Tetsuya Takemi
Tetsuya Takemi
Professor, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
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Over 5,000 years of ensemble future climate simulations by 60-km global and 20-km regional atmospheric models
R Mizuta, A Murata, M Ishii, H Shiogama, K Hibino, N Mori, O Arakawa, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (7), 1383-1398, 2017
Local amplification of storm surge by Super Typhoon Haiyan in Leyte Gulf
N Mori, M Kato, S Kim, H Mase, Y Shibutani, T Takemi, K Tsuboki, ...
Geophysical research letters 41 (14), 5106-5113, 2014
Aeolian dust experiment on climate impact: An overview of Japan–China joint project ADEC
M Mikami, GY Shi, I Uno, S Yabuki, Y Iwasaka, M Yasui, T Aoki, ...
Global and Planetary Change 52 (1-4), 142-172, 2006
Climate change effects on the worst-case storm surge: A case study of Typhoon Haiyan
I Takayabu, K Hibino, H Sasaki, H Shiogama, N Mori, Y Shibutani, ...
Environmental Research Letters 10 (6), 064011, 2015
Impact assessment of coastal hazards due to future changes of tropical cyclones in the North Pacific Ocean
N Mori, T Takemi
Weather and Climate Extremes 11, 53-69, 2016
Factors responsible for the vertical development of tropical oceanic cumulus convection
T Takemi, O Hirayama, C Liu
Geophysical research letters 31 (11), 2004
The effects of subgrid model mixing and numerical filtering in simulations of mesoscale cloud systems
T Takemi, R Rotunno
Monthly Weather Review 131 (9), 2085-2101, 2003
Large‐eddy simulation of urban boundary‐layer flows by generating turbulent inflows from mesoscale meteorological simulations
H Nakayama, T Takemi, H Nagai
Atmospheric Science Letters 13 (3), 180-186, 2012
Structure and evolution of a severe squall line over the arid region in northwest China
T Takemi
Monthly Weather Review 127 (6), 1301-1309, 1999
Dust storms and cyclone tracks over the arid regions in east Asia in spring
T Takemi, N Seino
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 110 (D18), 2005
A transition mechanism for the spontaneous axisymmetric intensification of tropical cyclones
Y Miyamoto, T Takemi
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 70 (1), 112-129, 2013
A sensitivity of squall-line intensity to environmental static stability under various shear and moisture conditions
T Takemi
Atmospheric research 84 (4), 374-389, 2007
LES analysis of the aerodynamic surface properties for turbulent flows over building arrays with various geometries
H Nakayama, T Takemi, H Nagai
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 50 (8), 1692-1712, 2011
A triggering mechanism for rapid intensification of tropical cyclones
Y Miyamoto, T Takemi
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72 (7), 2666-2681, 2015
Numerical experiments on the mechanisms for the development and maintenance of long-lived squall lines in dry environments
T Takemi, T Satomura
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 57 (11), 1718-1740, 2000
Finescale Doppler radar observation of a tornado and low-level misocyclones within a winter storm in the Japan Sea coastal region
HY Inoue, K Kusunoki, W Kato, H Suzuki, T Imai, T Takemi, K Bessho, ...
Monthly weather review 139 (2), 351-369, 2011
History and applications of dust devil studies
RD Lorenz, MR Balme, Z Gu, H Kahanpää, M Klose, MV Kurgansky, ...
Space Science Reviews 203 (1), 5-37, 2016
A possible reduction in the severity of typhoon wind in the northern part of Japan under global warming: A case study
R Ito, T Takemi, O Arakawa
Sola 12, 100-105, 2016
Explicit simulations of convective-scale transport of mineral dust in severe convective weather
T Takemi
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 83, 187-203, 2005
Large-eddy simulations of dust devils and convective vortices
A Spiga, E Barth, Z Gu, F Hoffmann, J Ito, B Jemmett-Smith, M Klose, ...
Space Science Reviews 203 (1), 245-275, 2016
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