Updated: October 28, 2013
Geophysical Fluid Simulation Research Group (GFSG)
The Geophysical Fluid Simulation Research Group conducts high-resolution and large-scale simulations of the ocean and atmosphere to understand the oceanic roles in global climate and its variability. [Read More...]
- 6th OFES International Workshop and 3rd ESC–IPRC Joint Workshop on Computationally-Intensive Modeling of the Climate System will be held on December 3–4, 2013.
Recently Published Articles
- Kuwano-Yoshida, A., and T. Enomoto, 2013: Predictability of explosive cyclogenesis over the northwestern Pacific region using ensemble reanalysis. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141 (11), 3769–3785. New!
- Sasaki, H., B. Taguchi, N. Komori, and Y. Masumoto, 2013: Influence of local dynamical air–sea feedback process on the Hawaiian Lee Countercurrent. J. Climate, 26 (18), 7267–7279. New!
- Nishikawa, H., I. Yasuda, K. Komatsu, H. Sasaki, Y. Sasai, T. Setou, and M. Shimizu, 2013: Winter mixed layer depth and spring bloom along the Kuroshio front: implications for feeding environment and recruitment of Japanese sardine. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 487, 217–229.
- Enomoto, T., T. Miyoshi, Q. Moteki, J. Inoue, M. Hattori, A. Kuwano-Yoshida, N. Komori, S. Yamane, 2013: Observing-system research and ensemble data assimilation at JAMSTEC. In Data Assimilation for Atmospheric, Oceanic and Hydrologic Applications (Vol. II), S. K. Park and L. Xu (eds.), chapter 21, pp. 509–526, Springer.
- Bajish, C. C., S. Aoki, B. Taguchi, N. Komori, and S.-J. Kim, 2013: Quasi-decadal circumpolar variability of Antarctic sea ice. SOLA, 9, 32–35.
- Yamazaki, A., and H. Itoh, 2013: Vortex–vortex interactions for the maintenance of blocking. Part II: Numerical experiments. J. Atmos. Sci., 70 (3), 743–766.
- Yamazaki, A., and H. Itoh, 2013: Vortex–vortex interactions for the maintenance of blocking. Part I: The selective absorption mechanism and a case study. J. Atmos. Sci., 70 (3), 725–742.
- Richter, I., S. K. Behera, Y. Masumoto, B. Taguchi, H. Sasaki, and T. Yamagata, 2013: Multiple causes of interannual sea surface temperature variability in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean. Nature Geosci., 6, 43–47.
Earth Simulator Proposed Research Projects
- Understanding roles of oceanic fine structures in climate and its variability (FY2009–)
- Understanding and forecasting high-impact phenomena in the atmosphere and ocean (FY2005–2008)
- Mechanism and predictability of atmospheric and oceanic variations induced by interactions between large-scale field and meso-scale phenomena (FY2003–2004)
International Collaborative Project
Geophysical Fluid Simulation Research Group
Earth Simulator Research Building
Simulation Application Research and Development Program
Earth Simulator Center
Yokohama Institute for Earth Sciences
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
3173-25 Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku
Yokohama 236-0001, Japan
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