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第156回生存圏シンポジウム
MUレーダー25周年記念国際シンポジウム

開催日時 2010/09/02(木) 13:15–17:30 - 2010/09/03(金) 9:30–18:30
開催場所 京都大学宇治おうばくプラザ ハイブリッドスペース
主催者 京都大学生存圏研究所
申請代表者 津田敏隆 (京都大学生存圏研究所大気圏精測診断分野)
所内担当者 津田敏隆 (京都大学生存圏研究所大気圏精測診断分野) 山本衛 (京都大学生存圏研究所レーダー大気圏科学分野) 橋口浩之 (京都大学生存圏研究所レーダー大気圏科学分野) 古本淳一 (京都大学生存圏研究所大気圏精測診断分野)
関連ミッション ミッション 1 (環境計測・地球再生)
ミッション 3 (宇宙環境・利用)
関連分野 地球物理、気象、気候、超高層、リモートセンシング、情報通信。

http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/mu_25th_sympo/

目的と具体的な内容

MU レーダー(中層・超高層大気レーダー: Middle and Upper atmosphere radar)は、1984(昭和59)年に滋賀県甲賀市信楽町の国有林内に設置されたアジア域最大の大気観測用大型レーダーであり、対流圏から超高層大気に至る大気の運動、大気循環を観測している。完成以来全国共同利用に供され、超高層物理学、気象学・大気物理学、天文学・宇宙物理学、電気・電子工学、宇宙工学など広範な分野にわたって多くの成果を上げてきた。完成から 25 周年を記念して、国際シンポジウムを開催し、研究成果報告と今後の全国国際共同利用研究の推進について議論した。

24 件の口頭発表(うち 17 件が招待講演)と 25 件のポスター発表が行われ、1 件当りの講演時間を長めに取り、十分な議論を行うことができた。また、発表内容を記録に残すため、アブストラクト集を印刷・刊行した。

生存圏科学の発展や関連コミュニティの形成への貢献

本シンポジウムは、生存圏研究所が掲げる 4 つのミッションのうち、主としてミッション 1 「環境計測・地球再生」に、一部ミッション 3 「宇宙環境・利用」に関連するものである。MU レーダーは完成当初から共同利用に供され、国内のみならず世界の多くの研究者に活発に利用され、常に新しい研究成果を生み出してきた。本シンポジウムでは、MU レーダー共同利用のさらなる発展のため、これまでの MU レーダーの足跡を総括し、今後の共同利用の推進について活発な議論が行われた。また、共同利用者以外の参加者も多く、新たな MU レーダー共同利用者の開拓が期待される。

プログラム

September 2, 2010

  (Chair: T.Tsuda)
13:15–13:30Opening address
T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
13:30–13:55The MU radar: How it was born (invited)
S. Kato (Kyoto Univ.)
13:55–14:20Overview of MU radar achievements for 25 years (invited)
M. Yamamoto, H. Hashiguchi, and T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
14:20–14:45Parameterizing Gravity Wave Effects in Climate Models (invited)
M.A. Geller (Stony Brook Univ.)
 
14:45–15:10BREAK
 
  (Chair: M. Yamamoto)
15:10–15:35Gravity Wave Instability Dynamics and Influences on Small-Scale Structure Throughout the Atmosphere (invited)
D. Fritts (NorthWest Research Associates)
15:35–16:00MST Radar Scatter Microstructure Observed with MUR Interferometry (invited)
J.R. Roettger (Max-Planck Institute/EISCAT-CAWSES-Copernicus)
 
16:00–16:30BREAK
 
16:30–17:30CEREMONY
 
18:00–20:30RECEPTION

 

September 3, 2010

  (Chair: M.A. Geller)
9:30–  9:55A Study of Atmospheric Gravity Wave Generation by Tropical Convection (invited)
R.A. Vincent (Univ. of Adelaide)
9:55–10:20Project Overview on Coupling Processes in the Equatorial Atmosphere (CPEA) (invited)
S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
10:20–10:35The utilization of Equatorial Atmospheric Radar in Kototabang, Indonesia (invited)
Bambang S. Tejasukmana (LAPAN)
10:35–10:45Space Weather Research Program in Indonesia (invited)
Sri Kaloka P. (LAPAN)
10:45–11:00Multi-scale aspect of Baiu-frontal disturbances observed by the MU radar
Y. Shibagaki (Osaka Electro-Communication Univ.), M.D. Yamanaka (JAMSTEC), H. Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), and S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
 
11:00–12:00POSTER
 
12:00–13:00LUNCH
 
  (Chair: R.T. Tsunoda)
13:00–13:25Upper Atmosphere Studied by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC Constellation (invited)
C.H. Liu (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
13:25–13:50Coupled Electrodynamics and the Development of Plasma Structure in the Nighttime Midlatitude Ionospher (invited)
R.T. Tsunoda (SRI)
13:50–14:15Similar features of ionospheric plasma irregularities observed from middle and low latitude radars: Are they of same origin? (invited)
A.K. Patra (NARL)
14:15–14:30New aspects of the ionosphere and thermosphere revealed by MU radar
N. Balan (Univ. of Sheffield), Y. Otsuka (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), S. Kawamura (NICT), M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), and S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
14:30–14:45Observations of nighttime medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances and field-aligned irregularities at mid-latitudes
Y. Otsuka, K. Shiokawa (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), T. Ogawa (NICT), T. Yokoyama (NASA), and M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
14:45–15:00Medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances at mid-latitudes
A. Saito (Kyoto Univ.), T. Tsugawa (NICT), M. Nishioka, Y. Otsuka (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), and M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
 
15:00–15:20BREAK
 
  (Chair: A.K. Patra)
15:20–15:45A Review of Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Science Enhancement with Sodium Temperature-Wind Lidar (invited)
Chiao-Yao She (Colorado State Univ.)
15:45–16:05Lidar obervations of atmospheric species and parameters in TMU
C. Nagasawa, M. Abo, and Y. Shibata (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
16:05–16:25Airglow observations by the Optical Mesosphere Thermosphere Imagers at Shigaraki
K. Shiokawa and Y. Otsuka (STEL, Nagoya Univ.)
16:25–16:45Mesosphere summer echoes observed with the MU and Wakkanai VHF radars
T. Ogawa (NICT), Y. Otsuka (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), S. Kawamura, Y. Murayama (NICT), and M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
 
16:45–17:05BREAK
 
  (Chair: D. Fritts)
17:05–17:30Program of the Antarctic Syowa MST/IS Radar (PANSY) (invited)
K. Sato (Univ. of Tokyo), M. Tsutsumi (NIPR), T. Sato (Kyoto Univ.), T. Nakamura (NIPR), A. Saito (Kyoto Univ.), Y. Tomikawa, K. Nishimura, H. Yamagishi, and T. Yamanouchi (NIPR)
17:30–17:50Development of 1.3-GHz wind profiler radars at RISH, Kyoto University (invited)
H. Hashiguchi, T. Tsuda, M. Yamamoto, M.K. Yamamoto, J. Furumoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology), T. Sato (Kyoto Univ.), M.D. Yamanaka (BPPT/JAMSTEC/Kobe Univ.), T. Nakamura (NIPR), K. Hamazu, S. Watanabe (MELCO), and K. Imai (Sumitomo Electric Industries)
17:50–18:10The operation of the 1.3GHz wind profiler network WINDAS and its contribution to weather forecast in the Japan Meteorological Agency (invited)
M. Ishihara (MRI, JMA)
18:10–18:30Innovation of wind profiling and convection dynamics (invited)
M.D. Yamanaka (BPPT/JAMSTEC/Kobe Univ.)

 

POSTER SESSION

  • Precipitation observation by 9.8-GHz and 35-GHz Doppler weather radars during the REQUIPP campaign at Shigaraki, Japan
    M.K. Yamamoto, N. Ikeno, T. Mega, H. Hashiguchi, M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), T. Shimomai (Shimane Univ.), S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology), M. Nakazato, and T. Tajiri (MRI)
  • Vertical air motion and its possible relation to cloud microphysics revealed by 50-MHz clear-air radar and lidar
    M.K. Yamamoto, T. Mega (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), M. Abo, Y. Shibata (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), T. Nakamura (NIPR), M. Yamamoto, H. Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), M.D. Yamanaka (JAMSTEC), and S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
  • Range imaging observation of turbulence by the Equatorial Atmosphere Radar installed at West Sumatra, Indonesia
    T. Mega, M.K. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), H. Luce (LSHEET, Toulon Univ.), M. Yamamoto, H. Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), M.D. Yamanaka (JAMSTEC), and S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
  • Atmospheric observations with Equatorial Atmosphere Radar (EAR)
    H. Hashiguchi, T. Tsuda, M. Yamamoto, M.K. Yamamoto, J. Furumoto, T. Mega (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), and S.Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology)
  • Lower Tropospheric Horizontal Wind over Indonesia: A Comparison of Wind-profiler Network Observations with Global Reanalyses
    Y. Tabata, H. Hashiguchi, M.K. Yamamoto, M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), M.D. Yamanaka, S. Mori (JAMSTEC), Fadli Syamsudin(BPPT), and Timbul Manik (LAPAN)
  • CO2 Monitoring System Development Program
    A. Budiyono, C. Latief, A. Awaludin, and G.A. Nugroho (LAPAN)
  • Large-Amplitude Kelvin-Helmholtz Billows Observed with the MU Radar in the Lower Atmosphere
    S. Fukao (Fukui Univ. of Technology), H. Luce (LSHEET, Toulon Univ.), M.K. Yamamoto, T. Mega, and H. Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • Multiscale Features of Line-Shaped Precipitation Band Generation in Central Japan during Late Baiu Season
    K. Higashi (ISS/RISH, Kyoto Univ.), Y. Kiyohara (Kobe Univ.), Manabu D. Yamanaka (BPPT/JAMSTEC), Y. Shibagaki (Osaka Electro-communication Univ.), M. Kusuda (JMA), and T. Fujii (KyotoSangyo Univ.)
  • Measurements of wind variation in surface boundary layer with 1.3GHz wind profiler
    K. Higashi (ISS/RISH, Kyoto Univ.), J. Furumoto, H. Hashiguchi, and T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • Measurements of detailed temperature profile within the radar range gate using the range imaging technique
    J. Furumoto and T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • A new bistatic weather radar system with reduced contamination by sidelobe echoes
    S. Kawamura, S. Sugitani, H. Hanado, and K. Nakagawa (NICT)
  • Development of the digital receiver for wind profiler radar using GNU Radio
    Y. Wakisaka, H. Hashiguchi, M. Yamamoto, M.K. Yamamoto, T. Mega (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), and K. Imai (Sumitomo Electric Industries)
  • MU meteor head echoes and simultaneous video observations
    J. Kero, C. Szasz, T. Nakamura (NIPR), T. Terasawa, H. Miyamoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Y. Fujiwara, M. Ueda (Nippon Meteor Society), and K. Nishimura (NIPR)
  • The 2009–2010 monthly MU radar head echo observation programme for sporadic and shower meteors
    C. Szasz, J. Kero, T. Nakamura (NIPR), D.D. Meisel (State Univ. of New York), T. Terasawa, H. Miyamoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Y. Fujiwara, M. Ueda (Nippon Meteor Society), and K. Nishimura (NIPR)
  • Long-term Observations of MLT (mesosphere and lower thermosphere) Dynamics with Meteor and MF Radars in Indonesia and India
    T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), N.V. Rao (RISH, Kyoto Univ./NARL), S. Gurubaran (IIG), and A. Effendy (LAPAN)
  • Global distribution of stratospheric gravity wave activity analysed by using GPS radio occultation (GPS-RO) data
    T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), S.P. Alexander (Australian Antarctic Division), Y. Kawatani (JAMSTEC), D. Nath (NARL), and Noersomadi (LAPAN)
  • Inter-university Upper atmosphere Global Observation NETwork (IUGONET)
    H. Hayashi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), Y. Koyama (Kyoto Univ.), T. Hori (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), Y. Tanaka (NIPR), M. Kagitani (Tohoku Univ.), A. Shinbori (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), T. Kouno (STEL, Nagoya Univ.), D. Yoshida, S. UeNo, N. Kaneda (Kyoto Univ.), S. Abe (SERC, Kyushu Univ.), and IUGONET project team
  • A study on data distribution characteristics of the GPS radio occultation measurements
    N. Yoshida and T. Tsuda (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • Diurnal variations of upper-tropospheric and lower-stratospheric winds over Japan as revealed with MU radar (34.85°N, 135.10°E) and five reanalysis data sets
    T. Sakazaki, M. Fujiwara (Hokkaido Univ.), and H. Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • The quasi-biennial oscillation in the double CO2 climate
    Y. Kawatani (JAMSTEC), K.P. Hamilton (IPRC, Univ. of Hawaii), and S. Watanabe (JAMSTEC)
  • Analysis of the Quasi Periodic echoes under Neutral Winds and Coupling with F layer theories
    E. Nossa, D. Hysell (Cornell Univ.), T. Yokoyama (NASA), R. Hedden (Cornell Univ.), M. Larsen (Clemson Univ.), J. Munro (Univ. of Virgin Islands), S. Smith (Boston Univ.), M. Sulzer, and S. Gonzalez (Arecibo Observatory)
  • Ultra-multi-channel imaging observations of ionospheric irregularities by the MU radar
    S. Saito (ENRI) and M. Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
  • Simultaneous observations of Ku-band broadcasting satellite signal levels and MU radar echo intensities
    Y. Maekawa and Y. Shibagaki (Osaka Electro-communication Univ.)
  • Observations of Ku-band satellite signal attenuation at three locations in Osaka, Kyoto, and Shiga compared with MU radar wind velocities at the rain height
    M. Noyama, Y. Shibagaki, and Y. Maekawa (Osaka Electro-communication Univ.)

 

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