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Assessing resource sensitivity to oil spill pollution in China's coastal waters 期刊论文
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 2021, 页码: 8
Authors:  Wang, Y.;  Liu, X.;  Zhang, C.;  Liu, M.;  Xing, Q.
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Chinese coastal waters  Oil spill pollution  Resource sensitivity  Bohai Sea  
A functional micro-needle sensor for voltammetric determination of iron in coastal waters 期刊论文
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 2021, 卷号: 327, 页码: 8
Authors:  Han, Haitao;  Pan, Dawei;  Pan, Fei;  Hu, Xueping;  Zhu, Rilong
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Micro-needle sensor  Gold nanoclusters  Conducting polymer film  Iron  Coastal waters  
Antibiotic resistance genes might serve as new indicators for wastewater contamination of coastal waters: Spatial distribution and source apportionment of antibiotic resistance genes in a coastal bay 期刊论文
ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 2020, 卷号: 114, 页码: 9
Authors:  Zhang, Yuxuan;  Wang, Jianhua;  Lu, Jian;  Wu, Jun
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Antibiotic resistance genes  Coastal waters  Anthropogenic activities  Wastewater discharge  Source apportionment  Indicator  Multi-antibiotic resistant bacteria  Bay  Contamination  
Analysis of the interannual variation characteristics of the northernmost drift position of the green tide in the Yellow Sea 期刊论文
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2020, 页码: 11
Authors:  Li, Dongxue;  Gao, Zhiqiang;  Zheng, Xiangyang;  Wang, Nanyu
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Green tide  Drift position  Rongcheng coastal waters  Dissipation trajectory  Remote sensing  Wind  
Biogeochemistry of dissolved inorganic nutrients in an oligotrophic coastal mariculture region of the northern Shandong Peninsula, north Yellow Sea 期刊论文
MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 2020, 卷号: 150, 页码: 110693
Authors:  Yang, B;  Gao, XL;  Zhao, JM;  Lu, YX;  Gao, TC
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Biogeochemical Processes  Seasonal Variations  Coastal Waters  Eutrophication Assessment  Nutrient Budget  
Chromophoric dissolved organic matter in summer in a coastal mariculture region of northern Shandong Peninsula, North Yellow Sea 期刊论文
CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 176, 页码: 19-35
Authors:  Yan, B;  Gao, XL
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Spectroscopic analysis of seawater  Absorption coefficient  Fluorescent components  Composition and distribution  Biogeochemistry  Coastal waters  
烟台牟平海洋牧场季节性低氧对大型底栖动物群落的生态效应 期刊论文
生物多样性, 2019, 卷号: 27, 期号: 2, 页码: 200-210
Authors:  李宝泉
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低氧  群落结构  群落恢复  敏感种  机会种  hypoxia  community structure  community recovery  sensitive species  opportunistic species  Hypoxia is a common phenomenon in the world's oceans, especially in the shallow waters of coastal zones. Rates of hypoxia are increasing due to global climatic changes and anthropogenic activities. Hypoxia can cause mass mortality of marine animals and can have severe negative impacts on marine ecosystems. To better understand the effects of hypoxia on macrobenthic communities, a survey was carried out in the Muping Marine Ranch (Yantai) during June, August and September of 2016. Results showed that seasonal hypoxia led to changes in benthic community structure, especially in terms of species composition and dominant species. The dominant species were Polychaeta Lumbrinereis latreilli, Sternaspis scutata and Mollusca Endopleura lubrica in summer. The opportunistic species Lumbrinereis latreilli increased, whereas, sensitive species such as Leptomya minuta, Glycera chirori, Upogebia major, Pontocrates altamarimus, Eriopisella sechellensis decreased during the hypoxic period of August. Hypoxia also reduced biodiversity indices. The effect of hypoxia on abundance and biomass were not significant, mainly because of the increase in the opportunistic Lumbrinereis latreilli, which counteracted the decline in abundance and biomass of other species. Individual physiological tolerance to hypoxia was different among species. Lumbrinereis latreilli showed higher tolerance to hypoxia in dissolved oxygen (DO) = 1.0 mg/L compared to other species. Some sensitive species, such as Leptomya minuta, Upogebia major, Pontocrates altamarimus and Eriopisella sechellensis showed lower tolerance when DO < 2.5 mg/L. When DO increased to 2.5 mg/L, the macrobenthic community start to recover gradually. The recovery extent and time needed were closely related to the degree of seasonal hypoxia.  
Occurrence, distribution, and ecological-health risks of selected antibiotics in coastal waters along the coastline of China 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2018, 卷号: 644, 页码: 1469-1476
Authors:  Lu, Jian;  Wu, Jun;  Zhang, Cui;  Zhang, Yuxuan;  Lin, Yichen;  Luo, Yongming
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Antibiotics  Ecological risks  Health risk assessment  China coastal waters  
铋基电极的构建及在海岸带水体金属检测中的应用 学位论文
工学博士, 中国科学院烟台海岸带研究所: 中国科学院大学, 2018
Authors:  胡雪萍
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铋基材料  修饰电极  海岸带水体  金属检测  Bismuth-based Materials  Modified Electrode  Coastal Waters  Metal Determination  
An electrochemical sensor based on reduced graphene oxide/gold nanoparticles modified electrode for determination of iron in coastal waters 期刊论文
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 2017, 卷号: 243, 页码: 1-7
Authors:  Zhu, Yun;  Pan, Dawei;  Hu, Xueping;  Han, Haitao;  Lin, Mingyue;  Wang, Chenchen;  Pan, DW (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Key Lab Coastal Environm Proc & Ecol Remediat, Yantai Inst Coastal Zone Res YIC, Shandong Prov Key Lab Coastal Environm Proc,YICCA, Yantai 264003, Shandong, Peoples R China. dwpan@yic.ac.cn
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Reduced Graphene Oxide  Gold Nanoparticles  Iron  Electrochemical Reduction  Coastal Waters