Research example (1)
“Seasonal change” component of sea surface geostrophic current (surface current) calculated from long-term mean satellite sea surface height anomaly data
Research example (2)
Research example (3)
Numerical experiments of wind-driven deep currents
The E1 and E2 swirling currents in the northern sea area (Research example 1) are excited by the winter monsoon (Research example 2). The coastal branch current of the Tsushima Warm Current is strengthened in summer, and the offshore meandering current is strengthened from autumn to winter. Based on numerical experiments (Research example 3), it was speculated that the seasonal change in deep current would be synchronized with wind forcing, generating the E1 and Eb swirling currents in the northern sea area.