Operational coastal ocean observing system in Korea

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We present the up-to-date the operational coastal ocean observing system (COOS) in Korea, including a network of wave buoys, wind stations and buoys, tide gauges, high-frequency radars, and bi-monthly hydrographic conductivitytemperature-depth surveys. The operational COOS is designed to monitor the regional circulation and physical and biological processes around the Korean Peninsula, characterized by tide-dominant currents in the Yellow Sea (YS), geostrophic currents and regional boundary currents in the East/Japan Sea (EJS), and complex coastal currents associated with these two distinct regional currents in the South Sea of Korea (SS).
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OceanObs’19
Issue Date
2019-09-16
Language
English
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OceanObs’19

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/267693
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ME-Conference Papers(학술회의논문)
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