Meteorological data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in 1974-1975 by Sadao Kawaguchi

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Published by National Institute of Polar Research in Tokyo .

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  • Antarctica

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  • Meteorology -- Antarctica -- Observations.

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StatementS. Kawaguchi.
SeriesJare data reports : (Meteorology) ;, no 30
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LC ClassificationsQC994.9 .N55a
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Pagination35 p. ;
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL4287730M
LC Control Number78314656
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Meteorological Data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in Sadao KAWAGUCHI (National Institute of Polar Research, ltabashi-ku, Tokyo) Pre I iminary note Meteorological observations were carried out at Mizuho Camp (70°'5, 44°'E, M.S.L.

m) by the members of the 15th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, from March to. Meteorological observations were carried out at Mizuho Camp (70°/ S, 44 ° 'E, M.S.L. m) by Tomomi Yamada, member of the 12th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE), from September to January Meteorological Data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in By カワグチ サダオ and Sadao KAWAGUCHI Download PDF (2 MB)Author: カワグチ サダオ and Sadao KAWAGUCHI.

The Antarctic Meteorological Research Center (AMRC) is an Antarctic research program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that is based out of the Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC) at the University of AMRC was founded as a link between the UW-Madison automatic weather station (AWS) project and the Man computer Interactive Data Access System.

JARE DATA REPORTS No (Meteorology 1) Data of atmospheric electricity at Syowa Station in March No (Meteorology 2) Meteorological data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in December No (Meteorology 3) Meteorological. data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in November JARE DATA REPORTS No. 11 (Meteorology 1) Data of atmospheric electricity at Syowa Station in No.

25 (Meteorology 2) Meteorological data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in No. 30 (Meteorology 3) Meteorological data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in No.

40 (Meteorology 4) Meteorological data at Mizuho Camp, Antarctica in 04 Atmospheric turbidity data 05 Surface spectral ultraviolet radiation data 06 Ozone data 07 Special sonde data Correction of past data The observation data available from this site can be corrected retrospectively to the past.

Please use the latest data. The list of major corrections are found here. Information on Japanese stations in Antarctica. Using the distribution of wind speed and the relative frequencies of occurrence of drifting and blowing snow at Mizuho Camp (70°'S, 44°'E, 2, m above mean sea level) and its vicinity.

The Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station is a United States scientific research station at the South Pole, the southernmost place on the station is located on Antarctica in 1974-1975 book high plateau of Antarctica at an elevation of 2, metres (9, feet) above sea level and is administered by the Division of Polar Programs within the National Science Foundation under the United States Antarctic Program.

at Mizuho Camp, Antarctic Record Kobayashi S Snow transport by katabatic winds in Mizuho Camp area, East Antarctica.

Journal of Meteorological Society. Japan 56(2): Kobayashi S, Ishikawa N, Ohata T [Snow storm with strong wind in Antarctica. Equipment and techniques used in a study of drifting snow at Byrd station during – are described.

Basic data obtained consist of snow drift gagings with Mellor drift traps at eight levels between and cm above the snow surface, simultaneous wind measurements at five or six of these levels, 32 sets of upper‐wind observations by means of accelerated radiotheodolite. Fig. 1 shows frequency distribution of the temperature, wind speed and wind direction at Syowa Station.

All data in the years from through were used. The average temperature was − °C and that of wind speed was m s − absolute minimum temperature of − °C was recorded on 4 September and the absolute maximum of °C on 21 January Antarctica Climate Data and Climate Graphs McMurdo, Amundsen-Scott (South Pole) and Vostok Stations Temperature and rainfall information for stations in Antarctica.

These are the three areas that are most requested. in which Vis is visibility (m) and μ is the extinction coefficient for visible light (m −1) (Middleton ).The constant comes from −ln(C e), where C e is the threshold value of the luminal contrast below which an observer cannot discern an object against the y, C e is between and and was assumed to be according to Mellor ().

The Mizuho Station (Japanese: みずほ基地, Hepburn: Mizuho Kichi) was a permanent Japanese Antarctic transshipment station. Located on Mizuho Plateau m above sea level, it was opened in It was operated by the Japanese National Institute of Polar Research, and closed in It was occasionally visited by some parties for meteorological and glaciological observations.

About this book Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Antarctic Research Series, Volume The U.S. Army Natick Laboratories, Natick, Massachusetts, established and operated the micrometeorological program at Plateau Station, East Antarctica, during –   JOURNAL OF GEODYNAMICS 6, () CRUSTAL STRUCTURE IN THE MIZUHO PLATEAU, EAST ANTARCTICA, BY A TWO-DIMENSIONAL RAY APPROXIMATION AKIRA IKAMII and KIYOSHI ITO2 i Regional Center for Earthquake Prediction Observation, School of Science, Nagoya University, Chikusa, Nagoya, Japan 2 Regional Observation Center for Earthquake.

S. KobayashiSnow Transport by Katabatic Winds in Mizuho Camp Area, East Antarctica Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol.

56 (), pp. Google Scholar. To our knowledge, this 3-year observation period is the longest in Antarctica with automatic sensors. Therefore, this campaign is a valuable contribution to the understanding of meteorological processes in Antarctica and the resulting data set should constitute a key tool for regional climate model validation.

(12) (13) (14) References 1 D. Raynaud and C. Lorius, Climatic implications of total gas content in ice at Camp Century, Nature, 2 A.J. Gow and T. Williamson, Gas inclusions in the Antarc- tic ice sheet and their glaciological significance, J. Geo- phys.

Res. 80,3 W.F. Budd and V.I. Morgan, Isotopes, climate. Limited-area atmospheric models have been applied to the Antarctic since the late s (see, e.g., Parish and Waight ; Parish and Bromwich ; Gallée ; Engels and Heinemann ).Prior to AMPS, however, real-time NWP over Antarctica was generally the province of global models run by operational centers [e.g., National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), the U.S.

Navy, and. Kobayashi S () Snow transport by katabatic winds in Mizuho Camp area, East Antarctica. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, – Google Scholar.

Schmidt shows data from Mizuho Camp, East Antarctica, with transport rates ranging from about × 10 2 to 10 4 kg m −1 d −1 for wind speeds ranging from 7 to 13 m s −1. Lenaerts et al. [] report on three blowing snow events that occurred during the ENABLE campaign in January and Februarythe strongest of which yielded a.

Mizuho Plateau, East Antarctica. Memoirs 0/ the National Institute 0/ Polar Research. Special Issue Yamada T, Wakahama G The regional distribution of surface mass balance in Mizuho Plateau, Antarctica. Memoirs of the National Institute of Polar Research.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meteorological studies at Plateau Station, Antarctica. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, ©   This book is a comprehensive survey of the climatology and meteorology of Antarctica.

It presents a synthesis of climatological measurements, the processes which maintain the observed climate, and reviews our current knowledge of the variability of Antarctic climate and the possible effects of "greenhouse" warming. McMurdo Station Antarctica A US research and support facility that was established in at the southernmost point of Antarctica where bare ground is accessible by ship.

It is the largest base in Antarctica by a considerable margin with around personnel (up to possible) in summer and in the winter. To put this number in perspective, note that Mann et al. () calculated a maximum snowdrift sublimation rate (for November) corresponding to mm WE per day, from snowdrift data gathered at Halley.

Using meteorological data from Halley, King et al. () calculated –mm WE per day of snowdrift sublimation during the austral. a large collection of Antarctic weather data from various sources in some cases dating back to the s. The data in this repository includes original collections from the AMRC as well as data from other projects and field campaigns (Knuth, et al., ).

The data is acquired from several sources, including. wrote a book Antarctica ahoy: the ice region filling the gap in such data on coastal Antarctica.

on the ice sheet and to detect the lower crustal reflected layers on the Mizuho Plateau. Station Name Nation Coordinates Situation Altitude Airfield Opened Average Winter Pop. Peak Summer Pop. Aboa: Finland: 73°03'S °25'W: Queen Maud Land: m: An automatic weather data recording system powered by solar batteries was installed and left behind at Dakshin Gangotri.

Antarctica provides a unique and unpolluted environment hitherto untouched by man. It, therefore, gives an ideal situation (datum point) for monitoring pollution elsewhere in the world.

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AMPS is a real-time WRF forecasting system run over Antarctica by MMM in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP) and funded by NSF’s Division of Polar Programs. In FY MMM continued this effort and provided tailored guidance for USAP weather forecasting, scientific field campaigns, and logistical efforts over the continent and.

A seismic exploration was accomplished in the austral summer of by the 43rd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE) along a profile oblique to that held by JARE on the Mizuho. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Record Value >mm (") water equivalent (") Averaging Period: Jul –Jun Geospatial Location: along the coast of East and West Antarctica, and over the Antarctic Peninsula. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rooy, M.P. van. Meteorology of the Antarctic. Pretoria, Weather Bureau, Dept. of Transport, (OCoLC) formal, recognized data center with a modest set of data curation and archive tasking (to become the Antarctic Meteorological Research and Data Center or AMRDC).

A part of this task includes continuing the creation of satellite composites and the collection, decoding, and distribution of real-time AWS data. A PDF is a digital representation of the print book, so while it can be loaded into most e-reader programs, it doesn't allow for resizable text or advanced, interactive functionality.

The eBook is optimized for e-reader devices and apps, which means that it offers a much better digital reading experience than a PDF, including resizable text and. We know the annual wind speed from an automatic weather station (AWS), which reports over satellite year round.

Hence we were able to calculate the annual mass flux of snow; a value of × 10 6 kg m −1 a −1 was found, which is a credible value for a windy area (mean annual wind speed m/s).Antarctica: Great Stories From the Frozen Continent.

Reader's Digest Books, Sydney, Australia. pages. Antarctic Treaty System: An Assessment. Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Beardmore South Field Camp, Antarctica. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. pages. Science and Stewardship in the Antarctic. National.6th Antarctic Meteorological Observation, Modeling, & Forecasting Workshop Tasmania/Antarctica Region, Australian Bureau of Meteorology Alasdair Hainsworth Assistant Director, Weather Services.

Welcome to AMOMFW. Observations – satellite data • Obtain temperatures at various levels and from that derive wind strengths. • Still requires.

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