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Local Lockdowns Brought Fast Global Ozone Reductions, NASA Finds
- JAMSTEC scientists authored a paper in Science Advances
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
Discovery of a Colossal “Yokozuna” Slickhead:
An Active-Swimming Top Predator in the Deep Waters of Suruga Bay
Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of Riverine Heat on Declining Arctic Sea Ice and Atmospheric Warming: Increasing Riverine Heat Triggers the Arctic Warming
Major Reduction in Black Carbon Emissions from China Over the Past Decade – A revision of the emission inputs to IPCC climate models is needed
Dr. Yugo Kanaya was honored with the 2019 Horiuchi Award of the Meteorological Society of Japan
Smaller Cumulonimbus Cloud Ensembles in the Tropics Due to Global Warming: Do Clouds Exacerbate Warming?
Understanding Tidal control on Flow through the Seto Inland Sea
—Possible determination of eastward or westward flow—
Is the Reduction of Arctic Ocean Sea Ice Changing the Nitrogen Cycle?
—Potential Impacts on the Marine Ecosystem and Marine Resources—
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 -
Air pollution causes high iron solubility in anthropogenic aerosols during atmospheric transport: Iron fertilization of the open ocean