동해의 상층 수온 변동성과 북서태평양 변동성과의 상관성

Title
동해의 상층 수온 변동성과 북서태평양 변동성과의 상관성
Alternative Title
Relationship between the upper-ocean temperature variability of the East/Japan Sea and the western North Pacific
Author(s)
나한나
Publication Year
2017-04-11
Abstract
While the East/Japan Sea (EJS) exhibits its own thermohaline circulation, the upper-ocean properties are related to those of the western North Pacific mainly due to the Tsushima Warm Current that delivers warm and saline water from the south to the EJS. Long-term (1973-2012) variability of the upper 400 m temperature in the EJS is compared with that of the western North Pacific and their relationship is presented based on the gridded observation dataset. It turns out their co-variability is explained by both ocean current and large-scale atmospheric variabilities, and possible time-scale dependence in the co-variability is discussed based on the reanalysis dataset.h to the EJS. Long-term (1973-2012) variability of the upper 400 m temperature in the EJS is compared with that of the western North Pacific and their relationship is presented based on the gridded observation dataset. It turns out their co-variability is explained by both ocean current and large-scale atmospheric variabilities, and possible time-scale dependence in the co-variability is discussed based on the reanalysis dataset.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/24179
Bibliographic Citation
19th Pacific-Asian Marginal Seas Meeting, pp.48, 2017
Publisher
Pacific-Asian Marginal Seas (PAMS) Steering Committee
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
Pacific-Asian Marginal Seas (PAMS) Steering Committee
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