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JMSJ, 2018, Vol. 96A

Special issue on Tokyo Metropolitan Area Convection Study for Extreme Weather Resilient Cities (TOMACS)


Iwai et al (2018)

Iwai, H., S. Ishii, S. Kawamura, E. Sato, and K. Kusunoki, 2018: Case study on convection initiation associated with an isolated convective storm developed over flat terrain during TOMACS. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 3-23. Abstract


Suzuki et al (2018)

Suzuki, S.-I., T. Maesaka, K. Iwanami, S. Shimizu, and K. Kieda, 2018: X-band dual-polarization radar observations of the supercell storm that generated an F3 tornado on 6 May 2012 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 25-33. Abstract


Seto et al (2018)

Seto, Y., H. Yokoyama, T. Nakatani, H. Ando, N. Tsunematsu, Y. Shoji, K. Kusunoki, M. Nakayama, Y. Saitoh, and H. Takahashi, 2018: Relationships among rainfall distribution, surface wind, and precipitable water vapor during heavy rainfall in central Tokyo in summer. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 35-49. Abstract


Misumi et al (2018)

Misumi, R., N. Sakurai, T. Maesaka, S.-I. Suzuki, S. Shimizu, and K. Iwanami, 2018: Transition process from non-precipitating cumuli to precipitating convective clouds over mountains: Observation by Ka-band Doppler radar and stereo photogrammetry. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 51-66. Abstract


Sugawara et al (2018)

Sugawara, H., R. Oda, and N. Seino, 2018: Urban thermal influence on the background environment of convective precipitation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 67-76. Abstract


Bélair et al (2018)

Bélair, S., S. Leroyer, N. Seino, L. Spacek, V. Souvanlasy, and D. Paquin-Ricard, 2018: Role and impact of the urban environment in a numerical forecast of an intense summertime precipitation event over Tokyo. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 77-94. Abstract


Sano et al (2018)

Sano, T., and S. Oishi, 2018: Observational study on formation of a localized rainfall on a basin with heat and aridity on days of weak synoptic disturbance in summer. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 95-117. Abstract


Chandrasekar et al (2018)

Chandrasekar, V., H. Chen, and B. Philips, 2018: Principles of high-resolution radar network for hazard mitigation and disaster management in an urban environment. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 119-139. Abstract


Cifelli et al (2018)

Cifelli, R., V. Chandrasekar, H. Chen, and L. E. Johnson, 2018: High resolution radar quantitative precipitation estimation in the San Francisco Bay Area: Rainfall monitoring for the urban environment. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 141-155. Abstract


Kawabata et al (2018)

Kawabata, T., H.-S. Bauer, T. Schwitalla, V. Wulfmeyer, and A. Adachi, 2018: Evaluation of forward operators for polarimetric radars aiming for data assimilation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 157-174. Abstract


Saito et al (2018)

Saito, K., M. Kunii, and K. Araki, 2018: Cloud resolving simulation of a local heavy rainfall event on 26 August 2011 observed in TOMACS. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 175-199. Abstract


Hirano et al (2018)

Hirano, K., and M. Maki, 2018: Imminent nowcasting for severe rainfall using vertically integrated liquid water content derived from X-band polarimetric radar. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 201-220. Abstract


Seino et al (2018)

Seino, N., R. Oda, H. Sugawara, and T. Aoyagi, 2018: Observations and simulations of the mesoscale environment in TOMACS urban heavy rain events. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 221-245. Abstract


Pereira Filho et al (2018)

Pereira Filho, A. J., F. Vemado, K. Saito, H. Seko, J. L. Flores Rojas, and H. A. Karam, 2018: ARPS simulations of convection during TOMACS. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96A, 247-263. Abstract