Innovations drive wetland restoration

By Xie Chuanjiao in Qingdao | | Updated: 2019-06-18 15:34
Before-and-after photos show how new cultivated reeds help restore wetlands. [Photo provided to]

A Chinese institute recently announced much progress has been made in protecting and restoring coastal wetlands in China, thanks to a series of innovative efforts.

Qingdao Institute of Marine Geology, affiliated with the China Geological Survey of China's Ministry of Natural Resources, said it has built a monitoring system in Liaohe River Delta in Northeast China, which covers a multi-layered ecosystem combing water, sediment, atmosphere and living creatures.

The institute also independently developed unique technical equipment for greenhouse gas measurement and soil carbon sequestration, acquiring 16 domestic and foreign patents.

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