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Observations and conditions for occurrence of dangerous coastal waves
People fishing on breakwaters or rocky shores are sometimes swept into the sea by dangerous, large, coastal waves, resulting in drowning incidents in Taiwan. These waves are locally called mad-dogExpand
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Multipath correlations in underwater acoustic communication channels.
Uncorrelated scattering (US), which assumes that multipath arrivals undergo uncorrelated scattering and are thus uncorrelated, has been the standard model for digital communications includingExpand
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Observation of typhoon eyes on the sea surface using multi-sensors
Abstract In this study, typhoon eyes are delineated using wavelet analysis from synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and infrared (IR) images to detect the “eyes” on the sea surface and at the cloud top,Expand
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Variability of sea surface temperature and warm pool area in the South China Sea and its relationship to the western Pacific warm pool
Sea surface temperature (SST) data derived from satellite and in situ measurements are used to study the thermal variability in the South China Sea (SCS). Time–frequency–energy distributions, periodsExpand
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Spatial-temporal scales of Green Island wake due to passing of the Kuroshio current
The Kuroshio current-induced island wake downstream of Green Island, Taiwan, is studied using satellite imagery and a depth-averaged shallow-water model. Spatial–temporal scales, such as aspectExpand
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Analysis of chlorophyll-a concentration around the South China Sea from ocean color images
In this study, we will discuss the spatial and temporal variation of the chlorophyll-a concentration (Chl-a) around the SCS. All Chl-a data are derived from Aqua satellite MODIS (Moderate ResolutionExpand
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Estimation of Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential From Oceanic Measurements
The primary purpose of this study is to estimate the tropical cyclone heat potential (TCHP) in the western North Pacific Ocean using in-situ measurements and satellite remote sensing data, as well asExpand
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Effects of Cold Eddy on Kuroshio Meander and Its Surface Properties, East of Taiwan
TLDR
Satellite remote-sensing data and glider data are used to study the Kuroshio meander and surface properties east of Taiwan. Expand
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The coastal sea surface temperature changes near the nuclear power plants of northern Taiwan observed from satellite images
In order to estimate the thermal plumes discharged from Chinshan and Kuosheng nuclear power plants on the coast of north Taiwan, this study uses the thermal infrared data from Landsat 7 ETM+(EnhancedExpand
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Investigation of the island-induced ocean vortex train of the Kuroshio Current using satellite imagery
Abstract In this study, we used satellite imagery to conduct a statistical study of the ocean vortex train induced by the Kuroshio Current on the leeward side of Green Island, Taiwan. The spatialExpand
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