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Wada Makoko

ワダ マコト | Wada Makoko
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.nipr.ac.jp/
Research field  (1): Atmospheric and hydrospheric science
Research keywords  (1): Atmospheric Physics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Measurement of ice forming nuclei
  • Variation of clouds and precipitation in the polar regions
  • Study on clouds,precipitation and aerosol in the polar regions
MISC (8):
Books (4):
  • Analysis of a case study suggesting the phase change from cloud droplets to snow particles from ground based remote sensing data.
    Proceedings of IGARSS'93 1993
  • Liquid Water contents and precipitable waters in the atmosphere around the Syowa Station in Antarctica obtained from the data of ground based and satellite microwave radiometers. (共著)
    Specialist meeting on microwave radiometry and remote sensing applications 1992
  • Liquid and ice water contents of clouds observed at Syowa Station in east Antarctica.
    Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation 1992
  • Science in Antarctica 3 Meteorology. (共著)
    1985
Works (3):
  • Climatic impact of aerosol, ozone and cloud in the Arctic.
    1999 - 2001
  • Atmospheric circulation and material cycle in the Antarctic
    1997 - 2001
  • Variations of atmospheric constituents and their climatic impact in the Arctic.
    1999 -
Education (3):
  • - 1977 Nagoya University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science
  • - 1972 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Physics
  • - 1972 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science
Professional career (1):
  • Science
Work history (5):
  • 1995 - 2002 National Institute of Polar Research
  • 1977 - 1995 National Institute of Polar Research
  • 1977 - 1995 National Institute of Polar Research, Research associate
  • 1995 - - NIPR, Associate professor
  • National Institute of Polar Research Professor
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