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11 August 2020 A Quantitative Simulation Based Method for Reclamation Plan of Marine Ecological Constraints
Lei Chen
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Chen, L., 2020. A quantitative simulation based method for reclamation plan of marine ecological constraints. In: Qiu, Y.; Zhu, H., and Fang, X. (eds.), Current Advancements in Marine and Coastal Research for Technological and Sociological Applications. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 107, pp. 13-16. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

Through Google Earth remote sensing image, we can better design the plan of land reclamation in coastal areas, which will have a significant impact on land reclamation. However, reclamation will seriously affect marine ecology, which will cause irrecoverable losses. Therefore, we must introduce quantitative simulation of marine ecological constraints, which will better simulate the disturbance capacity of marine environment. Through different simulation schemes of disturbance capacity of marine environment, we can better evaluate the design criteria of reclamation, which will better analyze the design elements of reclamation, such as morphological elements, spacing elements and combination mode elements. By simulating the hydrodynamic characteristics of different working conditions, this paper evaluates the working conditions of different plane design elements. First of all, this paper analyzes the necessity of the plan design of the reclamation area. Then, this paper analyzes the demand index of reclamation. Finally, this paper constructs a quantitative model of marine ecological constraints.

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Lei Chen "A Quantitative Simulation Based Method for Reclamation Plan of Marine Ecological Constraints," Journal of Coastal Research 107(sp1), 13-16, (11 August 2020). https://doi.org/10.2112/JCR-SI107-004.1
Received: 19 May 2020; Accepted: 16 June 2020; Published: 11 August 2020
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graphic design
Marine ecological constraints
quantitative simulation
reclamation
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