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2022 ◽  
Vol 2152 (1) ◽  
pp. 012017
Author(s):  
Keke Zou

Abstract With the development of society, the material living standard of our people has been significantly improved, but we sacrificed the environment in the course of development, which led to the current number of environmental problems in our country is particularly large, so that now we need to pick up the tone of protecting the environment, so now the overall tone of the country is to protect the environment, adhere to the green water green mountain is the basic strategy of Jinshan Yinshan, play a good pollution prevention and control of the three major battles, care for the environment, protect the environment. And in the environment water is the most important, it carries everything, the purpose of this paper is to study based on water quality monitoring and pollution prevention and control of dynamic detection technology. In order to conduct the experiment better, after consulting the literature on water quality monitoring and pollution prevention and control, and dynamic detection technology, we used a variety of algorithms to construct a corresponding dynamic detection technology system to monitor water quality and conduct real-time surveys of pollutants, and obtain relevant experimental data to complete the experiment. The experimental results show that the improved adaptive parameter DBSCAN clustering algorithm is better than the AdaBoost algorithm and the genetic algorithm, so we finally choose to build a dynamic detection technology system using the improved adaptive parameter DBSCAN clustering algorithm.


Sensors ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
pp. 218
Author(s):  
Gookbin Cho ◽  
Sawsen Azzouzi ◽  
Gaël Zucchi ◽  
Bérengère Lebental

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) combine high electrical conductivity with high surface area and chemical stability, which makes them very promising for chemical sensing. While water quality monitoring has particularly strong societal and environmental impacts, a lot of critical sensing needs remain unmet by commercial technologies. In the present review, we show across 20 water monitoring analytes and 90 references that carbon nanotube-based electrochemical sensors, chemistors and field-effect transistors (chemFET) can meet these needs. A set of 126 additional references provide context and supporting information. After introducing water quality monitoring challenges, the general operation and fabrication principles of CNT water quality sensors are summarized. They are sorted by target analytes (pH, micronutrients and metal ions, nitrogen, hardness, dissolved oxygen, disinfectants, sulfur and miscellaneous) and compared in terms of performances (limit of detection, sensitivity and detection range) and functionalization strategies. For each analyte, the references with best performances are discussed. Overall, the most frequently investigated analytes are H+ (pH) and lead (with 18% of references each), then cadmium (14%) and nitrite (11%). Micronutrients and toxic metals cover 40% of all references. Electrochemical sensors (73%) have been more investigated than chemistors (14%) or FETs (12%). Limits of detection in the ppt range have been reached, for instance Cu(II) detection with a liquid-gated chemFET using SWCNT functionalized with peptide-enhanced polyaniline or Pb(II) detection with stripping voltammetry using MWCNT functionalized with ionic liquid-dithizone based bucky-gel. The large majority of reports address functionalized CNTs (82%) instead of pristine or carboxyl-functionalized CNTs. For analytes where comparison is possible, FET-based and electrochemical transduction yield better performances than chemistors (Cu(II), Hg(II), Ca(II), H2O2); non-functionalized CNTs may yield better performances than functionalized ones (Zn(II), pH and chlorine).


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
pp. 50
Author(s):  
Muhammad Owais Tariq ◽  
Asif Siddiq ◽  
Hafsa Irshad ◽  
Muhammad Aman ◽  
Muhammad Shahbaz Khan

The unavailability of safe drinking water leads to poor conditions related to mental and physical health. To quantify the quality of water, laboratories testing the water are present in major cities which assess the basic quality parameters of drinking water, e.g., total dissolved salts (TDS), ion concentration (conductivity), turbidity, and pH value as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). The unavailability of such testing laboratories at remote locations makes the testing of the drinking water difficult. Establishing such laboratories is a tedious job as it requires a lot of costly equipment and specially trained personnel to operate them, making them difficult to handle. To address these issues, a water quality monitoring system for remote areas was designed which is capable of measuring basic measurable qualities of salt concentration, ion concentration, turbidity, and pH value. With the utilization of such a system, the user can qualify the water present in the vicinity as safe or unsafe for drinking purposes. The results from the proposed system are evaluated based on standard testing results and it is found that our water quality monitoring system is in agreement with the standard lab results with an average error of 2.9%, 1.4%, 1.2%, and 1.2% for pH, turbidity, conductivity, and TDS, respectively.


Water ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 22
Author(s):  
Qi Cao ◽  
Gongliang Yu ◽  
Shengjie Sun ◽  
Yong Dou ◽  
Hua Li ◽  
...  

The Haihe River is a typical sluice-controlled river in the north of China. The construction and operation of sluice dams change the flow and other hydrological factors of rivers, which have adverse effects on water, making it difficult to study the characteristics of water quality change and water environment control in northern rivers. In recent years, remote sensing has been widely used in water quality monitoring. However, due to the low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and the limitation of instrument resolution, satellite remote sensing is still a challenge to inland water quality monitoring. Ground-based hyperspectral remote sensing has a high temporal-spatial resolution and can be simply fixed in the water edge to achieve real-time continuous detection. A combination of hyperspectral remote sensing devices and BP neural networks is used in the current research to invert water quality parameters. The measured values and remote sensing reflectance of eight water quality parameters (chlorophyll-a (Chl-a), phycocyanin (PC), total suspended sediments (TSS), total nitrogen (TN), total phosphorus (TP), ammonia nitrogen (NH4-N), nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N), and pH) were modeled and verified. The results show that the performance R2 of the training model is above 80%, and the performance R2 of the verification model is above 70%. In the training model, the highest fitting degree is TN (R2 = 1, RMSE = 0.0012 mg/L), and the lowest fitting degree is PC (R2 = 0.87, RMSE = 0.0011 mg/L). Therefore, the application of hyperspectral remote sensing technology to water quality detection in the Haihe River is a feasible method. The model built in the hyperspectral remote sensing equipment can help decision-makers to easily understand the real-time changes of water quality parameters.


2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (24) ◽  
pp. 14060
Author(s):  
Heekyun Oh ◽  
Seongjun Yun ◽  
Heechan Lee

This study estimates the economic value of the Daecheong Dam for the public function of responding to climate change. It examines the moderating effect of climate change perceptions on value estimates by applying choice experiments (CE). The study specifies three dam function attributes—drought management (DM), flood control (FC), and water quality monitoring (WM)—subdivided into three levels to improve the existing conditions. Survey data from 603 households living in Daejeon, Chungbuk, and Chungnam have been collected to perform the CE. Subsequently, two clusters—high-involvement and low-involvement groups—have been extracted, based on the climate change perception index. The main results of comparing the marginal willingness-to-pay between the two clusters are as follows. The attributes and price variable significantly affected the choice probability to benefit from improvements in the rational signs of the coefficients. This does not violate the independence of the irrelevant alternatives assumption. The improvement values of high-involvement and low-involvement groups are estimated as KRW 21,570 and KRW 14,572 a year per household, respectively. Both show the same value intensities in the order of WM, DM, and FC.


Author(s):  
Fittrie Meyllianawaty Pratiwy ◽  
Adinda Kinasih Jacinda ◽  
Ayi Yustiati

Vaname shrimp is one type of shrimp that the people of Indonesia widely cultivate. However, there are several problems in the failure of vaname shrimp production, including poor water quality during the maintenance period, especially in ponds. Based on the selection of inclusion and exclusion criteria and quality assessment, it was found that the use of technology in cultivation activities will help streamline time, energy, and human resources so that decision-making can be made faster. The technology used is limited to water quality monitoring, disease monitoring, and EMS. The methods used to create IoT-based technology are hardware devices, software tools, function tests, and user tests. The smaller the error value, the more accurate the data obtained.


Water ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (24) ◽  
pp. 3570
Author(s):  
Pan Yu ◽  
Qingmin You ◽  
Wanting Pang ◽  
Yue Cao ◽  
Yonghong Bi ◽  
...  

Periphytic diatoms play important functional roles in aquatic ecosystems. Their community compositions are widely used in water quality monitoring due to their wide distribution, short reproductive cycles, and sensitivity to environmental changes. In this study, 116 samples of periphytic diatom samples were collected from lakes in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. The weighted average without tolerance down-weighting regression method was used to develop total phosphorus (r2 = 0.661), total nitrogen (r2 = 0.699), and chemical oxygen demand (r2 = 0.423) models, and the optimal and tolerance values of 78 periphytic species were calculated. Then, a new index, the comprehensive diatom index (CDI), was established on the basis of the optima and tolerances of these 78 species concerning the three environmental variables (TP, TN, and COD) to assess the water trophic status of the lakes in this region. According to the CDI, the trophic statuses of 8, 17, 23, 30, 22, and 14 sample sites were oligotrophic, mesotrophic, light eutrophication, moderate eutrophication, heavy eutrophication, and ultra-eutrophication, respectively. The CDI was more strongly correlated with the conductivity, pH, TP, TN, COD, and TDS than other diatom indices. These results demonstrate that the CDI is a useful metric for assessing the water trophic status of the lakes in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River.


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