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JAPAN EAST SEA CRUISE III “JES 3” JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2000. JAN 98. FEB 98. JAN 99. FEB 99. JAN 00. FEB 00. Monthly AVHRR composites: Jan-Feb, 1998-2000. Monthly SEAWIFS composites: Jan-Feb, 1998-2000. JAN 98. FEB 98. FEB 99.

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JAPAN EAST SEA

CRUISE III

“JES 3”

JANUARY & FEBRUARY

2000

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JAN 98

FEB 98

JAN 99

FEB 99

JAN 00

FEB 00

Monthly AVHRR composites: Jan-Feb, 1998-2000

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Monthly SEAWIFS composites: Jan-Feb, 1998-2000

JAN 98

FEB 98

FEB 99

JAN 99

FEB 00

JAN 00

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Shelf

Japan- East Sea

(3) Jan-Feb 2000

Station

Locations

North

Korea

Yamato

Rise

SeaSoar Radial

Cruise Track

- Station Positions

- Optics Station

Positions

Cruise Track

South

Korea

Japan

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Japan- East Sea (3) Jan-Feb 2000

Yamato

Rise

  • SeaSoar Cruise track
  • -Optics Stations
  • Bio-optical Stations
    • BOPS
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Jan 21, 2000 0624Z

Cold Air

Outbreak

Cloud Streaks

  • AVHRR imagery illustrates , moisture
  • extracted from surface
  • waters near the coast and and
  • formation of heavy clouds offshore
  • Coastal / Shelf Water
  • Cooling and high evaporation
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Coastal and Shelf Water Cooling

Ice

Formation

Cold Air

Outbreak

  • AVHRR imagery illustrates ,
  • moisture extracted from surface
  • waters near the coast and and
  • formation of heavy clouds offshore
  • Coastal / Shelf Water
  • Cooling and high evaporation
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Japan / East Sea

JES 3

Jan/ Feb 2000

Cold Upwelling

Eddy

SeaSoar Cruise

track and

Station Locations

Wasm

front

East Korean Warm

Current

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Jan 18, 2000

Feb 2, 2000

Japan

Japan

Korea

Korea

16

14

Semi- Persistence Eddies occurred at

the Subpolar From from the

Beginning to End of Cruise

Jan 18 – Feb, 2.

Examples of the Frontal Location are

Shown with the ship track and station locations

12

11

6

5

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SeaWiFS derived

  • K532
  • Diffuse
  • Attenuation
  • Coefficient
  • Bio-optical properties
  • Show eddy structure
  • Along the coast.

The optical properties in cooler

(North) and warmer (South)

have similar bio-optical

properties.

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SeaWiFs Chlorophyll

(SeaBAM )

Jan 21, 2000 0339z

- Chlorophyll ~ 0.6 – 1.5 mg/ l

clouds

Feb 1, 2000 0330z

clouds

These chlorophyll imageries show the response

of the surface biology to the passage of a 2 cold front.

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Western Extension

Central Extension

East Extension

Sea surface temperature imagery were composted for a 2 week period to define the SST climatology.

Three extensions of the warm Tsumia current are illustrated which penetrate the basin interior.

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Surface attenuation coefficient

Ship track

of the surface

Optical properties

B

A

B

front

A

Front

AVHRR- SST

Surface Absorption

Surface optical properties changes at the

Subpolar Front, decreasing in the colder waters.

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AVHRR – SST for Jan 28, 2000

Illustrating the passage of a cold

front the extension of the warm

Tsumina current at the

Yamato Rise.