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Vol. 157, Issue 10, October 2013, pp. 382-386




An Oil Spill Spatial Data Model for Qinzhou Bay Based on the KML
1, 2, 3 Yuan DONG, 1 Zhong XIE, 2 Baoqing HU, 3 Yuanlin HUANG, 3 Shilun ZHANG

1 Faculty of Information Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, 430074, China

2 Key Laboratory of Environment Evolution and Resources Utilization in Beibu Bay, (Guangxi Teachers Education University),

Ministry of Education, 530001, Guangxi, China

3 College of Resources and Environmental, Qinzhou University, 535000, Guangxi, China

Tel.: 13907778312, fax: 0777-2808122

E-mail: dy_20005@qq.com


Received: 18 August 2013   /Accepted: 25 September 2013   /Published: 31 October 2013

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems


Abstract: Qinzhou Bay is an important channel of Chinese southwest goes to sea. The Qinzhou Bay was chosen as the study area in this paper. Using the international advanced model Oilmap, Analysis of oil spill on the initial oil membrane formation factors, exclude some of initial oil film effects are not important factors, Find suitable for oil spill earlier an oil spill force model. Combined with the natural condition of Qinzhou Bay, The transport process of oil membrane in the condition of different wind and current was observed in Qinzhou Bay by means of experiments. This paper analyzes the main factors, such as the shape of oil membrane and migration directions, which leads to the oil spill, and got a suitable model of oil spill to Qinzhou Bay. In order to achieve its visual in the software of geographic information system, the model of oil spill was defined through the KML.


Keywords: Qinzhou bay, Oil spill, Spatial data, Model, KML.


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