Differences in Soil Remediation of Ecological Shelterbelt in Taihu Lake

Hongjian Qiu, Jianmin Du, Xiaomin Fang, Meifang Chen

Abstract


In recent years, phytoremediation as a promising ecological restoration technique has emerged. Phytoremediation is a repair method that uses green plants to transfer, contain, or convert contaminants to the environment. Phytoremediation is a heavy metal, organic or radioactive element contaminated soil and water. The results show

 

that the use of plant absorption, volatilization, root filtration, degradation, stability and other effects, can purify soil

 

or water pollutants, to achieve the purpose of purifying the environment, so phytoremediation is a great potential, the development of the clean environment Pollution of green technology. The use of plants to repair contaminated soil is a cheap and durable bioremediation technique. The protection and management of Taihu Lake is an indispensable measure for the protection of Taihu Lake water, and the advantages of phytoremedry investment, low freight and

 

low leakage of pollutants show that its promotion has this unusual significance. This paper expounds the difference

 

of remediation soil between Taihu Lake Ecological Shelter Forest, and the comparison of the soil capacity of the

 

experimental tree species. Second, the correlation between the monitoring projects is discussed.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24294/sf.v1i1.225

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