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Volume 236, 20213rd International Conference on Energy Resources and Sustainable Development (ICERSD 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Sustainable Development and Prevention of Urban Environmental Pollution|
|Published online||09 February 2021|
Principle and Model Block Diagrams of Cd Content Monthly Variation in Surface and Bottom Waters in Central Bay
1 Accountancy School, Xijing University, Xi’an 710123, China
2 North China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center, SOA, Qingdao 266033, China
According to survey data, in Jiaozhou Bay in 1992, the vertical distribution of Cd content and monthly changes in the surface and the bottom of the central sea area of Jiaozhou Bay were studied, and monthly changes, migration processes and variational principles of the Cd content in surface and bottom water were determined. In May, August, and October, the water body that the main sea current did not pass through were those in the center of the bay. Cd content in central surface water of Jiaozhou Bay was not transported from any source outside the bay from May to October. The results showed that Cd content transported by the main sea current changed from low to high in October, May and August; Cd content transported by the bay current changed from low to high: October, August and May; Cd content in surface water in the bay center changed from low to high in: August, May and October; Cd content in the bottom bay center changed from low to high in May, October and August. Thus, from May to October, monthly changes in these four parts were different. For this reason, the monthly variation principle of Cd content in the surface and bottom waters of the bay was proposed. In addition, the model block diagrams were established to show the change process and principle of Cd content deposition and migration. The principle shows that the bay current has no direct effect on the surface water in the center of the bay from May to October. However, the bottom water body in the center of Jiaozhou Bay was greatly affected, and the surface water body in the center of Jiaozhou Bay was further affected by the upwelling.
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