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The Research Group of Jiulong River surveyed in Taihu Lake in May 2010
Date: 2010-5-14
 
   Ten Group members in the 2009 Xiamen key scientific project “scientific support platform for the drinking source water security in the North Jiulong River” went to Wuxi City Environmental Monitoring Central Station in May 10, 2010. They surveyed in Taihu Lake, one of the largest lake in China, with emphasis on water monitoring system, information share, harmful algal bloom (HAB) prevention and early-warning, water pollution control.
 
Through meeting and field visiting, group members found that various effective water monitoring and management programs had been conducted for Taihu Lake recent years by local government. After survey, the group members gained experiences as follows:
1. Eutrophication and HAB is a global issue. Each water body has its specific ecological characteristic and is highly dynamic. In order to prevent HAB and secure source water, researchers should highlight the scientific support both in HAB researches and practical techniques.
2. Information share has become a useful tool for water environmental management. Real-time data, visualization and information share among departments and regions, provide a solid support for dynamically monitoring and securing water quality.
3. Make full use of automatic water monitoring system and various water monitoring systems in different departments, optimize monitoring sites and indicators, so that it can provide a basis for ecological compensation and emission trading.
4. HAB emergency treatment practices should be safe, efficient and economic. Separation and recycle use of algal and water are expected to become an important mode of eutrophication management.
5. Water pollution prevention should base on land source. However, prevention and endpoint control are both important. Correct policy and regional coordination is the key point to achieve integrated watershed management.
(By NengWang Chen, XiaoHong Su)
 
Group members visited YANGWAN algal-water separation station in Taihu Lake
 
 
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