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Spatial Correlation Analysis of the Mean Sea Level Data Sets in the Coastal Seas, Korea
Journal of Korean Society of Coastal and Ocean Engineers
The basic information of mean sea level data of all tidal monitoring stations in Korea was reviewed, and the correlation coefficients between the stations were analyzed. Mean sea level changes expected due to global climate change effects were found to show a high correlation of more than 0.75 regardless of the distance between the stations were analyzed. The data between certain stations were found to have negative correlation and low correlation of 0.25 or less, but this was determined by thedoi:10.9765/kscoe.2020.32.1.85 fatcat:dsfwcv6isbfu5ax2cpueg4uh2e