Watershed Water Environment and Hydrology under the Influence of Anthropogenic and Natural Processes
Han, Guilin (editor)
Xu, Zhifang (editor)
The major aims of this book, “Watershed Water Environment and Hydrology under the Influence of Anthropogenic and Natural Processes”, are to focus on innovative/new ideas on the watershed water environment from different perspectives across the field; distinguish the evolution of watershed water ecological and environmental quality; clarify the biogeochemical cycling of elements or pollutants; identify and quantify the sources of pollutants; and assess the ecological risk and human health risk of pollutants in the water environment at different watershed scales. In particular, eight peer-reviewed articles were collected, mainly reporting the hydrochemistry-based watershed weathering processes and their environmental implications, trace elements and their risks, and the nutrients cycle in river–reservoir systems. Overall, these papers contribute to several aspects of the watershed water environment and are valuable for river water resource protection and management.
Keywordswater chemistry; sulfur isotope; ion source apportionment; water quality and risk assessment; Chishui River watershed; gadolinium; rare earth elements; micropollutants; wastewater treatment; anthropogenic contaminants; phosphorus release; internal P source; desorption P; abatement action; YuQiao Reservoir; heavy metals; river pollution; source identification; risk evaluation; upper Yangtze river watershed; groundwater; water quality; CKDu; dry zone; fluorosis; arsenic; thermal stratification; nitrogen transformation; sediment-water interface; reservoir; NH4+ diffusion; ECOMAG-HM model; river basin; pollution modeling; climate and management change impacts; Ge/Si ratio; Yarlung Tsangpo; Tibetan Plateau; hydrothermal input; silicate weathering; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences