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        Abstract - Issue Jul 2015, 36 (4)                                                                                                             Back

nstantaneous and historical temperature effects on a-pinene

Evaluation of comprehensive environmental effect about

coastal zone development activities in Liaoning Province

and management advice


Wang Wei-Wei*, Cai Yue-yin, Sun Yong-guang and MA Hong-Wei

National Marine Environment Monitoring Center, Dalian-116023, China

*Corresponding Authorís Email :



Publication Data

Paper received:

11 June 2014


Revised received:

30 September 2014


Re-revised received:

01 January 2015



07 February 2015



Using spatial analysis function of Arcgis software, the present study investigated the building environment impact evaluation index system of coastal development in Liaoning Province. The factors of it included of current state of environmental quality, environmental impact of marine development and marine environmental disaster. Weighted factor analysis and comprehensive index method were utilized. At the end, comprehensive environment effect of coastal development in Liaoning Province were evaluated successfully. The result showed that the environmental effect of development activity were most serious, along the Zhao Jiatun coast in north of Zhimao bay and coast of Mianhua island in Dalian bay. ††  



 Key words

AHP method, Coastal zone, Environmental effect, Liaoning province 



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