Tracing the change of surface environment in the passway of the typhoon Talim, 2017 using wave glider and satellite

Title
Tracing the change of surface environment in the passway of the typhoon Talim, 2017 using wave glider and satellite
Author(s)
손영백; 박광섭; 모태준; 정섬규; 김대현; 오현주; 황재동
KIOST Author(s)
Son, Young Baek(손영백)Park, Gwang Seob(박광섭)
Publication Year
2017-12-14
Abstract
Continuous observation under the extreme condition(e.g. storm, typhoon) give the chance the understanding the process of air-ocean interaction. Recently, from the new technology, we can measure the extreme sea conditions far from the coast. The unmanned surface vehicle (Wave Glider) measured continuous observation with various onboard atmosphere and ocean sensors and control the location and data remotely and in real time with satellite communication. We used the Wave Glider to monitor the effect of the Typhoon Talim(Sep. 9 ~ Sep. 18, 2017), which have 940hPa and max. wind speed 47 m/s. It started to grow as it headed northwest and developed into a typhoon as it changed the track with northeast (Sep. 15, 2017). According to the best track data provided by ECMWF (Sep. 12, 2017), we started the deploy of the Wave Glider into track of typhoon Talim. The Wave Glider made its closest approach to Talim at around Sep. 16 ~ 17, 2017. The atmosphere pressure dropped to 995hPa, wind speed was max 25 m/s, and significant wave height was 9.1 m. However, we need more analysis retrieved from raw-data of the Wave Glider but this experiment provides a new study of atmosphere-ocean interaction process in a typhoon. The unmanned surface vehicle (Wave Glider) measured continuous observation with various onboard atmosphere and ocean sensors and control the location and data remotely and in real time with satellite communication. We used the Wave Glider to monitor the effect of the Typhoon Talim(Sep. 9 ~ Sep. 18, 2017), which have 940hPa and max. wind speed 47 m/s. It started to grow as it headed northwest and developed into a typhoon as it changed the track with northeast (Sep. 15, 2017). According to the best track data provided by ECMWF (Sep. 12, 2017), we started the deploy of the Wave Glider into track of typhoon Talim. The Wave Glider made its closest approach to Talim at around Sep. 16 ~ 17, 2017. The atmosphere pressure dropped to 995hPa, wind speed was max 25 m/s, and significant wave height was 9.1 m. However, we need more analysis retrieved from raw-data of the Wave Glider but this experiment provides a new study of atmosphere-ocean interaction process in a typhoon.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/23512
Bibliographic Citation
14 JK workshop, pp.16, 2017
Publisher
부산대학교
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
부산대학교
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Research Interests

Ocean Color Remote Sensing,Climate Change,UAV,해양원격탐사,기후변화,무인체계

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