한국농림기상학회지, 제 5권 제2호(2003) (pISSN 1229-5671, eISSN 2288-1859)
Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 5, No. 2, (2003), pp. 138~149
ⓒ Author(s) 2014. CC Attribution 3.0 License.


FK KoFlux 관측지에서의 지역 규모 열 플럭스의 추정 :
타워 관측에서 MM5 중규모 모형까지

홍진규(1,2), 이희춘(2), 김준(1,2), 김백조(3), 조천호(3), 이성주(4)
1연세대학교 대기모형연구실
2연세대학교 생물기상연구실/대기과학과
3기상청 기상연구소 예보연구실
4기상청 해남 기상관측소

Inferring Regional Scale Surface Heat Flux around FK
KoFlux Site: From One Point Tower Measurement to
MM5 Mesoscale Model

Jinkyu Hong(1,2), Hee Choon Lee(2), Joon Kim(1,2), Baekjo Kim(3), Chonho Cho(3), Seongju Lee(4)
(1)Lab for Atmospheric Modeling Research, Yonsei University, Korea
(2)Biometeorology Lab/Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei University, Korea
(3)Forecast Research Lab, METRI, KMA, Korea
(4)Haenam Observatory, KMA, Korea

ABSTRACT
Korean regional network of tower flux sites, KoFlux, has been initiated to better understand CO2, water and energy exchange between ecosystems and the atmosphere, and to contribute to regional, continental, and global observation networks such as FLUXNET and CEOP. Due to heterogeneous surface characteristics, most of KoFlux towers are located in non-ideal sites. In order to quantify carbon and energy exchange and to scale them up from plot scales to a region scale, applications of various methods combining measurement and modeling are needed. In an attempt to infer regional-scale flux, four methods (i.e., tower flux, convective boundary layer (CBL) budget method, MM5 mesoscale model, and NCAR/NCEP reanalysis data) were employed to estimate sensible heat flux representing different surface areas. Our preliminary results showed that (1) sensible heat flux from the tower in Haenam farmland revealed heterogeneous surface characteristics of the site; (2) sensible heat flux from CBL method was sensitive to the estimation of advection; and (3) MM5 mesoscale model produced regional fluxes that were comparable to tower fluxes. In view of the spatial heterogeneity of the site and inherent differences in spatial scale between the methods, however, the spatial representativeness of tower flux need to be quantified based on footprint climatology, geographic information system, and the patch scale analysis of satellite images of the study site.

Keyword: tower flux, regional-scale flux, CBL budget, MM5 mesoscale modeling

MAIN

적요

KoFlux는 생태계와 대기 사이에 교환되는 이산화탄소, 수증기 및 에너지에 대한 우리의 이해를 높이고, FLUXNET과 CEOP등의 지역, 대륙 및 전구 규모의 관측망에 기여하기 위해서 시작되었다. 그거나 한반도의 지형적 특성 때문에 KoFlux의 대부분의 플럭스 타워는 관측에 이상적이지 못한 장소에 위치하고 있다. 탄소 및 에너지 교환의 정량화를 위해서 뿐만 아니라 군락 규모에서 지역 규모로 확장하기 위해서는 관측과 모델링을 병용한 다양한 접근 방법의 적용이 필요하다. 본 연구에서는 지역 규모의 현열 플럭스를 추정하기 위해 타워 플럭스 관측, 대류 경계층(CBL) 수지 방법, MM5 중규모 모형, 그리고 NCAR/NCEP 재분석 자료의 네 가지의 방법을 사용하여 다양한 면적을 대표하는 현열 플럭스를 산출하여 비교하였다. 비록 제한된 짧은 기간의 자료를 사용하였으나, 예비 분석을 통하여 (1) 해남 농경지 플럭스 타워에서 관측된 현열 플럭스가 지표의 불균질성을 보였고, (2) CBL 수지 방법으로 얻어진 지역 규모의 현열 플럭스는 수평 이류 효과의 계산 방법에 따라 다른 결과를 보였으며, (3) MM5 중규모 모형은 타워 플럭스 관측 값과 아주 유사한 현열 값을 수치 모사하였다. 그러나 관측지의 불균질성과 두 방법이 대표하는 면적의 근본적인 차이를 고려할 때, 플럭스 발자국 분석, 지리정보 시스템 및 관측지의 위성 영상 분석에 근거한 타워 플럭스의 공간 대표성을 정량화하는 것이 시급한 것으로 나타났다.

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