E3S Web Conf.
Volume 131, 20192nd International Conference on Biofilms (ChinaBiofilms 2019)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||19 November 2019|
Analysis of Influence Factors of GF-4 Registration Accuracy on Sea Ice Drift in the Bohai Sea
College of Geomatics, Shandong University of Science and Technology, 266590, Qingdao, China;
The “GF-4” satellite is China’s first high resolution geostationary optical remote sensing satellite. It has the unique advantages of short imaging time interval (20s) and high resolution (50m). In order to analyze the effect of GF-4 satellite image registration accuracy on sea ice drift in Bohai Sea, firstly, the orthorectification of the 28 image data available from August 2016 to March 2018 in the Bohai Sea area was carried out. Then we selected the sea-land edge points as control points, and registration of two images which have the same time interval. Next, we recorded the marked same name points which searched from the bottom of Liaodong bay, east of Liaodong bay and west of Liaodong bay respectlly. We statisticed the direction and frequency of land point offset sub-regionally, then we created the rose plots and maked histogram of the offset of land point. The results show that, when the time interval is 4 hours and 24 hours, the dominant migration direction in the three regions in Liaodong bay is east; when the time interval is 1 minute, the dominant migration direction in Liaodong Bay bottom and Liaodong Bay west coast land is south, Followed by east and southeast respectively; the dominant migration in Liaodong Bay East Coast is north, followed by east; When the time interval is 3 hours, the dominant migration direction in west of Liaodong Bay, bottom of Liaodong Bay and east of Liaodong bay are east, west and south respectively, followed by southeast, east, southeast respectively. The land offset in three regions is major centralized distribution in a range which is from 60m to 80m. That is to say, the offset of land is basically equal to 1.2 times of pixels, and the maximum land offset is less than 2 times of pixels. Through statistical analysis, it can be seen that with the increase of time interval, the land offset will not change much. This study also paves the way for the study of the drift of sea ice.
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