A (Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences ) » A-CC Cryospheric Sciences & Cold District Environment
convener:Takayuki Nuimura(Tokyo Denki University), Ishikawa Mamoru(Hokkaido University), Kzutaka Tateyama(National University Corporation Kitami Institute of Technology), Hiroto Nagai(Waseda Univ., School of Education)
The cryosphere is a fundamental component of the earth system. It is a region where snow and ice exist in the form of glacier/ice sheet, snow cover and snowfall, frozen ground, sea ice and fresh water ice, and they play a critical role in the global environment under the interactions with atmosphere, ocean, ecosystem and others. In this session, research results on physical and chemical characteristics of snow and ice, variations and dynamics of cryospheric environment, roles of the cryosphere on the earth and other planets will be discussed broadly, regardless of the research method.
*Natsuki Muto1 (1.Department of Natural History Sciences, Hokkaido University)
*Yota Sato1, Koji Fujita1, Hiroshi Inoue2, Sojiro Sunako2, Akiko Sakai1, Akane Tsushima3, Evgeny A. Podolskiy4,5, Berthier Etienne6, Kayastha Rijan7 (1.Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, 2.National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience, 3.Meteorological Research Institute, 4. Arctic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 5.Global Station for Arctic Research, Global Institution for Collaborative Research and Education, Hokkaido University, 6.Université de Toulouse, 7. School of Science, Kathmandu University)
*Kosuke Matsumoto2, Chiyuki Narama1, Honami Watanabe3, Katsuhisa Kawashima1, Hiroshi YAGI4, Daisuke Higaki5, Akihiko Wakai6 (1.Niigata University, 2.Graduate school of Niigata University, 3.RESTEC, 4.Yamagata University, 5.Hirosaki University, 6.Gunma University)
*Konosuke Sugiura1, Hirotaka Tomita1, Kengo Watanabe1, Naohiko Hirasawa2, Kenji Kawamura2, Fumio Nakazawa2, Hiroshi Ohno3, Shuji Fujita2, Ikumi Oyabu2, Takashi Yamanouchi2, Hideaki Motoyama2 (1.University of Toyama, 2.National Institute of Polar Research, 3.Kitami Institute of Technology)
*Wataru Ikeda1, Mie Ichihara1, Ryo Honda2, Hiroshi Aoyama3, Shin'ichi Sakai1 (1.Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, 2.Mount Fuji Research Institute, Yamanashi Perfectual Government, 3.Institute of Seismology and Volcanology, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University)