CHEN Bing-lu, ZHANG Yun-ni, CHEN Xin-geng, WANG Zhi-gang, YANG Guang-xing. THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 2001, 11(2): 155-162.
Citation: CHEN Bing-lu, ZHANG Yun-ni, CHEN Xin-geng, WANG Zhi-gang, YANG Guang-xing. THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 2001, 11(2): 155-162.

THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY

  • Received Date: 2000-09-28
  • Publish Date: 2001-06-20
  • Hydrologic features, load of main pollutants and current condition of water quality in Lingdingyang Estuary are discussed by references and monitoring data. Affected by topography, runoff and tide, its dynamic condition is very complicated. Different water areas have different hydrologic features. The topography under the water of Lingdingyang Estuary is higher in the northwest than that in the southeast. The shoal alternates with the deep trough within the bay . The distribution of the salinity and the contents of the mud and the main pollutants tally with the topography tendency. Change in water quality goes through four stages. Current condition of water quality is fairly good. Inorganic nitrogen is the primary pollutant, and then phosphorus. Rich in nutrition of nitrogen and phosphorus become a more and more prominent problem.
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THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY

Abstract: Hydrologic features, load of main pollutants and current condition of water quality in Lingdingyang Estuary are discussed by references and monitoring data. Affected by topography, runoff and tide, its dynamic condition is very complicated. Different water areas have different hydrologic features. The topography under the water of Lingdingyang Estuary is higher in the northwest than that in the southeast. The shoal alternates with the deep trough within the bay . The distribution of the salinity and the contents of the mud and the main pollutants tally with the topography tendency. Change in water quality goes through four stages. Current condition of water quality is fairly good. Inorganic nitrogen is the primary pollutant, and then phosphorus. Rich in nutrition of nitrogen and phosphorus become a more and more prominent problem.

CHEN Bing-lu, ZHANG Yun-ni, CHEN Xin-geng, WANG Zhi-gang, YANG Guang-xing. THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 2001, 11(2): 155-162.
Citation: CHEN Bing-lu, ZHANG Yun-ni, CHEN Xin-geng, WANG Zhi-gang, YANG Guang-xing. THE CHARACTERISTIC OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN LINGDINGYANG ESTUARY[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 2001, 11(2): 155-162.
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