Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province

Changchun, China

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Changchun, China
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Men B.,North China Electrical Power University | Yu T.,North China Electrical Power University | Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Kong F.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province
Energy Education Science and Technology Part A: Energy Science and Research | Year: 2014

Hydrological data is usually large scale, including a lot of double counting. Hydrologists are facing new challenges with the massive hydrological data processing. Base on the data channel of MATLAB and Excel established by Excel Link, we studied a new method to process hydrological data in batches, namely, calling MATLAB functions in Excel directly by means of Data Management Function of Excel Link and implementing large-scale processing by the fill handle. It has overcome the shortcomings of the heavy workload caused by double counting, thereby improving the data processing efficiency significantly. Finally, by taking gray GM (1, 1) model in the application of runoff prediction for example, to illustrate the process of constructing new method by the combination of MATLAB and Excel. The results indicate that the new method presented in this article can give full play to tabulation function of Excel and data-processing capabilities of MATLAB, improving the efficiency and accuracy in the runoff prediction dramatically, which has important significance and practical value for massive hydrological data processing. © Sila Science. All rights reserved.


Meng C.,North China Electrical Power University | Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Kong F.L.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Li Y.,North China Electrical Power University
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2014

Nowadays, agricultural non-point source pollution has become the main pollution source of water environment, especially for drinking water. Water sources protection has become a major problem in national economy and people's livelihood. Rural contiguous improvement project, including rural drinking water source protection, rural domestic sewage treatment, rural living garbage and livestock industry pollution treatment, can not only improve rural living environment, but also effectively reduce the non-point source pollution source of the water sources. A case study in north China showed that, after rural contiguous improvement, the amount of pollution source reduced significantly, so as to protect and improve the environmental quality of water source reserve effectively. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.


Ye X.Y.,Jilin University | Wang K.J.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Du X.Q.,Jilin University | Cao J.F.,Jilin University
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Water Management | Year: 2011

Pollutants from various sources are entering groundwater systems due to changing land use and because groundwater environments are deteriorating at various scales worldwide. The health status of a groundwater environment can be used to indicate the degree of deterioration under natural or manmade stresses. This study proposes a concept for groundwater environment health and sets up an assessment index system to diagnose the health status of a groundwater environment based on a Bossel sustainable development index framework. The index system covers six basic categories (survival, effectiveness, freedom, security, adaptation and coexistence), which indicate various aspects of the health status of a groundwater environment. A projection pursuit (PP) model is developed for the assessment of groundwater environments and PP grade evaluation (PPGE) was used to evaluate the health status of a groundwater environment. The model was applied in Western Jilin province, China as a case study for groundwater environment management.


Kong F.L.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Wang Z.S.,North China Electrical Power University | Li Y.,North China Electrical Power University
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2014

In this paper, the Shitoukoumen reservoir of Yinma River basin has carried on the detailed investigation, use the over flow curve section of upstream and downstream the Shitoukoumen reservoir ecological base flow calculation, and sensitive water demand calculation. Considering the reservoir scheduling of economic benefits, ecological benefits and social benefits, and construct a complete set of reservoir scheduling optimization model, provides a theoretical basis for Shitoukoumen reservoir water dispatching. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.


Chong M.,North China Electrical Power University | Fanli K.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Hua Y.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Yu L.,North China Electrical Power University
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2014

In this study, sediment volume, heavy metals Cr, Ni, Cu, Zn, Pb, Hg, As, Cd and the nutrient substance such as TOC, TN, TP in sediment in a reservoir (an urban water source) in China were employed as the contamination index to assess the sediment pollution, using the method of index of geo-accumulation (I geo). The result shows that, apart from sample 13# of Pb and 20# of Cu, the Igeos of which are between 0 and 1, there is no other heavy metal pollution occurred in the reservoir. For the nutrient matters, TOC, TP and TN, the pollution levels are below the national average in this reservoir. The sediment volume is estimated as 5.6 × 107 m3, nearly 10% of the storage capacity of the reservoir at the normal water level, implying that the situation of the sediment will affect the water supply in some way and it is essential to take measures to control this potential sediment pollution. The authors suggest that the dredging technology is the most effective way to solve sediment pollution in this reservoir, as the nutrient matters in the sediment are much abundant and could be used for resource utilization, such as building materials, fill materials and land use. Compared to the others, land use shows more potential for future development.


Cheng B.,North China Electrical Power University | Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Kong F.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Li Y.,North China Electrical Power University
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2014

The main environment impact factors (EIFs) to the normal water level of Songyuan Backwater Dam, in Jilin Province, China, were identified through principal component analysis for managers to develop a more rational, comprehensive decision support. This research is based on a comprehensive ecological index system, including land resources utilization, water occupancy of the city, reservoirs sediment deposition, reservoir temperature structure and water reservoir structure. The results obtained are as follow: Significant sensitive EIFs were contributed from the land resource utilization and the water occupancy of the city (Songyuan); insignificant sensitive EIFs were recognized as the reservoir temperature structure and backwater reservoir length; and those factors uncertain for sensitivity were found to be the reservoir silt accumulation. This information is very helpful for Songyuan Backwater dam, especially for the environmental impact assessment of the project construction.


Men B.,North China Electrical Power University | Yu T.,North China Electrical Power University | Kong F.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2014

It has been very urgent situation that the Yitong River ecological environment gradually worsening and aquatic ecological environment restore, especially the city wastewater and wastewater emissions increased gradually, making the river self purification capacity decreased gradually. In order to maintain the basic ecological functions of rivers, it is very important to study the instream minimum and appropriate ecological flow. The Yitong River main control section's (Yitong Hydrology Station and Nongan Hydrologic Station) minimum and appropriate ecological flow is calculated based on Tennant method. After the Tennant method of flow standard is modified, the ecological water demand is 0.17×108m3, minimum in Yitong station, the suitable ecological water requirement is 0.23×108 m3, respectively, representing average annual flow in Yitong station 26.3% and 36.3 %. The minimum ecological water requirement of Nongan station is 0.77×108 m3, the suitable ecological water requirement is 1.13×108 m3, respectively, representing the Nong2 an station mean annual runoff 21.3% and 31.3%, providing a reference for ecological regulation of Yitong river ecological protection and restoration.


Yin H.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Kong F.L.,Hydrology and Water Resource Bureau of Jilin Province | Jiang L.,North China Electrical Power University | Li Y.,North China Electrical Power University
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2014

The comprehensive ecological index system for cities of Jilin Province was formed by mean square difference method to analyze the annual level of social development, ecological and environmental development, economic development and comprehensive ecological environment for 4 eco-polluted cities (Jiutai, Dehui, Dunhua, Yanji) during 2002-2012. Then the effect on improving urban ecological environment by building diversion dam was evaluated quantitatively for each city. The comprehensive ecological index values of cities had all represented a smooth upward tendency except a marked growth in 2007. The diversion dam could significantly promote the comprehensive urban ecological environment level for cities of Jiutai, Dunhua and Yanji, but not for the city of Dehui. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

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