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Climate Change Science Section, Center for East Asian Ocean-Atmosphere Research (COAR), Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM), Kyushu University primarily researches to elucidate climate change due to atmospheric substances. We especially focus on climate change due to aerosols and clouds and behavior of trace gases including greenhouse gases. We study with graduate students in Department of Earth System Science and Technology (ESST), Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University and various international and domestic colleagues.

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2017.02.10

SPRINTARS aerosol forecast system is introduced in an article of Japan News

2016.12.13

A refereed paper has been published by Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, which was written by a Ph.D. student, Takuro Michibata, as a first author.

2016.11.17

Prof. Takemura is listed in Highly Cited Researchers 2016. This is 3-years consecuive elections for Highly Cited Researchers. In Highly Cited Researchers, authors writing highly cited papers are listed in each research field, and Prof. Takemura is listed in Geosciences.

2016.11.1

Assistant Prof. Eguchi moves from Atmospheric Physics Section.

2016.05.25

A novel research using SPRINTARS has been published from Scietific Reports.

2016.01.15

Prof. Takemura is listed in Highly Cited Researchers 2015 by Thomson Reuters. This is 2-years consecuive elections for Highly Cited Researchers. In Highly Cited Researchers, authors writing highly cited papers are listed in each research field, and Prof. Takemura is listed in Geosciences. This information is also published in a report "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds 2015".

2015.11.10

Prof. Takemura attendted a seminar on transboundary air pollution in Asia jointly held by U.S.-Japan Research Institute and Wilson Center in Washington D.C., USA as a professional.

2015.09.25

A refereed paper has been published by Journal of Geophysical Research, which was written by a Ph.D. student, Takuro Michibata, as a first author.

2015.05.27

Prof. Takemura has received the Japan Geoscience Union Nishida Prize for achievements of development of a global aerosol model and researches on climate change due to aerosols.

2015.03.25

A master-course student, Takuro Michibata, received Award of Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University, due to excellent grades and a master thesis.

2014.12.01

Climate Change Science Section has started.
Prof. Takemura was in Atmospheric Environment Modeling Section, RIAM, Kyushu University as a research associate and an associate professor from October 2001 to November 2014.

2014.11.17

A refereed paper has been published from Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, which was written by a master-course student, Takuro Michibata, as a first author.

2014.10.31

Associate Prof. Takemura (then) has received a certificate of Highly Cited Researchers 2014 from Thomson Reuters.

2014.08.01

Ph. D. Student Takuro Michibata has received Best Student Poster Award in Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).

2014.06.10

Associate Prof. Takemura (then) is listed in Highly Cited Researchers 2014 by Thomson Reuters. In Highly Cited Researchers, authors writing highly cited papers are listed in each research field, and Associate Prof. Takemura (then) is listed in Geosciences. This information is also published in a report "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014".

2014.01.30

The full report of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the Working Group 1 (WG1) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been published on January 30, 2014, in which Associate Prof. Takemura (then) participated as a Lead Author.

2013.05.16

Associate Prof. Takemura (then) has received the Society Award of Meteorological Society of Japan for achievements of modeling researches on climate effects of aerosols.
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