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2021/09/07
Publication of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (Working Group I) - Scientific Contributions of JAMSTEC Researchers and Their Messages [PartII]
2021/08/13
Publication of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (Working Group I) - Scientific Contributions of JAMSTEC Researchers and Their Messages
2021/06/10
Local Lockdowns Brought Fast Global Ozone Reductions, NASA Finds
- JAMSTEC scientists authored a paper in Science Advances
2021/05/18
World's First Measurements of Pacific Sleeper Shark Swimming Speed and Population Density Giant Deep-Sea Sharks of Suruga Bay are the World's Slowest Swimmers
2021/01/25
Discovery of a Colossal “Yokozuna” Slickhead:
An Active-Swimming Top Predator in the Deep Waters of Suruga Bay
2020/11/07
Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of Riverine Heat on Declining Arctic Sea Ice and Atmospheric Warming: Increasing Riverine Heat Triggers the Arctic Warming
2020/06/05
Major Reduction in Black Carbon Emissions from China Over the Past Decade – A revision of the emission inputs to IPCC climate models is needed
2019/11/12
Dr. Yugo Kanaya was honored with the 2019 Horiuchi Award of the Meteorological Society of Japan
2019/09/13
Smaller Cumulonimbus Cloud Ensembles in the Tropics Due to Global Warming: Do Clouds Exacerbate Warming?
2019/08/29
Understanding Tidal control on Flow through the Seto Inland Sea
—Possible determination of eastward or westward flow—
2019/08/22
Is the Reduction of Arctic Ocean Sea Ice Changing the Nitrogen Cycle?
—Potential Impacts on the Marine Ecosystem and Marine Resources—
2019/07/03
Variability in the number of intense tropical cyclones during extreme El Niño events
- The importance of predicting internal atmospheric variability in seasonal tropical cyclone forecasts -
2019/05/02
Air pollution causes high iron solubility in anthropogenic aerosols during atmospheric transport: Iron fertilization of the open ocean