About AOT

AOT is the platform for experiments that develop novel Atmospheric Observation Tech. It aspires to grasp the behavior of water vapor, clouds, and rainfall according to climate change. We might be able to capture the meteorological features.

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  • Fujita et al., 2024: Prediction of Atmospheric Profiles With Machine Learning Using the Signature Method. doi:10.1029/2023GL106403
  • Fujita et al., 2020: Experimental Observations of Precipitable Water Vapor over the Open Ocean Collected by Autonomous Surface Vehicles for Real-Time Monitoring Applications. doi:10.2151/sola.16A-004
  • Fujita and Sato, 2017: Observed behaviours of precipitable water vapour and precipitation intensity in response to upper air profiles estimated from surface air temperature. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-04443-9

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