Severe Storm and Atmospheric Environment

This section focuses on the dynamics and mechanisms of extreme weather such as heavy rainfall and strong wind due to typhoons, extratropical cyclones, convective storms, tornadoes and boundary-layer turbulence. The research extends to the extreme weather in future global-warming climates and turbulence and dispersion problems in the environmental atmosphere. Observational, analytical and numerical studies are jointly conducted.

Radar precipitation from a computer simulationof Typhoon Haiyan (2013)
which caused heavy disaster in Philippines

Faculty Members

  • Professor Hirohiko ISHIKAWA

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  • Associate Professor Tetsuya TAKEMI

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  • Assistant Professor Mitsuaki HORIGUCHI

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