북부 동중국해 수괴 변화 감시를 위한 유종섬모류 분포 적용
- 북부 동중국해 수괴 변화 감시를 위한 유종섬모류 분포 적용
- Using Tintinnid Distribution for Monitoring Water Mass Changes in the Northern East China Sea
- 김영옥; 노재훈; 이태희; 장풍국; 주세종; 최동림
- KIOST Author(s)
- Kim, Young Ok(김영옥); Noh, Jae Hoon(노재훈); Lee, Taehee(이태희); Jang, Pung Guk(장풍국)
- Tintinnid species distribution has been monitored in the northern East China Sea (ECS) in the summer of 2006 through 2011. This is used to understand the water mass movements in the northern ECS. The warm oceanic tintinnid species had largely spread in 2007 in the area, indicating that there was greater warm water extension into the northern ECS. However the extension of neritic water within the Changjiang diluted water mass has strengthened in 2008 and 2010 because the neritic species distribution had relatively grown in both years. These annual results based on the biological indicators of tintinnid species are well matched with the salinity change in the area. The warm oceanic species, Dadayiella ganymedes had frequently occurred over the study years and had shown a significant relationship with the salinity change. This is valuable as a key stone species for monitoring the intrusion of the Kuroshio within the northern ECS. Information from tintinnid biological indicators can support physical oceanography data to confirm ambiguous water mass properties.
- Ocean and Polar Research, v.34, no.2, pp.219 - 228, 2012
- tintinnids; warm oceanic species; neritic species; indicator species; water mass movement; East China Sea
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