Sea Water Environmental Remote Sensing Application on Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station

by Tiefang Li, Zhongshan Univ, Guangzhou, China,
Jianchun Yi, Zhongshan Univ, Guangzhou, China,
Yuejin Jiang, Zhongshan Univ, Guangzhou, China,
Huai Liu, Zhongshan Univ, Guangzhou, China,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastal Zone '91

Abstract: Owing to its extensive and complete characterization, remote sensing investigations have a special ability to analyze seawater environments and to monitor pollution at coastal nuclear power stations. Its main application is to investigate clogged materials in the cooling and drainage systems of nuclear power stations, monitor and analyze drained cooling water diffusion, deposits, etc. This paper, which takes the sea environmental remote sensing on Daya Bay, South China Sea, as an example, discusses the content, method, data acquisition technique and application results of remote sensing investigations.

Subject Headings: Power plants | Hydro power | Nuclear power | Remote sensing | Sea water | Environmental issues | Bays | Water pollution | Temperature effects | Cooling (wastewater treatment) | Pipe blockage | South China Sea

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