Monitoring "Green Tide" in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea Using Multi-Temporal and Multi-Source Remote Sensing Images
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AbstractLandsat-TM (Theme Mapper) and EOS (Earth Observing System)-MODIS (MODerate resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) Terra/Aqua images were used to monitor the macro-algae (Ulva prolifera) bloom since 2007 at the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. At the turbid waters of Northern Jiangsu Shoal, there is strong spectral mixing behavior, and satellite images with finer spatical resolution are more effective in detection of macro-algae patches. Macro-algae patches were detected by the Landsat images for the first time at the Sheyang estuary where is dominated by very turbid waters. The MODIS images showed that the macro-algae from the turbid waters near the Northern Jiangsu Shoal drifted southwardly in the early of May and affected the East China Sea waters; with the strengthening east-asian Summer Monsoon, macro-algae patches mainly drifted in a northward path which was mostly observed at the Yellow Sea. Macro-algae patches were also found to drift eastwardly towards the Korea Peninsular, which are supposed to be driven by the sea surface wind.
All Author(s) ListXing QG, Zheng XY, Shi P, Hao JJ, Yu DF, Liang SZ, Liu DY, Zhang YZ
Journal nameGuangpuxue Yu Guangpu Fenxi
Volume Number31
Issue Number6
Pages1644 - 1647
KeywordsEast China sea; Green tide; Remote sensing; Ulva prolifera; Yellow sea
Web of Science Subject CategoriesSpectroscopy; SPECTROSCOPY

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