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  • Record-Breaking Northward Shift of the Western North Pacific Subtropical High in July 2018

    LIU Boqi , ZHU Congwen , SU Jingzhi , MA Shuangmei , XU Kang

    … <p> The northward shift of the Western North Pacific Subtropical High (WNPSH) in July 2018 broke the historical record since 1958 and resulted in extreme heat waves and casualties across Northeast Asia (NEA). …

    Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 97(4), 913-925, 2019

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  • Reconstruction of Summer Temperature Variations since 1779 in Hiroshima Using Historical Weather Documents  [in Japanese]

    平野 淳平 , 三上 岳彦 , 財城 真寿美

    地理学評論. [Series A] 91(4), 311-327, 2018-07

  • Reconstructing Typhoons Affecting Japan in 1877  [in Japanese]

    GROSSMAN Michael J. , ZAIKI Masumi , MIKAMI Takehiko , MOCK Cary

    … <p> Historical documentary sources provide important data for the reconstruction of typhoons before the collection of systematic instrumental records by official government meteorological agencies. … 2) the Historical Weather Database for Japan; …

    Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi) 127(4), 457-470, 2018

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  • The Relationship Between Exhibitions about Natural Disasters and Construction of Ethnic Identity in Taiwan  [in Japanese]

    呂 怡屏 , Yiping LU , ル イーピン

    … In this period, museums focused on rescuing items of cultural heritage and repairing historical architecture, but did not pay much attention to the relationship between natural disasters and indigenous people. … After the typhoon, public museums both near and far from the stricken area have devoted themselves to rescuing items of cultural heritage, and also to helping victims to weather the hard time after the disaster. …

    総研大文化科学研究 = Sokendai review of cultural and social studies (13), 239-255, 2017-03

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  • Long-term Variation of the Baiu Rainy Season Duration: Comparison of Daily Weather Records in Old Diaries and Observed Meteorological Data  [in Japanese]

    SHO Kenjiro , KAMATANI Kaoru , TOMINAGA Akihiro

    … <p> This study analyzed the relation between weather descriptions in diaries and meteorological observed data to assess historical daily weather records as a tool to reconstruct hydrological and climatological environments in historical times. … We collected and compiled weather records from eight diaries written in Kyoto and its surrounding areas in the late 19th to early 20th centuries. …

    JOURNAL OF JAPAN SOCIETY OF HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES 30(5), 294-306, 2017

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  • Records of sunspot and aurora during CE 960–1279 in the Chinese chronicle of the Sòng dynasty

    Hayakawa Hisashi , Tamazawa Harufumi , Kawamura Akito Davis , Isobe Hiroaki

    … Records of sunspot and aurora observations in pre-telescopic historical documents can provide useful information about solar activity in the past. … This is also true for extreme space weather events, as they may have been recorded as large sunspots observed by the naked eye or as low-latitude auroras. … This chronicle contains a record of continuous observations with well-formatted reports conducted as a policy of the government. …

    Earth, Planets and Space (67), 2015-05-29

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  • The Dawn of Ancient Japanese Wooden Tablets  [in Japanese]

    市 大樹

    … It is considered that at that time, wooden tablets for record purposes were adopted ahead of others. … Nevertheless, there is an important finding that various kinds of wooden tablets were used in their early stages, such as document, record, shipping label, tag, writing practice, and other wooden tablets. … In addition, wooden tablets were also frequently used for record and writing practice purposes. …

    国立歴史民俗博物館研究報告 = Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History 194, 65-100, 2015-03

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  • Reconstruction of midsummer season temperature variations since the 1830s in Kawanishi Town based on historical weather documents

    Hirano Junpei , Ohba Tatsuya , Morishima Wataru , Zaiki Masumi , Mikami Takehiko

    … In this study, we attempted to reconstruct variations of midsummer season temperatures based on historical weather records since the 1830s at Kawanishi Town in northern Japan. … To estimate temperature variations with high accuracy, we attempted to find out optimal period for getting a maximum correlation between occurrence number of "fine" weather days and temperature. …

    Proceedings of the General Meeting of the Association of Japanese Geographers 2014s(0), 100140, 2014

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  • Climate Variations in Tokyo since the Edo Period  [in Japanese]

    財城 真寿美 , 三上 岳彦

    地学雑誌 122(6), 1010-1019, 2013

  • Climate Variations in Tokyo since the Edo Period  [in Japanese]

    ZAIKI Masumi , MIKAMI Takehiko

     Climate variations in Tokyo based on reconstructed summer temperatures since the 18th century and instrumental meteorological data from the 19th century to the present are discussed. During the …

    Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi) 122(6), 1010-1019, 2013

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  • Documenting 19th Century Typhoon Landfalls in Japan

    Grossman Michael J. , Zaiki Masumi

    … In our research, we use data from historical documents to reconstruct a list of typhoons affecting Japan in the 19th century and to describe and map these typhoons. … We use data from: 1) Japanese historical documents including official and private diaries that have been entered into a Historical Weather Database; … 3) weather observations and compilations from outside Japan; …

    アジア太平洋研究 (38), 95-118, 2013

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  • Historical and Recent Occurrences of Kittlitz's Murrelets in Southeastern Russia and Japan  [in Japanese]

    Carter Harry R. , Nelson S. Kim , Oka Nariko

    Historical and recent records of occurrence of Kittlitz's Murrelet <i>Brachyramphus brevirostris</i> … Near the south end of the Kamchatka Peninsula, only one confirmed record is known at Vestnik Bay (1972). … no other historical records were found prior to 1975. … two confirmed, three unverified but credible) off northeastern Hokkaido were collated, with one record 65 km offshore (Tokachi/Kushiro Bay—March 1999). …

    Journal of the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology 43(1), 1-21, 2011

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  • 2008 Forest Fires in the Northern California, USA  [in Japanese]

    HAYASAKA Hiroshi

    … This widespread outbreak of over 800 fires was caused by dry lightning storms that followed one of the driest springs on record. … Remotely sensed data from NASA (TERRA, GOES, and MODIS) and weather data from NOAA (vertical air temperature profiles) are used to describe and explain the large fire outbreak. … Results of field research were also discussed to explain the reasons for the long lasted active forest fires after the "historical" lightning ignition. …

    Bulletin of Japan Association for Fire Science and Engineering 60(1), 1-9, 2010-04-30

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  • Meteorological observations at Syowa Station in 2006 by the 47th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition  [in Japanese]

    成田 修 , 毛利 光志 , 中島 浩一 , 滝沢 厚詩 , 押木 徳明 , Osamu Narita , Kouji Mouri , Kouichi Nakashima , Atsushi Takizawa , Noriaki Oshiki

    … The observation methods, instruments and statistical methods used by JARE-47 were almost the same as those used by the JARE-46 observation team.Remarkable weather phenomena observed during the period of JARE-47 are as follows.1)The monthly mean temperature in July in 2006 at Syowa Station was -24.1°C, which was the lowest record for Syowa Station.2)The temperature of the lower part of the stratosphere over Syowa Station was lower than normal from winter to early spring in 2006. …

    南極資料 = Antarctic Record 54(1), 32-107, 2010-03-30

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  • Meteorological observations at Syowa Station in 2006 by the 47th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition  [in Japanese]

    Narita Osamu , Mouri Kouji , Nakashima Kouichi , Takizawa Atsushi , Oshiki Noriaki

    … The observation methods, instruments and statistical methods used by JARE-47 were almost the same as those used by the JARE-46 observation team.Remarkable weather phenomena observed during the period of JARE-47 are as follows.1)The monthly mean temperature in July in 2006 at Syowa Station was -24.1°C, which was the lowest record for Syowa Station.2)The temperature of the lower part of the stratosphere over Syowa Station was lower than normal from winter to early spring in 2006. …

    Antarctic record 54(1), 32-107, 2010-03

  • Meteorological observations at Syowa Station in 2005 by the 46th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition  [in Japanese]

    佐藤 健 , 西巻 英明 , 岩城 貴信 , 山本 浩嗣 , 伊藤 大輔 , Tatsuru Sato , Hideaki Nishimaki , Takanobu Iwaki , Hirotsugu Yamamoto , Daisuke Ito

    … Remarkable weather phenomena observed during the period of JARE-46 are as follows.1) Annual mean relative humidity and cloud amount in 2005 at Syowa Station were 73 and 7.5, both records for Syowa Station. … Monthly mean amount of total ozone in September was 173m atm-cm, which was the 4th lowest value in the historical record. …

    南極資料 = Antarctic Record 53(2), 136-219, 2009-07-30

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  • Meteorological observations at Syowa Station in 2005 by the 46th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition  [in Japanese]

    Sato Tatsuru , Nishimaki Hideaki , Iwaki Takanobu , Yamamoto Hirotsugu , Ito Daisuke

    … Remarkable weather phenomena observed during the period of JARE-46 are as follows.1) Annual mean relative humidity and cloud amount in 2005 at Syowa Station were 73 and 7.5, both records for Syowa Station. … Monthly mean amount of total ozone in September was 173m atm-cm, which was the 4th lowest value in the historical record. …

    Antarctic record 53(2), 136-219, 2009-07

  • 2008 Forest Fires in the Northern California, USA

    HAYASAKA Hiroshi

    … This widespread outbreak of over 800 fires was caused by dry lightning storms that followed one of the driest springs on record. … Remotely sensed data from NASA (TERRA, GOES, and MODIS) and weather data from NOAA (vertical air temperature profiles) are used to describe and explain the large fire outbreak. … Results of field research were also discussed to explain the reasons for the long lasted active forest fires after the "historical" lightning ignition. …

    Bulletin of Japan Association for Fire Science and Engineering 60(1), 1-9, 2009

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  • 2008 Forest Fires in the Northern California, USA

    HAYASAKA Hiroshi

    … This widespread outbreak of over 800 fires was caused by dry lightning storms that followed one of the driest springs on record. … Remotely sensed data from NASA (TERRA, GOES, and MODIS) and weather data from NOAA (vertical air temperature profiles) are used to describe and explain the large fire outbreak. … Results of field research were also discussed to explain the reasons for the long lasted active forest fires after the "historical" lightning ignition. …

    Bulletin of Japan Association for Fire Science and Engineering 60(1), 1-9, 2009

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  • Meteorological observations at Syowa Station and at Dome Fuji Station in 2003 by the 44th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition  [in Japanese]

    江崎 雄治 , 杉田 興正 , 鳥井 克彦 , 高橋 武 , 安達 正樹 , Yuji Esaki , Okimasa Sugita , Katsuhiko Torii , Takeshi Takahashi , Masaki Adachi

    … Remarkable weather phenomena observed during the period of JARE-44 are as follows.1) Annual mean surface temperature in 2003 at Syowa Station was-9.0℃, which was the second highest value in the historical record of Syowa Station. …

    南極資料 = Antarctic Record 51(2), 129-208, 2007-07

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