Development of Integrated-Maritime Prediction System

Title
Development of Integrated-Maritime Prediction System
Author(s)
임학수; 김창식; 박광순; 심재설; 최진용; 전인식
KIOST Author(s)
Lim, Hak Soo(임학수)Choi, Jin Yong(최진용)
Publication Year
2013-04-24
Abstract
The development of Korea Operational Oceanographic System (KOOS) has been conducted since August, 2009 to support ocean activity and to solve various problems of coastal waters of Korea. The goal of the project is to provide predicted information to the government agency and to the public to solve coastal disasters such as oil-spill accident, search and rescue (SAR), red tide, wave overtopping, inundation etc. around coast of Korea. As a part of KOOS, we have developed a down-scaled Integrated-MAritime Prediction System (I-MAPS) for the coastal waters of Korea to support the main ports prediction system of Korea. For the operation of I-MAPS, we use a high-resolution coastal modeling system with a 300 m grid size for the western ports of Incheon and Gunsan, and southern ports of Yeosu, Masan, Busan, and Ulsan. The I-MAPS which has fine grid system covering western and southern coastal waters of major ports in Korea predicts tides, wind-driven circulation, temperature and salinity, storm surge height, and wave information etc. twice a day on a 72-hour basis. The predicted results validated with real-time monitoring data are exported to the web-GIS based coastal information system which is based on the Arc-GIS engine for the real-time dissemination to the public.nformation to the government agency and to the public to solve coastal disasters such as oil-spill accident, search and rescue (SAR), red tide, wave overtopping, inundation etc. around coast of Korea. As a part of KOOS, we have developed a down-scaled Integrated-MAritime Prediction System (I-MAPS) for the coastal waters of Korea to support the main ports prediction system of Korea. For the operation of I-MAPS, we use a high-resolution coastal modeling system with a 300 m grid size for the western ports of Incheon and Gunsan, and southern ports of Yeosu, Masan, Busan, and Ulsan. The I-MAPS which has fine grid system covering western and southern coastal waters of major ports in Korea predicts tides, wind-driven circulation, temperature and salinity, storm surge height, and wave information etc. twice a day on a 72-hour basis. The predicted results validated with real-time monitoring data are exported to the web-GIS based coastal information system which is based on the Arc-GIS engine for the real-time dissemination to the public.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/27129
Bibliographic Citation
제4차 해양예보시스템 한중공동워크숍, pp.1 - 6, 2013
Publisher
NMEFC, KIOST 공동
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
NMEFC, KIOST 공동
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Research Interests

Operational Oceanography,Numerical Modeling,운용해양,수치모델링

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