겨울철 황해입구에서 열염전선 구조와 해수순환

Title
겨울철 황해입구에서 열염전선 구조와 해수순환
Alternative Title
Thermohaline Frontal Structure and Circulation at the Yellow Sea Entrance in Winter
Author(s)
이흥재; 조철호; 정경태
KIOST Author(s)
Cho, Cheol Ho(조철호)
Publication Year
2015-04-23
Abstract
During the wintertime monsoon, a double tongue-shaped thermohaline front is established at the Yellow Sea (YS) entrance where the warm and saline Cheju Warm Current water (CWCW), originating in the Kuroshio, and the cold and fresh coastal water meet. The detailed frontal structure and circulation have been investigated by analyzing comprehensive CTD data, float tracks, and current data. The CWCW advances westward in the eastern part of the YS entrance and extends northwestward as a warm tongue along the western flank of the YS Trough, but it is bounded by the shallow Changjiang Banks (CB) to the west. The Chinese coastal water spreads southeastward as a cold tongue on the CB.ater meet. The detailed frontal structure and circulation have been investigated by analyzing comprehensive CTD data, float tracks, and current data. The CWCW advances westward in the eastern part of the YS entrance and extends northwestward as a warm tongue along the western flank of the YS Trough, but it is bounded by the shallow Changjiang Banks (CB) to the west. The Chinese coastal water spreads southeastward as a cold tongue on the CB.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25604
Bibliographic Citation
18th Pacific-Asian Marginal Seas Meeting, pp.121, 2015
Publisher
PAMS
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
PAMS
Related Researcher
Research Interests

Ocean current & circulation,Observation of ocean current & physical characteristics,해류 및 순환,해류 및 물성 관측

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