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developmentofamodeltosimulatesoilheavymetalslateralmigrationquantitybasedonswatinhuanjiangwatershedchina
Pengwei Qiao1; Mei Lei1; Sucai Yang2; Jun Yang1; Xiaoyong Zhou1; Nan Dong3; Guanghui Guo1
2019
Source Publication环境科学学报英文版
ISSN1001-0742
Volume000Issue:003Pages:115
AbstractLateral transportation of soil heavy metals in rainfall events could significantly increase the scope of pollution. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a model with high accuracy to simulate the migration quantity of heavy metals. A model for heavy metal migration simulation was developed based on the SWAT(Soil and Water Assessment Tool) model. This model took into consideration the influence of soil p H value, soil particle size, runoff volume, sediment amount,concentration of water-soluble heavy metals dissolved in runoff and insoluble absorbed to the soil particles. This model was reasonable in Huanjiang watershed, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, south China, covering an area of 273 km~2. The optimal drainage area threshold was determined by analyzing the effects of watershed subdivision on the simulation results to ensure the simulation accuracy. The main conclusions of this paper were:(1) watershed subdivision could affect simulation migration quantity of heavy metals;(2) the quantity of heavy metals transported by sediment accounted for 97%–99% of the total migration quantity in the study watershed. Therefore, sediment played the most important role in heavy metal migration;(3) the optimal drainage area threshold percentage to ensure high simulation accuracy was determined to be 2.01% of the total watershed;(4) with the optimal threshold percentage, this model could simulate the migration quantity of As, Pb and Cd accurately at the total watershed and subwatershed level. The results of this paper were useful for identifying the key regions with heavy metal migration.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/75382
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
2.Beijing Key Laboratory of Remediation of Industrial Pollution Sites, Environmental Protection Research Institute of Light Industry
3.Comprehensive Institute of Geotechnical Investigation and Surveying, Ltd.
First Author Affilication中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
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Pengwei Qiao,Mei Lei,Sucai Yang,et al. developmentofamodeltosimulatesoilheavymetalslateralmigrationquantitybasedonswatinhuanjiangwatershedchina[J]. 环境科学学报英文版,2019,000(003):115.
APA Pengwei Qiao.,Mei Lei.,Sucai Yang.,Jun Yang.,Xiaoyong Zhou.,...&Guanghui Guo.(2019).developmentofamodeltosimulatesoilheavymetalslateralmigrationquantitybasedonswatinhuanjiangwatershedchina.环境科学学报英文版,000(003),115.
MLA Pengwei Qiao,et al."developmentofamodeltosimulatesoilheavymetalslateralmigrationquantitybasedonswatinhuanjiangwatershedchina".环境科学学报英文版 000.003(2019):115.
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