Effects of an Unusual Cold-Water Intrusion in 2008 on the Catch of Coastal Fishing Methods around Penghu Islands, Taiwan

@inproceedings{Lee2014EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of an Unusual Cold-Water Intrusion in 2008 on the Catch of Coastal Fishing Methods around Penghu Islands, Taiwan},
  author={Ming-An Lee and Yi Yang and Yi Lo Shen and Yi Fu Chang and W. S. Tsai and Kuo-Wei Lan and Yi Chun Kuo},
  year={2014}
}
Based upon long-term observations (1993-2010) of satellite-derived winter sea surface temperature (SST) data, an exceptional cold-water intrusion into the southern Taiwan Strait (TS) was noted in February 2008. In the winter of 2008, La Nina caused a strong and continuous northeasterly wind that drove the cold ocean current, the China Coastal Current, more southward to penetrate the southern TS north of the Chang-Yuen Ridge. A portion of this current turned eastward to the south of Penghu… CONTINUE READING

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