황해의 일차생산력 산정

Title
황해의 일차생산력 산정
Alternative Title
Estimation primary production in the Yellow Sea
Author(s)
박지수; 유신재; 오임상
Alternative Author(s)
박지수; 유신재
Publication Year
2005-10-04
Abstract
The existing estimates on the primary productivity based on in situ measurements in the Yellow Sea show a large range of values from 11.78 to 2,694 ㎎ C m-2 d-1. Such high variability is remarkable considering that the Yellow Sea is a small shallow marginal sea and its circulation pattern is not complex. The large variability in the estimates reflects the highly variable environmental conditions such as turbidity and water column stability. The Yellow Sea is a good example demonstrating the difficulty of estimating primary productivity with a reasonable accuracy. The difficulty includes inaccurate retrieval of chlorophyll and light attenuation coefficient from satellite data. Photosynthetic parameters are also highly variable due to diverse light environment. Here we attempt to overcome some of these problems by dividing the Yellow Sea into two different regions in terms of light; turbid and stratified regions. The results and problems in such approach are discussed.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/31319
Bibliographic Citation
14th PICES annual meeting, pp.14, 2005
Publisher
PICES
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
PICES
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