다중 탄성파 자료를 이용한 황해 저층수 영상화

Title
다중 탄성파 자료를 이용한 황해 저층수 영상화
Alternative Title
Imaging the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water from multichannel seismic data
Author(s)
이상훈; 김한준; 주형태; 문혜진; 김충호; 문성훈; 이광훈; 이수환; 전청균
KIOST Author(s)
Lee, Sang Hoon(이상훈)Kim, Han Joon(김한준)Jou, Hyeong Tae(주형태)Moon, Hyejin(문혜진)Kim, Chung Ho(김충호)Moon, Seonghoon(문성훈)Lee, Su Hwan(이수환)Jeon, Chung Kyun(전청균)
Publication Year
2017-04-11
Abstract
The Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water (YSBCW) is a cold water mass lying in the deep part of the Yellow Sea during the warm season. We acquired multichannel seismic (MCS) data using an air gun source to image the structure of the YSBCW. The MCS data recorded reflections from sea water. The recognition of these reflections was confirmed by finite-difference seismic modeling in the frequency-domain. The seismic section from MCS data enabled discrimination of water masses distinctly separated by reflecting horizons. The structure of the water masses is fairly consistent with temperature-depth variations obtained using expandable bathythermographs (XBT) casts. The YSBCW is imaged as the lowermost water mass, maximally 40 m thick, that extends as lens form along the sea bottom under the warm mixed layer. The correlation of XBT measurements and the seismic section indicates a rapid decrease in temperature from around 11oC to 8oC in the uppermost part of the YSBCW. A transition zone between the mixed layer and the underlying YSBCW is also defined. This transition zone has fairly uniform thickness of 14~18 m and marks an interval of rapid temperature drop, indicating vigorous thermal mixing. Our study demonstrates that MCS profiling is a useful and reliable tool to image fine structures in the shallow Yellow Sea.data recorded reflections from sea water. The recognition of these reflections was confirmed by finite-difference seismic modeling in the frequency-domain. The seismic section from MCS data enabled discrimination of water masses distinctly separated by reflecting horizons. The structure of the water masses is fairly consistent with temperature-depth variations obtained using expandable bathythermographs (XBT) casts. The YSBCW is imaged as the lowermost water mass, maximally 40 m thick, that extends as lens form along the sea bottom under the warm mixed layer. The correlation of XBT measurements and the seismic section indicates a rapid decrease in temperature from around 11oC to 8oC in the uppermost part of the YSBCW. A transition zone between the mixed layer and the underlying YSBCW is also defined. This transition zone has fairly uniform thickness of 14~18 m and marks an interval of rapid temperature drop, indicating vigorous thermal mixing. Our study demonstrates that MCS profiling is a useful and reliable tool to image fine structures in the shallow Yellow Sea.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/24182
Bibliographic Citation
Pacific Asian Marginal Seas Meeting, pp.155, 2017
Publisher
PAMS
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
PAMS
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Research Interests

Seismic data processing,Seismic modeling,Machine learning,탄성파 자료처리,탄성파모델링,머신러닝

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