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Investigation and Research
Effects of norfloxacin on Dunaliella salina, Nitzschia closterium f. minutissima and Chlorella vulgaris
Wen-jie SHI, Chang-you WANG, Rui YANG
2019, 38(1): 1-6.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190101
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Based on laboratory cultivate experiments, this project studied the ecological toxic effects of norfloxacin, a marine environmental pollutant, on Dunaliella salina, Nitzschia closterium f.minutissima and Chlorella vulgaris.The results showed that, within the experimental concentration range, with the increase of the time, the biomass of the three microalgae increased, which conforms with the Logistic growth model.The toxicity effect of norfloxacin on the three kinds of microalgae was different, and this effect was the lowest in the Nitzschia closterium f.minutissima, the EC20 and the EC05 are 25.36 mg/L and 1.76 mg/L; the toxicity of Dunaliella salina is low, the EC20 and the EC05 are 10.54 mg/L and 1.25 mg/L; the toxicity effect of Chlorella vulgaris is the highest, the EC20 and the EC05 are 5.33 mg/L and 0.01 mg/L.With the increase of concentration, the increase in the inhibitory rate of norfloxacin to three kinds of marine microalgae decreased.In addition, at 1 mg/L, the Bf of Nitzschia closterium f.minutissima was slightly higher than that of the control group, which may be related to the toxic excitatory effect.With the increase of norfloxacin concentration, the exponential growth period of Chlorella vulgaris was significantly shortened.Based on the species sensitivity distribution, the predicted no effect concentration (PNEC) of the norfloxacin contaminant to marine ecosystem was 0.096 mg/L.
Studies on the pathogenic bacteria and their virulence factors of "acute death syndrome" in Babylonia Areolata
Xiao-jing LIU, Rui-xuan WANG, Hui LING, Tuo YAO, Jiang-yong WANG
2019, 38(1): 7-15.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190102
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In order to reveal the main causative agents and the related virulence factors of "acute death syndrome" in Babylonia areolata, the pathogens were isolated, purified, artificially infected.The results showed that the pathogen was Vibrio tubiashii.In this study, four strains of V.tubiashii, which had different degrees of virulence, were tested for 17 virulent-related genes.The healthy and diseased B.areolatasample were also detected these 17 genes.It showed that strain BBXP1 and strain FBC1carried 12 kinds of virulence genes while the attenuated strain FB13 took 7 kinds of virulence genes.Therefore, the pathogenicity of vibrios may be related to the number of virulence genes.Meanwhile, the results indicated that tlh (non-thermostatic hemolytic toxin), asp (extracellular alkaline serine protease), vtmp (metalloproteinase), chi36 (exochitinase), vtpA (zinc metalloproteinase)and vthA (hemolysin) were positive in all the four strains of V.tubiashii but could only be detected in the tissue samples of B.areolata with "acute death".Furthermore, the mNRA expression difference of 6 kinds of virulence genes in 4 different kinds of V.tubiashii were examined by real-time fluorescent quantitative PCR.The results displayed that the relative expression levels of asp and vtpA were positively correlated with the pathogenicity of vibrio, and the expression of asp and vtpA in virulent strains were significantly higher than that of the attenuated strain.In detail, the mRNA relative expression levels of vtpA and asp increased with the enhancement of pathogenicity of V.tubiashii, and the LD50 of the strain was significantly correlated with the relative expression (r2=0.933, 0.948;P < 0.05).On the contrary, the mRNA expression of vthA was negatively correlated with the pathogenicity of vibrio(r2=0.2401;P < 0.05) and the relative expression of several other virulence genes was not significantly correlated with the virulence.It was found that the relative expression of the same virulence factor in different virulence strains was different.The metalloproteinase and serine protease from V.tubiashii played a leading role in the process of infecting in Babylonia areolata.
Comparison of sensitivity of marine medaka (Oryzias melastigma) embryo on different developmental stages to 120# fuel oil
Xiang GAO, Guang-hui DING, Xi-shan LI, De-qi XIONG
2019, 38(1): 16-21.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190103
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In this paper, the toxic effects of 120# fuel oil water accommodated fractions (WAFs) on marine medaka (Oryzias melastigma) embryo were studied, with comparison of the sensitivities of embryos on different developmental stages.The marine medaka embryos of 6, 18 and 30 hpf (hour post-fertilization) were exposed to different concentrations of WAFs.The responses of embryos were observed and recorded at different time (12, 24, 48, 72 and 96 h after exposure), and the blue sac disease (BSD) index, hatching rate, heart rate and LC50 were calculated separately.The results showed that WAFs exposure could cause obvious toxic effects, including malformation, decrease in hatching rate and heart rate, and increase in mortality, with significant time-dose effect relationships.The developmental endpoints showed a varying extent of sensitivity to WAFs among which the changes of BSD index and hatching rate were more significant.The sensitivity of embryos to 120# fuel oil gradually decreased with the development.The toxicity gradually decreased with the delay of the starting point of exposure.But the WAFs affected the heart rate mainly in the stage of cardiac development.
An analysis of the correlation of land and sea economic development in Shandong province under the sight of the "One Belt and One Road"
Bei MA, Qiang GAO, Hua LI
2019, 38(1): 22-29.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190104
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Based on the economic data of land and sea in Shandong Province from 2001 to 2015, the paper analyzes and tests the relationship between land and sea economy.Granger test was conducted on the relationship between land and sea economy in Shandong province, then drawing the conclusion that there is a certain causal relationship between them.And the paper analyzes the relationship between marine economy and land-based three industries in Shandong province from 2001 to 2015 through gray relational analysis, then drawing the conclusion that Shandong province, marine economy Shandong province has the strongest correlation with the land-based secondary industry, followed by the tertiary industry of the land, and finally the first industry of the land.Finally, the paper summarizes the marine economic development of coastal cities in Shandong province and the economic relationship between land and sea, and draws the economic model of land and sea in seven cities along the coast of Shandong province.There are two economic models of land and sea that the land and sea simultaneously development, sea and land migration type in seven cities along the coast of Shandong province.Among them, Qingdao, Weifang and Weihai belong to land and sea simultaneously development.Yantai, Rizhao, Dongying and Binzhou belong to the sea and land migration type.In the sea and land migration type cities, Yantai and Rizhao belong to the marine economy dominated.However, Dongying and Binzhou belong to the land economy dominated.
Distribution and risk assessment of mercury in surface sediments from central and southern part of Bohai Sea
Ya-qian GAO, Xue-song XU, Liang LIU, Li-jun WANG, Jin-hui LENG
2019, 38(1): 30-34.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190105
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Mercury contents in surface sediments from central and southern part of Bohai Sea were measured using DMA-80 mercury analyzer and then distributions and ecological risk were evaluated further. The results indicated that concentrations of mercury were between 19.5×10-9 and 106.8×10-9 and average value was 41.5×10-9. Hg contents were all over background level of Bohai Sea except one station. The higher concentration stations were mainly distributed in the Yellow River estuary, muddy areas in the central Bohai Sea, and part of Liaodong shallow shoals, While the lower contents area were mainly in the Southern of Bohai Strait and Bozhong shallow shoal. The potential ecological risk index method was used to evaluate the ecological risk of total mercury in surface sediment. The results showed that 72.7 percent of the samples could be rated moderate potential risk grade and 13.6 percent of the samples were rated serious potential ecological risk grade.
Legal analysis of the transfer management system of right to use sea areas
Bo CHENG, Yun-ling ZHAI, Bin-yong LI
2019, 38(1): 35-40.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190106
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To reach the strategic goal of marine power construction, four transformations proposed by Xi Jinping must be really enforced.The optimal allocation of marine resources and the construction of market oriented use rights transfer of sea areas are fundamental to promote quality based marine economy and increase utilization efficiency of marine resources.Legal system design and management mechanism improvement for use rights transfer of sea areas are the important research contents of market based allocation of marine resources, however, the current legal system only make principal regulation and lack concrete and operative enforcement items, impeding the marketing process of use rights transfer of sea areas.Therefore, the improvement of the legal system for use rights of sea areas to alleviate the legal restriction and thus promote the marketing process of sea areas use rights transfer has much implication for the optimal allocation of marine resources and the construction of marine power.
Analysis on risk organisms for the cold source water of nuclear power plantin the eastern waters of Liaodong bay
Chao-wen ZHANG, Chun-jiang GUAN, Peng XU, Gui-ze LIU, Qi-meng XU, Jin-qing YE, Xu WANG, Bo-qiang ZHAO
2019, 38(1): 41-45.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190107
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The aggregation or outbreak of marine organisms can block the cold source water system of nuclear power plant, bringing high risk to its normal operation.In recent years, it has been widely reported that some nuclear power plants were forced to close due to the aggregation or outbreak of marine organisms.So, it is urge to compile a catalogue of risk marine organisms for nuclear power plant in order to ensure the safe operation of its cold source water system.The research from June to November of 2015 in the adjacent waters of the Hongyanhe River showed that high risk marine organisms included Ulva linza, Ulva pertusa, Aurelia aurita, Nemopilema nomurai, Pleurobrachia globose, Acetes chinensis, etc. . The risk level is "High" when relative density of moon jellyfish is greater than or equal to 500 ind./(net.h), called the red level; level "Medium" is when the relative density is more than 300 but less than 500 ind./(net.h), called the yellow level; level "Low" is greater than 100 and less than 300 ind./(net.h), called the blue level.This study has implications to the monitoring plan, early warning technology, and preventive measures of the risk marine organisms for the nuclear power plant.
Effects of aeration ratio and NH4-N concentration on capacity of biological filter in purifying mariculture drainage
Yue-yue LI, Qian ZHAO, Jun-ze WU, Jia-xuan ZHU, Ke-ming QU, Zheng-guo CUI
2019, 38(1): 46-51, 59.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190108
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The effects of stable operated biological filter under four NH4-N concentrations on purification of mariculture external drainage were analysed on the conditions of seven different aeration ratios.The results showed that:during the start-up stage of biological filter, the biofilm mature period shortened with increasing NH4-N concentrations.The biofilm mature period of filter under higher NH4-N concentration was ten days shorter than the other three filters of low NH4-N concentrations.After the biological filter was started successfully, with the gradual increase in the NH4-N concentrations, the capacity of filters under the same aeration ratio in removing effluent NH4-N decreased from 81.1% to 73.3%.Compared with the other three filters of low NH4-N concentrations, the effluent NO2-N concentrations of the filter under higher NH4-N concentration increased by ten times and eventually reached 2.6 mg/L.In the four biological filters, the mean removal rates of effluent NH4-N first increased and then decreased with the increasing aeration ratios.The average removal rates of effluent NH4-N achieved the highest when the aeration ratio was 10:1.Therefore, the ideal aeration ratio for the operation of biological filter was 10:1 and the suitable NH4-N concentration was selected as 4.0 mg/L.Under these conditions, the biological filter has a shorter start-up period, which reached the best removal efficiency of effluent NH4-N and lower concentration of effluent NO2-N, so as to achieve the best purification effect on the mariculture external drainage.
A study of particle size and heavy metals in surface sediments of Zhoushan region
Li-fei ZHUO, Zi-meng LI, Yan-jian JIN
2019, 38(1): 52-59.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190109
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Based on the monitoring data of surface sediments of Zhoushan region in Aug.2016, the particle size of sediments, the content of heavy metals and its influencing factors were analyzed, the degree of heavy metal pollution was evaluated, in order to provide geochemical data for the study of sedimentary environment in Zhoushan region.The results showed that the particle size of surface sediments in the study area was mainly composed of silt and clay.The type of sediment was dominated by clay powder and silvery clay.The order of average concentration of heavy metals was Zn>Cr>Cu>Pb>Cd>Hg.The order of fluctuations in spatial distribution was Pb>Cu>Cd>Zn>Cr>Hg.Cu, Cd, Pb, Cr and Zn had similar pollution sources.Organic carbon was an important control factor in the distribution of heavy metals.The order of the level of heavy metals pollution was Hg>Cd>Cu>Zn>Pb>Cr, heavy metals pollution incline to moderate level of pollution.
Change analysis of mangrove in Bangladesh coastal zone based on remote sensing in the recent 30 years
Lei ZHOU, Yi MA, Guang-bo REN
2019, 38(1): 60-67.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190110
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Bangladesh is an important joint along the Silk Road in the 21st century.The mangroves are widely distributed in the coastal zone, especially in the Sundarbans in the southwest.This study is based on the data of remote sensing images in 1990, 1996, 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2016, six period Landsat TM/OLI moderate resolution satellite was carried out based on the SVM method of Bangladesh coastal mangrove remote monitoring, applying 8 m spatial resolution GF1-PMS1 satellite remote sensing data in the test, given 6 times in Bangladesh coastal mangrove space the distribution, analyzes the evolution trend of mangrove 30 a.The results showed that:1) in the past 30 years, the area of mangrove forest in coastal area of Bangladesh showed a decreasing trend as a whole, with an area of 468218.932 hm2 in 1990 and 17077.898 hm2 in 2016; 2) the western part of the reduction, the central increase in the situation, nearly 30 a Eastern Chittagong area mangrove area decreased by 45.7%, the western Khulna area mangrove reduced by 2632.007 hm2, but only 0.64% of the total area, the central Barisal area Mangrove area increased by 3108.604 hm2; 3) reduced area of mangrove area in the eastern Chittagong area is mainly located along the coast of Noakhali and along the zorarganj, mainly due to the establishment of shrimp ponds; the area of the subtropical forest is mainly distributed in the estuary of the Sundarbans, near the coast, the main reason for the reduction is the establishment of the shrimp and the human activities convert the mangrove forest into other types land; the central mangrove area distributed in the Barisal is mainly increase, the main reason is the natural growth and plants.
Analysis on coastline and coastal wetland changes in Yueqing bay in recent 30 years
Xiao-jia PENG, Ren XU, Yan-long HE
2019, 38(1): 68-74, 83.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190111
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Taking the Landsat ETM and Landsat TM images as the main data sources, the 6 phase of the Yueqing bay coastline was extracted by means of human-computer interaction in 1990~2017.The Markoff matrix method was used to calculate the change law of tidal flat, and the changes of coastline and coastal wetlands were analyzed according to the year.Based on the local data, the driving forces of coastline and coastal wetland change in the Yueqing bay region were analyzed.The results show that the Yueqing bay shoreline with artificial shoreline, shoreline change, the change rate of the uneven distribution, change of coastal wetlands in the whole area changed little, the artificial wetland mainly by natural wetland system, human reclamation is a major factor in the Gulf of Yueqing coastline and coastal wetland change.
Techniques and Methods
Comparative study on remote sensing inversional model of chlorophyll-a concentration in semi-closed bay——A Case study in the Jiaozhou bay
Shuang WANG, An-qing MA, Juan HU, Lin-lin HOU, Jian-qiang XU
2019, 38(1): 75-83.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190112
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Chlorophyll is one of the main parameters of water quality monitoring in coastal waters of China.The remote sensing inversion of its concentration is an important index to monitor the water optical characteristics and evaluate water pollution.In this study, quasi-synchronous Landsat-8/OLI, FY-3A/MERSI and HJ-1B/CCD remote sensing images are used, and combined with the in-situ chlorophyll-a concentration and water spectral characteristics in 2016, a semi-empirical and semi-analytical inversion model of chlorophyll-a concentration in Jiaozhou bay is established.The research shows:the inversion model with the highest correlation coefficient is derived from Landsat-8, the determinant coefficient, R2, between the in-situ data and predicted values of the optimal model is >0.86.Furthermore, the inversion effect is satisfied, and the results can be well adapted to the inversion of chlorophyll-a concentration in Jiaozhou bay.The optimum band combination of landsat 8 is:February Band4/Band2, R2=0.83;May[(Band3)-1-(Band4)-1]*Band5, R2=0.80;August[(Band2)-1-(Band3)-1]* Band4, R2=0.78;November[(Band4)-1-(Band2)-1]* Band1, R2=0.86.
Visualization analysis of channel planning based on parallel
Xin-xue ZHANG, Xiao-qi LV, Ji-kai ZHANG, Yue-ming WANG, Yu GU, Yu FAN
2019, 38(1): 84-88.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190113
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In order to address the impact of multidimensional marine environmental data on ocean channel planning, the visualization analysis method for ocean data fusion based on interactive parallel coordinates is proposed.Design of parallel coordinates as an interactive tools, extract the high dimensional data area which user attention.According to the data selection conditions, the use of GPU strong parallel processing capabilities in real-time multi-dimensional marine environment data fusion, and through the color mapping method for visual expression.Through the coordinate transformation, the two-dimensional texture closely fit on the surface of the three-dimensional earth, at the geographical level of the overall macro show.The experimental results show that the proposed method can provide an auxiliary means for ocean channel planning.
Parameter optimization of ultra low background liquid scintillation spectrometer LSA 3000 for low-level tritium determination in water samples
Ai-fang DENG, Zhen-fang DONG, Hong-qi SHI, Yu ZHANG, Zhi-hui JIANG
2019, 38(1): 89-92, 105.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190114
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Using an ultra-low background liquid scintillation spectrometer LSA 3000, we optimized the best experimental conditions and measuring methods for measuring the tritium content in water.The optimal measurement pattern, channel and static placing time of the instrument have been carried out by testing low-level tritium water.On the basis of selected parameters, low-level tritium in environmental water samples of Qingdao are measured.
Study on probabilistic forecasting model of wind field in the Bohai Sea
Xiao-liang CHEN, Yong-ming SHEN, Lei CUI, Heng-zhi JIANG, Feng SHI
2019, 38(1): 93-99.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190115
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Wind is one of the key dynamic factors for the drift and diffusion of oil spill in ocean.Accurate prediction of the wind field in the oil spill area is the basis of the forecast of oil slick transport.This paper analyzes the historical wind data of the Bohai Sea.According to the correlation of different regional wind and the difference of wind in different periods, the regional division and time division of Bohai wind are respectively carried out.According to the probability with which the wind changed between two specified directions and the mean duration of a wind event, the probability prediction model of wind field in Bohai Sea is established.The statistical parameters of the stochastic wind time series generated by the prediction model that contained a similar energy level, periodicity, and direction variability to the archived wind data are in good agreement with that of the wind data of corresponding historical period.It is a good foundation for increasing the accuracy of oi1 spill predicting and modeling, and is also a reference for other computing in ocean hydrodynamics.
The Comparison of different fatty acids extraction methods of marine organism: a case study of Penaeus monodon
Fu-qiang WANG, Ying WU, Ying CUI
2019, 38(1): 100-105.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190116
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This paper took Penaeus monodon as the study object to try to optimize fatty acids extraction of marine biological samples by comparing the extracting means and choosing different transfer regents.The results suggested that the method using microwave extraction with n-hexane and methanol (containing 5% HCl) as transfer reagents was the best method.The recovery of this method was higher than 90%.Moreover, the experiment procedure was simplyfied and the extraction time was shortened.Meanwhile, this method had no selective influence on the relative content of individual fatty acids, and could be widely used in the extraction of fatty acids of marine biological samples.
Research on assessment method of coastal erosion disaster loss
Chuan-jun WANG, Ying-chao WU, Gong-bo MA, Wei-wei WANG, Yuan-bin FU
2019, 38(1): 106-110, 119.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190117
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This paper discusses the assessment method of coastal erosion disaster loss, and gives the calculation methods of economic loss caused by coastal erosion disaster, including economic loss of land, economic loss of vegetation, economic loss of infrastructure, cost of new-built protective protect and restoration project, loss of tourism value.The paper selects two indexes of land loss area and direct economic loss to determine the disaster degree of coastal erosion with administrative district as unit.Finally, the assessment method is used to evaluate the coastal erosion disaster loss of Dalian.
Reach on the technique method and demonstration of marine economic planning evaluation
Jin-zhu GAO, Kun-cheng ZHANG, Guang-shun HE, Tao WANG, Xiu-lan WEI, Jia-wen SHEN
2019, 38(1): 111-119.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190118
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With the importance of the evaluation of marine economic planning becomes more and more prominent, the evaluation of marine economic planning plays an important role in ensuring the orderly development of marine development activities and marine economic planning, and it also plays an important role in promoting the sustained and healthy development of marine economy.In this paper, on the basis of summarizing the content of evaluation of marine economic planning, we research the evaluation method of marine economic planning and discuss the evaluation of marine economic planning from three aspects:planning implementation results, effect and efficiency.An indicator system of marine economic planning evaluation which we have designed is applied to the post-evaluation of "12th Five-Year Plan for Development of Marine Economy and Marine Industry in Tianjin". Finally, according to the evaluation result, the method of marine economic planning evaluation shows the effectiveness and practicability of the method.
Identification and assessment index of direct losses caused by marine environmental pollution
Wei-feng LIU, Da-hai LIU, Wen-xiu XING, Chun-juan WANG, Quan-bin WANG
2019, 38(1): 120-128.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190119
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It is important to assess quantitatively the direct losses caused by marine environmental pollution for damage compensation and administrative penalty.But due to different responsibilities and perspectives, there is still no consistent assessment contents and quantitative methods on direct losses in China.Considering both human and marine ecosystem, the pollution damages are analyzed and categorized comprehensively.It reveals clearly the category and scope of pollution damages, especially the connection and distinction between human activities damage and marine ecosystem damage caused by pollution.Furthermore, according to the popular theory and laws, the direct losses of all kinds of damages are identified.And then, based on the principle of science and quantization, the assessment index system is proposed, including the four losses of personal injury, property damage, marine ecological damage and administrative affairs expenditure, which are further divided into the 11 indexes of physical injury, mental injury, loss of aquatic products, loss of fixed assets, loss of current assets, additional cost for protecting assets, loss of profit during recovery, cost of marine ecological restoration, loss of ecosystem services during recovery, cost of emergency disposal, cost of investigation and evaluation.The research results could give support to the quantitative assessment of marine environmental pollution damage, and make damage claim and administrative punishment more quantitative and scientific in china.
Review
Research advances in niche of ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in estuaries and oceans
Quan-rui CHEN, Jing-feng FAN, Bin WANG
2019, 38(1): 129-138.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190120
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Ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms (AOMs) regulate the first step of nitrification in the geochemical cycle of nitrogen, which can oxidize NH3 in the habitat to nitrite NO2-.With the in-depth study of the function and role of microorganisms in geochemical cycling, the study of ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in the major estuaries and oceans has also attracted much attention.AOMs has different niche differentiation in different environments.The abundance of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) and ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) is significantly different in estuarine and marine environments, and the community structures of AOB and AOA are also significantly different.In estuaries and oceans, environmental factors such as salinity, temperature, nitrogen content, carbon content and dissolved oxygen are significantly different.Analyzing the effects of different environmental factors on AOMs and understanding the spatiotemporal dynamics, community structure change and niche differentiation characteristics of AOMs are the theoretical basis for studying microbial nitrogen geochemical cycle.
A review of extracellular polymeric substances(EPS)by marine phytoplankton
Kang-li GUO, Jie CHEN, Bao-long YAO
2019, 38(1): 139-145.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190121
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The extracellular polymeric substances(EPS), a class of sticky material with high concentration of carbon, is consists of acidic polysaccharides.EPS is mainly produced by phytoplankton in marine environment.EPS is grouped generally into three categories:EPS cell coating, soluble EPS, and transparent exopolymer particles (TEP).EPS can dissolve in the water column, belonging to the dissolved organic carbon pool.However, EPS can form TEP of particles, belonging to the particulate organic carbon pool, via coagulate or bubbling.EPS can be absorbed or degraded by microorganisms and thus directly involve in carbon cycle within microbial loop.TEP can form marine snow by aggregating bio-organic particles, accelerating the sinking of organic carbon.Therefore, EPS is the bridge of dissolved organic carbon and particulate organic carbon, and plays key roles in shaping of the structure and function of in the marine ecosystems.This paper overviewed the current research progress of EPS, including, characteristics, formation mechanism, impact on the accumulation of cells and the contribution to the marine carbon cycle.
Review on mechanisms and mitigation measures of harmful algal blooms in coastal regions
Yan-zhao FU, Cheng-wei HAN, Shi-guo XU
2019, 38(1): 146-152.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190122
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Harmful algal blooms (HABs) are one of the major marine pollution concerns in China.In this study, we summarized the current theories on the mechanism of HABs.Mitigation measures are also discussed accordingly.We suggest that more studies should be carried out on the mechanisms of the HABs and focused on the conceptual model of combined catchment, estuaries and coastal areas.In addition, considering the complex situation in coastal regions and uncertainty in ecosystem evolvement, except for ecological restoration, monitoring remains necessary as eutrophication management strategy.
Reviews on organic pollution in mangrove wetlands
Huan DING, Min-wei CHAI, Yuan GONG, Rui-li LI
2019, 38(1): 153-160.   doi: 10.12111/j.cnki.mes20190123
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Organic pollutants are ubiquitous in the natural environment.They impact ecological systems and can be hazardous to the health of living organisms including humans.Due to special ecological and environmental properties, mangroves are an ideal place for the absorption and accumulation of various organic pollutions.This paper introduces the distribution of organic pollutants in the mangrove ecosystem and their effects on mangrove plants and co-habiting life.Then, accumulation and degradation of organic pollutants by rhizosphere microorganisms are reviewed.Finally, future development directions are proposed including:(1) Establishing a database on a large number of organic pollutants in the mangrove forest.(2) Studying the morphological and transfer law of typical organic pollutants in the mangrove ecosystem; studying the potential toxicity of typical organic pollutants to mangrove plants and top predators and comprehensively evaluating their risks to mangrove ecosystems.(3) Figuring out the quantitative relationship between organic pollutant concentration and ecological effects, and modeling the direct toxic effects and indirect ecological effects of organic pollutants.(4) Enhancing the investigation of microbial diversity in mangrove wetlands; exploring the microbial degradation mechanism of typical organic pollutants in sediments.
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
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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
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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](2309) [PDF 1239KB](1)
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](2239) [PDF 1311KB](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](2244) [PDF 1366KB](1)
Effects of nitrogen sources on the growth and interspecific competition of Phaeodactylum tricornutum, Dunaliella salina and Karenia mikinotoi
LIANG Ying, SUN Ming-hui, LIU Chun-qiang, TIAN Chuan-yuan
2015, 34(1): 29-35.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150106
[Abstract](2137) [PDF 1290KB](1)
Analysis of the Liaohe Estuary coastline changes basing on the remote sensing image in the past thirty years
WANG Jian-bu, ZHANG Jie, CHEN Jing-yun, SUN Wei-fu, MA Yi
2015, 34(1): 86-92.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150116
[Abstract](2202) [PDF 1281KB](1)
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](2260) [PDF 1214KB](1)
Study on the judicial authentication of marine environmental pollution damage and its evidentiary effect
LI Chen, ZHAO Yu-hui, SUN Pei-yan
2015, 34(1): 136-141.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150124
[Abstract](2296) [PDF 1089KB](2)
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](2251) [PDF 1196KB](4)
Data standardization method for damage assessment of living marine resources based on GIS and expert evaluation method
LIU Xiu-ze, LI Yi-ping, WANG Ai-yong, YU Xu-guang, WANG Bin, GUO Dong, DONG Jing
2015, 34(1): 101-106.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150118
[Abstract](2087) [PDF 1285KB](1)
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](2153) [PDF 1095KB](1)
Spatial and temporal variation and potential ecological risk evaluation of heavy metals in surficial sediments from the adjacent waters of the Oujiang Estuary
FENG Wei-hua, ZHU Gen-hai, ZHENG Fang-qin, WU Jia-lin, ZHOU Qing-song
2015, 34(1): 36-41.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150107
[Abstract](2147) [PDF 1285KB](1)
Identification of several fish eggs and larvae by DNA barcoding in Xiamen Water
ZHOU Mei-yu, CHEN Xiao, YANG Sheng-yun
2015, 34(1): 120-125,135.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150121
[Abstract](2252) [PDF 1280KB](3)
The seasonal variation of tetrodotoxin in Amoya caninus
ZHU Guo-ping, LIAO Jian-meng, WU Bin, YE Ning, LI Zhai-wang
2015, 34(1): 66-69,80.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150112
[Abstract](2274) [PDF 1176KB](1)
Design of the seawater quality spatial evaluation system based on multi-source data
LI Bing-nan, YNAG Jian-hong, JIANG Xue-zhong, WU Tong
2015, 34(1): 113-119.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150120
[Abstract](2195) [PDF 1169KB](2)
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](1924) [PDF 1088KB](1)
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](2075) [PDF 1135KB](1)
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](2417) [PDF 1179KB](2)
Calculating the probability of oil spill at port oil reserve base
HUANG Yan-pin, LI Ying, ZHOU Xin, ZHANG Zhi-da, LIU Bing-xin, LIU Yu
2015, 34(2): 313-316.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150227
[Abstract](1659) [PDF 1144KB](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](2191) [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](1826) [PDF 1312KB](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](2580) [PDF 1195KB](1)
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](1421) [PDF 1115KB](1)
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](2190) [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](1899) [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](1979) [PDF 1121KB](1)
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](1930) [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](1694) [PDF 1447KB](2)
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](2047) [PDF 1184KB](1)
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](1287) [PDF 1231KB](1)
Spatial distribution of marine invasive species in the large marine ecosystems of China
BAI Jia-yu, MA Xue-guang
2015, 34(3): 347-353.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150305
[Abstract](1651) [PDF 1145KB](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](1291) [PDF 1239KB](1)
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](1644) [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](1855) [PDF 1088KB](2)
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](1342) [PDF 1216KB](1)
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](1352) [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](1590) [PDF 1168KB](1)
Ecological characteristics of phytoplankton community structure in Northwest Hainan coastal areas
XU Shan-nan, LIN Hua-jian, GONG Yu-yan, LI Chun-hou, CHEN Zuo-zhi
2015, 34(5): 661-668,685.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150504
[Abstract](1389) [PDF 1261KB](0)
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](1369) [PDF 1258KB](2)
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](1313) [PDF 1136KB](1)
Research on evaluation criteria construction and empirical study of the impacts of the reclamation on marine ecosystemstaking jiaozhou bay as an example
HU Zong-en, WANG Miao
2016, 35(3): 357-365.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160306
[Abstract](1531) [PDF 1203KB](2)
Acute toxic effects of crude oil pollution on Nauplius Ⅱ of Chthamalus challengeri
QI Lei-lei, SHA Jing-jing, TANG Xue-xi
2015, 34(3): 367-372.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150308
[Abstract](1417) [PDF 1260KB](1)
A public questionnaire survey of oil spill in 7.16 Dalian New Port
GUAN Chun-jiang, ZHANG Fan, LIN Yong, FAN Jing-feng
2015, 34(2): 317-320.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150228
[Abstract](1773) [PDF 1218KB](1)
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](1184) [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](1273) [PDF 1258KB](1)
Spatial and temporal variations of turbidity in the East China Seas derived from MODIS satellite data
HU Jing-wen, CHEN Shu-guo, ZHANG Ting-lu, ZHANG Guo-peng
2015, 34(4): 564-569.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150416
[Abstract](1971) [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](1548) [PDF 1165KB](1)
The evolution and driving mechanism of landscape pattern in islands during rapid urbanization: A case study of Dachangshan Island
MA De-ming, SHI Hong-hua, LIU Shi-hao, TIAN Zi-wen
2015, 34(2): 261-267.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150218
[Abstract](1461) [PDF 1189KB](1)
Comprehensive method for determining the weights of vulnerability assessment indexes on islands and the coastal zone based on the AHP weight method and entropy weight method
LIU Da-hai, GONG Wei, XING Wen-xiu, LI Xiao-xuan, MA Xue-jian, Yu Ying
2015, 34(3): 462-467.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150324
[Abstract](1393) [PDF 1165KB](2)
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](1538) [PDF 1163KB](1)
Variation trends of nutrient in Qinhuangdao coastal area based on statistical method
WU Tong, CHEN Yan-long, HUANG Feng-rong, MA Yu-juan, BAO Chun-xia
2015, 34(4): 499-502,523.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150404
[Abstract](1419) [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](1686) [PDF 1255KB](1)
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](1456) [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](924) [PDF 2027KB](4)
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](1810) [PDF 1189KB](0)
Strategy of moral hazard controlling in marine disaster insurance market
ZHENG Hui, WANG Chun-yang
2015, 34(4): 536-539,557.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150411
[Abstract](1362) [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](1755) [PDF 1384KB](2)
Spatial and temporal distribution of PCBs in the reclamation soils at Changjiang Estuary
ZHU Yun-juan, DING Yong-sheng, TONG Sheng, HU Chao-hua, ZHU Shi-mao, SU Peng-hao, SUN Dan, LI Yi-fan
2015, 34(2): 274-278.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150220
[Abstract](1474) [PDF 1227KB](1)
Occurrence and source of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAHs) in the surficial sediment of the Bohai Sea
GUO Wen, XUE Wen-ping, YAO Wen-jun, XU Heng-zhen, LIN Zhong-sheng, YAO Zi-wei, MA Xin-dong
2015, 34(3): 330-336.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150302
[Abstract](1093) [PDF 1338KB](1)
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](1472) [PDF 1377KB](3)
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](1458) [PDF 1244KB](0)
Continuous underway measurements of sea surface O2/Ar and pCO2 by membrane inlet mass spectrometry
ZHENG Wen-jing, HAN Yu, QIN Chuan, ZHANG Gui-ling
2016, 35(4): 611-617.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160421
[Abstract](1021) [PDF 1393KB](3)
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](1628) [PDF 1282KB](1)
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](1560) [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](1437) [PDF 1243KB](1)
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](1363) [PDF 1133KB](1)
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](2454) [PDF 1998KB](1)
Acute toxicity and accumulation of Mn ions with different valences on larval Apostichopus japonicas
XING Hong-yan, MA Yuan-qing, LI Bin, LI Jia-hui, LIU Xiao-bo, LIU Ai-ying, JIN Yang, BAI Yan-yan, ZHANG Juan, HE Xin
2015, 34(2): 251-254,306.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150216
[Abstract](1397) [PDF 1233KB](2)
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](1568) [PDF 1243KB](1)
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](1749) [PDF 1221KB](2)
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](1590) [PDF 1452KB](3)
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](1671) [PDF 1274KB](3)
Effects of temperature,light intensity and nutrient condition on the growth and hemolytic activity of six species of typical ichthyotoxic algae
CAO Jie-ru, HUAN Qing-liu, WU Ni, JIANG Tian-jiu
2015, 34(3): 321-329.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20150301
[Abstract](1226) [PDF 1593KB](2)
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](1191) [PDF 1161KB](1)
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](1369) [PDF 1356KB](0)
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](1474) [PDF 1110KB](1)
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](1489) [PDF 1136KB](1)
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](1464) [PDF 1312KB](1)
Composition, distribution and source of N-alkanes in surface sediments from the coast of East China Sea
LI Feng, XU Gang, HE Xing-liang, CHEN Li-lei, WANG jiang-tao
2016, 35(3): 398-403.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160312
[Abstract](1457) [PDF 3059KB](0)
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](1593) [PDF 1090KB](2)
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](1415) [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](1327) [PDF 1231KB](2)
Eco-chemical factor evaluation among different types of wetlands on Qi'ao Island, Zhuhai
MIAO Shen-yu, LONG Lian-di, TAO Wen-qin, ZENG Qing-chang, CHEN Wei-lin, CHEN Jian-hui, WANG Hou-lin
2016, 35(5): 670-677.   doi: 10.13634/j.cnki.mes20160506
[Abstract](890) [PDF 1639KB](0)
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](1162) [PDF 1145KB](1)
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](1436) [PDF 1212KB](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
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Effects of DEHP on embryonic development and DNA damage of Pinctada maetensii
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