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Weather and climate around Japan on the recent observation, modeling and theoretical studies

Update: 07. 05, 2019

Jul. 5, 2019(Jul. 24-25, 2019)

Research Meeting in International Coastal Research Center

Date:July.24.2019 (Wed.) 10:00~17:50
July.25.2019 (Thr.)   9:00~11:30

Venue: International Coastal Research Center
1-19-8 Akahama, Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture 028-1102, JAPAN
Tel: +81-193-42-5611

Organizer: Takenari Kinoshita (JAMSTEC,
Kiyoshi Tanaka (AORI, Tokyo University,

 July 24

10:00 - 10:05   opening

Session 1  (Chair: Yuuki Ishida)

10:05 - 10:23  Shinichi Kodama (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Impact of distantly located Typhoon Songda (2004) on precipitation in Japan

10:23 - 10:41  Masaya Kuramochi (University of Tsukuba)
Quantification of synoptic-scale disturbances defining winter snowfall variability in Japan

10:41 - 10:59  Kenta Irie (Tokyo Gakugei University)
Impact of cutoff-lows on typhoons in the extratropical transition stage

10:59 - 11:17  Yuuki Ishida (Niigata University)
Interannual variability and trend of the tropopause height over northern mid-to-high latitudes

11:17 - 11:35  Yohei Yamada (JAMSTEC)
Tropical cyclone activity in post-El Niño summers in large ensemble simulations

11:35 - 11:53  Hiroshi Morii (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Interannual variability of western north pacific anticyclone in summer

11:53 - 13:00   Lunch time

Session 2 (Chair: Tomoki Iwakiri)

13:00 – 13:18  Kurara Ueda (University of Tsukuba)
Formation and fluctuation factor of Pacific high in the atmosphere-ocean-land connection system
-through the Tibet Plateau altitude modification experiment-

13:18 – 13:36  Kosuke Ikehata (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
The Study of the Record-Breaking Rainfall in Japan in July 2018 based on Ensemble Simulation using the Non-hydrostatic Icosahedral Atmospheric Model

13:36 – 13:54  Junshi Ito (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Numerical simulation of Hijikawa-Arashi

13:54 – 14:14  *Tomoki Iwakiri (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Temperature variation of Japan during the summer based on ENSO cycle

14:14 – 14:32  Yuki Matsuoka (Mie University)
Snowfall in the Pacific side during cold air outbreak

14:32 – 14:50 Yuta Goto (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
The development process of the Polar Low in the sea of Japan in the early February, 2018.

14:50 – 15:20   Break

Session 3 (Chair: Hatsumi Nishikawa)

15:20 – 15:38  Naoki Sugihara (Mie University)
Remote influence between the northern and southern hemispheres by the Somali jet driven by the Antarctic oscillation

15:38 – 15:58  *Hatsumi Nishikawa (ILTS, Hokkaido University)
Formation of SST front in the North Pacific Transition domain

15:58 – 16:16  Kazuo Saito (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Heavy rainfall in central Viet Nam in December 2018 and QPE/QPF

16:16 – 16:34  Keisuke Ohta (Mie University)
Did a Chukchi sea-ice decline cause hemispheric extreme cold winter in 2017/18?

16:34 – 16:52  Takatoshi Sakazaki (Kyoto University)
Discovery of a lunar air temperature tide over the ocean: A diagnostic of air-sea coupling

16:52 – 17:17 **Masahide Kimoto (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
To you living in Extreme Weather Era

17:17 – 17:50  Takenari Kinoshita (JAMSTEC), Koryu Yamamoto (The University of Tokyo), Kaito Kazawa (Niigata University), Toru Sakamoto (Niigata University), Yuuki Nakamura (Mie University), Akane Kato (Mie University)
Introduction of research plan

 July 25 

Session 4 (Chair: Takahiro Ishiyama)

09:00 - 09:18  Daichi Masumoto (University of Tsukuba)
Generation of the Okhotsk high from teleconnection perspective associated with diabatic heating in the meiyu-baiu season

09:18 - 09:38  *Takahiro Ishiyama (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
The relationship between tropical cyclones and Pacific Meridional Mode

09:38 – 09:56  Meiji Honda (Niigata University)
Upper Cold Low: A Bridge Connecting Global and Local Phenomena

09:56 – 10:14  Makoto Kondo (Hokkaido University)
Numerical analysis using SCALE with two cloud microphysics schemes for snowfall in Hokkaido and toward to compare snow particle observation

10:14 – 10:34   Break

10:34 – 10:54  *Shunichi Watanabe (Japan Meteorological Business Support Center)
Introduction of the atmosphere-ocean coupled regional climate model

10:54 – 11:1  Hiroshi Niino (AORI, The University of Tokyo)
Meso-beta-scale vortex that caused shipwrecks due to gusty winds over Tsushima strait on 1 September 2015

11:12 – 11:30  Akira Kuwano-Yoshida (DPRI, Kyoto University)
A simultaneous observation from seafloor to atmosphere around Kuroshio cooperating with "Chikyu"

(*: Invited speaker 20 min, **: Special speaker 25min, other 18 min)