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JOCET 2014 Vol.2(1): 9-14 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.7763/JOCET.2014.V2.81

Submerged Macrophyte Restoration Differentiation for a Waterfront Body

Hua Wang, Fengqiang Ji, Jing Qin, and Yiyi Zhou
Abstract—The Inner Lake is a typical tide-influenced waterfront body in Eastern China. Series of environmental factors of the lake changed frequently and extensively due to its location. Regulating the water exchange for an improved living condition to restore macrophyte is very important to establish a healthy ecosystem. A differentiation function for submerged macrophyte restoration was proposed, and the numerical differentiation model was established, in which the projection pursuit theory was used to solve high-dimensional matters. The restoration areas of Vallisneria gigantean L. in the Inner Lake in different hydrological years were forecasted. The results showed that the restoration regions in different typical years varied to some extent. The main restoration areas in the three years were similarly concentrated in the north and south parts in the lake. It was difficult to restore the macrophytes in the mainstream of the lake for its stronger water disturbance and higher suspended sediment concentration.

Index Terms—Differentiation, inner lake, restoration, submerged macrophyte, vallisneria gigantean L.

H. Wang is with the Key Laboratory for Integrated Regulation and Resources Exploitation on Shallow Lakes, and Ministry of Education, Hohai University, Nanjing, China (e-mail: wanghua543543@163.com).
F. Q. Ji, J. Qin, and Y. Y. Zhou are with the Environmental College, Hohai University, Nanjing, China.

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Cite:Hua Wang, Fengqiang Ji, Jing Qin, and Yiyi Zhou, "Submerged Macrophyte Restoration Differentiation for a Waterfront Body," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 9-14, 2014.

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