Acoustic properties of red tide causing microalgae Chattonella sp.: Density and sound speed contrasts and backscattering strengths

Title
Acoustic properties of red tide causing microalgae Chattonella sp.: Density and sound speed contrasts and backscattering strengths
Author(s)
김정훈; 최지웅; 강돈혁
KIOST Author(s)
Kang, Don Hyug(강돈혁)
Publication Year
2011-11-07
Abstract
Harmful algal bloom (HAB), so called ‘Red tide’ is a phonomenon which the sea surface becomes discolored red owing to the rapid growth and accumulation of microscopic algae. Chattonella sp. is a representative species causing the HABs in the coastal waters of Korea and Japan. This paper presents the results of the tank experiment for the acoustic backscatter measurements from single-species cultures of Chattonella sp. The result implies that an acoustic technique may be an useful tool for monitoring Chattonella sp. bloom, though further studies are still necessary.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/28069
Bibliographic Citation
일본초음파학회 학술대회, pp.291 - 292, 2011
Publisher
일본초음파학회
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
일본초음파학회
Related Researcher
Research Interests

Marine security,Underwater Acoustics,해양방위,수중음향

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