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 Title & Authors
Design of Lake Ecological Observation Data Management
Ahn, Bu-Young; Jung, Young-Jin; Lee, Myung-Sun; Jeong, Choong-Kyo; Kim, Bom-Chul;
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 Abstract
To protect water pollution and scarcity in lake and river, water quality monitoring applications have become important tools to understand the change of aquatic ecosystem. KLEON (Korean Lake Ecological Observatory Network) is designed to manage and share the ecological observations. The various kinds of water quality and phytoplankton observations are collected from the selected observatories such as seven lakes/rivers/wetlands. To deeply understand the collected observations with weather, KLEON also manages the observatory information such as lake, dam, floodgate, and weather. The accumulated observation and analyzed results are used to improve the water quality index of the observatories and encourage the ecologists' cooperation.
 Keywords
Water quality monitoring system;Lake ecological observation management;Lake observation network;Aquatic ecosystem assessment;Observatory information management;
 Language
English
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