Identifying The Impacts Of The El Niño And La Niña Events On Habitat Quality Of Chub Mackerel In The East China Sea
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Wei Yu is a lecturer at Shanghai Ocean University in the College of Marine Sciences.  Their area of expertise is marine biology, fishery science, climate variability, and oceanography.

                       

Identifying The Impacts Of The El Niño And La Niña Events On Habitat Quality Of Chub Mackerel In The East China Sea

Published by Wei Yu and Xinjun Chen Shanghai Ocean University These findings are described in the article entitled Climate-induced habitat suitability variations of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus in the East China Sea, recently published in the journal Fisheries Research (Fisheries Research 207 (2018) 63-73). This work was conducted by the team of Prof. Xinjun Chen from Shanghai Ocean University and the State Oceanic Administration, including Wei Yu (first author), Ai Guo, Xinjun Chen (corresponding author), Weiguo Qian, and Yuesong Li...

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Evaluating Structural Morphology And Scale Inhibition Of Starch-Graft-Poly(Acrylic Acid)

Scale deposition mainly includes insoluble salts of calcium and magnesium, such as CaCO3, Ca3(PO4)2, CaSO4, MgCO3, and Mg(OH)2. Scaling phenomenon commonly occurs in desalination processes, cooling water systems, and oil fields, which may bring some deleterious effects, such as membrane fouling in desalination processes, aggravation of corrosion, and reduction of heat transfer efficiency. Addition of antiscalant is widely applied in scale formation control due to its effectiveness, convenience, and relatively low cost. Multiple scale inhibition mechanisms working together contribute to...

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