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《Marine Science Bulletin》 2017-05
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Study on the delimitation method of the overloading area of marine resources and environment in the red line area

LIU Shu-xi;WANG Yuan;WANG Rui-rui;YAN Ji-shun;FAN Jing-feng;WEN Quan;National Marine Environmental Monitoring Center;Key Laboratory for Ecological Environment in Coastal Areas,SOA;Department of Postgraduate, Dalian Ocean University;  
In this paper, a method is proposed to delineate the overloading area of marine resources and environment in the red line area using marine resources and environment carrying composite index. Based on the analysis of the current situation of China marine management zoning system, it is put forward that the overloading area of marine resources and environment in the red line area is an important part of the marine ecological red line area. In the framework of pressure-bearing-adjusting ability, the evaluation index system and comprehensive evaluation method of marine resources and environment area overloaded in the red line area were established, and the standard values and weights of indicators, the principles of index selection and spatial property definition were given. The sea administered by Panjin was selected as study area to delineate the marine resources and environment overloaded area in the red line zone. The results show that the resources and environment carrying comprehensive index with adjustment index coefficient can scientifically delineate the overloading area of resources and environmental in the red line zone. The overloading area of marine resources and environment in the red line area of Panjin distributes mainly in the shipping area of Panjin Port, using zone of Liaobin industrial and urban construction and the marine zone in Liaodong Bay of agriculture and fishery, accounting for 58.3 % of the zone governed by Panjin.
【Fund】: 国家海洋公益性行业科研专项(201405007;201505012)
【CateGory Index】: P74;X321
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