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The International Conference on Mesoscale Convective Systems (MCSs) and High-Impact Weather in East Asia (ICMCS -8) will be held on 7-9 March 2011 at Nagoya University Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya, Japan. It will be organized by East Asia Weather Association (EAWRA) and sponsored by Japan Meteorological Society and Nagoya University.


Second Circular


Program Overview of ICMCS-VIII

Program of ICMCS-VIII


Please contact Hiroshi Uyeda (uyedahyarc.nagoya-u.ac.jp) to get a pdf file of the extended abstracts.

Papers in JMSJ Special Edition on Mesoscale Convective Systems in East Asia

Preface for JMSJ Special Edition on Mesoscale Convective Systems in East Asia (Vol. 90, No.5, 2012)

Special Edition of Mesoscale Convective systems in East Asia
(In Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 90, No. 5. p.685-850)

Numerical Study of Precipitation Intensification and Ice-Phase Microphysical Processes in Typhoon Spiral Band
by Mitsuharu NOMURA, Kazuhisa TSUBOKI

X-Band Dual-Polarization Radar Observations of Precipitation Core Development and Structure in a Multi-Cellular Storm over Zoshigaya, Japan, on August 5, 2008
bu D.-S. KIM, M. MAKI, S. SHIMIZU, D.-l. LEE

Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of Typhoon Extreme Rainfall in Taiwan
By Shih-Hao SU, Hung-Chi KUO, Li-Huan HSU, Yi-Ting YANG

Maintenance Mechanisms of a Precipitation Band Formed along the Ibuki-Suzuka Mountains on September 2-3, 2008
By Kazuomi MOROTOMI, Taro SHINODA, Yukari SHUSSE, Takeharu KOUKETSU, Tadayasu OHIGASHI, Kazuhisa TSUBOKI, Hiroshi UYEDA, Ichiro TAMAGAWA

A Modeling Study on Tropical Cyclone Structural Changes in Response to Ambient Moisture Variations
By Yue YING, Qinghong ZHANG

Modeling Rapid Intensification of Typhoon Saomai (2006) with the Weather Research and Forecasting Model and Sensitivity to Cloud Microphysical Parameterizations
By Jie MING, Shoujuan SHU, Yuan WANG, Jianping TANG, Baojun CHEN

Impact of Sedimentation of Cloud Ice on Cloud-Top Height and Precipitation Intensity of Precipitation Systems Simulated by a Cloud-Resolving Model
By Mitsuharu NOMURA, Kazuhisa TSUBOKI, Taro SHINODA

Structure, Maintenance and Development of a Stationary Convective System Generated over a Mountain Slope Adjoining a Bay in Summer
By Tetsuya SANO, Satoru OISHI, Kengo SUNADA

Microphysical Properties of Maritime Squall Line Observed on June 2, 2008 in Taiwan
By Sung-A JUNG, Dong-In LEE, Ben Jong-Dao JOU, Hiroshi UYEDA


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