Bush Aquaculture Nutrition and Green Building Environmental Assessment

  • Feng Wenna
Keywords: Green building; Evaluation system; Aquatic plants; Ecological management


Large-scale aquatic plants are an important part of the aquatic ecosystem and one of the main primary producers. They are located at the water-mud, water-air and water-land interface, and regulate the circulation and transfer of ecosystem materials and energy. For shallow lakes, reconstruction of aquatic vegetation is an important measure for eutrophication and lake ecological restoration. Aquatic plants may absorb and enrich certain small molecular organic pollutants, and more are to purify water bodies by promoting the precipitation of substances and the decomposition of microorganisms. This paper analyzes the aquatic nutrition of shrub farming and environmental assessment of green buildings. Based on the analysis of the green building environment at home and abroad and its evaluation analysis, it summarizes the evaluation criteria of various indicators, and builds a framework of evaluation indicators and evaluation systems that are suitable for China's national conditions. An evaluation model based on the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is established to determine the weights of various indicators in the green building environmental quality evaluation index system and to sort them, providing a reference for the formulation and implementation of green building evaluation policies in China.