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Contents and Distribution of Petroleum Hydrocarbons (PHC) in Jiaozhou Bay Waters

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Based on data from the investigation in Jiaozhou bay waters in 1979, the distribution, pollution source and seasonal variation of PHC in Jiaozhou Bay are analyzed. It is showed that in Jiaozhou bay PHC contents arrived the national Category Ⅱof the water quality standard during this year. In summer in the bay the pollution of PHC was heavy, while relatively light in spring. In the coastal waters in the east and the northeast of the bay, the PHC contents in spring surpassed the national Category Ⅱ, and surpassed the national Category Ⅲ. In the coastal waters, in the northeast of the bay, the change of the PHC contents formed the grads: the contents presented the falling trend from the big one to the small, which unveiled that the PHC souce in the bay mainly came from the discharge of the industrial waste water and living sewage.

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D. Yang, Y. Zhang, J. Zou, Q. Zhou and H. Yang, "Contents and Distribution of Petroleum Hydrocarbons (PHC) in Jiaozhou Bay Waters," Open Journal of Marine Science, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2011, pp. 108-112. doi: 10.4236/ojms.2011.13011.

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