Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameYASUNARI, Teppei
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival day2008-04-01
Leaving the office day2009-03-30
Year of Birth1979
Academic CareerEarth System Science, Hokkaido University, Ph.D.Course(2008)
Geoscience, Hokkaido University, M.Course(2005)
Earth Science, Hirosaki University, BS (Science and Technology)(2003)
Professional CareerResearcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2008)
Research Assistant, Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University(2007)
The 21st COE Research Assistant, Institute of Low Temperature Science (Graduate School of Environmental Science), Hokkaido University (2005)
Higher DegreesD.Sc(Hokkaido University,2008)
M.Sc(Hokkaido University,2005)
Fields of SpecializationMeteorology
glaciology
climatology
Academic Society MembershipsAmerican Geophysical Union(AGU)
International Glaciological Society(IGS)
Meteorological Society of Japan(MSJ)
Japanese Society of Snow and Ice(JSSI)
AwardsThe Nakaya Ukichiro Science Incentive Award (Kaga city, Japan)(2009.2)
Half-exemption from repayment upon graduation for graduate school students with outstanding results (JASSO, Japan)(2008)

 

Papers

【Original Articles】

Yasunari, T. J. and Yamazaki, K. 2009,02 Impacts of Asian dust storm associated with the stratosphere-to-troposphere transport in the spring of 2001 and 2002 on dust and tritium variations in Mount Wrangell ice core, Alaska. Atmos. Environ. 43:2582-2590. DOI:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2009.02.025 (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Yasunari, T. J., Shiraiwa, T., Matoba, S., Sasaki, H., and Goto-Azuma K. Dust variations in the past three decades in the North Pacific refion “The deposition amount of Asian dust in April 2001 was large” . Spring meeting of Meteorological Society of Japan in 2009, November 2008, Sendai, Japan. (in Japanese)

【Poster Presentation】

Yasunari, T. J., Yamazaki, K., Shiraiwa, T., and Hondoh, T. Importance of spring cyclonic activities in East Asia on Asian dust storm and the Stratosphere-to-Troposphere transport. First International Conference: From Deserts to Monsoons, June 2008, Crete, Greece.

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Teppei J. Yasunari What is the ice core? “To know Asian dust and stratospheric materials”. Commemorative lecture on the Nakaya Ukichiro Science Incentive Award 2009, February 2009, Kaga, Japan. (in Japanese)

Teppei J. Yasunari Alaskan ice core tells us the information of Asian dust and the stratosphere-troposphere transport in the past three decades. special lecture in devision of Earth and Planetary Science in Graduate School of Science, October 2008, Kyoto University. (in Japanese)

Yasunari,T.J., Shiraiwa, T., Matoba, S., and Sasaki, H. Comment on deposition monitoring “Dust variations in the free troposphere in the North Pacific region from case studies to seasonal and interannual variations”. Workshop on elucidating the movement of dust, September 2008, Nagoya, Japan. (in Japanese)