List of articles by the Japan Meteorological Agency

This summer's record-breaking temperature, would have been 1200 in 1 years without human-induced global warming?

 The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) has developed a new method for quickly estimating the impact of global warming on the probability of occurrence of extreme weather events (hereafter, “extreme events”) […]

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology to subsidize comprehensive investigation of Tonga submarine volcanic eruption and tsunami

 The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) is subsidizing a comprehensive survey on the eruption of the Tonga submarine volcano and the tsunami that accompanies it, which is planned by Professor Kenji Satake of the Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo.

Utilization for global warming countermeasures Weather data from 760 locations nationwide, released by Chiba University for 40 years

 Professor Hidefumi Kurahashi of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, Chiba University and others can refer to meteorological data at 760 points nationwide in a graph dating back to the past 40 years […]

Hokkaido University confirms that the ground surface will sink about 1 cm when it rains 100 mm a day

 Many research groups such as Professor Kosuke Hioki of Hokkaido University Graduate School and Mr. Shuffle Arief (currently Geospatial Information Authority of Indonesia) have expanded to the Japanese archipelago […]

The 62nd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition departs for Syowa Station for the first time in 42 years

 The 62nd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition departed for Syowa Station on November 2020, 11.Due to the worldwide epidemic of new coronavirus infections […]