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Analysis of Distributions of Macrobenthic in the Intertidal Zone of Suncheon Bay by using Satellite Image and In-situ Data
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Analysis of Distributions of Macrobenthic in the Intertidal Zone of Suncheon Bay by using Satellite Image and In-situ Data
Kim, Heung-Min; Park, Jae-Moon; Yoon, Hong-Joo;
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 Abstract
This study is conducted for analysis of distribution of macrobenthic by using satellite image and in-situ data in the intertidal zone of Suncheon bay. The satellite images on low tide on July 7, 2010 and high tide on Sept. 25, 2010, respectively, are classified into sea water, tidal flat and land. It is to extract for intertidal zone overlaying at low tide and high tide image from previously classified image. Total number of species emergence are 196 species in the intertidal zone, and most species are emergence in the right part of the subtidal zone. The Sigambra tentaculata is the dominant species and emergence the Mediomastus californiensis, Magelona japonica, etc. It is noticed that many kind of macrobenthic distribution in the subtidal zone more than the supralittoral zone. It find out that contamination due to organic through the macrobenthic distribution with a strong resistance to organic in the subtidal zone of Suncheon Bay.
 Keywords
Suncheon Bay;Tidal flat;Landsat-7 ETM+;Geographic Information System(GIS);
 Language
Korean
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