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Bathymetry enhancement by altimetry-derived gravity anomalies in the East Sea (Sea of Japan)

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Title
Bathymetry enhancement by altimetry-derived gravity anomalies in the East Sea (Sea of Japan)
Other Titles
Altimetry derived gravity anomalies를 통한 동해 심도 증강
Authors
Kwang Bae Kim
Jeong Woo Kim
Kim, Chang Hwan
Lee, Bang Yong
Yi Kyun Kwon
Yu-Shen Hsiao
Subject
Geochemistry & Geophysics; Oceanography
Keywords
Altimetry-derived free-air gra; Bathymetry enhancement; Density contrast; East Sea; Gravity-geologic method (GGM)
Issue Date
2011
Publisher
Springer
Citation
Kwang Bae Kim, et al. 2011. "Bathymetry enhancement by altimetry-derived gravity anomalies in the East Sea (Sea of Japan)". MARINE GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, 31(4): 285-298.
Abstract
The gravity-geologic method (GGM) was used to enhance the bathymetry of the East Sea (Sea of Japan) with satellite altimetry-derived free-air gravity anomalies and shipborne depth measurements. By comparison with the bathymetry model of Smith and Sandwell’s (SAS) approach (1994), GGM was found to have an advantage with short wavelength (B12 km) components, while SAS better predicts longer wavelength (C25 km) components, despite its dependency on density contrast. To mitigate this limitation, a tuning density contrast of 10.25 g/cm3 between seawater and the seafloor was primarily estimated by the downward continuation method and then validated by the check points method with GGM. Similarly, SAS is limited by the ‘‘A’’ value in low-pass part of the Wiener filter, which defines the effective range of the wavelength components on bathymetry. As a final result, we present an enhanced GGM bathymetry model by integrating all available data.
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/6170
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11001-010-9110-0
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