Special Edition on Typhoons in 2018–2019
Chief Editor: Akiyoshi Wada
Information page for Special Edition on Typhoons in 2018–2019.
JMSJ, 2022, Vol. 100, No.4 (August)
- Otaki, T., H. Fudeyasu, H. Kohno, T. Takemi, N. Mori, K. Iida, 2022: Investigation of characteristics of maximum storm surges in Japanese coastal regions caused by 2018 Typhoon Jebi based on typhoon track ensemble simulations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100,
Early Online Release Accepted
- Fudeyasu,H., U. Shimada, Y. Oikawa, H. Eito, A. Wada, R. Yoshida, and T. Horinouchi, 2022: Contributions of the large-scale environment to the typhoon genesis of Faxai (2019) J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100,
Early Online Release New EOR
JMSJ, 2022, Vol. 100, No.2 (April)
- Wada, A., W. Yanase, and K. Okamoto, 2022: Interactions between a tropical cyclone and upper-tropospheric cold-core lows simulated by an atmosphere-wave-ocean coupled model: A case study of Typhoon Jongdari (2018). J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 387-414.
Graphical Abstract >Published
JMSJ, 2022, Vol. 100, No.1 (February)
- Miyamoto, Y., H. Fudeyasu, and A. Wada, 2022: Intensity and structural changes of numerically simulated Typhoon Faxai
(1915) before landfall. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 181-196.
JMSJ, 2021, Vol. 99, No.6 (December)
- Wada, A., 2021: Roles of oceanic mesoscale eddy in rapid weakening of Typhoons Trami and Kong-Rey in 2018 simulated with a 2-km-mesh atmosphere-wave-ocean coupled model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1453-1482.