Dysart water성남출장샵 quality getting better in China – by Robert Murtagh
Dry ground and water in China
There is a growing concern amongst some people that China is not treating its lakes adequately to prevent the rise of algae and other forms of dead plants and algae which have become widespread in China. The Chinese government is beginning to do some work to control and remove these waterborne parasites from the waterways.
Dr Murtagh is an environmental science expert. He also co-wrote a recent report for Nature on China’s Great Lakes and how to control algae and dead plants (1). He also worked on the 2009 study with Dr. Daniel H. Lassen, who also reported a significant reduction in dead vegetation from 2008-2010 in the Great Lakes in China, as well as from the Great Lakes in Wisconsin (4).
Dr. Murtagh worked closely with Dr. John E. Leibovich of Stanford University and Dr. Charles D. Hecht of the University of Wisconsin who created the report, “Climate Change in the Greater Mekong” that was used for a 2009 report by the Chinese government’s World Resources Institute in China (4).
Dr. Jaihoon Lee, who led the China Great Lakes water quality report, was also with the Chinese government’s water quality and pollution agency to help improve and improve the water quality measures in China (4). The Chinese government has also done much of the work for the United Nations to reduce the number of polluted lakes and rivers in China, particularly in the Mekong (Mountain) region.
골목To help ensure this change, China plans to have a more detailed study of China’s water quality in 2030 (7). Dr. Murtagh reports the following about a future scenario in China which will impact the Great Lakes region:
Chinese authorities intend to improve the control of these pathogens from growing into the waterway as well as from polluting the water supply, by reducing runoff into the stream or lake. They are also considering methods for treating, removing and restoring dead trees and algae and making sure the rivers remain clean of pollution.
We are at a crossroads between a world with a limited and expensive means to control water pollution and a country with one of the most polluted water supply systems in the world. This is the biggest challenge China will face as it continues to modernize its economy. It mus해운대출장샵 해운대출장안마t find additional resources to make the improvement its water quality needs to live up to its ambitious goals.
Dr. Daniel B. H. Lasse