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DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.12.003
Scopus ID: 2-s2.0-85008223822
Spatial and seasonal variation of pollution sources in proximity of the Jaranman-Saryangdo area in Korea
Author: Jung Y.J.; Park Y.C.; Lee K.J.; Kim M.S.; Go K.R.; Park S.G.; Kwon S.J.; Yang J.H.; Mok J.S.
Source Publication: Marine Pollution Bulletin
ISSN: 0025-326X
EISSN: 1879-3363
Publishing Year: 2017
Volume: 115, Issue:2018-01-02
pages begin: 369
pages end: 375
Language: 英语
Keyword: Fecal coliform ; Inland pollution ; Jaranman-Saryangdo area ; Physicochemical factors ; Seawater
Scopus Keyword: Catchments ; Chemical oxygen demand ; Dissolved oxygen ; Pollution ; Rain ; Seawater ; Seawater effects ; Fecal Coliform ; Fecal coliforms ; Jaranman-Saryangdo area ; Physico-chemical factors ; Physio-chemical ; Pollution sources ; Seasonal distributions ; Seasonal variation ; Water pollution ; chlorophyll a ; dissolved oxygen ; nitrogen ; phosphate ; rain ; sea water ; chlorophyll ; chlorophyll a ; oxygen ; sea water ; water pollutant ; chemical oxygen demand ; chlorophyll a ; concentration (composition) ; fecal coliform ; physicochemical property ; pollutant source ; pollutant transport ; seasonal variation ; seawater ; spatial variation ; Article ; bacterial count ; chemical oxygen demand ; comparative study ; concentration (parameters) ; contaminated shellfish ; controlled study ; fecal coliform ; flow rate ; Korea ; microbiological examination ; nonhuman ; nonpoint source pollution ; pH ; physical chemistry ; salinity ; sea pollution ; seasonal variation ; water analysis ; water flow ; water quality ; water supply ; water temperature ; analysis ; biochemical oxygen demand ; Enterobacteriaceae ; environmental monitoring ; isolation and purification ; pollution ; season ; South Korea ; spatiotemporal analysis ; water pollutant ; Korea ; Biological Oxygen Demand Analysis ; Chlorophyll ; Enterobacteriaceae ; Environmental Monitoring ; Environmental Pollution ; Oxygen ; Rain ; Republic of Korea ; Seasons ; Seawater ; Spatio-Temporal Analysis ; Water Pollutants
Subject of Scopus: Agricultural and Biological Sciences: Aquatic Science ; Earth and Planetary Sciences: Oceanography ; Environmental Science: Pollution
English Abstract: We aimed to compare the spatial and seasonal distributions of fecal coliforms (FCs) and other physiochemical factors in the drainage basin of the Jaranman-Saryangdo area. Among the pollution sources, the mean daily loads and half-circle radii of FCs were the highest in June. However, the pollutants did not reach the boundary line of the designated area due to an existing buffer zone. The value of the FC geometric mean at station 1 was highest in August during periods of heavy rainfall; however, this value was lower than the regulation limit. The highest daily loads of chemical oxygen demand (COD) and chlorophyll-a (Chl-a) in seawater were in the surface layer in August; however, dissolved oxygen (DO) in the bottom water layer was at its lowest in August. This study demonstrated that season and rainfall have significant effects on the FC, COD, DO, and Chl-a concentrations in seawater. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd
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Affiliation: Southeast Sea Fisheries Research Institute, National Institute of Fisheries Science, 397-68, Sanyangilju-ro, Sanyang-eup, Tongyeong, South Korea

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Jung Y.J.,Park Y.C.,Lee K.J.,et al. Spatial and seasonal variation of pollution sources in proximity of the Jaranman-Saryangdo area in Korea[J]. Marine Pollution Bulletin,2017-01-01,115(2018-01-02)
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