Damage Assessment of Marine Pollution Disasters to Biological Resources Based on Numerical Models

  • Man-Wen Tian, Suling Wang, Shu-Rong Yan

Abstract

The extent of Marine pollution damage to Marine organism resources has always been a scientific problem to be solved at home and abroad. In order to adequately protect these marine resources, we need to model and analyze the impact of Marine pollution disasters on Marine organisms. The modeling analysis of the impact of Marine pollution disasters on Marine organisms is very effective. It does not rely on modern remote sensing technology, and can analyze the impact of Marine pollution disasters on Marine organisms. In this article, the author establishes a model of the impact of Marine pollution disasters on Marine organisms using the ocean in Zhejiang as a research base. This model contains three dimensional factors. The three dimensional factors are social factors, economic factors and natural factors. The author can evaluate the geological condition of the place. Experiments show that this method has great advantages. It not only has a friendly customer interface and simple operation, also plays a very important role in the research on the impact of Marine pollution disasters on Marine organisms. This method is a great innovation and provides a new way for us to protect the Marine environment.

Published
2019-05-19