Shin-ichiro Ochiai

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The aim of this paper is to compare a number of radiative transfer models for atmospheric sounding in the millimeter and sub-millimeter wavelength range and to check their consistency and mutual deviations. This inter-comparison deals with three different aspects of the radiative transfer models: (1) The inherent physics of gaseous absorption lines and how(More)
Quaternary records of climate change from terrestrial sources, such as lake sediments and aeolian sediments, in general agree well with marine records. But continuous records that cover more than the past one million years were essentially unavailable until recently, when the high-sedimentation-rate site of Lake Baikal was exploited. Because of its location(More)
Growth rates of round herring Etrumeus teres, Japanese anchovy Engraulis japonicus, and Japanese sardine Sardinops melanostictus larvae respond differently to seasonal temperature variations in Sagami Bay on the Pacific coast of central Japan. Larvae of these three clupeoid species were collected from small seine net catches between February 2008 and April(More)
Early comparison of O 3 , HCl, and HNO 3 L2 products (ver. 005-06-0032) of the Superconducting Submillimeter-Wave Limb-Emission Sounder (SMILES) onboard International Space Station has been conducted. Good agreements are observed among SMILES, SVISAT-1/ACE-FTS, AURA/MLS, and ENVISAT.MIPAS, for O 3 and HCl below 45 km. SMILES HNO 3 profiles are statistically(More)
If the third harmonic phase matching condition of a nonlinear optical material is satisfied, the efficiency of third harmonic wave is improved, and the TH strength increases in proportion to the square of the film thickness. The phase matching condition was examined from the relation of the TH strength vs. the film thickness. The UV/VIS spectra of the film(More)
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