Changes in Oceanographic Data in the East Sea of South Korea due to Typhoon Soulik: Construction of an Air

Title
Changes in Oceanographic Data in the East Sea of South Korea due to Typhoon Soulik: Construction of an Air
Author(s)
현종우; 고성협; 정섬규; 유이선; 이정한
KIOST Author(s)
Hyeon, Jong Wu(현종우)Ko, Sung-Hyub(고성협)Yoo, Lee-Sun(유이선)Lee, Junghan(이정한)
Publication Year
2019-07-16
Abstract
A wave glider is an unmanned surface vehicle that uses the wave phase to move forward while measuring weather (air temperature, air pressure, wind speed, and wind direction) and marine (wave height) data. An underwater glider is an unmanned underwater vehicle that uses buoyancy changes to move forward and performs conductivity, temperature, and depth measurements. In this study, we used a wave glider and an underwater glider to measure meteorological and oceanographic data in the East Sea before and after Typhoon Soulik. The two unmanned platforms operated simultaneously via satellite communication in the range of the typhoon’s influence. Comparison of the weather and marine data confirmed changes in the ocean environment of the East Sea after Typhoon Soulik relative to before the typhoon, as well as the influence of wind direction on water temperature and salinity characteristics, to a water depth of 15 m. Thus, nodes created by combining wave and underwater glider data can be used to establish air
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/22547
Bibliographic Citation
International Conference on Advanced Technology Innovation 2019, pp.1, 2019
Publisher
ICATI 2019
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
ICATI 2019
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Research Interests

magnetic survey,unmanned survey,UXO Detecting,자력탐사,무인탐사,불발탄 탐사

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