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Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version)

Authors

Guangwei ZHU, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, ChinaFollow
Hongwei WEI, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Tingfeng YANG, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Wei LI, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Kuanyi LI, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Ruijie SHEN, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Shen MIN, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Jiangming DENG, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, China
Boqiang QIN, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China; Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi 214128, ChinaFollow

Keywords

large lake; physical model; ecological simulation; ecological process; ecological restoration

Document Type

Key Research Infrastructures in CAS Field Stations

Abstract

Lake is an important component of inland water resource of China, and key ecological component of Mountain-RiverForest-Farmland-Lake-Grassland life community. Lake is also a perfect research unit for ecological theory owing to its relative clearly isolate ecosystem. Field observatory, controlled experiment, and numerical simulation are common research methods for limnology theory development and ecological restoration technology innovation. In shallow lakes, the lake ecosystem is very sensitive to the change of environmental condition. For example, changes of physical condition, such as wind-wave, could strongly influence the sediment-water interaction, light condition of water, and the growth of phytoplankton, and finally change the whole ecosystem structure and ecological service. In China, field experiment facilities for limnology research are deficient. Most of the field experiments were undertook in small enclosures or small ponds. It is an urgent need of large-scale controlled field experiment system in limnology research. With the financial support of corner-stone research infrastructure project for the field station network of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Taihu Laboratory for Lake Ecosystem Research (TLLER) has accomplished a large-scale physical and ecological experimental infrastructure system, Shallow Lake Physical-Ecological Modeling Platform (LAMP) next to Lake Taihu, the third largest freshwater lake of China. The platform includes physical lake model, large ecological experimental field on lake, and 3-D numerical model of Lake Taihu (DYTHE). LAMP platform significantly enhances the research ability of controlled physical and ecological experiment about limnology theory and technology development.

First page

1098

Last Page

1107

Language

Chinese

Publisher

Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences

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