동해 외해역 해양 기상 특성 및 풍랑특보와 부이 관측 자료비교 (2006-2013년) KCI

Title
동해 외해역 해양 기상 특성 및 풍랑특보와 부이 관측 자료비교 (2006-2013년)
Alternative Title
Marine Meterological Characteristics by Comparison of High wind-wave alert and Moored Buoy data off the coast of the East Sea between 2006 and 2013
Author(s)
김윤배; 김상미
Publication Year
2014-10
Abstract
Marine meterological characteristics off the coast in the East Sea between 2006 and 2013 were investigated by comparing the high wind-wave alert and moored-measured significant wave high. Monthly and yearly variations of the high wind-wave alert duration off the coast in the central part of the East Sea are correlated with those of the significant wave height measurement with their minima in June and 2008 and maxima in December and 2012. Both the high wind-wave alert duration and significant wave height increase remarkably during 2010-2013 when compared with during 2006-2009. The remarkable increase, occurring dominantly in December, seems to be related with Arctic oscillation variability. However, the comparisons reveal that only about a half of high wind-wave alerts satisfy the criteria for issuing the high wind-wave alert. To issue the high wind-wave alert, the wind speed at the sea should exceed 14 m/s or the significant wave height should be higher than 3 m. The high wind-wave alerts unsatisfying the significant wave height criteria are issued mainly during spring and summer. These results imply that additional surface buoy moorings in the open basin of the East Sea are necessary for more accurate issue of the high wind-wave alert.
ISSN
1229-8999
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/2698
Bibliographic Citation
수산해양교육연구, v.26, no.5, pp.1013 - 1025, 2014
Publisher
한국수산해양교육학회
Keywords
East sea; Moored buoy; High wind-wave alert; Significant wave height
Type
Article
Language
Korean
Publisher
한국수산해양교육학회
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