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Title: Multisatellite observation on upwelling after the passage of Typhoon Hai-Tang in the southern East China Sea
Authors: Yi Chang;Hsiou-Ting Liao;Ming-An Lee;Jui-Wen Chan;Wei-Juan Shieh;Kuo-Tien Lee;Guang-Hua Wang;Yang-Chi Lan
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Environmental Biology and Fisheries Science
Keywords: remote sensing;upwelling;chlorophyll a;southern East China Sea
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:24:36Z
Abstract: abstract:The serial remote sensing based imageries clearly revealed large scale of upwelling within large regional enhancement of chlorophyll-a (Chl-a) concentration in the southern East China Sea (ECS) after the passage of super typhoon Hai-Tang in July 2005. After the typhoon on 22 July, the upwelling area (<26°C) expanded rapidly to 9146 km2 on the shelf-break. The large increased upwelling persisted for more than a week. Ocean color images also reveled that high Chl-a concentration of >3.0 mg/m3 appeared in the shelf region, where the high Chl-a pattern matched the upwelling in terms of location and time. On the other hand, a large offshore SST cooling was also observed mainly to the right of typhoon track on 20 July, it lasted in a period of 2–3 days. This paper provides clear and high-resolution evidence that typhoon significant increased upwelling and Chl-a concentration in the southern ECS.
Relation: 35, pp.L03612
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/25575
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