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We have accurately, promptly, and thoroughly assessed the current environmental conditions and development trends of the Yancheng wetlands along with the heritage site. By collecting environmental data and accumulating long-term monitoring insights, we aim to provide data support for the environmental planning and ecological protection of these vital areas.

Research Focus:

We consistently monitor water, soil, and air within the protected areas, primarily using automated transmission equipment, complemented by manual observations.

1   Hydrological and Water Quality Monitoring: This includes measurements of flow rate, velocity, sediment levels, tidal patterns, water body pH, dissolved oxygen, ammonia nitrogen, and other key indicators.

2   Atmospheric Monitoring: Our primary focus here is on air quality, monitoring parameters such as inhalable particles, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide.

3   Meteorological Monitoring: We track variables including air temperature, humidity, precipitation, sunshine duration, wind speed, frost, snow, air pressure, surface, and soil temperatures.

4   Soil Monitoring: This pertains to the physical and chemical properties of soil. Monitoring can vary across different regions and habitats. 

5   Annually, we compile and release monitoring and evaluation reports.