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SHIOGAMA Hideo
Senior Researcher
Last Update:2009/08/25
Researcher Name SHIOGAMA Hideo
Div (Section) name/title Center for Global Environmental Research(Climate Risk Assessment Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject Detection & Atrribution; Uncertainty of climate change projections; Uncertainty propagation
Researh Interests (1) Regional detection and attribution
(2) Study of uncertainty in climate change projection
(3) Uncertainty propagation from climate projection to impact assessments
Degree(s) Ph. D
Academic Speciality Field Earth Science,Science
Environmental Speciality Field global warming,climate projection
Membership of Academic Society Meteorological Society of Japan,American Meteorological Society

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Research Result(Latest five records)
Publication
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Kamae Y., Watanabe M., Kimoto M., Shiogama H. (2014) Summertime land-sea thermal contrast and atmospheric circulation over East Asia in a warming climate-Part II: Importance of CO2-induced continental warming. Climate Dynamics,

Kamae Y., Watanabe M., Kimoto M., Shiogama H. (2014) Summertime land-sea thermal contrast and atmospheric circulation over East Asia in a warming climate--Part I: Past changes and future projections. Climate Dynamics,

Shiogama H., Ogura T. (2014) Clouds of uncertainty. Nature, 505, 34-35

Ishizaki Y., Shiogama H., Emori S., Yokohata T., Toru N., Takahashi K., Ogura T., Masakazu Y., Nagashima T. (2013) Dependence of Precipitation Scaling Patterns on Emission Scenarios for Representative Concentration Pathways. JOURNAL OF CLIMATE, 26 (22), 8868-8879

Ishizaki Y., Shiogama H., Emori S., Yokohata T., Toru Nozawa, Takahashi K., Ogura T., Masakazu Yoshimnori , Nagashima T. (2013) Dependence of Precipitation Scaling Patterns on Emission Scenarios for Representative Concentration Pathways. JOURNAL OF CLIMATE, 26 (15), 8868-8879
Presentation
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Shiogama H. (2014) Emission scenario dependency of scaling patterns and linear additivity of climate forcing-response relationship. Pattern Scaling, Climate Model Emulators and their Application to the New Scenario Process, -

Ogura T., Shiogama H., Watanabe M., Yoshimori M., Yokohata T., Chikira M., Kamae Y., Abe M., Ishizaki Y., Mochizuki T., Kawai H., Ishii M., Kimoto M. (2014) On the parametric and structural uncertainty of MIROC5 radiation bias. International workshop on climate system modeling –Climate 2014-, -

Shiogama H., Watanabe M., Imada Y., Mori M., Lestari R. K., Kimoto M., Kamae Y., Ishii M. (2014) Event attribution studies from Asia. EUCLEIA 1st General Assembly, -

Ishizaki Y., Shiogama H., Emori S., Yokohata T., Nozawa T., Ogura T., Yoshimori M., Takahashi K. (2013) Dependence of precipitation scaling pattern on emission scenarios for Representative concentration pathways. International ad hoc Detection and Attribution group (IDAG), -

Ishizaki Y., Emori S., Oki T., Shiogama H., Yokohata T., Yoshimori M. (2013) Emulation of a couple atmosphere-ocean general circulation model with a simple climate model. American Geophysical Union fall meeting, Abstracts





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