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Academic Journal of Environmental Biology, 2020, 1(4); doi: 10.38007/AJEB.2020.010406.

Bioremediation Based on Remote Sensing Technology in Urban Polluted River Treatment


Sang Eon

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Sang Eon

Univ Porto, Fac Ciencias, Dept Geociencias Ambiente & Ordenamento Terr, Rua Campo Alegre Sn, P-4169007 Porto, Portugal


With the continuous advancement of ecological civilization construction, the rapid improvement of social economy and the rapid progress of urbanization, serious pollution has been caused to the urban river water environment. Remote sensing technology can extract rich geological hazard information, and is an important means to guide the treatment of urban polluted rivers. The research purpose of this paper is the application of bioremediation based on remote sensing technology in the treatment of urban polluted rivers. In the experiment, taking the rivers A, B and C in M city as the research objects, the investigation and analysis were carried out from three aspects: the experiment of microbial remediation of urban polluted rivers, the application effect of polluted river sediment on water body remediation experiments and polluted river bioremediation.


Remote Sensing Technology, Bioremediation, Urban Polluted River, River Management

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Sang Eon. Bioremediation Based on Remote Sensing Technology in Urban Polluted River Treatment. Academic Journal of Environmental Biology (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 4: 49-58. https://doi.org/10.38007/AJEB.2020.010406.


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