E3S Web Conf.
Volume 329, 20214th International Conference on Green Energy and Sustainable Development (GESD 2021)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||09 December 2021|
Research on the non-point source pollution characteristics and water environmental capacity within small river basin of agricultural areas a case study of the small watershed near Gan village, Tanxia town
1 Wanjiang University of Technology, Maanshan, 243031, China
2 Ma'anshan Engineering Technology Research Center of Engineering Monitoring and Safety Monitoring China
3 Maanshan Engineering Technology Research Center for Water Resources Efficient Utilization in Hilly Region China
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A small watershed of a tributary of the Gantang River was chosen as the study object. The water environment capacity and the amount of non-point source pollutants entering the river were calculated by combining field measurements and survey data. The results reveal that the water quality in the basin exceeds the standard severely, with 23.12t of TN, 1.64t of TP, 58t of CODMn, and 12.05t of NH3-N exceed during the plentiful period; The watershed exceeded the TN standard by 14.3t, TP by 1.64t with 17.489t of CODMn remaining in water environmental capacity and 0.71t of NH3-N exceed during the drought period. Finally, suggestions for the prevention and control of the water environment in the watershed were proposed in response to the pollution characteristics, which are of great significance for improving the water environment of the agricultural area.
Key words: Non-point source pollution / water environmental capacity / water quality analysis
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