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A Study on Remote Senssing of Coastal Waves by Marine Radar at Taiper Harbor in 2006
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Harbor and River Engineering|
remote sensing;image processing;wave analysis
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-29T01:38:27Z
abstract:In order to fulfill requirements for tasks of environmental impact assessments as well as engineering planning of Taipei Harbor, the Port Authority of Keelung Harbor contracted the Institute of Harbor and Marine Technology a long-term program monitoring the evolution of the nearby coastal environments of Taipei Harbor. The task of remote sensing of ocean waves by Radar is later developed by IHMT with the Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University as a cooperative study between two institutions, and installed at the Taipei Harbor. However, the effect of this Radar wave system will be confined on environment day by day. Selecting another suitable area to set up a new Radar wave system is necessary for understanding wave motion within this area. Besides, the images from Radar wave system will be modified by orthographic projection theory, and data collected by this Radar wave system will be compared with wave measurements by a pressure type gauge, which was installed on an offshore pillar. The statistical results gotten from Radar wave system had been confirmed by wave measurement systems in last year. However, it still has a bias between the results gotten from Radar wave system and wave measurement system. The improment of accuracy in wave data will be a important work in this year.
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