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Volume 252, 20212021 International Conference on Power Grid System and Green Energy (PGSGE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy Technology Research and Development and Green Energy-Saving Applications|
|Published online||23 April 2021|
The reduction process of petroleum content in marine oil spill in Jiaozhou Bay
1 Accountancy School, Xijing University, Xi’an 710123, China ;
2 North China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center, SOA, Qingdao 266033, China ;
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According to the survey data about the waters of Jiaozhou Bay in May, September, and October 1993, this paper studies the content of PHC and its horizontal distribution in the surface waters of Jiaozhou Bay. The result shows that the range of PHC content in the waters of Jiaozhou bay is 4.16–51.00μg/L, which conforms to the national first, second and third water quality standards. In terms of PHC content, the water quality of Jiaozhou Bay is slightly polluted by PHC content in May, September and October. In May, the range of PHC content in the water of Jiaozhou Bay is 4.16–51.00μg/L, which is slightly polluted by PHC content. In the center of east waters, the water quality is slightly polluted by PHC content and the range of PHC content in other water fields of Jiaozhou Bay is 4.16–48.40μg/L which indicates that the water quality is not polluted by PHC content. In September, the range of PHC content in the waters of Jiaozhou Bay is 6.17–12.70μg/L, which is not polluted by PHC content. In October, the range of PHC content is 11.40–11.80μg/L, indicating that the waters of Jiaozhou Bay are not polluted by PHC. The content of PHC in the waters of Jiaozhou Bay only has one source, the transportation of marine oil spill, and the PHC content transported is 12.70–51.00μg/L. Therefore, as time changes, the ocean polluted by PHC content resulting from marine oil spill has gradually reduced over the course of the year. The marine oil spill has caused the waters in May to be slightly polluted by the PHC content. By September, the waters are not polluted by the PHC content. And then, in October, the marine oil spill has disappeared.
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