Studies of the Biogeochemistry of Typical Estuaries and Bays in China
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This book presents study findings involving the Changjiang River estuary and Jiaozhou Bay, China, etc. It takes a large catchment as a combined ecosystem to study nutrients biogeochemistry and environmental aspects of the Changjiang River. Some of the findings have sparked new research directions, including systematic studies of nutrients in the Changjiang River; sources and control mechanisms of nitrogen and phosphorus in the Changjiang River and its estuary; removal and transport of nutrients in the turbidity maximum zone and upwelling area of the Changjiang estuary; long-term changes in…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book presents study findings involving the Changjiang River estuary and Jiaozhou Bay, China, etc. It takes a large catchment as a combined ecosystem to study nutrients biogeochemistry and environmental aspects of the Changjiang River. Some of the findings have sparked new research directions, including systematic studies of nutrients in the Changjiang River; sources and control mechanisms of nitrogen and phosphorus in the Changjiang River and its estuary; removal and transport of nutrients in the turbidity maximum zone and upwelling area of the Changjiang estuary; long-term changes in nutrients and ecological responses in the Changjiang River estuary and Jiaozhou Bay; and a study on nutrient structure and nutrient composition of phytoplankton, which are topics at the forefront ofinternational marine

The studies address different fields, such as biogeochemistry, marine chemistry, ecology, environmental science, oceanography and biology.

  • Produktdetails
  • Springer Earth System Sciences
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-662-58167-4
  • 1st ed. 2020
  • Seitenzahl: 312
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. Februar 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 606g
  • ISBN-13: 9783662581674
  • ISBN-10: 3662581671
  • Artikelnr.: 53637702
Autorenporträt
Zhiliang Shen, a expert of marine chemistry and Marine Ecology Environment in China, is a research professor and Ph. D. supervisor of Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Before 2007, He was a responsible researcher of Marine biogeochemistry in Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and lad a team and hosted or participated in more than 30 national, Chinese Academy of Sciences, provincial, ministerial and municipal research projects, including the national key projects of the sixth and seventh five-year programs and National Natural Science Foundation of China, and published about 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and 11 books and atlases. The representative articles in recent years include " Shen Zhiliang et al., 2017, Chemical composition and biomass of Coscinodiscusasteromphalus in Jiaozhou Bay, China. Environ Monit Assess, 189: 94. "Shen Zhiliang et al., 2012, An estimation on budget and control of phosphorusin the Changjiang River catchment. Environ Monit Assess, 184, 6491-6505", "Shen Zhiliang, 2012, A new method for the estimation of fine-sediment resuspension ratios in estuaries-taking the turbidity maximum zone of the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary as an example. Chin J OceanolLimnol, 30(5), 791-795", "Shen Zhiliang et al., 2009, Nutrients in the Changjiang River. Environ. Monit.Assess., 153 (1), 27-44", "Shen Zhiliang et al., 2008, Transfer and transport of phosphorus and silica in the turbidity maximum zone of the Changjiang estuary. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci, 78 (3), 481-492", etc., and the representative books is "Yu Zhiming and Shen Zhiliang et al., 2011, Eutrophication in the Changjiang River Estuary and Adjacent Waters, Beijing: Science press" (in Chinese).
Inhaltsangabe
Source, Control and Transport of Nutrients in the Changjiang River and Its Estuary.- Nutrients and their transport in the Changjiang River.- The relationships of the nutrients in the Changjiang River estuary and the flow of the Changjiang River water.- Budget and control of nitrogen in the Changjiang River catchment and its mouth.- Budget and control of phosphorus in the Changjiang River catchment and its mouth.- Removal and Transport of Matters in the Changjiang and Yellow River Estuaries.- Removal and mass balance of phosphorus and silica in the turbidity maximum.- Nutrient dynamics of the upwelling area in the Changjiang estuary.- A new method for estimating fine-sediment resuspension ratios in estuaries.- The removal of zinc, cadmium, lead and copper in the Changjiang estuary.- Distributions and removals of nutrients in seawater and interstitial water of the sediments in the Huanghe River estuary.- Changes in Nutrients and Its Ecological Responses in the Changjiang River Estuary and Jiaozhou Bay.- Responses of a coastal phytoplankton community to increased nutrient input from the Changjiang River.- Long-term changes in nutrient structure and its influences on phytoplankton composition in Jiaozhou Bay.- Ecological responses of Phytoplankton to nutrient structure of seawater in Jiaozhou Bay.- Silica supply and diatom blooms in Jiaozhou Bay.- Particulate Organic Carbon and the Composition of Nutrient of Phytoplankton Particulate organic carbon and its composition in Jiaozhou Bay.- Nutrient compositions of cultured Thalassiosira rotula and Skeletonema costatum.- Differences in nutrient compositions of cultured marine diatoms: different sea.- Nutrient composition and biomass of Coscinodiscus asteromphalus in Jiaozhou Bay, China.