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Application Laboratory

Application Laboratory aims for realizing innovation through mutual enlightenment and sustainable collaboration between research and society.

The mission of the Application Laboratory is to consider ways and means of applying various results of climate change prediction, climate modeling, and atmospheric composition studies, simulation technologies, and tropical ocean climate study effectively to contribute to the society.

2016/08/26
FY2017 [Climate Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (CVPARG)] Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist C
2016/06/24
FY2017 [Application Laboratory (APL) Environmental Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (EVPARG)] Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist A
FY2017 [Application Laboratory (APL) Environmental Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (EVPARG)] Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist B
2016/06/23
"Climate Watch" website is launched
2016/06/14
FY2016 [Environmental Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (EVPARG) ] Recruitment of Project Scientist
2016/04/15
Research paper "Anatomy of Indian heatwaves" has been published in Scientific Reports.
2016/02/01
Parallel Worlds Could Exist in Ocean Circulations
-Ensemble experiments analyze interannual variability of the Kuroshio Extension-
2016/01/25
Workshop to Support SIMSEA Japan
2016/01/07
“Dakar Niño/Niña” Phenomenon Identified for First Time off West African Coast
~A new path to seasonal predictability~
2015/12/10
FY2016 [Application Laboratory (APL) Environmental Variability Prediction and Application Research Group (EVPARG)] Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist
2015/12/03
Sea Bird and Ship Drift Data Help Capture Ocean Currents
~A new observation method for ocean current forecast~
2015/11/04
Colmun "Future outlook for Super El Niño - Signs of La Niña in late 2016 -"
2015/08/05
APL Colmun "Aircraft debris drifted to Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean"
2015/07/24
Colmun "Signs of Indian Ocean Dipole Emergence As Predicted - Prospects of the coming season -"