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《Marine Science Bulleten》 2002-01
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Preliminary Investigation on Heavy Metals, Oils and Enterobacter in Seawater and Farmed Animals in Western Xiamen Sea Area

KE Caihuan1, LIN Yuanshao1, CHEN Gang1, CHEN Xuelei1 , LIi Shaojing1, LIN Ruicai2 and ZHENG Maoshi2 ( 1. Department of Oceanography, Institute of Subtropical Oceanography, Xiamen University, Xiamen 361005 , Fujian , China ; 2. Fishery Bureau of Xiamen,  
A preliminary investigation of heavy metals, oils and Enterobacter in seawater and farmed animals in the western Xiamen sea was performed in February and April, 1999. The concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb, and oils in seawater are within the first class seawater quality established by the state. The concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb, and oils in Lateolabrax japonicus (Cuvier et Velenciennes) and Saccostrea cucullata (Born) farmed in this sea area are also accord with the national criterion for food health. But, the quantity of Enterobacter in seawater is in excess of the national health criterion for seawater. The higher abundance of Enterobacter in seawater indicats that the organic matter in seawater is too high and the seafood cultivated in this sea area could not be eaten raw. The concentrations of contaminants in seawater and cultivated animals in the Maluan Bay are higher than in other areas of the western Xiamen sea area. The concentration factors of liver on heavy metals are far higher than those of muscles in Lateolabrax japonicus. The concentration ability of Saccostrea cucullata on contaminants is markedly stronger than that of Lateolabrax japonicus.
【Fund】: 厦门市海洋管理办公室资助项目
【CateGory Index】: X55
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