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Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
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Volume 11, Issue 3 - Dec 1995
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Sep 1995
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Jun 1995
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Distributed Rainfall-Runoff Modeling Using GIS
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 1~16
This study is conducted to eveluate the potential of a GIS to assist an application problem. GIS has been applied to rainfall-runoff modeling over Soyang area. Various rainfall-runoff models have been developed over the years. A distributed rainfall-runoff model is selected because it considers the topographic characteristics over the basin. GIS can handle the spatial data to enhance the modeling. GRASS-a public domain GIS S/W-is used for GIS tools. Digital database is generated, including soil map, vegetation map, digital elevation model, basin and subbasin map, and water stream. The inpu data for the model has been generated and manupulated using GIS. The database, model and GIS are integrated for on-line operation. The inflow hydrographs are tested for the flood of Sept., 1990. This shows the promising results even without the calibration.
Typhoon Intensity Analysis using GMS Meteorological Satellita Image Data
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 17~27
One of the world widely used methods in determining the intensity of a typhoon is Dvorak's technique. By applying the Dvorak's method to the typhoons which affected our country in various degress and extents without regard to their individual severity, we estimated their intensity for six different cases of typhoons. We have derived a regression equation of estimating the central pressures and maximum wind speeds for the six selected typhoons. Their intensity was estimated from the Dvork's method using GMS satellite image data. The derived equation has tested to typhoon ORCHID and the computed values have been compared with the direct observations in its central pressure and maximum wind speed. The computed values in the Dvork's method are smaller in their magnitudes than the observed corresponding values. But their relative magnitudes do not change so much at each different time step. But our results are significantly different from those of NOAA and JMA. The cause of differences are not investigated in depth in this analysis.
The Analysis of Typhoon Center Location and Intensity from NOAA Satellite Microwave Data
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 29~42
A typhoon center location and its intensity from the 54.96GMz channel of Microwave Sounding Unit(MSU) on board the NOAA satellite is analyzed. NOAA satellite MSU channel 3 data may delineate the development and dissipation of the upper tropospheric warm core associated with a typhoon. The typhoon warm core is related to microwave imagery of 250hPa temperature field (54.96GMz). The typhoon center intensity, surface center pressure and maximum wind speed at the eye well, correlate to horozontal Laplacian of an upper tropospheric temperature field. The typhoon center is found from the analysis of 250hPa temperature field. The excellent correlation is found between the horizontal Laplacian of an tropospheric temperature field and surface maximum wind speed, another correlation is found between the warm temperature anomaly and surface pressure anomaly.
Reconstruction of Disparity Map for the Polygonal Man-Made Structures
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 43~57
This paper presents reconstruction of disparity in images. To achieve this, the algorithm was made up of two different procedures - one is extraction of boundaries for man-made structures and the other is matching of the structures. In the extraction of boundaries for man-made structures, we assume that man-made structures are composed of lines and the lines make up closed polygon. The convertional algorithms of the edges extraction may not perceive man-made structures and have problems that matching algorithms were too complex. This paper proposed sub-pixel boundaries extraction algorithm that fused split-and-merge and image improvement algorithms to overcome complexity. In matching procedure, feature-based algorithm that minimize the proposed cost function are used and the cost fuction considers movement of mid-points for left and right images to match structures. Because we could not obtain disparity of inner parts for the man-made structures, interpolation method was used. The experiment showed good results.
Landsat 자료를 이용한 금강하류의 충적주 환경변화에 관한 연구
Korean Journal of Remote Sensing, volume 11, issue 2, 1995, Pages 59~73
The study is focused on the analysis of geomorphological environment changes of alluvial bar in lower Kum river using satellite-based multitemporal/multisensor data. Landsat datas for environment changes analysis consists of Landset MSS(2 scenes) and Landset TM(7 scenes) acquired from 1979 to 1994. This study is to develop the analysis techniques for the environment change detection of using ratio, classification, false color composite etc, of Landsat data especially useful to the geomorphological study of tidal flats and river channels. The results of this study can be summarized as follows : 1. The lower Kum River alluvial bar have had rapid geomorphological changes after the construction of the temporary dam to block the river flowing in 1983. The most alluvial bar located in the river has both bankway growth, especially the allurival bar in the Lower Kum River had grown between 1983 to 1990. 2. After construction of the estuarine barrage, no remarkable geomorphological changes have been found in Kum River area but the growth and formation of new underwater bar has continued. The enormous materials was needed for the growth and formations of new underwater barrier oslands and bar would be supplied from the sea bottom and river sediment to diminish of stream velocity after construction of the estuarine barrage.