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Bhaskar Rao, D.V., D. Hari Prasad and D. Srinivas, 2009: Real time prediction of SIDR cyclone over Bay of Bengal using high resolution mesoscale models. Book on Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change. Charabi, Yassine (Ed.), 285 p. 164 illus., Springer, ISBN: 978-90-481-3108-2.

  • Bhaskar Rao, D.V., and S.B.Ratna, 2010: Mesoscale characteristics and prediction of an unusual extreme heavy precipitation event over India using a high resolution mesoscale model. Atmospheric Research, 95, 255-269. (doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.10.004).

  • HariPrasad, D. and D.V. Bhaskar Rao. 2010: Numerical Modelling of Bay of Bengal Cyclone: Sensitive to Horizontal Resolution and Nested Domains. Scientific and Legal Challenges of Global Warming, Ed. S.K.Ker et al.

  • Bhaskar Rao, D.V., D. Hari Prasad, D. Srinivas and Y. Anjaneyulu , 2010: Role of vertical resolution in numerical models towards the intensification, structure and track of tropical cyclones. Vol. 33, No. 4, Marine Geodesy, Special Issue on Tropical Cyclones.

  • Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, Srinivas , C.V., Bhaskar Rao Dodla V., Hari Prasad Dasari, John Young, Chuck Patrick, Julius M. Baham, Robert Hughes, Mark G.Hardy and Shelton J. Swanier, 2010: Simulation of surface ozone pollution in the central Gulf coast region using WRF/Chem model : Sensitivity to PBL and land surface physics. Advances in Meteorology, Volume 2010 (2010), Article ID 319138, 24 pages, doi:10.1155/2010/319138.

  • Vijay, Tallapragada and D.V. Bhaskar Rao, 2010: Tropical cyclone prediction over Bay of Bengal: A Comparison of the performance of NCEP operational HWRF, NCAR ARW and MM5 models. Communicated to Natural Hazards (under review).

  • Srinivas, C.V., D.V.Bhaskar Rao, D. Hari Prasad and Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, 2010: Numerical modeling of Indian summer monsoon rainfall associated with onset phase. Communicated to AOGS Special issue.

  • Hari Prasad, D., D.V.Bhaskar Rao, Srinivas, C.V. and Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, 2010: Simulation of Indian monsoon extreme rainfall events during the decadal period of 2000-2009 using a high resolution mesoscale model. Communicated to AOGS Special issue.

  • Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, Venkata Bhaskar Rao Dodla, Venkata Srinivas Challa, LaToya Myles, William R. Pendergrass, Christoph A. Vogel, Hari Prasad Dasari, Francis Tuluri, Julius M. Baham, Robert Hughes, Chuck Patrick, John Young, Shelton J. Swanier and Mark G. Hardy, 2010: An Integrated WRF/HYSPLIT Modeling Approach for the Assessment of PM2.5 Source Regions over Mississippi Gulf Coast Region. Communicated to Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health (under review).

  • Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, Venkata Bhaskar Rao Dodla, Srinivas Desamsetti, Srinivas V. Challa, John H. Young, Chuck Patrick, Julius M. Baham, Robert L. Hughes, Sudha Y., Francis Tuluri, Mark G. Hardy and Shelton J. Swanier, 2010: Air Quality Modeling for Urban Jackson, Ms Region using High Resolution Wrf/Chem Model. Communicated to International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

  • Venkata Bhaskar Rao Dodla, Srinivas Desamsetti, and Anjaneyulu Yerramilli, 2010: An Evaluation of the Performance of Three Versions of WRF Model (HWRF, ARW and NMM) In the Simulation of Hurricane Katrina (2005). Communicated to International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.


    International Conferences:

    1. Tropospheric wave disturbances over India during the summer monsoon. Proceedings of the International Tropical Meteorology Meeting. American Meteorological Society, U.S.A., 1974, p129-132.

    2. Numerical weather prediction experiments over Indian region using barotropic models. Proceedings of 6th conference on Numerical Weather Prediction. American Meteorological Society, U.S.A., June 1983, p53-56

    3. Numerical simulation of the tropical cyclone with Arakawa-Schubert cumulus parameterization scheme and inclusion of downdrafts. Proceedings of 8th conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, American Meteorological Society, U.S.A., 1988, p844-847.

    4. Climatic trends and periodicities of annual rainfall over India. Proceedings of the International Symposium on “Climate of monsoon Asia”, Kyoto, 3-7 December 1996, p159-162.

    5. Numerical Simulation of Tropical Cyclones with different Convection schemes. Paper presented at INTROMET-97, New Delhi, 2-5 Dec., 1997.

    6. The impact of Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures over the Indian summer monsoon. Paper presented in Summer Colloquium on the Physics of weather and climate – The physics of climate change: A regional perspective held at ICTP, Trieste, ITALY, 7 –25 June, 1999.

    7. Simulation of Indian Southwest Monsoon Regional Climate using a Regional Climate Model. Vayumandal, 31, p 14-23. Special issue: Proceedings of ICOM-2001: International Conference on “Forecasting Monsoons from Days to Years” , during 20-22 March, 2001.

    8. Simulation of off-shore vortex during ARMEX-2002 using mesoscale model. International conference on SIVOM, 6-10, Munnar, India, Oct., 2003

    9. Variability of the cyclonic systems over Bay of Bengal and the related environmental factors. INTROMET-2004, Hyderabad. Feb.2004.

    10. Cyclonic systems over Bay of Bengal and the related environmental factors. INDOCLIM, Pune. Feb.2004.

    11. Numerical simulation of Orissa Super cyclone, 25-30 October 1999, with and without nudging of satellite winds, International Symposium on “Tropical Cyclone- Observationas, Understanding and Prediction”, Bhubaneswar, Jan. 2005.

    12. Some sensitivity experiments with parameterisation of physical processes on the simulation a Bay of Bengal tropical cyclone using NCAR MM5, WRF workshop, NCAR, Boulder, USA, June., 2005.

    13. Numerical prediction of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal, with a detailed case study of the Orissa Super Cyclone. Presented at ERCA-2006 workshop at Grenoble, FRANCE. January 2006.

    14. Numerical prediction of the heaviest rainfall event (over Mumbai) during the southwest monsoon season of 2005. Presented at IMPA-2006 at IITD, February 2006.

    15. Numerical prediction of the heavy rainfall event of 26 July 2005 over Mumbai (west coast of India): A case study using NCAR MM5. Presented at ICTP, Italy, March 2006.

    16. Numerical simulation of Bay of Bengal cyclones using high resolution mesoscale model. Presented at an international training programme KAGI21 summer school at Bandung, Indonesia. July 2006

    17. Numerical Simulation of the intensification and movement of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal: A case study. Presented at IUGG, Perugia, Italy, July 2007.

    18. Numerical prediction of the onset phase of the Indian southwest monsoon. Presented at International conference on Celebrating monsoon at IISc, Bangalore, July 2007.

    19. Numerical prediction of the heavy rainfall events during onset phase of the Indian southwest monsoon. Presented at an international training programme KAGI21 summer school at Bandung, Indonesia. July 2007.

    20. Numerical simulation of a Bay of Bengal tropical cyclone: A comparison of the results from experiments with JRA-25 and NCEP reanalysis fields. Presented at Third WCRP International Conference on Reanalysis, Tokyo, Japan, 28 January- 1 February 2008.

    21. High resolution quantitative precipitation forecasting: sensitivity to cloud microphysical processes. Presented at International Workshop On Weather Modification Technologies & Symposium on Natural Disaster Management, Hyderabad, India, 27-29 June 2008.

    22. Numerical prediction of Bay of Bengal super cyclone using high resolution WRF model. Presented at International Workshop On Weather Modification Technologies & Symposium on Natural Disaster Management, Hyderabad, India, 27-29 June 2008.

    23. Evaluation of WRF and QLM for cyclone tracking. Presented at International Workshop On Weather Modification Technologies & Symposium on Natural Disaster Management, Hyderabad, India, 27-29 June 2008.

    24. Impact of ARMEX-I Observations in the mesoscale simulation of heavy rainfall events over the west coast of India. Presented at International Workshop On Weather Modification Technologies & Symposium on Natural Disaster Management, Hyderabad, India, 27-29 June 2008.

    25. Ensemble Prediction of “SIDR” Cyclone over Bay of Bengal Using a High Resolution Mesoscale Model. Second International Workshop on Prevention and Mitigation of Meteorological Disasters in Southeast Asia held at Bandung, Indonesia during 2-5 March 2009.

    26. Medium range regional scale predictability of the Indian summer monsoon during its onset phase. 5th KAGI21 INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL - Kyoto University Active Geosphere Investigations for the 21st Century COE Program held at Kyoto University, Japan during 22nd August to 4th September, 2009.

    27. Observation analysis and numerical modeling of the Sea Breeze circulation and boundary layer characteristics over Mississippi Gulf Coast region. Symposium on Advances in Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling, Climate Change and Geospatial/Visualization Technologies, Jackson State University, USA, July 30 – 31, 2009.

    28. Numerical modeling of the boundary layer structure and Sea Breeze circulation over Gulf coast region during intense observational period 16-20 June 2009. Symposium on Advances in Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling, Climate Change and Geospatial/Visualization Technologies, Jackson State University, USA, July 30 – 31, 2009.

    29. Simulation of Atmospheric Dispersion characteristics of Mercury using HYSPLIT model over the Mississippi Gulf Coast region. Symposium on Advances in Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling, Climate Change and Geospatial/Visualization Technologies, Jackson State University, USA, July 30 – 31, 2009.

    30. Simulation of atmospheric dispersion characteristics of PM2.5 -(SO2) over the Mississippi Gulf Coast region during CONTRASTING summer and winter seasons. Sixth International Symposium On Recent Advances in Environmental Health Research, Jackson , USA, September 13−16, 2009.

    31. Strategies and Implications for source- receptor identification of atmospheric pollutants using integrated atmospheric and air quality models. International Workshop on “Clean Technologies for the Sustainable Development”. JNTU, Hyderabad, India during December 9-10, 2009.

    32. Source-receptor modeling using high resolution wrf meteorological fields and the hysplit model to assess mercury pollution over the mississippi gulf coast region. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010.

    33. Evaluation of PM2.5 source regions over the mississippi gulf coast using wrf/hysplit modelng approach. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010.

    34. Observation, analysis and modeling of the sea breeze circulation during the NOAA/ARL-JSU Meteorological Field Experiment, Summer 2009. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010.

    35. Analysis and predition of the atmospheric boundary layer characteristics during the NOAA/ARL-JSU Meteorological Field Experiment, Summer 2009. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010.

    36. Numerical prediction of atmospheric mixed layer variations over the gulf coast region during noaa/arl jsu meteorological field experiment summer 2009 - sensitivity to vertical resolution and parameterization of surface and boundary layer processes. Annual American Met. Soc. Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16-19 January, 2010.

    37. A new strategy for improvement in the prediction of tropical cyclone intensity and movement using fdda and vortex initialization. The Third International Workshop on Prevention and Mitigation of Meteorological Disasters in Southeast Asia. Beppu, Japan. March 1-4, 2010.


    National Conferences:

    1. North break and south break monsoon. Proceedings of the Symposium of Aridity and Drought in Andhra Pradesh, held at Andhra University. August 1970.

    2. Numerical modelling approach to tropical cyclone studies. Proceedings of Symposium on Cyclones in Andhra Pradesh and Disaster Management. Government of Andhra Pradesh. 1990.

    3. Numerical simulation of tropical cyclone with 16-level axi-symmetirc model – Paper presented in the National Symposium on “Meteorology and Natural Disasters” – TROPMET 1996, Indian Met. Society, February 14-17, 1996.

    4. Tropical cyclone simulation using Emanuel convection scheme: some preliminary results - Paper presented in the National Symposium on “Meteorology and Natural Disasters” – TROPMET 1996, Indian Met. Society, February 14-17, 1996.

    5. A numerical study of tropical cyclone with enhanced radial resolution - Paper presented in the National Symposium on “Meteorology and Natural Disasters” – TROPMET 1996, Indian Met. Society, February 14-17, 1996.

    6. Tropical Cyclone Simulation with three different convection schemes. Presented at the National Conference on “Resources Appraisal and Management for Sustainable Development”, Kumbakonam, 1-3 February 1997.

    7. Numerical Simulation of Tropical Cyclones with different Convection schemes. Paper presented at INTROMET-97, New Delhi, 2-5 Dec., 1997.

    8. Anomaly circulation patterns for active and weak southwest monsoon seasons of northeast India. Meteorology beyond 2000, Proc. of TROPMET-99, Indian Met. Soc., p119-123, 1999.

    9. Effect of horizontal resolution on simulation of Asian Summer Monsoon using MRI GCM – II. Meteorology beyond 2000, Proc. of TROPMET-99, Indian Met. Society, p274-277, 1999.

    10. The variability of monsoon rainfall in relation to Indian ocean sea surface temperature. Meteorology beyond 2000, Proc. of TROPMET-99, Indian Met. Society, p334-338, 1999.

    11. Trends in Ocean Sciences – 21st Century – Invited paper presented in National Workshop on “Trends in Ocean Sciences”. National Institute of Oceanography, Visakhapatnam, 25-26 September 2000.

    12. Upper air inversions. IPC-2000 Proceedings, Varanasi, India.

    13. Observational and numerical modeling aspects of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal. Invited paper at Tropmet-2001, National symposium, Mumbai, 6-8, Feb.,2001

    14. Tropical cyclones simulation over Bay: Some observational and Modelling aspects. Invited paper, Proceedings of the Department of Atomic Energy symposium on “Cyclone Emergency Preparedness” , held at IGCAR, Kalpakkam, pp 89-99, 29 –31 January, 2002.

    15. Tropical cyclone simulation and prediction. Lead talk delivered at TROPMET–2002, Symposium on Forecasting and mitigation of meteorological disasters: tropical cyclones, floods and droughts, Bhubaneswar, 11-14, Feb., 2002.

    16. Tropical cyclones simulation over Bay of Bengal with Betts- Miller convection parameterization scheme. Paper presented at TROPMET–2002, Symposium on Forecasting and mitigation of meteorological disasters: tropical cyclones, floods and droughts, Bhubaneswar, 11-14, Feb., 2002.

    17. Numerical prediction of a passing western disturbance over north India using a mesoscale model. Invited paper presented at the Workshop on Mesoscale Models, New Delhi, 29-30, July, 2002.

    18. The impact of ARMEX-I on the simulation of west coast off-shore trough and heavy precipitation events. National symposium on the results of ARMEX, NIOT, Chennai, Dec., 2003.

    19. Numerical simulation of the mesoscale vortices associated with heavy precipitation over the west coast of India during the southwest monsoon season, National symposium on “Atmospheric Sciences, Climate change and Environmental studies” at IITM, Pune. Jan. 2005

    20. Simulation of Bay of Bengal cyclones using NCAR MM5, Brain Storming Session on Modelling Tropical Cyclones with emphasis on Super Cyclone 1999, IMD, New Delhi. March. 2005.

    21. Mumbai heavy rainfall on 26th July, 2005: A case study of the prediction. Presented at National conference on “Tsunami and Other Natural Coastal Hazards” at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India. November 2005.

    22. Numerical simulation of tropical cyclones with special reference to Bay of Bengal, Presented at IGCAR, Kalpakkam, September, 2005.

    23. Numerical prediction of the development and intensification of the tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal. Presented at National conference on “Tsunami and Other Natural Coastal Hazards” at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India. November 2005.

    24. Numerical prediction of the heavy rainfall event of 26 July 2005 over Mumbai: A case study using NCAR MM5. Presented at CMMACS, Bangalore, March 2006.

    25. A key note lecture on Introduction to mesoscale modelling. Presented at CMMACS, Bangalore, March 2006

    26. Numerical prediction of the Heavy Rainfall Events during Armex-Phase I of the summer monsoon, 2002, Presented at NIO, Goa, April, 2006

    27. A keynote lecture on Monsoon Rainfall Variability over India - Atmospheric Teleconnections. Presented at NFEEG, Andhra University, May, 2006.

    28. Tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal. Presented at Workshop on Cyclones, Earthquake, Tsunami and Disaster Management at Eluru,31 July-1 August 2006

    29. Impact of horizontal resolution on tropical cyclone simulation using high resolution mesoscale model. Presented at a international workshop on workshop on Natural Hazards at Berhampur, September 2006.

    30. Intensification and movement of tropical cyclones - Sensitivity to the horizontal resolution in numerical models. Presented at a national symposium TROPMET-2006 at IITM, Pune, November 2006.

    31. On the Feasible Improvements in the Prediction of Monsoon Heavy Rainfall events with Four Dimensional Data Assimilation. Presented at a national symposium TROPMET-2006 at IITM, Pune, November 2006

    32. Mesoscale modelling of tropical cyclones and monsoon processes. Presented at a National Workshop on Mesoscale Modelling Processes at Andhra University, January 2007.

    33. Simulation of Indian summer monsoon during July of the contrasting weak and good monsoon years of 2002 and 2003 using a regional climate model. Presented at the National Conference on “TROPMET-2007” held at Indian Meteorological Department/Barkatullah University, Bhopal during 17-19 December, 2007.

    34. Numerical prediction of the intensification and movement of the Orissa super cyclone (1999) using WRF model: Sensitivity to different physical processes, Presented at National conference on “Advances in Meteorology and their Applications” – TROPMET-2007, Bhopal, India, 17-19, December 2007

    35. Simulation of a heavy rainfall event over the West Coast of India using ARMEX reanalysis data with MM5 model, Presented at National conference on “Advances in Meteorology and their Applications” – TROPMET-2007, Bhopal, India, 17-19, December 2007.

    36. A comparison of the performance of different cumulus parameterization schemes in the prediction of a monsoon heavy rainfall event. Presented at the “95th Indian Science Congress” held at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam during 3-7 January, 2008.

    37. Numerical modelling of Orissa Super Cyclone using high-resolution mesoscale model- sensitivity to explicit moisture processes, Presented at National conference on “Knowledge based Society using Environmentally Sustainable Science and Technology” Presented at the “95th Indian Science Congress” held at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam India, 3-7, January 2008.

    38. Some evidences of global warming and climate change over India, Presented at Ist AP SCIENCE CONGRESS 2008, “Emerging trends in Science and Technology” –Hyderabad, India, 14-16, November 2008.

    39. Strategies and Implications for source- receptor identification of atmospheric pollutants using integrated atmospheric and air quality models. International Workshop on “Clean Technologies for the Sustainable Development”, JNTU, Hyderabad, India, December 9-10, 2009.

    40. An Evaluation of the Performance of Three Versions of WRF Model (HWRF, ARW and NMM) In the Simulation of Hurricane Katrina (2005). Presented at the 7th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Environmental Health Research, Jackson, Ms, USA, 12-16 September, 2010.

    41. Air Quality Modeling for Urban Jackson, MS region using Ultra High Resolution WRF/Chem Model. Presented at the 7th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Environmental Health Research, Jackson, Ms, USA, 12-16 September, 2010.


    Other Publications:

          1. D.V. Bhaskar Rao, 2008: Global warming and Climate change-I. Bulletin of the Centre for Policy

    Studies, Vol.13, No. 1, p 7-8.

          1. D.V. Bhaskar Rao, 2008: Global warming and Climate change-II. Bulletin of the Centre for Policy

    Studies, Vol.13, No. 2, p 9-10.

          1. D.V. Bhaskar Rao, 2008: Numerical weather prediction. Lecture notes-SERC training program on

    atmospheric and space sciences, September 2008.
    Curriculum Vitae of Collaborator
    Dr Tetsuya Takemi

    Associate Professor

    Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Disasters Research Division

    Disaster Prevention Research Institute

    Kyoto University

    Gokasho, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011, Japan

    E-mail: takemi@storm.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp

    Phone: +81-774-38-4160; Fax: +81-774-38-4158


    Personal Data

    Sex: Male

    Nationality: Japan

    Date of Birth: 22 August 1970

    Place of Birth: Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan
    Education

    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto, Japan

    Doctor of Science, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, March 1999

    Master of Science, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, March 1996

    Kyoto University, Faculty of Science

    Bachelor of Science, Department of Geophysics, March 1994


    Professional Experience

    March 2007 - Present

    Associate Professor, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University

    May 2004 - February 2007

    Lecturer, Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology

    May 2001 - April 2002

    Visiting Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO

    April 1999 - April 2004

    Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

    April 1996 - March 1999

    Japan Society for Promotion of Science Research Fellow
    Memberships

    1994 - Present: Meteorological Society of Japan

    1999 - Present: American Meteorological Society

    2004 - Present: Japan Association for Wind Engineering

    2004 - Present: American Geophysical Union

    2006 - Present: Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics

    2010 - Present: Japan Geoscience Union

    2011 - Present: Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment



    Service

    2008 - Present: Editor (Co-Chief Editor, 2010 - ), Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan

    2008 - Present: Editor, Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere

    2010 - Present: Trustee, Meteorological Society of Japan

    2011 - Present: Secretary (Kinki local chapter), Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment

    2011 - Present: Program committee member, Japan Geosciences Union

    2011 - Present: Member of conference organizing committee, Meteorological Society of Japan

    2012 - Present: Member of meteorological disaster committee, Meteorological Society of Japan

    2006, 2008, 2010, 2012: Member of scientific review committe, National Symposium on Wind Engineering

    2004 - 2008: Editor, Journal of Wind Engineering, JAWE


    Article reviews for:

    Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan

    Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere

    Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences

    Monthly Weather Review

    Weather and Forecasting

    Journal of Geophysical Research

    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society

    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

    Atmospheric Research



    Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics
    Refereed Publications

    1. Mitsuta, Y., T. Hayashi, T. Takemi. Y. Hu, J. Wang, and M. Chen, 1995: Two severe local storms as observed in the arid area of northwest China. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 73, pp. 1269-1284.

    2. Takemi, T., 1999: Evaporation of rain falling below a cloud base through a deep atmospheric boundary layer over an arid region. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 77, pp. 387-397.

    3. Takemi, T., 1999: Structure and Evolution of a Severe Squall Line over the Arid Region in Northwest China. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 127, pp. 1301-1309.

    4. Takemi, T., and T. Satomura, 2000: Numerical experiments on the mechanisms for the development and maintenance of long-lived squall lines in dry environments. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 57, pp. 1718-1740.

    5. Takemi, T., 2000: Diurnal variability of the fair weather boundary layer over the western equatorial Pacific. Umi To Sora, Vol. 76, pp. 15-20.

    6. Takahashi, S., M. Nabekura, O. Tsukamoto, T. Iwata, T. Takemi, and H. Ishida, 2000: Sea surface heat flux evaluation by on-board technique over tropical western Pacific. Umi To Sora, Vol. 76, pp. 21-26.

    7. Takemi, T., and R. Rotunno, 2003: The effects of subgrid model mixing and numerical filtering in simulations of mesoscale cloud systems. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 131, pp. 2085-2101.

    8. Takemi, T., O. Hirayama, C. Liu, 2004: Factors responsible for the vertical development of tropical oceanic cumulus convection, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31, L11109, doi:10.1029/2004GL020225.

    9. Takemi, T., and R. Rotunno, 2005: CORRIGENDUM. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 133, pp. 339-341.

    10. Takemi, T., and N. Seino, 2005: Duststorms and cyclone tracks over the arid regions in east Asia in spring. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 110, D18S11, doi:10.1029/2004JD004698.

    11. Takemi, T., 2005: Explicit simulations of convective-scale transport of mineral dust in severe convective weather. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 83A, pp. 187-203.

    12. Takemi, T., and N. Seino, 2005: Duststorms and mesoscale cloud systems over the east Asian deserts in spring. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution:Focus, Vol. 5, pp. 159-174.

    13. Takemi, T., M. Yasui, J. Zhou, and L. Liu, 2005: Modeling study of diurnally varying convective boundary layer and dust transport over desert regions. Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, Vol. 1, pp. 157-160.

    14. Mikami, M., G.-Y. Shi, I. Uno, S. Yabuki, Y. Iwasaka, M. Yasui, T. Aoki, T.Y. Tanaka, Y. Kurosaki, K. Masuda, A. Uchiyama, A. Matsuki, T. Sakai, T. Takemi, M. Nakawo, N. Seino, M. Ishizuka, S. Satake, K. Fujita, Y. Hara, K. Kai, S. Kanayama, M. Hayashi, M. Du, Y. Kanai, Y. Yamada, X. Y. Zhang, Z. Shen, H. Zhou, O. Abe, T. Nagai, Y. Tsutsumi, M. Chiba, and J. Suzuki, 2006: Aeolian Dust Experiment on Climate Impact: An overview of Japan-China Joint Project ADEC. Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 52, pp. 142-172.

    15. Takemi, T., M. Yasui, J. Zhou, and L. Liu, 2006: Role of boundary layer and cumulus convection on dust emission and transport over a midlatitude desert area. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 111, D11203, doi:10.1029/2005JD006666.

    16. Takemi, T., 2006: Impacts of moisture profile on the evolution and organization of midlatitude squall lines under various shear conditions. Atmospheric Research, Vol. 82, pp. 37-54.

    17. Takemi, T., 2007: A sensitivity of squall line intensity to environmental static stability under various shear and moisture conditions. Atmospheric Research, Vol. 84, pp. 374-389.

    18. Takemi, T., 2007: Environmental stability control of the intensity of squall lines under low-level shear conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 112, D24110, doi:10.1029/2007JD008793.

    19. Takemi, T., 2008: An eddy-resolving simulation of the diurnal variation of fair-weather convection and tracer transport. Atmospheric Research, Vol. 89, pp. 270-282.

    20. Takemi, T., 2009: High-resolution numerical simulations of surface wind variability by resolving small-scale terrain features. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Japan, Vol. 57, pp. 421-428.

    21. Takemi, T., 2009: A high-resolution simulation of convective-scale transport of dust aerosol and its representation in cloud-resolving simulations. Advances in Geosciences, Vol. 10: Atmospheric Science, pp. 161-175, World Scientific Publishing Company.

    22. Takemi, T., 2010: Dependence of the precipitation intensity in mesoscale convective systems to temperature lapse rate. Atmospheric Research, Vol. 96, pp. 273-285, doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.09.002.

    23. Ohno, H., and T. Takemi, 2010a: Mechanisms for intensification and maintenance of numerically simulated dust devils. Atmospheric Science Letter, Vol. 11, pp. 27-32., doi: 10.1002/asl.247.

    24. Takemi, T., K. Kusunoki, K. Araki, T. Imai, K. Bessho, S. Hoshino, and S. Hayashi, 2010: Representation and localization of gusty winds induced by misocyclones with a high-resolution meteorological modeling. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Japan, Vol. 58, pp. 121-130.

    25. Oku, Y., T. Takemi, H. Ishikawa, S. Kanada, and M. Nakano, 2010: Representation of extreme weather during a typhoon landfall in regional meteorological simulations: a model intercomparison study for Typhoon Songda (2004). Hydrologic Research Letters, Vol. 4, pp. 1-5, doi: 10.3178/hrl.4.1.

    26. Ohno, H., and T. Takemi, 2010b: Numerical study for the effects of mean wind on the intensity and evolution of dust devils. Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, Vol. 6A, pp. 5-8, doi:10.2151/sola.6A-002.

    27. Miyamoto, Y., and T. Takemi, 2010: An effective radius of the sea surface enthalpy flux for the maintenance of a tropical cyclone. Atmospheric Science Letter, Vol. 11, pp. 278-282, doi: 10.1002/asl.292.

    28. Nomura, S., and T. Takemi, 2011: Environmental stability for afternoon rain events in the Kanto plain in summer. Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, Vol. 7, pp. 9-12, doi:10.2151/sola.2011-003.

    29. Miyamoto, Y., and T. Takemi, 2011: Effects of surface exchange coefficients for high wind speeds on intensity and structure of tropical cyclones: Numerical simulations for Typhoon Ioke (2006). Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Japan, Vol. 59, pp. 275-283.

    30. Inoue, H. Y., K. Kusunoki, W. Kato, H. Suzuki, T. Imai, T. Takemi, K. Bessho, M. Nakazato, S. Hoshino, W. Mashiko, S. Hayashi, T. Fukuhara, T. Shibata, H. Yamauchi, O. Suzuki, 2011: Fine-scale Doppler radar observation of a tornado and low-level misocyclones within a winter storm in the Japan Sea coastal region. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 139, pp. 351-369, doi: 10.1175/2010MWR3247.1.

    31. Nakayama, H., T. Takemi, and H. Nagai, 2011: LES analysis of the aerodynamic surface properties for turbulent flows over building arrays with various geometries. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Vol. 50, pp. 1692-1712, doi: 10.1175/2011JAMC2567.1.

    32. Takemi, T., S. Nomura, Y. Oku, and H. Ishikawa, 2012: A regional-scale evaluation of changes in environmental stability for summertime afternoon precipitation under global warming from super-high-resolution GCM simulations: A study for the case in the Kanto Plain. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 90A, pp. 189-212, doi: 10.2151/jmsj.2012-A10.

    33. Takemi, T., 2012: Projected regional-scale changes in atmospheric stability condition for the development of summertime convective precipitation in the Tokyo metropolitan area under global warming. Hydrologic Research Letters, Vol. 6, pp. 17-22, doi: 10.3178/HRL.6.17.

    34. Nakayama, H., T. Takemi, and H. Nagai, 2012: Large-eddy simulation of urban boundary-layer flows by generating turbulent inflows from mesoscale meteorological simulations. Atmospheric Science Letters, Vol. 13, pp. 180-186, doi: 10.1002/asl.377.

    35. Takemi, T., 2012: Importance of the numerical representation of shallow and deep convection for simulations of dust transport over a desert region. Advances in Meteorology, Vol. 2012, Article ID 413584, 13 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/413584.

    36. Miyamoto, Y., and T. Takemi, 2012: A transition mechanism for the spontaneous axisymmetric intensification of tropical cyclones. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, in press.


    Books

    1. Takemi, T., S. Nomura and Y. Oku, 2011: Environmental Stability for Convective Precipitation Under Global Warming, In Planet Earth 2011 - Global Warming Challenges and Opportunities for Policy and Practice, Elias G. Carayannis (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-733-8, InTech, pp. 57-72. Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/environmental-stability-for-convective-precipitation-under-global-warming

    2. Takemi, T., H. Ishikawa, 2012: High-Resolution Local-Scale Simulations of Meteorological Conditions and Wind Fields over the Fukushima Region in March 2011, In Natural Disaster Science and Mitigation Engineering: DPRI Reports, Vol.1 Studies on the 2011 Off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake, Springer, in press.



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