Protection Methods of Marine Ecological Environment Resources from Economic Perspective

Authors:Jing Rao

Abstract


At present, large-scale and high-intensity marine development activities brings great pressure on the marine ecological environment. Scientific and reasonable development and utilization for the ocean is an inevitable requirement to achieve the sustainable development of marine resources. Therefore, a method of marine biological ecological environment resource protection from the perspective of economy was put forward. It was necessary to coordinate the interest relationship between economic development and environmental protection. Firstly, the monitoring technology of marine biological ecological environment was researched to obtain typical and comprehensive multi-source monitoring data, and thus to figure out the state of marine biological ecological environment. On this basis, ecological compensation was carried out, including the measurement of marine ecological loss, the measurement of marine ecological compensation, and the construction of ecological compensation system dynamics model, so that the optimal scheme of ecological compensation was obtained and marine ecological environment protection was achieved. In order to test the effectiveness of protection method, the coordination degree between the economic development and the environment protection of marine biological ecological resources was calculated. Simulation results show that the coordination degree is more than 0.9 after using the propose method, which is much higher than that before the implementation, so the proposed method can ensure the economic development and protect the marine ecological environment well. The contradiction between economic development and environmental protection is resolved.

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