해면관측자료로 부터 산정한 해일고의 비교

Title
해면관측자료로 부터 산정한 해일고의 비교
Alternative Title
The Comparison of Storm Surge Calculation from the Sea Level Data
Author(s)
김상익; 권재일; 이종찬; 박광순
KIOST Author(s)
Kwon, Jae Il(권재일)
Publication Year
2008-06-02
Abstract
By definition, storm surge is the difference between the observed and the predicted sea surface level. However, there are no rules or guidance to 1) what kind of the observed data should be chosen (record interval), 2) how to handle the observed data (smoothing methods), and 3) what is the standard method to predict the tides, i.e., how many the harmonic constants should be used in the prediction. In this paper, we tried to compare how much the maximum storm surge height can differ by above questions. During all typhoon events after 2003 two sets of tidal records (1-minute and 1-hour intervals) from National Oceanographic Research Institute (NORI) in Korea were used to analyze the maximum surge heights
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/29904
Bibliographic Citation
PACON 2008, pp.A22, 2008
Publisher
PACON International
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
PACON International
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Research Interests

Ocean Numerical Modelling,Physical Oceanography,Coastal processess,해양수치모델,물리해양학,연안과정

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