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A Study on Identification of Characteristics of Spatial Distribution for Submerged Marine Debris
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Identification of Characteristics of Spatial Distribution for Submerged Marine Debris
Park, Jae-Moon; Kim, Dae-Hyun; Yoon, Hong-Joo; Seo, Won-Chan;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study is identifying characteristics of spatial distribution using submerged debris data on the bottom of sea ground. Marine debris is classified into floating and submerged debris. These are polluting marine environment, ecology and habitat by floating and submerged. Also it takes a lot of money when it is to process the waste flowing into the ocean. In this study, it is used data of submerged debris by side scan sonar on the bottom of sea ground in Pohang port. Submerged distribution map is made to identify spatial classified characteristics of SMD(submerged marine debris) using by position and weight per area of SMD.
 Keywords
Submerged Marine Debris;Gis;Spatial Distribution;Marine Environment Pollution;Pohang Port;
 Language
Korean
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