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Study on SGD in the Coastal Zone of the Huanghai and Bohai: A review
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  • jinming zhang,
  • Jun Kong,
  • Ziwen Zhou,
  • Xiaosong Dong,
  • Canhao Cai
jinming zhang
Hohai University
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Jun Kong
State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering
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Ziwen Zhou
Hohai University
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Xiaosong Dong
Hohai University
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Canhao Cai
Hohai University
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Abstract

In recent years, hydrogeologists have paid more and more attention to the discharge of submarine groundwater(SGD), which is a typical and important process of the interaction between seawater and groundwater in coastal areas, tidal flats and estuaries. As an important sources of water and chemical materials to ocean, SGD affects the global water cycle and coastal ecological environment. SGD also influence the transport path of pollutants from land to the sea. Therefore, it affects the local and global circulation of coastal groundwater and seawater. Since it usually occurs in aquifer, it is easily overlooked by the researchers. In addition, due to the uncertainty of SGD in time and space, it is difficult to be measured accurately. Aiming at recently study, this paper will discuss the research process, research method, research field and environmental significance of SGD on the coast of the Huanghai and the Bohai. Based on the analysis of the existing research results, some suggestions on improving SGD investigation are put forward.