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Research Center for Environmental Modeling and Application (CEMA)

Projection of global environment

We work on further sophistication of the simulation models that have been developing at JAMSTEC to better project the environment on various temporal and spatial scale. We promote collaborations among different models taking the best of them, in order to obtain novel insights on phenomena ranging from short-term events such as torrential rain and typhoon, medium-term ones such as El Nino, and long-term ones such as global warming, including interactions among them.

Michio Kawamiya
Director, Research Center for Environmental Modeling and Application (CEMA)

Smaller Cumulonimbus Cloud Ensembles in the Tropics Due to Global Warming: Do Clouds Exacerbate Warming?
Understanding Tidal control on Flow through the Seto Inland Sea
—Possible determination of eastward or westward flow—
FY2019 [Earth System Model Development and Application Group (ESM-DAG)] Recruitment of an Engineer
FY2018 Department of Seamless Environmental Prediction Research Recruitment of Postdoctoral Researcher
FY2018 [ Department of Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Land Processes Research (DCOP)etc.] Recruitment of Scientist or Technical Scientist
Integrated Research Program for Advancing Climate Models website has been launched.
FY2018 Recruitment of Principal Scientist or Principal Technical Scientist
FY2017 Recruitment of Project Technical Support Staff