Special Issue "Point-Source and Diffuse Water Pollution"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2022 | Viewed by 3401
Interests: simulation and control of non-point-source pollution; water environment simulation and repair
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Interests: catchment hydrology; nonpoint source pollution modeling; water quality target management
Interests: hydrological modeling; agricultural nonpoint source pollution; best management practices; watershed hydrology; ecohydrology; watershed management; soil erosion; soil and water conservation; nutrient loss; sediment transport; water quality; model; surface hydrology; water resources management; environmental impact assessment
With the continuous improvement of point source pollution control, non-point-source pollution has become the main cause of water pollution. Non-point-source pollution has the characteristics of wide distribution, randomness, latency and lag, which leads to difficulties in pollution monitoring, evaluation, and management control. In view of the current problems such as lack of technology for the real-time monitoring of non-point-source pollution, the lag of data collection, and low priority placed on pollution control, a Special Issue on “Point-Source and Diffuse Water Pollution” is being set up to promote the sharing of technology and methods, the discussion of problems, and encourage cooperative scientific research in this field through exchanges.
Dr. Lei Chen
Dr. Hui Xie
Dr. Lei Wu
Prof. Dr. Liang Zhang
Dr. Lei Chen has participated in the national 973 Program project, innovative research group projects, and has received support from the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has conducted a research project on the public welfare of the environmental protection industry, as well as national water special projects and national or provincial scientific research projects.
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- non-point-source pollution
- diffuse pollution
- best management practices