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NAGASHIMA Tatsuya
Senior Researcher
Last Update:2014/06/16
Researcher Name NAGASHIMA Tatsuya
Div (Section) name/title Center for Regional Environmental Research(Regional Atmospheric Modeling Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject Numerical modeling studies on the structure of regional air pollution and the the control measure of it.
Degree(s) Doctor of Science
Academic Speciality Field Physics,Computer Science,Earth Science
Environmental Speciality Field regional air pollution,global warming,stratospheric ozone
Membership of Academic Society Meteorological Society of Japan,AGU,Japanese Society for Atmospheric Environment,Japan Geoscience Union,The Japan Society of Amospheric Chemistry

Research Subject (View all list click here)
1620AA046 : A study of air pollution including PM2.5 and its health and toxic effects
1620AA051 : Studies on development of global and Asian sustainability scenarios
1620SP040 : Research program on health and environmental safety
1620SP050 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
1618BA007 : Establishment of a Reference Modeling for Source Apportionment and Effective Strategy Making to Suppress Secondary Air Pollutants
1618AH002 : Establishment of methods for biological and environmental monitoring of forest ecosystem
1620AU006 : Social Dialogue and Co-production Office
1418BA002 : Development of evaluation system for multiscale air quality change and analysis of change events
1620AU004 : Climate Change Strategy Collaboration Office
Research Result(Latest five records)
Publication
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Nishina K., Watanabe Mirai., Koshikawa-K.M., Takamatsu T., Morino Y., Nagashima T., Soma K., Hayashi S. (2017) Varying sensitivity of mountainous streamwater base-flow NO3 concentrations to N deposition in the northern suburbs of Tokyo. Scientific Reports, 7, 7701

Nagashima T., Sudo K., Akimoto H., Kurokawa J., Ohara T. (2017) Long-term change in the source contribution to surface ozone over Japan. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 8231-8246

Silva R.A., West J.J., Lamarque J.-F., Shindell D.T., Collins W.J., Dalsoren S., Faluvegi G., Folberth G., Horowitz L.W., Nagashima T., Naik V., Rumbold S.T., Sudo K., Takemura T., Bergmann D., Cameron-Smith P., Cionni I., Doherty R.M., Eyring V., Josse B., MacKenzie I.A., Plummer D., Righi M., Stevenson D.S., Strode S., Szopa S. (2016) The effect of future ambient air pollution on human premature mortality to 2100 using output from the ACCMIP model ensemble. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16, 9847-9862

Madaniyazi L., Nagashima T., Guo Y., Pan X. (2016) Projecting ozone-related mortality in East China. Environment International, 92-93, 165-172

Nagashima T. (2015) 3.2.3 Source-receptor relationships. In: Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET), Review on the State of Air Pollution in East Asia, , 78-89
Presentation
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Ikeda K., Tanimoto H., Nagashima T., Nara H., Mukai H., Nojiri Y., Tohjima Y., Davila Y., Dong X., Emmons L.K., Flemming J., Fu J., Ghude S., Henze D.K., Jonson J.E., Lund M.T., Park R., Pierce R.B., Sudo K. (2016) Multi-model comparison of marine boundary layer O3 in HTAP2 simulations with cargo ship observations in Asia-Pacific. 14th IGAC Science Conference, Abstracts

Nagashima T. (2016) The mutual regional features in the seasonal cycle of surface O3 simulated in the global chemical models. International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project 2016 Science Conference, Abstracts

Nagashima T., Morino Y., Kurokawa J., Yumimoto K., Itahashi S., Goto D., Tanimoto H., Ikeda K., Ohara T. (2016) Recent development of East Asian air quality assessment system. 7th International Workshop on Atmospheric Modeling Research in East Asia, Abstracts, 14

Sahu S., Ohara T., Nagashima T., Kurokawa J. (2015) Development of High Resolution Emission Inventories for Emerging Sectors in India. The 13th International Conference on Atmospheric Sciences and Applications to Air Quality (ASAQ13), Abstracts

Nagashima T., Morino Y., Tanimoto H., Ikeda K., Takami A. (2015) Validation of the Asian surface ozone simulated by chemical transport models. The 13th International Conference on Atmospheric Sciences and Applications to Air Quality (ASAQ13), Abstracts





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