한국의 해수 수질기준에 대하여

Title
한국의 해수 수질기준에 대하여
Alternative Title
Introduction on seawater quality criteria of Korea
Author(s)
양동범
Publication Year
2008-06-02
Abstract
Korean seawater quality standards define the goals for a waterbody by designating its uses and setting criteria to protect those uses. Seawater quality criteria contain information on the allowable concentrations of specific chemicals or levels of parameters in seawater to protect the marine environment for the following use designations : Class 1 (bathing, habitats and aquaculture for sensitive marine species). Class 2 (leisure, habitats and aquaculture for other fishery resources) and Class 3 (Industrial use). Korean seawater quality criteria for human health suggest the maximum levels of 19 chemical parameters to reduce the risk to humans from these sources. The water quality criteria for rivers and lakes are maintained separately by the Ministry of the Environment.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/29903
Bibliographic Citation
Regional Workshop on Assessing Marine Environment Quality of the Yellow Sea, pp.1, 2008
Publisher
UNDP/GEF YELLOW SEA LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
UNDP/GEF YELLOW SEA LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM
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