Increase in fish abundance during two typhoons in the South China Sea
[Yu, Jie; Tang, Danling] Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanog, State Key Lab Trop Oceanog, Res Ctr Remote Sensing Marine Ecol & Environm, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China; Li, Yongzhen; Huang, Zirong; Chen, Guobao] Chinese Acad Fishery Sci, South China Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Minist Agr, Sci Observing & Expt Stn South China Sea Fishery, Guangzhou 510300, Guangdong, Peoples R China; Tang, Danling] Univ Chinese Acad Sci, Beijing 100049, Peoples R China; lingzistdl@126.com
2013
发表期刊ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH
ISSN0273-1177
卷号51期号:9页码:1734-1749
摘要A fish monitoring program was conducted in the northern region of the South China Sea from March 2009 to December 2010. During this period, two typhoons, GONI and Koppu, hit this region consecutively in August and September 2009. The fish and satellite data were analyzed to understand the influence of the typhoons on fish activities. The results showed that the fish species number (FSN) increased by approximately 14.29% and 14.81% after the two typhoons, GONI and Koppu, respectively. The five increased fish species included three estuarine species and two shallow sea species. However, one shallow sea species was also absent. In the nearshore (near the Pearl River Estuary) and offshore (along the typhoon's track) regions after GONI, the FSN increased by approximately 24% (nearshore) and 52.63% (offshore), with estuarine species accounting for 42.86% (nearshore) and 33.33% (offshore) of the fish species; after Koppu, the FSN increased by approximately 15.38% (nearshore) and 163.64% (offshore), with estuarine species accounting for 60% (nearshore) and 26.32% (offshore) of the fish species. In the increased records, small and medium-sized fish species were dominant nearshore, and small fish species were dominant offshore. The FSN increased to a maximum value between the 5th and the 10th days after the typhoon nearshore and between the 3rd and 8th days after the typhoon offshore. The results indicated that river discharge, triggered by the typhoon's nearshore rainfall, as well as offshore upwelling nutrients, also triggered by the typhoons, and may have played important roles in the variability of fish species. This research found that the increase in the FSN was associated with the typhoons in the northern South China Sea. 2012 COSPAR. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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关键词Typhoon Fish Species Number (Fsn) South China Sea
学科领域Astronomy & Astrophysics ; Geosciences, Multidisciplinary ; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences
资助者This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data.
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资助者This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data. ; This research was supported by: (1) National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (31061160190, 40976091, NSFC-RFBR project awarded to DL Tang and Dmitry Petrenko), (2) Chinese Academy of Sciences (kzcx2-yw-226), (3) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (8351030101000002, 2010B031900041), (4) National finance special project program (Dynamic acquisition about information of oceanic fish catch in South China Sea), (5) Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China (2010B030800008, 2011B031100001), (6) The Special Project for the Social Commonwealth Research of the National Science Research Institute (2010ZD01, 2011YD03). The OSCAR Project Office provided sea surface current data. Thanks to Yongsong Qiu, Zuozhi Chen, Yuezhong Wang and Xuehui Wang for assisting in interpreting the fish data.
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[Yu, Jie,Tang, Danling] Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanog, State Key Lab Trop Oceanog, Res Ctr Remote Sensing Marine Ecol & Environm, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China,Li, Yongzhen,et al. Increase in fish abundance during two typhoons in the South China Sea[J]. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH,2013,51(9):1734-1749.
APA [Yu, Jie.,Tang, Danling] Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanog, State Key Lab Trop Oceanog, Res Ctr Remote Sensing Marine Ecol & Environm, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China.,Li, Yongzhen.,Huang, Zirong.,Chen, Guobao] Chinese Acad Fishery Sci, South China Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Minist Agr, Sci Observing & Expt Stn South China Sea Fishery, Guangzhou 510300, Guangdong, Peoples R China.,...&lingzistdl@126.com.(2013).Increase in fish abundance during two typhoons in the South China Sea.ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH,51(9),1734-1749.
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