Ahoro Adachi

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Recently, the number of unusual extreme weather that causes natural disasters is increasing, and accompanying phenomena such as local heavy rainstorms, tornado, and gust fronts have caused an immediate and often devastating impact on a broad range of human activities. Weather radar has played an important role to survey those meteorological phenomena(More)
The cloud feedback problem is one of the largest uncertainties in climate studies because cloud formation and dissipation are complicated processes. Clouds have mutual relations to aerosols and precipitation. Increases in aerosol concentrations result in a decreased drop size and modify the cloud radiative forcing. Decreased drop size may also suppress(More)
The Global Precipitation Mission (GPM) core satellite successfully launched on 28 Feburary 2014 from Japan on an HIIA rocket. The GPM core satellite equips with a dual-frequency precipitation radar (DPR) to measure precipitation. The DPR is a radar operated at frequencies of 14GHz (Ku-band) and 35 GHz (Ka-band) and has a potential to measure more accurate(More)
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