In Search for Mechanisms and Predictability of Weather and Climate

Research interests

Our major research interests are the mechanism and the predictability of anomalous weather and climate change. Our interests are pursued combining dynamical theory, diagnostics of reanalysis and forecast datasets and numerical experiments using global and regional models. Recent major research topics include:

  1. dynamics and predictability of anomalous weather and large-scale atmospheric motions,
  2. coupled variability between the stratosphere and the troposphere and between the tropics and the extratropics,
  3. minor atmospheric constituents and their effects on global and regional climate,
  4. development of climate models and data assimilation methods with several hierarchies.

新着情報

Masahiro Shiozaki wins the DPRI annual meeting award

Second-year master student Masahiro Shiozaki won the DPRI annual meeting award at that meeting held durint 21 …

Workshop and summer school in Hanoi

The Second International Workshop on Extreme Weather in Changing Climate in the Maritime Continent and South-E …

Summer School in L’Aquila, Italy

Dr Enomoto participated a summer school on “Advanced Programming Techniques for the Earth System Science” held …

Computational methods of associated Legendre functions

A paper on the computation methods of associated Legendre functions by Dr T. Enomoto has been published in SOL …

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