NAKAMURA Hisashi

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Name
NAKAMURA Hisashi
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
Graduate School of Science, Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Atmospheric-Oceanic Science Group
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D.
Other affiliation
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and TechnologyThe University of Aizu

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
2001
 - 
2002
Meteorological Society of Japan  Councilor, Selection committee for Yamamot-Shono Best Paper Award for Young Scientists, Selection committee for the Academic Award of the Society
 

Awards & Honors

 
1994
Yamamoto-Shono Best Paper Award for Young Scientists (Meteorological Society of Japan)
 
1998
Best Paper Award, 7-th Annual Meeting of PICES (North Pacific Marine Science Organization)
 
2004
Society's Adademic Award (Meteorological Society of Japan)
 

Misc

 
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences   49(17) 1629-1642   1992
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences   44(22) 3377-3391   1987
Monthly Weather Review   121(7) 1892-1903   1993

Books etc

 
Data analysis of the tropospheric general circulation
An introduction to atmospheric sciences ASAHI-SHINBUN   1996   
Recent Decadal SST Vanability in the Norhwestem Pacific and Associated Atnospheric Anomalies
Beyond El Nino : Decadal and Interdecadal Clmate Variability, A. Navarra Ed, Springer Verlag   1999   
Performance of the AFES: Atmospheric General Circulation Model for Earth Simulator
Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics ミ New Frontiers and Multi-Disciplinary Applications, Elservier   2003   
Interannual seesaw between the Aleutian and Icelandic Lows: Its three-dimensional structure, formation mechanisms, interannual variations and impact on weather
"Arctic Oscillation", Kisho Kenkyu Note (Meteorological Research Note), 210, Meteorological Society of Japan   2004   
Bi-decadal scale modulations observed in the interannual seesaw between the Aleutian and Icelandic Lows
"Arctic Oscillation", Kisho Kenkyu Note (Meteorological Research Note), 210, Meteorological Society of Japan   2004   

Research Grants & Projects

 
An observational study on very strong quasi-stationary circulation anomalies in the atmosphere such as blocking and cutoff lows-relationship with stationary Rossby waves and baroclinic waves
Decadal climate variability over the Pacific -observational data analyses and numerical simulations-, including variability of the Aleutian and Icelandic Lows
An observetional Study on the development of the Okhotsk, Siberian and subtropical highs