Ecological Modelling and Engineering of Lakes and Wetlands [electronic resource].
- Front Cover; Ecological Modelling and Engineering of Lakes and Wetlands; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1. Models of Lakes and Wetlands; 1.2. Ecological Engineering Applied to Lakes and Wetlands; References; Chapter 2: Structurally Dynamic Models of Lakes; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. How to Construct Structurally Dynamic Models and Definitions of Eco-Exergy; 2.3. Biomanipulation; 2.4. Development of a SDM to Describe the Competition Between Phytoplankton and Submerged Vegetation; 2.5. SDM Developed for Lake Fure; 2.6. Summary and Conclusions; References
- Chapter 3: Development of Level-IV Fugacity-Based QWASI Model for Dynamic Multimedia Fate and Transport Processes of HCHs ...3.1. Introduction; 3.1.1. Hexachlorocyclohexanes and the isomers; 3.1.2. HCHs usage and residue level in the study site; 3.1.3. Level-IV fugacity-based QWASI model; 3.2. Development of Level IV Fugacity-Based QWASI Model; 3.2.1. Model framework; 3.2.2. Model simulation and validation; 3.2.3. Parameter determination; 3.2.4. Sensitivity analysis; 3.2.5. Uncertainty analysis; 3.3. Results and Discussion; 3.3.1. Simulation of seasonal variations; 3.3.2. Transfer fluxes
- 3.3.3. Sensitivity analysis of the model parameters3.3.4. Uncertainty analysis of the model simulation; 3.4. Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Eco-Risk Assessments for Toxic Contaminants Based on Species Sensitivity Distribution Models in Lake Chaohu, China; 4.1. Introduction; 4.1.1. Ecological risk assessments; 4.1.2. Organochlorine pesticides; 4.1.3. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; 4.1.4. The study site of Lake Chaohu; 4.2. Materials and Methods; 4.2.1. Measurements of OCPs and PAHs; 188.8.131.52. Measurement of OCPs in the water; 184.108.40.206. Measurement of PAHs in the water
- 4.2.2. Ecological risk assessments by SSD and PRA220.127.116.11. General procedures of the SSD and PRA methods; 18.104.22.168. Collecting toxicity data; 22.214.171.124. Fitting the distribution of toxicity and exposure data; 126.96.36.199. Ecological risk assessment based on multiple risk indices; 188.8.131.52. Uncertainty analysis; 4.3. Eco-Risk Assessments for OCPs in Lake Chaohu; 4.3.1. The residues of OCPs in the water (Liu et al., 2012); 4.3.2. The spatial and temporal distribution of OCPs in the water; 4.3.3. Eco-risk assessments for OCPs; 4.4. Eco-Risk Assessments for PAHs in Lake Chaohu
- 4.4.1. The residues of PAHs in the water (Qin et al., 2013)4.4.2. Site-specific ecological risk of PAHs based on the SSD method; 4.4.3. Probability of ecological risk of PAHs based on the PRA method; 4.4.4. Uncertainty analysis; 4.4.5. Discussion; References; Chapter 5: Addressing the Uncertainty in Modeling Watershed Nonpoint Source Pollution; 5.1. Introduction to the Issue; 5.1.1. Current status of nonpoint source pollution; 5.1.2. Management efforts; 5.1.3. Existing models; 5.1.4. Modeling for decision support; 5.2. Uncertainty in Modeling NPS Pollution: State of the Art
- Publisher's Summary
- Ecological modelling has developed rapidly in recent decades, with the focus primarily on the restoration of lakes and wetlands. Ecological Modelling and Engineering in Lakes and Wetlands presents the progress being made in modelling for a wealth of applications. It covers the older biogeochemical models still in use today, structurally dynamic models, 3D models, biophysical models, entire watershed models, and ecotoxicological models, as well as the expansion of modeling to the Arctic and Antarctic climate-zones. The book also addresses modelling the effect of climate change, including the development of ecological models for addressing storm water pond issues, which are increasingly important in urban regions where more concentrated rainfalls are a consequence of climate change. The ecological engineering topics covered in the book also emphasize the advancements being made in applying ecological engineering regimes for better environmental management of lakes and wetlands. * Examines recent progress towards a better understanding of these two important ecosystems* Presents new results and approaches that can be used to develop better models* Discusses how to increase the synergistic effect between ecosystems engineering and modelling.
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- 5.2.1. A framework for analysis
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- Print version: Jørgensen, Sven Erik Ecological Modelling and Engineering of Lakes and Wetlands Burlington : Elsevier Science, c2014 9780444632494