South China Sea Pollution Control and Navigation Freedom from the Perspective of the Community of Sea Destiny

Yanan Qu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1211-1216


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The community of marine destiny refers to the collective formed by people under certain common conditions, or the unified organization or organization of forms formed in the marine field by a number of state actors and non-state actors based on common maritime interests or values. The idea of building a community of marine destiny contributes to the formation of a good marine ecosystem. However, the South China Sea pollution has caused serious damage to the marine ecosystem. The early work of marine environmental workers focused on the detection of on-site pollutants, the toxic effects of pollutants on some organisms, and the behavior of pollutants. Physical migration process, etc. With the development of marine environmental science, ecology has been transformed from an observational science to experimental science. The marine enclosure ecosystem experiment is a medium-scale marine ecological simulation. It is a comprehensive research work of biology and chemistry. It has been widely used in the quantitative study of pollutant ecological effects and biogeochemical behaviors. In addition to controlling pollution in the South China Sea, the construction of a marine destiny community must also stipulate the freedom of navigation system in the South China Sea and fully safeguard national economic security and national sovereignty.


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