Welcome to rewriting.ai, you haven't Logged in yet, to enjoy the rich free content, please Login here, or Sign up/Register here 注册

You are a guest now, please register and log in

This system will translate non-English text to standard English, or help correct your English writing's spelling, grammar, and syntax errors, and rewrite out as professional scientific English.
《以下原始文字来自公开网站》 more examples

例-1 中翻英
Input:海洋流动对海洋物质、能量、热量和淡水等的输运起着至关重要的作用,对海洋生态环境和气候变化有着重要的影响,因此,海洋流动的量化一直是海洋观测和研究的核心问题之一。目前广泛使用的海面流场信息,是来自于利用地转平衡假设、从卫星高度计的海面高度资料中获取海面地转流场的数据。经典的地转平衡假设是基于地球旋转诱导的科氏力和压强梯度力之间的平衡,忽略了流动的曲率影响。然而海洋充满了中小尺度涡旋和流线弯曲的现象,考虑曲率的影响将会从高度计资料中获取额外的流动信息。
Output: Oceanic circulation plays a critical role in the transport of oceanic materials, energy, heat and freshwater, and has a significant impact on the marine ecological environment and climate change. Therefore, quantifying oceanic circulation has been one of the core issues in ocean observation and research.The surface flow field information currently widely used is obtained from the satellite altimetry data by using the geostrophic balance assumption. The classic geostrophic balance assumption is based on the balance between the Coriolis force induced by the Earth's rotation and the pressure gradient force, ignoring the curvature effect of the flow. However, the ocean is full of meso- and small-scale eddies and curved flow lines, and considering the curvature effect will obtain additional flow information from the altimetry data.

Example-2 correct and improve English
Input: The Last Deglacial (~19 ka BP ~ 11.5 ka BP) is the time period of the transition from the last major ice age to the warm period in the evolution of the Earth's climate, the study of its climate evolution mechanism can help to better understand the transition mechanism of the Earth's climate from cold to warm and provide a reference to cope with the current global warming. However, a difficult problem in the study of climate evolution during the Last Deglacial is to decipher the interaction mechanisms between the atmospheric and oceanic climate systems. Recently, the research team led by Prof. Wan from the Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS) reported a foraminiferal neodymium (Nd) isotopic record spanning the past 17,000 years with an unprecedented resolution of 200 years. This record used a mid-water marine core from the northern Indian Ocean to compare the differing interhemispheric relationships between the Indian Summer Monsoon and Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW).
Output: The Last Deglacial (~19 ka BP to 11.5 ka BP) marks the transition from the last major ice age to a warmer period in Earth's climate history. Investigating the mechanisms of this climate evolution can provide insight into the transition from cold to warm climates, as well as offer guidance in addressing current global warming. A major challenge in studying the climate evolution of the Last Deglacial is understanding the interactions between the atmospheric and oceanic climate systems. To address this, a research team led by Prof. WAN from the Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS) recently reported a foraminiferal neodymium (Nd) isotopic record spanning the past 17,000 years with an unprecedented resolution of 200 years. This record was obtained from a mid-water marine core in the northern Indian Ocean and was used to compare the interhemispheric relationships between the Indian Summer Monsoon and Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW).

例-3 中翻英
Input:为深入认识洪季特枯水情下长江流域-河口-近海系统物质通量演化及生态环境响应,加强陆海相互作用的河口海岸的系统性研究,河口海岸学国家重点实验室组织多学科、多专业和多手段综合调查团队,于2022年12月开展了长江中下游水沙、地貌、地质、水质、生态和微塑料的综合调查。 2022年长江中下游经历了历史性的洪季特枯水情,大通站径流9月底已降至常年枯季流量低值的10000 m3/s以下,三峡水库蓄水仅至159 m,如此长的枯水期,对长江、长江口及近海海域的影响值得关注。本次长江流域综合调查,针对全球变化背景下河口海岸水沙地貌和生态环境系统面临的挑战,结合长江上游梯级水库群建设、中下游河道普遍面临冲刷及泥沙格局转换等现状,围绕“流域-河口-近海系统物质通量演化及生态环境响应”问题而开展综合调查。
Output: In December 2022, the State Key Lab of Estuary and Coastal Research (SKLEC) organized a multi-disciplinary, multi-specialty and multi-method comprehensive survey team to conduct a comprehensive survey of water and sand, landform, geology, water quality, ecology and microplastics in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in order to gain a deeper understanding of the material flux evolution and ecological environment response of the Yangtze River Basin-Estuary-Nearshore System under the historic flood-drought situation. This survey was conducted in response to the challenges faced by the water-sand landform and ecological environment system of the estuary and coast under the global change background, combined with the construction of the cascade reservoir group in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, the widespread erosion and sediment pattern transformation in the middle and lower reaches of the river. The survey focused on the issue of 'Material flux evolution and ecological environment response of the watershed-estuary-nearshore system'


This site has been coded, fine tuned, and maintained by J.P.L. since 2017-08 for educational and research purposes;
Copyright @ Scientific Writing Models, Llc