讲座报告 Seminar
Luncheon Seminar #162: Using Himawari-8 Geostationary Satellite Data for the Research of Highly Dynamic Oceanographic Phenomena  

【时间 Time】:2019-10-21 (星期一) 11:40am-1:00pm Seminar starts at 12:00pm    【浏览次数 Count】:876   【发布时间 Updated】:2019-10-14
【地点 Venue】:周隆泉楼A3-206   A3-206 Zhou Long Quan Building
【主讲人 Speaker】:黄知,Marine Physical Processes Modeller,Research Scientist    Zhi Huang
【来访单位 Institution】:Geoscience Australia,Australia     
【邀请人 Host】:胡建宇  Jianyu Hu      【联络人 Contact】:黄迎   Ying Huang 2181571

Abstract

Himawari-8, a geostationary satellite operated by the Japan Meteorological Agency, became operational in July 2015. The Himawari-8 (H-8) SST data have a spatial resolution of ~2km and a temporal frequency of 10 min each snap shoot. This provides enormous opportunities for the monitoring and investigation of highly dynamic oceanographic phenomena. This presentation aims to demonstrate the value of H-8 SST data for the studies of several oceanographic and atmospheric features around Australian margin: East Australian Current (EAC), Bonney Coast upwelling (BCU), Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and Marine Heat Waves (MHW). The results of these studies showed that H-8 SST data were capable of capturing the development of high-frequency and fast developing events. Importantly, spatial and temporal mapping of these oceanographic phenomena has enabled the quantitative investigation of these complex features.

 

Brief Bibliography

Dr Zhi Huang was educated in East China Normal University (B.S.), University of New South Wales (M.AppSci.) and Australian National University (Ph.D.). He is currently working at Geoscience Australia as a Marine Physical Processes Modeller and a Research Scientist. His current research interests include: Marine Ecological Modelling and Mapping, Multibeam Mapping and Acoustic Remote Sensing and Time-series Ocean Remote Sensing.

 

His recent publications include:

  1. Huang, Z., Wang, X.H., 2019. Mapping the spatial and temporal variability of the upwelling systems of the Australian south-eastern coast using 14-year of MODIS data, Remote Sensing of Environment, 227, 90-109.
  2. Brooke, B., Huang, Z., Nicholas, T., Oliver, T., Tamura, T., Woodroffe, C., Nichol, S., 2019. Sea-level records preserved in Holocene beach-ridge strandplains – an example from tropical northeastern Australia, Marine Geology, 411, 107-118.
  3. Huang, Z., Siwabessy, J., Cheng, H., Nichol, S. 2018. Using Multibeam Backscatter Data to Investigate Sediment-Acoustic Relationships. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 213, 4649-4665.
  4. Huang, Z., Schlacher, T.A., Nichol, S., Williams, A., Althaus, F., Kloser, R., 2018. A conceptual surrogacy framework to evaluate the habitat potential of submarine canyons. Progress in Oceanography, 169, 199-213.
  5. Przeslawski, R., Huang, Z., Anderson, J., Carroll, A.G., Edmunds, M., Hurt, L., Williams, S. 2018. Multiple field-based methods to assess the potential impacts of seismic surveys on scallops. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 129, 750-761.
  6. Bouchet, P., Meeuwig, J., Huang, Z., Letessier, T., Nichol, S., Caley, J., Watson, R., 2017. Continental-scale hotspots of pelagic fish abundance inferred from commercial catch records. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 26, 1098-1111.
  7. Kool, J. T., Huang, Z. and Nichol, S.L. 2015. “Simulated larval connectivity among Australia’s South-west submarine canyons.” Marine Ecology Progress Series, 539, 77-91.
  8. Huang, Z., Feng, M. 2015. Remotely Sensed Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of the Leeuwin Current using Time-series MODIS Data, Remote Sensing of Environment, 166, 214-232
  9. Huang, Z., Siwabessy, J., Nichol, S.L., Brooke, B.P., 2014. Predictive mapping of seabed substrate using high-resolution multibeam sonar data: A case study from a shelf with complex geomorphology, Marine Geology, 357, 37-52.
  10. Huang, Z., Nichol, S.L., Harris, P.T., Julian Caley, M., 2014. Classification of submarine canyons of the Australian continental margin, Marine Geology, 357, 362-383.