• 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:
Distribution of the thermal discharge pollution of coastal power plant based on Landsat 8
Qin-qin SUN, Mei-xue LUO, Jia-jin ZHANG, Yin-yu LAN
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190008
[Abstract](151) [FullText HTML](109) [PDF 828KB](1)
Abstract:
The sea surface temperature has been retrieved from Landsat 8 TIRS 10, which shows that the water temperature nearby the discharge area of Nanpu power plant are increased in summer and winter compared with that in the reference area. The scope of water temperature rise is larger and the degree is smaller in summer, while the scope of water temperature rise is smaller and the degree is larger in winter. The thermal discharge pollution from the power plant goes northwest to Waiwu island at rising tide, and moves to southeast at ebb tide. Due to the coal wharf and diversion dike, thermal discharge has little effect on intake. The retrieving results based on satellite images are consistent with the numerical simulation results before project construction.
Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in seawater and sediment from Xiangshan port, China
Meng-rong YANG, Xiao-rong DAI, Hang XIAO
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190045
[Abstract](79) [FullText HTML](74) [PDF 893KB](1)
Abstract:
In order to study the distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the sediment-seawater system, 16 kinds priority control PAHs in the sediments and seawater from 9 sampling points at the Xiangshan port were analyzed in January 2017. The source analysis and diffusion equilibrium were conducted by isomerism ratio method and fugacity approach. The concentrations of PAHs in the sediments ranged from 17.51×10-9~84.41×10-9, mainly high ring PAHs, and the pollution level was minor polluted. The PAHs in the sediments primarily came from high temperature combustion sources. The ranges of PAHs in the surface seawater, intermediate seawater and bottom seawater were 41.78~105.72 ng/L, 41.51~106.34 ng/L and 9.18~145.17 ng/L, respectively, which low ring PAHs were the most abundant compounds. The sources of PAHs in seawater originated mainly from oil leakage and oil combustion. The fugacity fraction was calculated to judge the diffusion behavior of PAHs. Nap, Ace and Flo were released from sediments to seawater. Acy, Phe, Ant and Pyr were close to the dynamic equilibrium in sediments and seawater. Flu, BaA, Chr and BbF were mainly diffused from seawater to sediment.
Study on sedimental archaeal diversity and its correlation with environmental factors in Coastal Chemical Industry Park
Bei HUANG, Jie-yu WANG, Na WEI, Qin-ling MU, Han-yan LUO
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190050
[Abstract](67) [FullText HTML](65) [PDF 863KB](2)
Abstract:
Archaeal community plays an extremely important role in marine biosphere and affects the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, iron, and other elements in marine ecosystems. There are a large number of archaea in marine sediments. The investigation on their distribution and diversity lays the basis of understanding their ecological functions. In this study, the sediments of Jiaojiang Chemical Industry Park of Zhejiang Province were sampled, and metagenomic analysis based on the Illumina Miseq PE300 high throughput sequencing platform was applied to investigate the Archaea community. A total of 52 genera, 37 families, and 11 phyla of Archaea were detected from the sediments. Thaumarchaeota was the most predominant phylum, accounting for 49% of the total abundance, followed by Crenarchaeota, Euryarchaeota, and Woesearchaeota. Nitrosopumilus was the most abundant group at genus level, accounting for 48% of the total abundance. Obvious spatial heterogeneity was found in marine sedimental environment in the study area, which might have an impact on the archaeal community structure. Cadmium, lead, arsenic, chromium, mercury and other heavy metals were significantly correlated with certain archaeal phyla.
Occurrence and risk assessment of organophosphorus esters in surface water of mariculture farms in the Qinzhou bay, China
Wei-bin ZENG, Min-wei HAN, Rui-ling ZHANG, Rui-jie ZHANG, Ying-hui WANG, Ke-fu YU
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190046
[Abstract](136) [FullText HTML](114) [PDF 4079KB](1)
Abstract:
In this study, 11 organophosphorus esters (OPEs) in the surface water from mariculture farms, estuaries and the nearshore of the Qinzhou bay were analyzed. The total concentration of 11 OPEs averaged 126 ng/L and ranged from 32.9 to 227 ng/L the mean, which was at the lower level among the similar regions worldwide. The predominant contaminants were TCEP, TCPP and TBEP. The level of individual OPEs in the Qinzhou bay was mainly affected by their own aqueous solubilities and octanol-water partition coefficients (KOW) as well as their productions and consumptions. In general, the concentrations of OPEs were higher in the aquaculture ponds than in the nearby estuaries and nearshore area. The OPEs accumulated in the ponds might be mainly from the sources of culture water: rivers and coastal water. Chlorinated OPEs were more persistent than non-chlorinated OPEs in the culture ponds. So far, the concentrations of OPEs in the study area have no significant ecological impact on the surrounding environment, but its potential threat to human cannot be ignored because of their possible bioaccumulation in seafood.
Compositions and sources of plastic debris and microplastics in different sizes from the Sanggou bay beaches, Yellow Sea, China
Xin-yue ZHAO, Kuan-xu XIONG, Qian ZHOU, Chen TU, Lian-zhen LI, Yong-ming LUO
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190004
[Abstract](210) [FullText HTML](171) [PDF 942KB](3)
Abstract:
The sources of microplastics in coastal areas are complex. The fragmentation of large plastics through physical, chemical and biological processes is one of the main sources of microplastics in the beaches. This study investigated the compositions, abundances, shapes, colors and components of plastic debris and the microplastics of different sizes in 7 beaches in Sanggou bay of the Yellow Sea. We also studied the relationships between the fragmentation of plastic debris and microplastics by qualitative and quantitative analysis, which can be used to identify the sources of the microplastics. The results showed that polystyrene foam accounted for 85%, 97% and 82% of the samples in the size range of 5 mm ~ 2.5 cm, 1 ~ 5 mm and <1 mm respectively. In plastic debris >2.5 cm, the types of the plastic debris related to mariculture accounted for 76%. The total abundances of plastic debris and microplastics increased by 2 ~ 4 orders of magnitude with the decrease of sizes and the abundances of microplastics and plastic debris in 1 ~ 5 mm and 5 mm ~ 2.5 cm were significantly correlated. By comparing the morphology and components characteristics of different sizes of plastic debris and microplastics, the sources of microplastics were identified as fragmentations from polystyrene foam, polyethylene float, yellow sponge, fiber fishing ropes and polypropylene film ropes. The results indicate that mariculture is one of the important sources of plastic debris and microplastics in beaches of Sangou bay. In the future, it is necessary to further explore the identification methods of sources and find new evidences to identify the sources of microplastics.
Principle and development of new microwave radiometer to obvserve ocean
Xiao-feng MA, Ming-sen LIN, Wu ZHOU, You-guang ZHANG
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190032
[Abstract](12) [FullText HTML](12) [PDF 762KB](0)
Abstract:
Full polarization interferometric radiometer, which can image from interferometric synthetic aperture and get full polarization information, is the new type of microwave radiometer that can measure various physical information of ocean with high resolution and low consumption. By introducing the development of full polarization and synthetic aperture respectively, we expound on the necessity and principle of full polarization and synthetic aperture to aquire ocean information. Taking the advantages and disadvantages of WindSat and MIRAS as an example, we have discussed the advantages of multi-functional microwave radiometer and multi-load microwave sensors satellite to observe ocean. Moreover, to develop our satellite observation of ocean salinity, the necessity and the difficulity of collaborations of full polarization interferometric radiometer are pointed out for the application of multiple microwave remote sensing.
Assessment of heavy metal pollution in sediments of the sea area around the Liandao island of Haizhou bay
Xia LU, Li-qiang FAN, Shi-yu BAO, Gao-li LU, Xian-yun FEI
 doi: 10.12111/j.mes.20190011
[Abstract](62) [FullText HTML](62) [PDF 773KB](1)
Abstract:
The total 21 surface sediment samples were collected in the sea area around Liandao island, which is located in Haizhou bay, Jiangsu province, China. The heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb and Hg) contents and the metal-like arsenic (As) content were determined. The spatial distribution maps of heavy metals and metal-like As were obtained by using Kriging interpolation method. The pollution degree and risk grade of heavy metals and metal-like As were assessed by ground accumulation index and potential ecological risk index respectively. The results were indicated that the average content of heavy metal Cu was higher than the Class 1 standard according to the Marine Sediment Quality (GB 18668-2002). The variation coefficients of heavy metal Cu and Pb were 114.66% and 108.44% respectively. Therefore, they had strong spatial dispersion. The pollution degree of heavy metals and metal-like As ranked from large to small: Cd>Pb>Cu>As>Hg>Cr based on the analysis results of ground accumulation method, in which heavy metal Cd, Cu and Pb were the moderate pollution, As and Hg were mild pollution, and Cr was non-pollution. The overall potential ecological risk level in the sea area of Liandao island reached the medium level. There existed the high ecological risk level of heavy metals and metal-like As in the southern part of Liandao island. Further, the ecological risk of surface sediments was mainly caused by heavy metal Cd.
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
[Abstract](464) [FullText HTML](327) [PDF 891KB](26)
Abstract:
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.
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](507) [FullText HTML](403) [PDF 968KB](20)
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:
Investigation and Research
Interspecies competition between Chattonella marina and three typical marine diatoms
Zi-rong LIAO, Zhao-hui WANG
2019, 38(3): 321-327.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190301
[Abstract](163) [FullText HTML](126) [PDF 1772KB](19)
Abstract:
Growth and interspecies competition were studied between harmful algal bloom species Chattonella marina and three typical diatoms (Chaetoceros curvisetus, Phaeodactylum tricornutum, and Skeletonema costatum) under different nutrient conditions and initial cell densities using batch cultures.Results showed that the maximum cell densities of C.marina were not affected by the initial cell density in enriched f/2 cultures.However, the maximum cell density was significantly reduced in nutrient limitation, which was only 15.4% of that in f/2 cultures.The growth of C.marina was significantly inhibited in co-cultures with diatoms, which resulted 100% death of C.marina after 10-16 days in co-cultures under f/2 medium.On the contrary, the growth of C.curvisetus and P.tricornutum were not significantly influenced in co-cultures of C.marina under f/2 medium.While the growth of S.costatum was significantly inhibited in co-cultures, the maximum cell density was less than 50% of those in mono-cultures.However, the growth of C.marina and all of the three diatom species were significantly inhibited in co-cultures under nutrient restriction.Results of this study suggested that these small diatoms might have competitive advantages over C. marina under nutrient enriched conditions, however, rapid decline in nutrient concentration caused by the outbreak of diatom blooms might be beneficial to the growth of non-diatoms.
Study on bioavailability of heavy metals in sediments of coastal waters in Zhoushan
Qi-zhong SU, Yi-ming WANG, You-li SHEN, Guo-qiang LIU
2019, 38(3): 328-334.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190302
[Abstract](154) [FullText HTML](110) [PDF 5944KB](14)
Abstract:
The distributions of acid volatile sulfide (AVS), simultaneously extracted metals (SEM) and five heavy metals of surface sediments in coastal waters of Zhoushan were surveyed, and the bioavailability of aforementioned heavy metals were investigated based on the SEM minus AVS (SMV) method.Results indicated that both AVS and SEM presented lower concentration.The concentration of AVS ranged from 0.005 μmol/g to 4.21 μmol/g, and the average value was 0.5456 μmol/g.The concentration of SEM ranged from 0.3356 μmol/g to 1.614 μmol/g, and the average value was 0.7998 μmol/g.The average concentration of Cu, Pb, Zn, Cr and Cd were 24.65×10-6, 27.21×10-6, 114.5×10-6, 58.26×10-6g, and 0.142×10-6, respectively.The result of SMV method showed that heavy metals in sediments might have moderate toxicity to aquatic life except for 5 stations.
Impact assessment of the Ulva Prolifera disaster to the non-use value of coastal tourism resources based on dichotomous questionnaire
Gang ZHOU, Jing-mei LI
2019, 38(3): 335-341.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190303
[Abstract](133) [FullText HTML](93) [PDF 1199KB](7)
Abstract:
Algae blooms disaster has had a considerable impact on the socio-economic aspects of the coastal areas.Among them, the impact of coastal tourism economy and the impact of landscape resources, part of the impact of non-use value, cannot be directly evaluated from the market assessment.In the evaluation method of non-market value, condition evaluation method (CVM) is the one that most widely used.The method CVM collects the information of the respondents through the social survey and collects the questionnaire, and then evaluates the target resource value.In this paper, we use the dichotomous questionnaires to investigate the willingness of tourists to pay for the coastal landscape improving during the period of Ulva prolifera(a green tide).The binary choice model (logit regression model) tries to carry out the impact of the Ulva prolifera disaster on the non-use value of coastal tourism resources in Qingdao.This paper evaluates the general scope of the impact of the Ulva prolifera disaster on the value of coastal tourism resources in an intuitive way.In addition, this research, as a supplement to the socio-economic impact assessment methods and contents of the coastal algae disaster, provides the decision-making basis for the disaster and economic impact of the government and related organizations in the prevention, management and emergency decision-making of seaweed disasters and then help them to make decisions more reasonable and efficient.
Study on efficiency calibration of 137Cs γ-spectrum analysis in seawater
Ji-fang WEI, Rong-yuan WANG, Wei WANG, Xin-xing ZHANG, Chun-mei DENG, Hai-yan YAO, Kai DING, Meng-meng ZHANH
2019, 38(3): 342-346, 352.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190304
[Abstract](138) [FullText HTML](90) [PDF 1641KB](3)
Abstract:
Based on the LabSOCS software, studies on the detector efficiency calibration of the 137Cs γ-spectrum analysis in the seawater were performed under different aspects of sample compositions, relative geometric positions to the detector, masses and densities.The results revealed that the effects brought by sample compositions and relative positions to the detection efficiency could be ignored.A unit duality quadratic polynomial was employed to describe the relationship between detection efficiency and sample mass as well as density, and the result showed that the multiple correlation coefficient could reach as high as 0.99946.These results have replenished theoretical basis for the 137Cs γ-spectrum analysis in the seawater.
Impact to the the seawater intrusion around sand coast in Suizhong with the variations of groundwater level and sea level
Yu-guang WANG, Chuan-jun WANG, Zhi-hua LIU, Wei-wei WANG, Gong-bo MA, Peng-fei ZHAO
2019, 38(3): 347-352.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190305
[Abstract](132) [FullText HTML](86) [PDF 1795KB](4)
Abstract:
Through long-term monitoring of groundwater level and conductibility in the transition and intrusion zones of seawater intrusion for the sand coast area, conbined with the analysis of the seasonal groundwater exploitation and sea level change, the influence of sea level and groundwater level change on seawater intrusion in the Liugu river area has been analyzed.From 2012 to 2016 year, underground water level of S-1 and S-2 wells were decreased by 4.60 m and 0.59 m respectively, resulting in S-1 wells without water in withered water period.At the same time, the seasonal variation of sea level aggravate seawater intrusion in this area, which the S-1 well is completely controlled by the seawater with higher conductivity value, and groundwater conductivity value of S-2 increased, causing increasing trend of seawater intrusion.
Toxicity of petroleum hydrocarbon pollutants on Chlamys Farreri and Apostichopus Japonicus
Yuan-yuan ZHOU, Yu-fei Lin, Xiao-yong SHI, Xiu-rong HAN, Zhi-lin LI, Lao-wu WU
2019, 38(3): 353-360.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190306
[Abstract](128) [FullText HTML](88) [PDF 1215KB](5)
Abstract:
In this study, the acute toxic effects of the water-soluble fraction of crude and fuel oil with or without dispersants were investigated, using chlamys farreri and apostichopus japonicus as test organisms.The 96h-LC50 values for chlamys farreri and apostichopus japonicus were resulted:fuel oil with dispersants (1.14 mg/L, 0.16 mg/L) > crude oil with dispersants (1.39 mg/L, 0.74 mg/L) >fuel oil without dispersants (1.80 mg/L, 4.10 mg/L) > crude oil without dispersants (3.40 mg/L, 6.44 mg/L).It is showed that the test substances had significant toxicity on the chlamys farreri and the apostichopus japonicas:the toxicity of the light oil(fuel oil) is higher than that of the heavy oil(crude oil) and the oil dispersants could make the toxicity much more higher, especially for apostichopus japonicus.The results also indicated that chlamys farreri and apostichopus japonicus were the proper test organisms for ecological risk assessment of marine oil spills.
Distribution and sources of PAHs in the sediments of land-based sewage outlet to Zhanjiang bay and their environment significance
Li-rong ZHAO, Ji-biao ZHANG, Xing-li SUN
2019, 38(3): 361-366.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190307
[Abstract](134) [FullText HTML](83) [PDF 1329KB](5)
Abstract:
In order to investigate the sources inputs of PAHs into the Zhanjiang bay, this study has analyzed the compositions and spatial distributions of PAHs in the water way sediments of 11 main drainages into Zhanjiang bay.The results showed that ∑PAHs concentrations ranged from 28.1×10-9 to 1533.7×10-9 in 11 sediment samples, and urban samples showed higher level of PAHs concentration than that of rural and suburban samples.This suggests that the inputs of PAHs from urban areas may be the major source of PAHs in Zhanjiang bay.The composition and ratios of PAHs isomers showed that PAHs were mainly derived from the combustion of coal, biomass and petrol, as well as petroleum related pollutions.It was also showed that the concentrations, spatial distribution and sources of PAHs were consistent with the energy consumption structure and agriculture economical statue of Zhanjiang district.Therefore, this study provided useful data for the economic development planning, marine environmental management and POPs pollution control of Zhanjiang bay area.
Legal analysis of restrictions on transfer of marine secondary market
Bo CHENG, Yun-ling ZHAI, Bin-yong LI, Hao ZHANG
2019, 38(3): 367-373.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190308
[Abstract](134) [FullText HTML](86) [PDF 1176KB](1)
Abstract:
Free circulation of property is an important principle of modern civil law whereas free transfer of sea area utilization rights is essential for sea area utilization rights transfer system construction.Despite its positive role in avoiding sea area utilization speculation and enforcing sea area utilization monitoring, the constraints on sea area utilization rights transfer by The Regulation of Sea Area Utilization Rights violate the principles of property rights integrity and transferability.As a result, The Regulation of Sea Areas Utilization Rights is not efficient in the secondary market of sea area utilization rights transfer and adversely affects secondary market functions.Therefore, the Regulation should be modified and unreasonable constraints should be canceled so that operative sea area utilization rights can be transferred freely.This is consistent with property rights theory and has much implication for promoting the optimal allocation of marine resources and increasing the utilization efficiency of marine resources.
Characteristics of aromatic hydrocarbons and its stable carbon isotope compositions in crude oils
Ji-xiang XU, Yu LIU, Da-wei JIANG, Hai-xia WANG
2019, 38(3): 374-384.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190309
[Abstract](128) [FullText HTML](97) [PDF 1637KB](3)
Abstract:
Aromatic hydrocarbons contain plenty of geochemistry information as ubiquitous constituents of crude oils.Characteristics of aromatic hydrocarbons and its stable carbon isotope compositions are usually used to assess the source and thermal maturity.In order to find out the aromatics geochemical index and the stable carbon isotope compositions which are suitable for oil samples identification.The composition of aromatics and their stable carbon isotope composition in different areas were studied.In this paper, relative contents, characteristic ratios and stable carbon isotope compositions of aromatic hydrocarbons in crude oils were determined from different areas.In terms of aromatic hydrocarbons relative contents, seven kinds of crude oils have shown their own features.From the characteristics of the ratios of aromatic hydrocarbon in crude oil, the maturity parameters (MNR、TNR1、TNR2、MPR、MPI1、MPDF1 and MPDF2) reflected high maturity of all the crude oil, other parameters, such as DNR1、DNR2 and TNR4, revealed the organic source and biodegradation of crude oil and other information.From the one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) results of aromatics feature ratios, it was found that the differences between DNR1, DNR2 and TNR4 in different crude oils were more obvious than those of MNR and MPI1. From the compositions of stable carbon isotope of aromatic hydrocarbons in crude oils, crude oils between the various regions have the differences which the Brazil crude oil enriched 13C while of Oman crude oil and Venezuelan crude oil showed depleted 13C.Plots of aromatic hydrocarbon ratios versus δ13C values of dimethylnaphthalene and phenanthrene were constructed to discriminate crude oils from different areas.The results demonstrate that this method can distinguish different kinds of crude oisl more effectively.Finally, principal component analysis (PCA) were applied to the compositions of stable carbon isotope of aromatic hydrocarbons data sets in order to evaluate their different features.Indeed, there are diverse stable carbon isotope compositions characteristics and clear distinction among these crude oils.the use of aromatics stable carbon isotopic compositions of diverse oils can be applied on the identification of oil samples source.
The distribution characteristic of urea concentration and urease activity of phytoplankton in Qinzhou bay
Xian-ling QIN, Bo CHEN, Jun-xiang LAI, Ming-ben XU, Jia-chang LU
2019, 38(3): 385-390.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190310
[Abstract](126) [FullText HTML](79) [PDF 3233KB](5)
Abstract:
To study distributing characteristic and influencing factors of urea concentration and urease activities in different seasons in Qinzhou bay, four field cruises were carried out in in 2015~2016, base on the data the source and bioavailability of urea for phytoplankton were discussed together with other environmental parameters.Results showed that urea distribution in surface waters of Qinzhou bay presented obvious decreasing from the inner bay to the outer bay, the concentration of urea ranged from 0.24 to 5.14 μmol N/L, arranged in order of its average is summer > spring > winter > autumn, its average was 3.30 ±1.14 μmol N/L in the summer.The urease activitie of plankton ranged from 0.15~2.60 μmol N/(L·h) with the maximum average(0.91 ±0.55 μmol N/(L·h)) in the winter and the minimum in the spring, while summer and autumn were in the middle.The concentration of urea in all seasons was equal or greater than 1.00 μmol N/Land accounted for 1.2%~63.0% of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON), with a mean of (15.6 ±14.2)%, which suggested that urea was an important nitrogen source in Qinzhou bay.In conclusion, the distribution of urea in Qinzhou bay mainly depends on the river input, and urea constituted a significant component of DON, so DON may have high biological availability for the phytoplankton growth as an important source of nitrogen.
Distribution of labile organic carbon using different extract method in the surface sediments of Pearl River Estuary
Zhong-lian LIAN, Zhi-jian JIANG, Xiao-ping HUANG, Ling ZHANG, Yun-chao WU, Song-lin LIU
2019, 38(3): 391-398.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190311
[Abstract](132) [FullText HTML](94) [PDF 1981KB](5)
Abstract:
Labile organic carbon(LOC)is a chief component in marine sediment organic carbon.It is important to study different types of sediment LOC in estuaries for better understanding of its offshore migration and transformation process.The sediment LOC could provide a basis information for the research of global carbon cycle.In this study, we investigated the distribution patterns of the salt extractable carbon (SEC), water extractable carbon (WEC), chloroform fumigation extractable carbon (MBC) and acid hydrolysable carbon (AHC)in the surface sediment in Pearl River Estuary (PRE).The result showed the average content of SEC, WEC, MBC and AHC were 768.0×10-6, 688.1×10-6, 963.2×10-6 and 3040.7×10-6 in the PRE, respectively.The content of SEC and AHC decreased gradually from the northwest to the southeast, while the MBC content decreased gradually from the outside of PRE to the northwest region.The distribution of WEC was relatively homogenous.It suggested that the recalcitrant fraction of LOC from land input was mainly deposited in the western region, while MBC was mainly deposited in the southeastern outlets.In PRE, the high anthropogenic LOC content in the sediment would have the negative impact for the burial of organic carbon.
Effects of water and sediment discharge regulation on environment in the Yellow River Estuary and adjacent waters
Shan SUN, Bo SU, Fan LI, Li-ping YOU, Yan-min QI, Wei-jie CHEN, Xiao-yue LI, Yuan-qing MA
2019, 38(3): 399-406.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190312
[Abstract](133) [FullText HTML](84) [PDF 1716KB](3)
Abstract:
River plays an important role in the transport process of terrigenous matter from land to sea.In recent years, the water and sediment flux of the Yellow River into the sea has changed drastically under the influences of both natural and ceaselessly strengthened human factors, which severely impacted the ecological environment of the estuary and offshore.Seawater environment of the Yellow River Estuary before, during and after the water and sediment discharge regulation (WSDR) project period was studied in 2013.The studies involved the content, distribution characteristics and nutrition structure of the main water quality factors, and then the comprehensive and correlation analysis were done.The results showed that the water environmental state of the Yellow River Estuary changed obviously in the influence of the WSDR project.The salinity and chlorophyll a concentration reduced significantly during the WSDR project, and enhanced slightly after the project.The concentrations of nutrients and chemical oxygen demand (COD) were highest during the WSDR project, followed by that after and before the project.The results of plane distribution analysis showed that the dense contours of the salinity, nutrients, COD and petroleum content were at the entrance of the Yellow River Estuary, and the contours extended to the sea in the tongue shape as the WSDR project progresses.The WSDR project exacerbated the eutrophication and organic pollution in the survey sea area, but at the same time, relieved the unbalance in nutrients structure to some extent.And the results of correlation analysis provided a further sign that the WSDR project was a major control factor for the distribution and change of the main water quality factors in the survey sea area.Moreover, the WSDR project made the leading role of human factors more significant in the material flux from the Yellow River to sea.
Resource assessment of wintering waterfowl in Binzhou Shell-dyke Island and Wetland National Nature Reserve, China
Wei LEI, Dong-xu GAO, Yu-an LIU, Guo-xiang LIAO, Wei-zhi LU, Zhi-hao ZHOU, Jian-quan WU, Chang-an LIU
2019, 38(3): 407-412.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190313
[Abstract](146) [FullText HTML](100) [PDF 2353KB](8)
Abstract:
Surveys of wintering waterfowl in Binzhou Shell-dyke Island and Wetland National Nature Reserve were carried out during September 2016 to April 2017.A total of 54 waterfowl species belonging to 7 orders and 12 families were found.Shorebirds, gulls and ducks, accounting for 83.33% of the total species, had emerged as the dominant species in wintering period.Waterfowl species and individual numbers in mid-winter (19 species and 9042 individuals) were obviously lower than those in pre-winter (29 species and 28002 individuals) and post-winter (36 species and 21043 individuals).This distribution of waterfowl in wintering period was likely due to the change of environment temperature.Shannon-Weaver diversity index, Pielou evenness index and Margalef richness index were averaged 2.82, 0.59 and 1.90, respectively, showing that waterfowl community diversity in wintering period was relatively high, and further indicating that coastal wetlands in the Binzhou Reserve is an appropriate habitat for waterfowl wintering.Thus, the Binzhou Reserve should be a name on the List of Ramsar wetlands of international importance as soon as possible for better conservation of waterfowl and their habitat.
Research on organochlorine pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls pollution and food safety in edible fish in Quanzhou bay
Ke-xin ZHANG, Qi-bin LAO, Qing-qing TANG, Jin-lu LIU, Jin-pei YAN, Li-qi CHEN, Li-ping JIAO
2019, 38(3): 413-419.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190314
[Abstract](123) [FullText HTML](76) [PDF 5067KB](1)
Abstract:
Residual levels, composition profiles, bioaccumulation and risk assessment of Organochlorine pesticides and Polychlorinated biphenyls were determined in ten species of edible fish at Quanzhou bay in 2013.Concentrations of OCPs and PCBs ranged from 11.20×10-9~74.51×10-9 and 4.48×10-9~20.44×10-9 (wet weight), respectively.Different residual levels of OCPs and PCBs were determined in different fish species, exhibiting highest levels in Liza carinatus and konosirus punctatus.DDTs were the predominant components of OCPs, and the sources of OCPs were mainly derived from historical residue; and the high chlorinated PCBs were the predominant congeners of PCBs.The edible fishes in Quanzhou bay showed strong accumulation capacity to DDTs, and PCBs with less than seven chlorine atoms had higher bioaccumulation potentials with the increase of chlorine atom number, while PCBs with more than seven chlorine atoms were not considered bioaccumulative.The results of assessment showed that PCBs in edible fished from Quanzhou bay may endanger human health.Moreover, the daily dietary consumption of edible fishes and meals per month of Liza carinatus, konosirus punctatus, yellow croaker, Johnius, Argyrosomus and four barbudo were all lower than the safety threshold of 142.2 g/d and 16 meals/month, suggesting that consumers should not overeat these edible fishes.
Non-market value assessment for Huangshuihe National Wetland Park in Yantai
Ming-qi WANG, Jing GUO
2019, 38(3): 420-426.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190315
[Abstract](131) [FullText HTML](82) [PDF 3524KB](2)
Abstract:
This paper summarized the principle of conducting contingent valuation method (CVM) method on the basic of make an introduction of the theory as well as a summary of design principle for CVM.Rigorous questionnaire arrangement has been set based on this principle.Moreover, the Huangshuihe wetland park is selected as our target to apply the investigation, and we described its current situation, analyzed the tendency of the data and make regression analysis.The result shows that the non-market value of the park up to RMB 0.31 billion per year, and bid amount from visitors presents has liner relation with their willingness, occupation and income.
Evaluation on sustainable development of wind power industry in Jiangsu province based on comprehensive integration method
Xue ZONG, Bai-qiong LIU, Yun-juan GU, Yong-ming SHEN, Dong ZHANG
2019, 38(3): 427-434.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190316
[Abstract](120) [FullText HTML](72) [PDF 1305KB](1)
Abstract:
Based on the data of intertidal wind power industry in Jiangsu province from 2012 to 2015, and the actual development situation of intertidal wind power industry in Jiangsu province, the evaluation index system of sustainable development of intertidal wind power industry in Jiangsu province was established, and the sustainable development level of intertidal wind power industry was evaluated.The sustainable development efficiency of the intertidal wind power industry was measured from the perspective of input-output by using data envelopment analysis (DEA).The results showed that from 2012 to 2015, the comprehensive index of sustainable development of intertidal wind power industry in Jiangsu province increased from 0.345 to 0.605 and the average integrated efficiency of sustainable development was 0.916 which was at a relatively high level.From 2012 to 2013, the situations of ineffective sustainable development, excessive input and insufficient output occurred.However, the sustainable development efficiency has entered the stage of benign development from 2014.According to the influence analysis of the input index, we can see that the economic input index has the greatest influence on the input-output efficiency, while the scientific and technological innovation input index has the least influence.So we need to further strengthen the investment in science and technology and talent attraction.
Techniques and Methods
Research on methods of marine resources allocation based on three-dimensional development
Yan-ping LI, Da-hai LIU
2019, 38(3): 435-440.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190317
[Abstract](125) [FullText HTML](83) [PDF 1157KB](3)
Abstract:
As the marine exploitation and utilization are developing both in depth and breadth, the scarcity of marine resources is becoming increasingly prominent, which leads to growing sea-use contradictions among different industries.Marine resources allocation based on three-dimensional development becomes an effective method to solve these problems, which is also one of the crucial tasks of maritime management in the future.Marine resources allocation based on three-dimensional development focuses on stratification and distribution of marine three-dimensional space.Firstly, according to the attribute of the marine space, it can be divided into five parts including upper part of the sea surface, sea surface, water, sea-bed and subsoil.Secondly, the marine space occupied by the main sea-use units is divided into main space, secondary space and maintenance space in accordance with the demand of sea activities.Finally, the feasibility of using different stratification of marine space for different activities is assessed and analyzed based on the principle of "spatial exclusion", and other factors such as the spatial continuity of marine space, the safety of sea activities, the landscape and the quality of marine environment also being comprehensively considered.
Experimental study on sand blocking characteristics of silt curtain in the settling basin
Cheng PENG, Bao-lei GENG, Song-gui CHEN, Peng ZHAO, Qi ZHANG
2019, 38(3): 441-445.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190318
[Abstract](121) [FullText HTML](77) [PDF 2361KB](1)
Abstract:
This article contraposes the sand blocking characteristics of silt curtain, two-dimension physical model experiments were conducted to study the horizontal permeability coefficient and sand blocking effectiveness.The effects of different elements (current speed, tide level and sediment grain size) were considered respectively to analysis the influence of sand blocking effectiveness.The results of this research shows that, the horizontal permeability coefficient of silt curtain is not only related to the size, shape and connectivity of pore, but also depends on the sandiness water movement where it is in.The horizontal permeability coefficient reduces with the current speed increase.The silt curtain shows a higher sand blocking characteristics for a larger sediment grain size.The faster current speed and the bigger sand-carrying gap that is it means the higher tide level leads to more obvious sand blockingeffectiveness decrease with other conditions unchanged.
Complex network based quantitative analysis of marine ecosystem pressures impacting on states and ecosystem services
Yong MA, Yi-fei ZHANG, Qi QI, Xin FANG, Chun-ling HAO, Pin-ting LIAN
2019, 38(3): 446-453.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190319
[Abstract](130) [FullText HTML](82) [PDF 2012KB](5)
Abstract:
Marine ecosystem pressure, state and service component identification and theirquantitative impacting relationshipanalysis is the premise and foundation to implement marine ecosystem-based management (MEBM).Based on the network characteristics of pressure-state-ecosystem service compoment relationships, DEMATEL (decision making trial and evaluation laboratory technique) and DPSER (driver-pressure-state-ecosystem service-response) concept model are introducedto analysis the quantitative connectedness among related factors.The determination of spatial scope, selection of conceptual model, quantization method to calculate influence indexes are also discussed in the paper.On this basis, by use of data from MARES (marine and estuarine goal setting project) in south Florida, USA, an empirical analysis was conducted.The results demonstrate that the proposed combined model can effectively handle the target problem, and provide morevaluable information for planning of restoration activities in the studied waters.
Review
Application of organic geochemical proxies to Holocene paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic studies of the East China Sea
Li-lei CHEN, Jian LIU, Jia-sheng WANG
2019, 38(3): 454-463.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190320
[Abstract](130) [FullText HTML](85) [PDF 1820KB](2)
Abstract:
Organic geochemistry provides a variety of proxies that can be used to reconstruct paleo-climatic and paleo-environmental changes as well as paleo-biogeochemical cycles.This technology is now widely used in paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic researches in China marginal seas, particularly the East China Sea.This paper summarizes some important progress made recently in description of carbon source, reconstruction of paleo-climatic and paleo-environmental changes, especially the changes in paleo-temperature, monsoon, sea-level and paleo-oceanic productivity of the East China Sea in the Holocene.Consequently, the authors propose that organic geochemical multiproxy indices extracted from high resolution marine sediments should be used to clarify the history of paleo-climatic and paleo-environmental changes of the China marginal seas.
Comparison of risk warning and control measures of paralytic shellfish toxin at home and abroad
Juan-juan TIAN, Gang HAN, Hai-tang LIU, Huan LIU
2019, 38(3): 464-470.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190321
[Abstract](125) [FullText HTML](82) [PDF 1194KB](1)
Abstract:
Paralytic shellfish poisoning is a group of neuromuscular paralytic agents, and its the mechanism of action on the human body is mainly to block the cell sodium ion channels, resulting in paralysis caused by transmission barrier of nervous system.In order to protect the life safety of consumers and strengthen the measures of management and control on PSP, the author collected the risk warning and management control measures on PSP in developed countries and regions including Ireland, Australia, Canada, EU, USA, England, Northern Ireland and Wales.Then we mainly compared and analyzed the differences in risk warning, monitoring frequency, testing methods and management control measures between China and other developed countries and regions.Aiming at the problems of management and control on PSP in China, some reasonable suggestions were put forward, to provide a reference for establishment of PSP risk warning system, improvement the monitoring plan of poisonous and harmful substances and scientific supervision shellfish production areas in shellfish culture.
Review of physicochemical behaviors, ecological damage and pollution control of organic chemicals spilled in marine transportation accidents
Fei-fei WANG, Fan-ping MENG, Yu-fei LIN, Guo-shan WANG, Jiang-yue WU, Wei-yan DUAN, Qun-qun LIU
2019, 38(3): 471-481.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190322
[Abstract](122) [FullText HTML](79) [PDF 1420KB](2)
Abstract:
During the last decades, there have been considerable developments in the maritime transport of hazardous materials.This leads to a growing risk of accidental spills of chemicals into the sea, which threatens the marine ecological security.However, historical incidents are first hand sources of information on how to effectively response to marine chemical incidents in future.Therefore, according to the statistics of information about 29 typical maritime cases, we review the physicochemical behaviors, ecological damage and pollution control measures of 40 organic chemicals after being spilled at sea.The main conclusions are as follows:(i) All chemicals are classified into 10 categories based on their physical behavior in contact with seawater, with the exception of toluene diisocyanate due to its reaction with water.Among them, the group of sinkers (S) is the largest one containing 14 species, having a greater exposure risk to marine benthos after leakage.There are 27 chemicals with the hazards of flammable and/or explosive and 21 with corrosive feature.(ii) Using a combination of criteria, i.e., bioaccumulation, biodegradation, acute toxicity and/or chronic toxicity as a tool for assessing the ecological hazard, a list of priority chemicals containing 16 compounds including lindane and atrazine are proposed.(iii) Marine chronic toxicity data is lacking for most of the chemicals, and more research will be needed to provide scientific basis for emergency response decision-making.(iv)The pollution control techniques to accidental spills at sea mainly include stopping or reducing release/loss, salvaging organic chemicals and controlled releasing of source.More attention should be paid to study ecological remediation technologies in polluted area due to spills.
Review of harmful algal blooms hazard
Hong-ying XIE, Jin-hui WANG, Zu-you MA, Li-jing FAN
2019, 38(3): 482-488.   doi: 10.12111/j.mes20190323
[Abstract](135) [FullText HTML](91) [PDF 1769KB](9)
Abstract:
As a kind of marine ecological hazard, harmful algal blooms hazard will not only threaten the safety of the ecological environment in the outburst area, cause partial disruption of the marine food chain and destroy the balance of the ecosystem, but also damage human health and economic development.It has drawn wide attention of governments and scientific community in various countries.This paper summarizes the prediction, evaluation and influences of harmful algal blooms hazard at home and abroad, analyzes the existing problems in the current research work, and puts forward the future research direction, so as to provide guidance for scientific prevention and control of harmful algal blooms hazard.
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](2285) [PDF 1206KB](3)
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](2212) [PDF 1172KB](7)
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](2466) [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](2416) [PDF 1366KB](5)
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](2409) [PDF 1311KB](3)
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](2305) [PDF 1290KB](5)
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](2365) [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](2436) [PDF 1214KB](4)
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](2476) [PDF 1089KB](13)
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](2406) [PDF 1196KB](5)
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](2254) [PDF 1285KB](3)
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](2323) [PDF 1095KB](7)
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](2312) [PDF 1285KB](4)
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](2418) [PDF 1280KB](5)
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](2365) [PDF 1169KB](7)
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](2432) [PDF 1176KB](4)
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](2090) [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](2244) [PDF 1135KB](8)
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](1821) [PDF 1144KB](6)
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](2587) [PDF 1179KB](3)
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](2344) [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](1951) [PDF 1312KB](6)
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](1540) [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](2707) [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](2311) [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](2015) [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](2108) [PDF 1121KB](3)
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](2050) [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](1837) [PDF 1447KB](7)
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](2165) [PDF 1184KB](3)
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](1782) [PDF 1145KB](3)
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](1402) [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](1421) [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](1763) [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](1973) [PDF 1088KB](4)
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](1464) [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](1480) [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](1718) [PDF 1168KB](2)
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](1521) [PDF 1261KB](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](1655) [FullText HTML](52) [PDF 1202KB](52)
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](1438) [PDF 1136KB](3)
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](1500) [PDF 1258KB](3)
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](1541) [PDF 1260KB](2)
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](1892) [PDF 1218KB](3)
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](2092) [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](1668) [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](1304) [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](1399) [PDF 1258KB](2)
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](1590) [PDF 1189KB](4)
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](1523) [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](1658) [PDF 1163KB](4)
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](1542) [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](1814) [PDF 1255KB](3)
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](1602) [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](1582) [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](1044) [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](1942) [PDF 1189KB](1)
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](1482) [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](1880) [PDF 1384KB](3)
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](1601) [PDF 1227KB](3)
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](1215) [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](1588) [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](1158) [FullText HTML](50) [PDF 1392KB](50)
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](1764) [PDF 1282KB](4)
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](1690) [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](1560) [PDF 1243KB](2)
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](1530) [PDF 1233KB](7)
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](1692) [PDF 1243KB](5)
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](1491) [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](2583) [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](1803) [PDF 1274KB](4)
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](1868) [PDF 1221KB](3)
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](1713) [PDF 1090KB](4)
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](1715) [PDF 1452KB](5)
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](1374) [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](1320) [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](1491) [PDF 1356KB](0)
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](1585) [PDF 1312KB](1)
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](1592) [PDF 1110KB](2)
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](1612) [PDF 1136KB](4)
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](1282) [PDF 1145KB](3)
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](1576) [FullText HTML](46) [PDF 3058KB](46)
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](1020) [FullText HTML](50) [PDF 1638KB](50)
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](1535) [PDF 1394KB](2)
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](1472) [PDF 1231KB](2)
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](1403) [PDF 1130KB](2)
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](1736) [PDF 1172KB](3)
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](1570) [PDF 1212KB](3)
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](1498) [PDF 1255KB](1)
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](1440) [PDF 1142KB](1)
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](1534) [PDF 1259KB](1)
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](1655) [PDF 1112KB](3)
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](961) [PDF 1179KB](1)
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](1322) [PDF 1730KB](6)
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](2021) [PDF 1259KB](3)
An approach for correcting grain size effect base on the size-frequency distribution
SHI Yong, LIU Zhi-shuai, GAO Jian-hua, WANG Xiao-yong
2015, 34(4): 606-610.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150424
[Abstract](1309) [PDF 1239KB](1)
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](1510) [PDF 1915KB](1)
Effect of salinity and illumination on the growth of Alexandrium tamarense
LIU Qing, LIU Bing-li, WANG Ren-feng, ZHANG Mo, CUI Yan-chao, XU Dong-hai
2015, 34(2): 199-205.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150208
[Abstract](1818) [PDF 1210KB](5)
Variation of diamondoid compounds in the fuel oil during long-term natural weathering
Bai-juan YANG, Peng YAO, Zhi-gang YU
2016, 35(5): 697-702.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160510
[Abstract](1040) [FullText HTML](52) [PDF 1568KB](52)
Research and application of evaluation method for marine ecological island construction-a case study of Chongming Island
ZHONG Chong-jun, LIU Da-hai, XING Wen-xiu, MA Yun-rui, MA Xue-jian
2015, 34(2): 294-299.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150224
[Abstract](1643) [PDF 1106KB](2)

ChiefEditor:关道明

FirstTime:1982年 双月刊

Director:国家海洋局

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