Earth from Space: Korean Peninsula


The Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission takes us over the Korean Peninsula in East Asia, in this week’s edition of the Earth from Space programme.

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  1. Always remember about Korean Seas :

    West side : (shallow, cold water, complex lane, many islands, mud flats)

    East side : (deep, simple lane, beach and harbor bays, turning temperatures)

    South side : (warm water, 4 hundreds of islands, aquaculture industries)

  2. Due to the earth's rotation and geographical characteristics, Korea is suffering from yellow dust and fine dust due to the westerly wind from China. In addition, due to the topography of the Korean Peninsula in the east and west, it serves as an air filter for the Japanese archipelago. (The west side of the Korean Peninsula is a basin, and the east side is made up of the Taebaek Mountains. ) That's why the air is always clear in Japan. This is the similar reason why Hawaii and California are always clear.

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