Recent Progress in Development of the Operational Ocean Prediction around Korean Seas

Title
Recent Progress in Development of the Operational Ocean Prediction around Korean Seas
Author(s)
석문식; 박성혜; 박영규; 장경일; 김성대; 남수용; 신은주; 오경희
KIOST Author(s)
Park, Young Gyu(박영규)Oh, Kyung Hee(오경희)
Publication Year
2002-10-16
Abstract
An operational prediction model most suitably applicable to the oceanographic condition around Korea is being developed as a synthetic system for supplying the prediction information through the national network to users who need urgently it at operational environment such as fishing, searching and rescuing, defending oil spill and red tide etc. The system is the first step in providing real-time prediction information of 3-D temperature, salinity, current fields and sea surface height around Korean Seas from KEY model (Suk et al, 1996) and in the transfer of techniques from the research environment to operational environment through the national information network. It will be also a step toward gaining parity with Korean weather forecast system. The research efforts were directed towards producing the better understanding of the circulation dynamics and the predictability of the prognostic variables in KEY model. The efficient three-dimensional, time-dependent prediction model has been developed and applied to Korean Seas.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/32473
Bibliographic Citation
Proceedings of Korea-U.S. Workshop on Coastal Ocean Prediction and Forecasting for the Korea Strait and the East (Japan) Sea, pp.67 - 68, 2002
Publisher
KOSEF & NSF
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
KOSEF & NSF
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