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An Analysis of the Relationship between Inherent Optical Properties and Ocean Color Algorithms Around the Korean Waters
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
  • Volume 31, Issue 5,  2015, pp.473-490
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Remote Sensing
  • DOI : 10.7780/kjrs.2015.31.5.11
 Title & Authors
An Analysis of the Relationship between Inherent Optical Properties and Ocean Color Algorithms Around the Korean Waters
Min, Jee-Eun; Ryu, Joo-Hyung; Park, Young-Je;
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 Abstract
There are diverse sea areas within the coverage of GOCI which is observed around the Korea at one-hour intervals. It includes not only very clear ocean of East Sea, but also extremely turbid waters of the Yangtze River estuary. In this study, we analyzed the different optical characteristics of various sea areas using absorption coefficients of phytoplankton, Suspended Particulate Matter(SPM), Dissolved Organic Matter(DOM). Totally 959 sets of bio-optical and marine environmental data were obtained from 2009 to 2014 around the sea area of Korea. The East Sea, South Sea, East China Sea and offshore part of Yellow Sea showed similar pattern having high levels of contribution of phytoplankton and DOM. On the other hands, the coastal part of Mokpo and Gyeonggi Bay showed opposite pattern having high levels of contribution of SPM and DOM. As a result of the algorithm performance for chlorophyll-a(Chl-a) and SPM, Chl-a is mostly overestimated and SPM is mainly tended to be underestimated. Large amount of errors are induced by the SPM rather than the chl-a and DOM. These errors are primarily founded in the coastal waters having relatively high levels of contribution of more than 60%.
 Keywords
optical characteristics;ocean color algorithms;chlorophyll;suspended particulate matter;GOCI;
 Language
Korean
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