Online Monitoring Method for Ecological Environment Pollution Data under Internet Environment

Bo Han

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 593-598


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Data monitoring of Eco-environmental pollution is an important means to prevent and control eco-environmental pollution, improve the eco-environment and maintain the sustainable development of the environment. An on-line monitoring method of ecological environment pollution data under Internet environment was proposed, focusing on the online monitoring of agricultural ecological environment pollution data. Firstly, the status quo of agricultural ecological environment pollution is analyzed, then the information of agricultural atmospheric, soil and water pollution is collected by sensors, transmitted by wireless communication module in the Internet environment, and the monitoring results are presented by display. The experimental results show that the monitoring method has higher accuracy of pollution data acquisition, less monitoring delay, and is more practical.


Internet environment, ecological environment pollution, data, monitoring


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