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填埋场中鸟类觅食的污染物传播风险探究

王志杰 祁程 楼紫阳 王罗春 王川

王志杰, 祁程, 楼紫阳, 王罗春, 王川. 填埋场中鸟类觅食的污染物传播风险探究[J]. 环境工程, 2024, 42(4): 48-57. doi: 10.13205/j.hjgc.202404006
引用本文: 王志杰, 祁程, 楼紫阳, 王罗春, 王川. 填埋场中鸟类觅食的污染物传播风险探究[J]. 环境工程, 2024, 42(4): 48-57. doi: 10.13205/j.hjgc.202404006
WANG Zhijie, QI Cheng, LOU Ziyang, WANG Luochun, WANG Chuan. EXPLORING THE RISK OF POLLUTANT TRANSMISSION THROUGH BIRD FORAGING IN LANDFILLS: A REVIEW[J]. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING , 2024, 42(4): 48-57. doi: 10.13205/j.hjgc.202404006
Citation: WANG Zhijie, QI Cheng, LOU Ziyang, WANG Luochun, WANG Chuan. EXPLORING THE RISK OF POLLUTANT TRANSMISSION THROUGH BIRD FORAGING IN LANDFILLS: A REVIEW[J]. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING , 2024, 42(4): 48-57. doi: 10.13205/j.hjgc.202404006

填埋场中鸟类觅食的污染物传播风险探究

doi: 10.13205/j.hjgc.202404006
基金项目: 

高端外国专家项目(G2022037007L)

上海市青年科技启明星计划(22QB1403100)

详细信息
    作者简介:

    王志杰(2000-),男,硕士研究生,主要研究方向为填埋场污染物控制。zj_wangcs@163.com

    通讯作者:

    楼紫阳(1980-),男,教授,主要研究方向为生活垃圾填埋场稳定化及二次污染控制。louworld12@sjtu.edu.cn

EXPLORING THE RISK OF POLLUTANT TRANSMISSION THROUGH BIRD FORAGING IN LANDFILLS: A REVIEW

  • 摘要: 垃圾填埋场中大量的剩余食物吸引鸟类进入觅食。在有机质类垃圾被消耗的同时,塑料、重金属和病原体等污染物也被鸟类携带进入栖息地,对当地生态环境产生潜在影响。基于现有文献报道,梳理了鸟类在填埋场污染物迁移过程中扮演的角色,详细分析了塑料、重金属、抗生素耐药菌通过鸟类传播的具体途径及对环境造成的负面影响。根据鸟类进入填埋场的原因,针对性提出了未来填埋场管理的相关建议。以期在保护鸟类生态的同时,有效降低填埋场内污染物的传播风险及危害程度。
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