessment and early warning research on human enteric viruses in our marine environment and construct the relevant system. The fourth one is to strengthen the supervision of human enteric viruses pollution in China's marine environment.
Impacts of human activities on the changes of wetland landscape types in the Yellow River Delta during the past 40 years
Ke-xin CHEN, Pi-fu CONG, Wei LEI
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190002
[Abstract](2290) [FullText HTML](1740) [PDF 1215KB](33)
Abstract:
In order to understand the impact of human activities on the changes of wetland landscape types in the Yellow River Delta wetland and to identify the dominant human factors, this paper uses Landsat 1976, 1986, 1996, 2006, 2016 satellite data and uses landscape transfer matrix, and human activity intensity model to quantitatively monitor the wetland landscape types under the influence of human activities in the Yellow River Delta during the 40 years and assess the impact of human activities by partitioning in the study area. The results are as follows: (1) Three kinds of conversions that are greatly affected by human disturbance: natural wetlands to human-made wetlands and non-wetlands are the most, and non-wetlands to human-made wetlands are medium, and human-made wetlands to non-wetlands are the least. (2) The proportion of landscape types that have been affected by human disturbances in the study area has been increasing, and the impact rate of human activities has increased from 16.77% in the first 10 years to 52.94% in the last 10 years. Farmland farming was the main human activity factor affecting the change of landscape types from 1976 to 2006. Between 2006 and 2016, the distribution of changes in natural wetlands area affected by various human activities is relatively balanced, and the proportion of transfer to reservoirs ponds is 34%. Farmland reclamation was the main influence in 1976-2016. (3) The human activity intensity model is applicable to the calculation of human activity intensity in the Yellow River Delta wetland. Between 1976 and 2016, severe disturbances were mainly concentrated in coastal areas, undisturbed and interference weakening areas were mainly concentrated in nature reserves. The results are in good agreement with the actual field survey results. The results of the study can provide a useful reference for the relevant departments to protect, manage and rehabilitate wetlands in the Yellow River Delta.
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
[Abstract](10609) [FullText HTML](10613) [PDF 968KB](55)
Abstract:
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.
Display Method:
cover
2021, 40(1).  
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 23906KB](0)
Abstract:
contnets
2021, 40(1): 0-0.  
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 646KB](0)
Abstract:
Investigation and Research
The characteristics of microplastics pollution in Sishili bay of the North Yellow Sea
Jiao-jiao CHENG, Xian-jun GUO, Yan-fang LI
2021, 40(1): 1-7.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190219
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1339KB](0)
Abstract:
Marine microplastic pollution has become one of the highly concerned global environmental issues. In this study, microplastic pollution in tidal flats seawater and rivers of Sishili bay were investigated along the coastal zone of the North Yellow Sea. The average abundance of microplastics in the surface water, river and tidal flat were (5.2±1.6) N/L, 5.2 N/L and (163.2±151.3) N/kg (d.w.), respectively. The fibers were dominated in microplastic types, which was primarily from aquaculture farming and river inputs, followed by fragments, films, foams and particles. The majority size of microplastics was < 1 mm (>50%). The distribution of microplastics in the water and tidal flat of Sishili bay showed significant spatial differences, which are mainly affected by aquaculture farming, daily living and hydrodynamics. More data are required in the future to understand the mechanism of microplastics distribution in the coastal open bay.
Heavy metal distribution patterns and their influence factors in Modaomen estuary of the Pearl River
Bao-gan LIAO, Qiu-xin LIU, Zhen-zhen JIA, Shi-yu LI, Jia-tang HU
2021, 40(1): 8-15.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190250
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1050KB](0)
Abstract:
Based on the field data obtained in Modaomen estuary during the salt intrusion period in January 2018, the contamination level and distribution characteristics of heavy metals in this area were analyzed and the influence of environmental factors on the transformation and partitioning of heavy metals were studied. The study area was divided into fresh water zone, mixed zone and salt water zone based on salinity and water stratification level. The contents of particulate and dissolved heavy metals had significant difference between fresh water zone and salt water zone. The particulate heavy metals showed a decreased trend with the increase of salinity. The order of variation coefficients in the spatial distribution of particulate heavy metals was Cd>Cr>Zn>Pb>Cu>As>Ni>Co. The concentrations of dissolved Pb, Cr, As and Co increased gradually in the seaward direction, while the concentrations of Cd, Cu, Ni and Zn showed a "low-high-low" distribution pattern. The order of variation coefficients in the spatial distribution of dissolved heavy metals was Zn>Cr>Cd>Pb>Cu>Co>As>Ni. The partitioning coefficients decreased gradually in the seaward direction. Results of the principal component analysis showed that salinity and suspended sediment concentration are the main environmental factors that affect the partitioning of heavy metals in the estuary.
International experience and China's practice of gaseous pollution control in low emission port
Jian-feng LI, Yu-tong DAI
2021, 40(1): 16-23, 33.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190248
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 728KB](0)
Abstract:
Port regional emission has become an important factor affecting the environmental air quality of coastal port cities in China. Port low emission area is one of the important measures to control port pollution. China's port pollution control started late, but with the introduction of a series of policies, laws and regulations, it laid a solid foundation for comprehensively promoting the prevention and control of vessel and port pollution. The establishment of port low emission area has become a new and important measure for some countries and regions to solve the problem of port air pollution. In a China southern city, port area emission has become an important local air pollution source. From large to small, the contribution rate of all kinds of pollution sources in this port is ocean going vessel, transportation vehicles, inland vessel and operation machinery. By calculating the PM2.5 equivalent of pollutant emission, it can see that after the implementation of the port low emission area scheme, the reduction of particulate matter is 1.2 times of the required emission reduction. Although China's port pollution control has achieved some results at present, it still needs to strengthen regional cooperation and policy support to further promote port pollution control. At the same time, the management experience of other countries in low-row areas of ports is also worth learning, which is beneficial to ensure the implementation of port pollution control plans.
An investigation of the pollutants discharge control strategies in Xiangshan bay based on 3D hydrodynamic and water quality numerical modelling
Fan-jie WU, Gang-feng WU, Ping DONG, Ke-feng ZHANG
2021, 40(1): 24-33.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190264
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 2494KB](0)
Abstract:
A numerical model based on Delft 3D, an open source three-dimensional hydrodynamic model, was built to simulate the temporal and spatial distribution of tidal level, tidal current, temperature and salinity in Xiangshan bay. Calculated results were found to match the measured data closely, which demonstrated the model was able to simulate the hydrodynamic characteristics of Xiangshan bay accurately. Based on the validated flow model, a water quality model was built to investigate the migration and transformation process of pollutants in Xiangshan bay. The simulation results were again found to match with the measured data and the model is capable of reproducing the variation trend of the most water quality variables in Xiangshan bay. The verified water quality model was then applied to analyze the influence of the sewage outlets on the water quality variables in Xiangshan bay considering the timing of the discharge (during ebb tide), variation of discharge rate and layout of the sewage outlets. The simulation results showed that the water quality environment of Xiangshan bay was clearly affected by the locations of sewage outlets and the three design scenarios considered could all directly reduce the DIN concentration in the bay with different scenarios shown different influencing characteristics.
An experimental study on horizontal two-dimensional transport and diffusivity of dye under irregular waves in surf zone
Chong YU, Chun-ping REN
2021, 40(1): 34-40.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190177
[Abstract](616) [FullText HTML](329) [PDF 2899KB](1)
Abstract:
The experimental study on transport and diffusivity of pollutant in the surf zone can provide a basis for the design of nearshore water environmental protection and pollutant discharge. In the actual situation, the coastal incident waves are irregular waves, this paper studies the horizontal two-dimensional transport and diffusivity of dye under five irregular incident waves based on physical model experiments, image processing and centroid tracking, focuses on the calculation and analysis of the transport velocity in the alongshore and the transport velocity and diffusion coefficient in the cross-shore direction of the dye patch under different wave conditions. The results show that the cross-shore dye transport velocity Vx is about 4.4%~64.7% of the alongshore direction Vy in the case of irregular incident waves; the alongshore dye transport velocity is about 35% of the mean longshore current maximum; the diffusion coefficient in the cross-shore direction is within the range of 2.3×10−4 ~2.2×10−3 m2/s under irregular waves, which is decreases as the increase of irregular incident wave period, and the incident wave height has no significant effect on it.
Responses of distribution of water quality in the Sansha bay on the land discharge and aquaculture
Shu-jie NIU, Mao-tian LI, Meng TONG, Xiao-qiang LIU, Mu-dong LIN, Guo-yu YIN
2021, 40(1): 41-49.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190186
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1174KB](0)
Abstract:
Based on nutrients and hydrological data of one fixed station and twelve navigation stations in 2018 flood season in the Sansha bay, Fujian province, this paper found: (1) The average concentrations of SiO3-Si、NO3-N、NH4-N、PO4-P and SSC in ebb (includes drainage of the Ningde city) are about 1.2, 3.6, 6, 2.5 and 2 times higher than that in the flood (seawater) in Dajinxi estuary, respectively. (2)The concentrations of NO3-N and SiO3-Si decrease by 31% and 50% with the increased of salinity, the result indicated SiO3-Si and NO3-N variation were controlled by river discharge. However, with increase of salinity, the concentrations of NH4-N and PO4-P showed a slight decrease trend, and NO2-N even showed an increase trend, the result implicated that change of NH4-N、PO4-P and NO2-N were mainly controlled by aquaculture in the bay. (3) The average concentrations of inorganic nitrogen (DIN) on twelve navigation stations was 57.33>21.41 μmol/L, PO4-P (DIP) was 2.28>1.45 μmol/L, and DIN/DIP was between 8~30, such level of above parameters indicated that the water quality in the Sansha bay had exceeded the grade IV water quality standard and reached the state of eutrophication.
Numerical study on the influence of double-inlet pipes system for single-drain rectangular arc angle aquaculture tank on hydrodynamic characteristics
Xiao-zhong REN, Bo-ru XUE, Heng-zhi JIANG, Lin-ping YU, Tiao-jian XU, Zhen MA, Xian-ying SHI
2021, 40(1): 50-56.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190234
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 8822KB](0)
Abstract:
In order to research the influence on the hydrodynamic characteristics of single-drain marine aquaculture tank with different double-inlet pipes distances, especially the velocity distribution of the bottom and near discharge outlets. The RNG k-ε turbulence model was applied to simulation the flow field in rectangular arc angle aquaculture tank , the computational fluid dynamics study is performed to analyze the impact of different layout positions under double-inlet pipes structure conditions on the flow field of the tank, and the fluid dynamics characteristics variables were adopted to analyze the complex the flow field in the near of sewage outlet. The results indicate that the position of the inlet pipe in the double-inlet pipe structure has a significant influence on the velocity distribution at the bottom of the tank; the double-inlet pipes at the arc angle is conducive to improve the hydrodynamic characteristics at the bottom of the tank.
Effects of temperature, nitrogen and phosphorous limitation on the physiological and toxigenic characteristics of harmful benthic dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima isolated from South China Sea
Yun ZHONG, Hai-yan WU, Tao JIANG, Guan-chao ZHENG, Song-hui LV, Zhi-jun TAN
2021, 40(1): 57-65.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190206
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1114KB](0)
Abstract:
This study evaluated the potential risk for a harmful benthic dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima (strain HN45), which was isolated from the South China Sea. In this experiment, P. lima was cultured in laboratory under different temperatures(20 ℃, 25 ℃, 30 ℃)and nitrogen phosphorous limitation conditions (nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio, N/P: 4.08, 8.17, 16.3, 24.5, 73.5, 147). Then the physiological characteristics, including cell density, growth rate and pigments, as well as the production characteristics of diarrhetic shellfish toxins (DSTs) were investigated and analyzed. Based on the multi-factor analysis of variance, the results showed that the temperature and phosphorus-limited levels had significant effect on cell density, peridinins (the typical pigments of dinoflagellates) and intracellular toxin of P. lima. The DSTs production ability of single cells reached to the highest value (11.34 pg/cell) at the temperature of 25 ℃ and phosphorus concentration of 6 μM. Phosphorus deficiency reduced cells density and specific growth rate of P. lima, but significantly increased their ability to produce DSTs. Moreover, esterified toxins accounted for 3% to 14% of intracellular total toxins in P. lima, which was much lower than the free content toxins. In addition, chlorophyll a concentration of P. lima was negatively correlated with DSTs content. Which further confirmed the competition of the production of chlorophyll a and DSTs. Further research was needed to study the survival selective strategies of Prorocentrum lima under the ambient pressures.
Preliminary study on the molecular signaling regulation mechanism in Rhopilema esculentum polyps strobilation induced by low temperature
Xiao-ya WU, Xian-yu GONG, Shu-liang TAN, Yu ZHEN, Tie-zhu MI
2021, 40(1): 66-72.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190262
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1173KB](0)
Abstract:
The life cycle of Rhopilema esculentum involves pelagic medusa and benthic polyp. Asexual reproduction is the main reproduction method of R. esculentum. As one of the asexual reproductions, the strobilation is the only way to transform polyps to medusae, which is mainly regulated by temperature. In order to investigate the effects of low temperature induction and the molecular regulation mechanism in the strobilation, R. esculentum polyps were cultured at low temperature for a short period, and the transcriptome differences between the low temperature group and control group were compared and analyzed. Results showed that there were 1655 differential expressed genes in the strobilation, which involved in TGF-β (transforming growth factor beta), MAPK (mitogen-activated protein kinase), Wnt (wingless-int) and Cell Cycle signaling pathways. Under the induction of low temperature, the above signaling pathways responded, but the Wnt signaling pathway was inhibited and the other three pathways were activated. This study preliminarily demonstrates the molecular regulation pathways involved in low temperature-induced R. esculentum polyps, which provides a help for further investigation of molecular regulation mechanism in strobilation of R. esculentum.
Seasonal variation of phytoplankton community and its relationship with environmental factors in deep-water cage aquaculture area of Houshui bay
Dan-dan CHEN, Qiao-zhu PANG, Zhi-gang TU, Hai-qun XIE, Xiao-hui CHEN
2021, 40(1): 73-80.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190268
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1329KB](0)
Abstract:
Based on the phytoplankton and environment data collected from the deep-water cage aquaculture area of Houshui bay and its adjacent waters between April 2018 and January 2019, this paper analyzed the seasonal variation of phytoplankton community and its relationship with environmental factors, as well as the impact of deep-water cage aquaculture on the environment. In this research, 214 phytoplankton taxa were identified, which belonged to five phyla and 65 genera, with Bacillariophyta being the main group. The dominant species were Skeletonema costatum, Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima, Skeletonema tropicum, Thalassiosira subtilis and so on. There were obvious seasonal variations in species composition of the dominant. The phytoplankton abundances and the biodiversity indices (Margalef richness index, Shannon-Wiener diversity and Pielou evenness) were significantly different in season, and they were generally higher in summer and autumn than in winter and spring. The results of Bray-Curtis analysis and non-metric multidimensional scaling analysis showed that the composition of phytoplankton community had significant seasonal differences, but there was no significant difference between the aquaculture area and the control point. Redundancy analysis suggested that the main factors affecting the community structure were temperature, salinity, nutrition, and various phytoplankton respond to these main factors in different ways. The water quality of Houshui bay was fine during the investigation. There was no significant difference in phytoplankton community composition and environmental factors between the aquaculture areas and the control points in each season. Deep-water cage culture had no significant effect on the water quality and phytoplankton in Houshui bay.
The sensitive grain-size components of core sediments and environmental significance at tidal flat around Qidong cape, Jiangsu province
Yun-feng ZHANG, Zhen-ke ZHANG, Hai-yan DING, Ying-ying CHEN
2021, 40(1): 81-86.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190220
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 806KB](0)
Abstract:
The sensitive grain-size component is one of the important approaches to analyze sedimentary environment change. Tidal flat around Qidong cape is located at the intersection between the coast of Jiangsu and the river line of the Yangtze River, where with intense land-sea interactivities. With economic development, the area is affected by human activities heavily. Four cores are collected during field investigation. After grain size analysis, the sensitive grain-size components are identified based on standard deviation. The results are as follows: (1) there is a distinct negative correlation between fine components and coarse components. The fine components of <22 μm, <26 μm, <22 μm in the core QDZ-1, QDZ-2 and QDZ-3 sediments gradually increases from bottom to top, which could reflect general law of tidal flat sedimentation. (2) The coarse components suddenly increase under the influence of extreme environmental changes such as floods and storm surges. The coarse components of >22 μm, >26 μm and >22 μm in the core QDZ-1, QDZ-2 and QDZ-3 sediments increased sharply to 84%, 85% and 80% at depths of 172.5 cm, 242.5 cm and 142.5 cm respectively. (3) The fine components are more likely to leach than the coarse components under the influence of human activities, and as a result, that sediment tends to coarsen. The coarse components of >26 μm of QDZ-2 showed an increasing trend in the upper part of the section A. The reason is due to the combined effects of agricultural activities and rainwater leaching. The coarse components of 22 μm~88 μm and >88 μm of QDZ-3 show an increasing trend in the upper part of the section A. The coarse components of >63 μm of QDZ-4 showed the same. The reason is that the sedimentary dynamic enhanced by reclamation dikes constructed. As a result, coarse components are easier than fine components to adapt to high-energy environment and to deposit.
Numerical simulation of convective diffusion of pollutants on the wall surface of ocean pillar structure
Jing LU, Jian-guo LIN, Yue XIE
2021, 40(1): 87-92.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190136
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1287KB](0)
Abstract:
For the problem of flow around the cylinder, many domestic and foreign scholars have done a lot of research, but there is limited research on the pollution caused by the surface coating of the column to the marine environment. In this paper, the concentration field caused by the wall surface contaminant flow under the action of two-dimensional cylinder is numerically simulated. Under the oscillating eddy current field generated by the flow around a cylinder with a Reynolds number of 75~175, the cylindrical surface pollutants are used as the wall condition, the concentration field under various oscillating eddy current fields is analyzed, and the correlation and distribution law between the concentration field and the eddy current field are analyzed. The numerical simulation results show that under the action of the oscillating eddy current field, the concentration distribution of the pollutants is synchronized with the distribution of the vortex, the concentration of the center of the vortex is relatively high, and the concentration at the edge of the vortex is relatively low. As the Reynolds number increases, the concentration of the vortex position decreases.
Distribution and pollution assessment of biogenic elements in surface sediments from Qingdao coastal area
Ming-dan LEI, Zhao-hui WANG, Tao JIANG
2021, 40(1): 93-100.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190301
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 922KB](0)
Abstract:
Thirty-three surface sediment samples were collected from Jiaozhou bay, Laoshan coastal area and Qingdao amphioxus reserve area in November 2017. Biogenic elements including total organic carbon (TOC), total nitrogen (TN), total phosphate (TP) and biogenic silica (BSi) were analyzed. Concentrations of TOC, TN, TP and BSi were in the range of 0.21%~1.43%, 0.02%~0.13%, 0.06%~0.15%, 0.26%~0.60%, respectively. TN and TP were high in Jiaozhou bay, and TOC was high in Laoshan coastal area. While, BSi was high in amphioxus reserve area. In addition, BSi in Jiaozhou bay showed a significant decreasing trend compared to the previous studies, indicating the decrease of diatom productivity. Based on the molar ratios of TOC/TN, TOC in Jiaozhou bay and amphioxus reserve area was originated from mixture inputs of terrestrial and marine sources, while was mainly originated from marine sources in Laoshan coastal area. Results from pollution assessment of biogenic elements indicated that TOC in the surface sediments from Qingdao coast belonged to the uncontaminated level, however TN and TP reached moderate pollution level.
Extraction and purification of yessotoxin in the dinoflagellate Protoceratium reticulatum
Jing-yuan YAO, Wei JIN, Wen-bo CHEN, Chang-bao GONG, Bao-lin JIA, Shi-feng SUI, Shao-shu FENG, Lei HAN, Yu-bo LIANG, Song-hui LV
2021, 40(1): 101-106.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190151
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 875KB](0)
Abstract:
Marine dinoflagellate Protoceratium reticulatum producing yessotoxins was mass cultured. Then obtained algal cells were extracted by ultrasonic crushing with methanol for yessotoxins. Macroporous adsorption resin (HP20) was used to adsorb the extracellular toxin secreted in the culture medium, and the yessotoxins adsorbed on the resin were eluted with 70% ethanol. Nine of yessotoxin and their analogues were detected by high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry in extracts. The toxin of yessotoxin accounted for 95.1% of the total toxin group in the extracts, derivative 41YTX accounted for 3.65%, and other trace analogues accounted for 1.25%. Yessotoxin was purified through high performance preparation liquid chromatography for 5 times. The molecular weight and molecular formula was confirmed as 1142.4747 and C55H82O21S2, respectively, by high resolution mass spectrometry. The purity of yessotoxin detected by quantitative nuclear magnetic method was more than 99%, meeting the requirement for preparation of yessotoxin standard material.
The standard and its influencing factors of ecological compensation on marine protected areas based on CVM: A case study of Shengsi Ma'an Islands
Yu-ying CAI, Bing YU
2021, 40(1): 107-113.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190208
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 695KB](0)
Abstract:
The verification of ecological compensation standard is the key to the research on marine protected area ecological compensation, and the willingness of ecological compensation of stakeholders and its influencing factors are important foundations for formulating reasonable ecological compensation standard and improving compensation efficiency. Taking the Shengsi Ma'an Islands marine protection area (MPA) as an example, this paper determined the main recipients of the ecological compensation as residents and the main compensators as the government, tourists and non-local businessmen according to stakeholder analysis. On this basis, through the questionnaire survey of residents and tourists in the MPA, contingent valuation method (CVM) was selected to analyze the willingness to accept (WTA) of residents and the willingness to pay (WTP) of tourists. The results show that 68.54% of the surveyed residents have the WTA, and they are willing to accept an annual average of about 248.03 yuan. Their WTA is mainly affected by age, occupation and other factors, while the acceptance value is mainly affected by age, family income and other factors. Most tourists (97.62% of respondents) have the WTP, and they are willing to pay an annual average of about 203.55 yuan. The payment value is mainly affected by the family annual income, residence location and understanding of ecological compensation.
Isolation and identification of a high efficiency algicidal bacterium FDHY-C3 and algicidal characteristics on Skeletonema costatum
Xin-guo SHI, Yue LI, Yu-chun XIAO, Wen-huang ZHENG, Le-mian LIU, Jian-feng CHEN
2021, 40(1): 114-121.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190276
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 1638KB](0)
Abstract:
An algicidal bacterium (FDHY-C3) with high-efficiency algicidal activity was isolated from the surface water of Changle coastal area, Fujian province. The morphological, physiological, biochemical and 16S rDNA sequence analysis was performed and the results indicated that the strain FDHY-C3 belongs to the genus of Alternaria. This strain showed a broad algicidal activity on diatoms, dinoflagellates and raphidophytes. The highest algicidal rate was detected on Skeletonema costatum, the algicidal rate can reach 98.18% in 72 h. The algicidal compounds was detected in extracellular secretions of FDHY-C3 cells through an indirectly dissolve way on target algal cells. The algal-lytic compounds of FDHY-C3 were not affected by freezing, but were affected by acidity and alkalinity and high temperature. The compounds can be extracted by ethanol and ethyl acetate, and was estimated to be protease. The molecular weight of this compound was between 10 kD and 14 kD.
Sea surface temperature consistency analysis based on AVHRR and MODIS
Yang-feng XU, Lian-wei LI, Cun-jin XUE, Zeng-you YUE, Jing-yi LIU
2021, 40(1): 122-132.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190294
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 2152KB](0)
Abstract:
Focusing on the Pacific, four error statistical indicators: average deviation, absolute deviation, standard deviation, and correlation coefficient are selected to conduct a consistency analysis of two SST data, MODIS SST and AVHRR SST, from July 2002 to December 2009 in this paper. The results show that: (1) The difference between the two SST data is unevenly distributed in space and time. Before the anomaly, the area with better consistency is distributed in the low-latitude on the south and north sides of the deviation band (around 10° N) and the eastern seas of Australia, and the deviation is stable within ± 0.4 ℃ for a long time; (2) In the seas of central and western South America and near the Malay Islands, the difference between the two SST data have obvious seasonal rules, and the two sensors have a certain degree of mechanism difference near the Malay Islands; (3) Season is not the main reason for the difference between the two SST data In the central of the mid-latitude of Pacific in the southern and northern hemisphere; (4)After the anomaly, the area with better consistency is mainly distributed in the low-latitude on the south and north sides of the deviation band (around 10° N) and the eastern seas of Australia. The difference in the other areas after the anomaly are closer to the same level;(5)Of the two SST data, the difference between the night derailment (Night) data is greater than the daytime ascension (Day). After the anomaly, this difference is greatly reduced.
Effect of main components of detergent on oxidative stress in soft corals
Hao LU, Hong-yan LIU, Xiu-ming HUANG, Pei-zheng WANG, Wei-dong LI, Zhi-feng GU
2021, 40(1): 133-138.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190266
[Abstract](638) [FullText HTML](359) [PDF 753KB](9)
Abstract:
Shallow corals are threatened by the increasing detergents in coastal discharges. To investigate the effects of detergent main component linear alkylbenzene sulfonates (LAS) and fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether (AEO) on shallow soft corals. Sarcophyton trocheliophorum and Sinularia microclavata were exposed to different concentrations of LAS and AEO environment for 8 hours, and chlorophyll content, and the activity of some key enzymes were determined. The results showed that the chlorophyll a content of corals increased significantly under high concentration of LAS, and the activities of SOD and CAT of the two soft corals increased significantly under different LAS concentrations. The activities of GST and AKP were not significantly affected by LAS environment. Under AEO environment stress, the CAT activity of the two soft corals increased significantly, and the high concentration of AEO environment had a significant effect on the chlorophyll content and GST activity of the two soft corals. This experiment provides data support for the study of the effects of detergents on coral reefs.
Techniques and Methods
Study on the method of marine organisms investigation, screening and evaluation based on nuclear power plant cold source safety
Fan YU, Bo-tao XU, Xin WU, Jie BAI, Yong LI
2021, 40(1): 139-143.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190239
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 644KB](0)
Abstract:
There have been a number of marine biological outbreaks in coastal nuclear power projects in China, which lead to exception of water intake system of nuclear power plants. Nuclear plants carry out marine ecological investigation at the feasibility study stage. At present, the investigation and evaluation of marine organisms in the early stage of nuclear power plant construction are lack of pertinence to the marine organisms causing disasters. In this paper, the actual work feedback of disaster causing marine organisms and nuclear power plant cold source safety has been combined. The deficiencies of marine biological investigation in the early stage of nuclear power project construction are analyzed and the optimization measures of investigation scheme are provided. To try to enhance the relationship between marine biological investigation and the defense system of NPP’s cold source safety in depth.
Review
Advance in the study on toxicity mechanism of petroleum hydrocarbons on marine bivalves
Shu-wei ZHAO, Hong-xia XIONG, Xiao-li WANG, Shi-tao PENG
2021, 40(1): 144-151.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190181
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 593KB](0)
Abstract:
Oil spills are the most common marine emergencies, and serious marine oil spills often cause significant damage to the marine ecosystem. Petroleum hydrocarbon components in the environment are complex and difficult to degrade. In addition, petroleum hydrocarbons have the three effects of carcinogenic, teratogenic and mutagenic, easy to be enriched in marine organisms, and cause serious impacts on the growth, survival and reproduction of marine organisms. This paper reviews recent studies about the toxicity of petroleum hydrocarbon to bivalve shellfish at home and abroad, including the toxicity of petroleum hydrocarbons, the accumulation rule in bivalve shellfish. In addition, it also includes the impacts on the health of the body, such as the damage of petroleum hydrocarbons to the antioxidant enzyme system in bivalve shellfish, as well as the impacts on the bivalve shellfish genes. At last, the future research direction of petroleum hydrocarbon toxicity to bivalve shellfish are prospected. These results provide references for further studies on toxicological mechanism and marine ecological restoration.
Advances of ecological roles in marine benthic viruses
Chen ZHANG, Ping ZUO, Zhong-hua CAI, Xiao-peng DU, Ming-jun YANG, Jin ZHOU
2021, 40(1): 152-160.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190201
[Abstract](0) [FullText HTML](0) [PDF 756KB](0)
Abstract:
Viruses are the most abundant life forms on the earth and widely distributed in various environments including the deep biosphere. Viruses infect microbial hosts and affect their physiological characteristics, ecological processes and biogeochemical cycles. Recently, the latest results have shown that viral lysis is the main driver for the death of benthic prokaryotes. These findings have attracted extensive attention of researchers on benthic viruses. In order to have a comprehensive understanding the ecological roles of benthic viruses, we summarized the important findings in viral ecological features (distribution, abundance, biodiversity, and lifestyle), dynamics and impact factors, interactions with the host and viral ecological effects in the carbon cycle. Meanwhile, the future research directions of benthic viruses in biology, ecology and biogeochemistry field were also prospected. The aim of this review is to enhance the understanding of the ecological role in benthic viruses and provide reference for the development of benthic viral ecology and its related disciplines.
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](2755) [PDF 1206KB](66)
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](2665) [PDF 1172KB](44)
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](2908) [PDF 1239KB](38)
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](2834) [PDF 1281KB](61)
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](2863) [PDF 1366KB](64)
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](2747) [PDF 1290KB](37)
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](2824) [PDF 1311KB](35)
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](2931) [PDF 1089KB](69)
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](2907) [PDF 1214KB](34)
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](2682) [PDF 1285KB](33)
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](2842) [PDF 1196KB](35)
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](2789) [PDF 1095KB](72)
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](2725) [PDF 1285KB](17)
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](2847) [PDF 1280KB](57)
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](2787) [PDF 1169KB](38)
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](2858) [PDF 1176KB](41)
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](2433) [PDF 1088KB](41)
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](2655) [PDF 1135KB](22)
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](3009) [PDF 1179KB](25)
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](2160) [PDF 1144KB](39)
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](2729) [PDF 1351KB](20)
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](1848) [PDF 1115KB](51)
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](2710) [PDF 1312KB](38)
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](3012) [PDF 1195KB](25)
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](2586) [PDF 1184KB](30)
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](3450) [PDF 1121KB](40)
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](2297) [PDF 1458KB](17)
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](2325) [PDF 1173KB](32)
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](2135) [PDF 1447KB](27)
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](2387) [PDF 1184KB](24)
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](2180) [PDF 1145KB](59)
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](2199) [PDF 1231KB](40)
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](1744) [PDF 1239KB](49)
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](2221) [PDF 1088KB](43)
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](1820) [PDF 1216KB](74)
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](2077) [PDF 1100KB](75)
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](1849) [PDF 1261KB](16)
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](2000) [PDF 1168KB](39)
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](1912) [PDF 1165KB](26)
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](2150) [FullText HTML](984) [PDF 1202KB](984)
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](1760) [PDF 1097KB](10)
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](2501) [PDF 1163KB](35)
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](1802) [PDF 1258KB](15)
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](1734) [PDF 1136KB](41)
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](1834) [PDF 1260KB](23)
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](2726) [PDF 1218KB](50)
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](1794) [PDF 1165KB](27)
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](2346) [PDF 1332KB](34)
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](1572) [PDF 1224KB](17)
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](1867) [PDF 1189KB](28)
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](1684) [PDF 1258KB](13)
Seasonal variation of the coastal currents in the Northern Bohai Strait
Chuan-xi XING, Qian ZHAO, Xue-feng CAO, Yong-jun YANG, Li-na SONG
2020, 39(3): 334-339.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20200302
[Abstract](6738) [FullText HTML](1039) [PDF 3778KB](1039)
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](2114) [PDF 1255KB](32)
Temporal and spatial distribution characteristics of nutrients and eutrophication assessment in Guanghai bay
Bao-shi LI, Cheng-xuan LI, Yu-xiu JIN, Peng JI, Xiao-long ZHAO, Shuai HE
2020, 39(5): 657-663.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190171
[Abstract](9454) [FullText HTML](1592) [PDF 1036KB](1592)
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](1905) [PDF 1377KB](32)
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](1872) [PDF 2033KB](42)
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](2746) [PDF 1384KB](52)
Trophic upgrading of essential fatty acids by Oxyrrhis marina
Yu-ting WEI, Yan WANG, Xiao-dong WANG
2020, 39(3): 329-333.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20200301
[Abstract](6281) [FullText HTML](907) [PDF 1276KB](907)
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](1880) [PDF 1212KB](17)
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](1970) [PDF 1243KB](25)
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](1897) [PDF 1227KB](21)
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](1325) [PDF 2027KB](20)
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](2768) [PDF 1189KB](18)
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](2345) [PDF 1884KB](47)
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](1922) [PDF 1244KB](71)
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](1995) [PDF 1382KB](24)
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](1552) [FullText HTML](907) [PDF 1392KB](907)
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](1500) [PDF 1338KB](26)
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](2057) [PDF 1282KB](38)
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](2867) [PDF 1998KB](33)
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](1850) [PDF 1243KB](43)
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](2032) [PDF 1090KB](35)
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](1814) [PDF 1233KB](33)
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](2080) [PDF 1274KB](27)
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](2330) [PDF 1133KB](22)
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](2728) [PDF 1221KB](38)
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](2011) [PDF 1452KB](31)
Historical changes of the length and fractal dimension of Chinese coastline since 1990
ZHANG Yun, ZHANG Jian-li, JING Xin-di, SONG De-rui, ZHAO Jian-hua
2015, 34(3): 406-410.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150315
[Abstract](1583) [PDF 1145KB](52)
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](1664) [PDF 1593KB](21)
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](2055) [PDF 1161KB](32)
Application of eutrophication index in the coastal waters of China
HUANG Ya-nan, WU Meng-meng
2016, 35(2): 316-320.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160228
[Abstract](2026) [PDF 1172KB](46)
Composition, distribution and source of N-alkanes in surface sediments from the coast of East China Sea
Feng LI, Gang XU, Xing-liang HE, Li-lei CHEN, jiang-tao WANG
2016, 35(3): 398-403.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160312
[Abstract](1980) [FullText HTML](941) [PDF 3058KB](941)
Partition assessment of water environment quality of Ma'an Archipelago
HU Yi-feng, JIANG Hong, LIU Tao, JIN Jing-lin, LI Wei-ding, XU Ling-yan
2015, 34(2): 240-244.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150214
[Abstract](1885) [PDF 1110KB](35)
Dynamic analyses of early development and gather of green macroalgae in 2012
LI Yue-song, XIAO Wen-jun, YANG Hong, HU Song, PAN Ling-zhi
2015, 34(2): 268-273.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150219
[Abstract](1836) [PDF 1394KB](35)
The application of high density resistivity method to analysis the impact of tide on water table fluctuation in coastal aquifer
SU Qiao, PENG Chang-sheng, XU Xing-yong, FU Teng-fei, YAO Jing
2015, 34(2): 286-289.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150222
[Abstract](2446) [PDF 1136KB](37)
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](1793) [PDF 1356KB](26)
The preliminary study of single-cell PCR analysis of marine Dinoflagellates
ZHANG Qi, LIU Yong-jian, LIU Gui-ze
2015, 34(4): 611-615.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150425
[Abstract](1874) [PDF 1312KB](36)
Eco-chemical factor evaluation among different types of wetlands on Qi'ao Island, Zhuhai
Shen-yu MIAO, Lian-di LONG, Wen-qin TAO, Qing-chang ZENG, Wei-lin CHEN, Jian-hui CHEN, Hou-lin WANG
2016, 35(5): 670-677.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160506
[Abstract](1539) [FullText HTML](992) [PDF 1638KB](992)
The vertical distribution patterns of heavy metals in a sediment core of the Jiaozhou bay and their controlling factors
Dong-hua ZHANG, Zhao-zhen LV, Zhu-feng SHAO, Xiang-huai KONG, Hui-wang GAO, Yan-bin LI
2020, 39(5): 664-669, 675.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190090
[Abstract](17407) [FullText HTML](10269) [PDF 820KB](10269)
Typical island landscape ecological network establishmenta case study of Chongming Island
CHI Yuan, SHI Hong-hua, FENG Ai-ping
2015, 34(3): 433-440.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150319
[Abstract](2242) [PDF 1255KB](21)
Effect of crude oil dispersion on carbon and nitrogen stable isotopic composition of Nitzschia closterium
LIU Yu, LI Ying, WANG Xiao-qi, WANG Hai-xia, HAN Jun-song
2015, 34(4): 503-507.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150405
[Abstract](1871) [PDF 1231KB](23)
Some countermeasures on marine nuclear accident emergency monitoring and environment assessment
XIE Jun-jian, ZHOU Peng, CAI Jian-dong, FANG Hong-da, LI Dong-mei, HUANG Chu-guang, CAI Wei-xu, CHEN Jia-hui, TANG Quan
2015, 34(4): 622-629.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150427
[Abstract](1896) [PDF 1112KB](21)
Determination of trichlorobenzenes in sea water by dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction-gas chromatography/mass method
FENG Xue-fang, YE Ran, XI Xiao-qing, SHEN Hao-yu, XIA Qing-hua
2015, 34(2): 307-312.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150226
[Abstract](1855) [PDF 1212KB](28)
Capacity of Heterosigma akashiwo to utilize organic nitrogen
WANG Zhao-hui, YANG Xue, LIANG Yu
2015, 34(3): 343-346.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150304
[Abstract](1249) [PDF 1179KB](40)
Application of electric conductivity method in seawater intrusion and soil salinization
ZHANG Yi-hui, WEI Qing-fei, WANG Yu-guang, WANG Chuan-jun
2015, 34(4): 593-595.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150421
[Abstract](1696) [PDF 1130KB](44)
Cumulative effects of topography change on waterway's hydrodynamic along the southern coast of Hangzhou Bay
LU You-peng, LIANG Shu-xiu, SUN Zhao-chen, CONG Pi-fu
2015, 34(3): 384-390.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150311
[Abstract](1617) [PDF 1730KB](43)
Effects of pH limitation on population growth,nutrient uptake and photosynthesis physiological processes of Karenia mikimotoi
WANG Yue, SHEN Ang-lu, ZHAO Shi-ye, ZHU Li-xin, SONG Shu-zhen, LI Dao-ji
2015, 34(4): 488-493.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150402
[Abstract](2347) [PDF 1259KB](34)
Experimental investigation of nano-polypropylene fiber grafted by UV radiation as sorbent materials for oil spills
KOU Xi-yuan, WANG Jing, WANG Wen-hua, QIU Jin-quan, ZHANG Yu-shan
2015, 34(4): 519-523.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150408
[Abstract](1760) [PDF 1142KB](38)
Effects of DEHP on embryonic development and DNA damage of Pinctada maetensii
ZHAO Chun-feng, DIAO Xiao-ping, CAO Jia, LI Ping, ZHENG Peng-fei, SONG Qin-qin, ZHOU Hai-long, WANG Hai-hua
2015, 34(4): 546-552.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150413
[Abstract](1832) [PDF 1259KB](34)
Research on remote sensing retrieval of suspended sediment concentration in Hangzhou Bay by GF-1 satellite
CHENG Qian, LIU Bo, LI Ting, ZHU Li
2015, 34(4): 558-563,577.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150415
[Abstract](1817) [PDF 1915KB](25)

ChiefEditor:关道明

FirstTime:1982年 双月刊

Director:生态环境部

Sponsor:国家海洋环境监测中心、中国海洋学会

Tel:0411-84783126

E-mail:hyhjkx@vip.126.com

NewsMore>

Author Center

WeChat public number