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Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science, 2019, 2(2); doi: 10.25236/AJETS.020038.

The Increasing Pb Content Transported to Sea

Author(s)

Dongfang Yang1,2,3,a, Chunhua Su1,2, Bailing Fan1,2, Sixi Zhu1,2

Corresponding Author:
Dongfang Yang
Affiliation(s)

1. Research Center for Karst Wetland Ecology, Guizhou Minzu University, Guizhou Guiyang, Guizhou Guiyang, China
2. College of Chemistry and Environmental Science, Guizhou Minzu University, Shanghai, 550025, China
3. North China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center, SOA, Qingdao 266033, China
a.dfyang_dfyang@126.com

Abstract

According to the investigation data of Jiaozhou Bay in May, August and October of 1991, the Pb content and horizontal distribution at surface were studied. The results showed that the variation of Pb content was 4.09-31.66μg/L, which satisfies the Case II, III and IV Sea Water Quality Standard., showing that Jiaozhou Bay was mildly, moderately and severely polluted. Pb content in Jiaozhou Bay was mainly transported by ships and wharfs, overland runoffs and river flows, to be more specific, 12.74-31.66μg/L, 30.47μg/L and 11.46-16.04μg/L, respectively, showing the severe pollution. The three transport paths could be displayed by modelling diagram. The transport rule of matter content that the farther transport of matter content, the more loss in the way, proposed by the author was verified in this paper. Besides, the transport process of Pb content from the source to the ending was proposed by the author. Thus, human activities on the land and at sea caused the increasing Pb content transported to sea, and the space-time transport of Pb content caused the pollution to the environment and ecology.

Keywords

Pb content; source; land and sea; the path, rule and process of transport; Jiaozhou Bay

Cite This Paper

Dongfang Yang, Chunhua Su, Bailing Fan, Sixi Zhu. The Increasing Pb Content Transported to Sea. Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 2: 21-31. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJETS.020038.

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