Workshop Program
March 10 (Mon)

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09:50-11:50 Session 1
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09:50-10:20 K. Sato (U. Tokyo), M. Tsutsumi (NIPR), T.Sato (Kyoto U.), T. Nakamura (NIPR), A. Saito (Kyoto U.), Y. Tomikawa, K. Nishimura, H. Yamagishi, Y. Yamanouchi (NIPR)
Current status of Program of Antarctic Syowa MST/IS Radar (PANSY)

10:20-10:40 K.Nishimura (NIPR), T.Sato (Kyoto U.), T.Nakamura, M.Tsutsumi (NIPR), K.Sato (U. Tokyo)
Beamforming for accurate wind measurement with PANSY radar

10:40-11:10 J. Gong (NASA), J. Yue and D. L. Wu
Global survey of concentric gravity wave characteristics using AIRS (INVITED)

11:10-11:30 R. Shibuya, K. Sato (U. Tokyo), Y. Tomikawa, M. Tsutsumi (NIPR) and T. Sato (Kyoto Univ.)
Dynamical mechanism of multiple tropopause structure observed at Syowa Station

11:30-11:50 T. Matsuda, T. Nakamura, M. K. Ejiri, M. Tsutsumi (NIPR), K. Shiokawa (Nagoya U.)
New statistical analysis of gravity waves observed by airglow imaging at Syowa Stations (69S, 39E), Antarctica

(11:50-13:30 Lunch)

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13:30-15:30 Session 2
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13:30-13:50 Y. Yasuda, K. Sato (U. Tokyo), and N. Sugimoto (Keio U.)
Physical Interpretation in the spontaneous radiation of inertia-gravity waves using the renormalization group method

13:50-14:20 D. L. Wu (UCLA/JIFRESSE)
Atmospheric couplings through dynamical waves and electric circuit (INVITED)

14:20-14:40 T. Kinoshita (NICT), K. Sato (U. Tokyo), M. H. Hitchman (U. Wisconsin)
Three dimensional structure of material transport by waves from troposphere to stratosphere

14:40-15:00 M. K. Ejiri, T. T. Tsuda, T. Nishiyama (NIPR), M. Abo (Tokyo Metropolitan U.), Y. Tomikawa (NIPR), H. Suzuki (Rikkyo U.), T. D. Kawahara (Shinshu U.), M. Tsutsumi and T. Nakamura (NIPR),
Sub-project I members of JARE VIII-th term prioritized research project Current status of observations by Rayleigh/Raman lidar and developments of resonance scattering lidar in JARE VIII-th term prioritized research project

15:00-15:30 Seok-Woo Son (Seoul National U.), P. Martineau (McGill U.)
Stratosphere Sudden Warming: Vertical Coupling around the Onset (INVITED)

(15:30-15:50 Coffee break)

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15:50-17:30 Session 3
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15:50-16:10 M. Kohma and K. Sato (U. Tokyo)
Time Variation of Upper Tropospheric Clouds in the Polar Region During Sudden Stratospheric Warming

16:10-16:40 H. Akiyoshi, M. Kadowaki, T. Sugita(NIES), H. Nakamura(Fujitsu FIP), T. Nakamura (NIPR), A. Mizuno (Nagoya U.)
Total ozone reduction over Rio Gallegos (Argentina) in November 2009 simulated by MIROC3.2 Chemical Transport Model (INVITED)

16:40-17:00 M. Kadowaki and H. Akiyoshi (NIES)
Relationship between total ozone, ozone destruction processes and wave activities in the Antarctic region

17:00-17:30 Y. Isono, A. Mizuno, T. Nagahama, Y. Miyoshi (Nagoya U.), R. Kataoka, M. Tsutsumi, M. K. Ejiri (NIPR), H. Fujiwara (Seikei U.), H. Maezawa (Osaka Prefecture U.), M. Uemura (Nagoya U.), T. Nakamura (NIPR)
Temporal variations of nitric oxide in the MLT region over Syowa Station (INVITED)



March 11 (Tue)

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09:50-11:50 Session 4
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09:50-10:20 S. Alexander, D. Murphy, A. Klekociuk, J. French, and P. Love (Australian Antarctic Division)
Australian Antarctic research at the Davis atmospheric observatory (INVITED)

10:20-10:40 C. Kodama, T. Nasuno, S. Watanabe (JAMSTEC), H. Kubokawa (U. Tokyo), M. Satoh (U.Tokyo / JAMSTEC)
Constructing the middle-atmosphere version of non-hydrostatic global atmospheric model NICAM

10:40-11:10 Yoshio Kawatani (JAMSTEC), Jae N. Lee (U. Maryland), Kevin Hamilton (U. Hawaii)
Interannual variations of stratospheric water vapor in MLS observation and climate model simulation (INVITED)

11:10-11:30 A. Amemiya, K. Sato (U. Tokyo)
A new gravity wave drag parameterization scheme including three-dimensional propagation

11:30-11:50 T. SakazakiiKyoto U.), K. Sato (U. Tokyo), Y. Kawatani, S. WatanabeiJAMSTEC)
Tropical non-migrating tides appearing in a high resolution GCM

(11:50-13:30 Lunch)

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13:30-15:30 Session 5
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13:30-14:00 Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu U.), H. Jin (NICT), H. Fujiwara (Seikei U.), H. Shinagawa (NICT)
Impact of upward propagating atmospheric waves on the upper atmosphere (INVITED)

14:00-14:20 M. Tsutsumi (NIPR)
A brief review on Antarctic MLT radar studies

14:20-14:50 Joe She (Colorado State U.)
MLT science enabled by a Na lidar: Gravity wave breaking and tidal-period perturbations (INVITED)

14:50-15:10 Y. Murayama, T. Kinoshita, S. Kawamura (NICT), S. Nozawa (Nagoya U.), and C. Hall (Toromso U.)
Tidal periodicity of mesospheric gravity waves observed with MF radar at Poker Flat, Alaska and at Tromso, Norway

15:10-15:30 T. Nishiyama (NIPR), K. Sato (U. Tokyo), T. Sato (Kyoto U.), M. Tsutsumi, T. Nakamura, K. Nishimura (NIPR), M. Kohma (U. Tokyo), Y. Tomikawa, M. Ejiri, and T. Tsuda (NIPR)
Property of Polar Mesosphere Winter Echo revealed by PANSY radar

(15:30-15:50 Coffee break)

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15:50-17:30 Session 6
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15:50-16:10 D. L. Wu,@J. Gong (NASA), V. Limpasuvan
Solar cycle in quasi two-day waves (QTDW): true or spurious?

16:10-16:30 T. Nakamura (NIPR), J. Kero (IRF), S. Szasz (IRF), D. Kastinen (U. of Lulee), J. Watanabe(NAOJ), M. Yamamoto (Kyoto U.), Y. Tanaka (NIPR), S. Abe (Nihon U.), and MURMHED members
Meteor head echo orbit observations by high power large aparture radarand an open database, MURMHED

16:30-16:50 S. Saito, T. Yoshihara (Electronic Navigation Research Institute), Y. Otsuka (Nagoya U.), and M. Yamamoto (Kyoto U.)
Ionospheric anomaly monitoring by VHF radar multi-beam observations for GNSS

16:50-17:10 A. Saito (Kyoto U.) and IMAP working group
Airglow structures in the mesosphere and the ionosphere observed by ISS-IMAP

17:10-17:30 H. Miyaoka (NIPR), S. Nozawa, Y. Ogawa, S. Oyama, R. Fujii (Nagaya U.), and T. Nakamura (NIPR)
Current status of the EISCAT radars and its future (EISCAT_3D)

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17:30-17:50 Discussions
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