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|Title: ||Relationship between oceanographic and the larval anchovy production in coastal waters of Southwestern Taiwan by the remote sensing method|
|Authors: ||Lee Ming Anne;Lee Kuo Tien;Lee Pei Chuan|
|Issue Date: ||2017-03-17T02:04:54Z
|Publisher: ||COSPAR Colloquium Space Remote Sensing of Subtropical Ocean|
|Abstract: ||Abstract:Publisher Summary Larval anchovy is an important commercial fishery in the coastal waters of southwest Taiwan. The coastal and offshore oceanographic conditions affect larval anchovy. A fluctuating sea surface temperature is the most important factor affecting production. Satellite sensors and the advances in image processing and electric techniques can detect water temperature over a large water surface area. Such information can elucidate the oceanographic patterns, such as current front, eddy, and upwelling, which may be related to the fishing ground formation. This chapter examines the oceanographic patterns and their relationship to the species composition and catches of larval anchovy in the coastal waters of southwestern Taiwan using use remote-sensing imagery. During the periods of low ocean-current flows, the production of the larval anchovy decreases. Also, the production increases with the increase in current flows. The species composition was dominated by Engraulis japonicus during the periods of southward currents and by Encrasicholina punctifer and Encrasicholina heteroloba during the periods of northward currents.|
|Appears in Collections:||[環境生物與漁業科學學系] 演講及研討會|
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