해색을 이용한 황해의 일차생산력 추정

Title
해색을 이용한 황해의 일차생산력 추정
Alternative Title
Primary Production by Ocean Color Remote Sensing in the Yellow Sea
Author(s)
손승현; Campbell; Dowell; 박지수; 노재훈; 유신재
KIOST Author(s)
Noh, Jae Hoon(노재훈)
Alternative Author(s)
박지수; 노재훈; 유신재
Publication Year
2005-06-13
Abstract
The Yellow Sea is a shelf sea surrounded by the Korean peninsula and the eastern coast of China. The bordering countries derive a substantial share of their food from fishing in these coastal waters. Synoptic maps of water column integrated primary production were derived using an existing primary production algorithm based on ocean color satellite data in the Yellow Sea. The middle of the Yellow Sea (MYS) was found to have higher levels of primary production in these months compared with the two shallower (<50 m) coastal areas. The low primary production in the coastal areas is caused by high turbidity due to strong tides and shallow depths. Lower turbidity in the central part of the Yellow Sea allows the light energy for primary production to penetrate to a deeper depth. The mean daily rate of the integrated primary production in the middle of the Yellow Sea (MYS) was 947 mgC m-2 d-1 in May and 723 mgC m-2 d-2 in September. The mean values in Chinese coastal waters and Korean coastal waters were respectively 590 and 589 mgC m-2 d-1 in May, and 734 and 553 mgC m-2 d-1 in September. Our computation of daily total primary production for the entire the Yellow Sea is 19.7 × 104 tonC d-1 in May and 15.8 × 104 tonC d-1 in September.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/31423
Bibliographic Citation
The International symposium on the Yellow Sea, pp.1 - 9, 2005
Publisher
서해수산연구소
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
서해수산연구소
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