(Last updated : 2022-07-15 17:47:03)
  HIDETAKA HIRATA
   Department   Department of Data Science, Faculty of Data Science
   Position   Assistant Professor (Lecturer)
■ Present specialized field
Atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences 
■ Book and thesis
1. Article Climatological features of strong winds caused by extratropical cyclones around Japan Journal of Climate 34(11),pp.4481-4494 (Single) 2021/06/01
2. Article Mesoscale precipitation systems and their role in the rapid development of a monsoon depression over the Bay of Bengal Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 146(726),pp.267-283 (Collaboration) 2020/01
3. Article Significant impact of heat supply from the Gulf Stream on a "superbomb" cyclone in January 2018 Geophysical Research Letters 46,pp.7718-7725 (Collaboration) 2019/07
4. Article Key role of the Kuroshio Current in the formation of frontal structure of an extratropical cyclone associated with heavy precipitation Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124,pp.6143-6156 (Collaboration) 2019/06
5. Article A positive feedback process related to the rapid development of an extratropical cyclone over the Kuroshio/Kuroshio Extension Monthly Weather Review 146,pp.417-433 (Collaboration) 2018/02
6. Article A positive feedback process between tropical cyclone intensity and the moisture conveyor belt assessed with Lagrangian diagnostics Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 122(12),pp.502-521 (Collaboration) 2017/12
7. Article Response of rapidly developing extratropical cyclones to sea surface temperature variations over the western Kuroshio-Oyashio confluence region Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121,pp.3843-3858 (Collaboration) 2016/04
8. Article Influential role of moisture supply from the Kuroshio/Kuroshio Extension in the rapid development of an extratropical cyclone Monthly Weather Review 143,pp.4126-4144 (Collaboration) 2015/10
9. Article Large-scale vapor transport of remotely evaporated seawater by a Rossby wave response to typhoon forcing during the Baiu/Meiyu season as revealed by the JRA-55 reanalysis Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119,pp.8825-8838 (Collaboration) 2014/07
10. Article Scale interaction between typhoons and the North Pacific subtropical high and associated remote effects during the Baiu/Meiyu season  119,pp.5157-5170 (Collaboration) 2014/05
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■ Book and thesis
1. Book Tropical and Extra-tropical Air-Sea Interactions: Modes of Climate Variations (Swadhin Behera Ed)   (Collaboration) 2021
2. Other A possible interaction between the North Pacific high and tropical cyclones in northern summer Proceedings of The Third International MAHASRI/HyARC Workshop on Asian Monsoon and Water Cycle  (Collaboration) 2013/08
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2021/06/12 Processes leading to the response of explosive cyclones to the Kuroshio Large Meander (International workshop for mid-latitude air-sea interaction: advancing predictive understanding of regional climate variability and change across timescales)
2. 2020/12/18 Response of a monsoon depression to SST anomalies over the Bay of Bengal (Workshop: Approaches for Hydrospheric-Atmospheric Environmental Studies in Asia-Oceania)
3. 2020/12/10 Response of the intensity of explosively developing extratropical cyclones to the cold eddy associated with the Kuroshio large meander (AGU Fall Meeting 2020)
4. 2020/02/17 Why do explosive cyclones frequently occur over warm ocean currents?: An answer to this mystery (Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020)
5. 2019/08/29 Meso-scale precipitation systems and their role in the rapid development of a monsoon depression over the Bay of Bengal (AsiaPEX Kickoff conference)
6. 2019/07/19 Studies on the impact of warm ocean currents on "bomb" cyclones using the Earth Simulator (APL Guest Seminar)
7. 2019/05/27 Impact of the Kuroshio front on frontal structure of an extratropical cyclone associated with heavy precipitation (Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019)
8. 2018/10/25 A key role of the Kuroshio in the formation of a non-classical frontal structure of an extratropical cyclone associated with heavy precipitation (Joint mini-workshop of Kuo-Lab. (NTU) and Tsuboki-Lab. (NU))
9. 2018/06/15 Impact of latent/sensible heat supply from the Gulf Stream on a powerful bomb cyclone in the early of January 2018 (5th Meso-meteorology seminar)
10. 2017/12/11 A positive feedback process between tropical cyclone intensity and the moisture conveyor belt assessed with Lagrangian diagnostics (American Geophysical Union 2017 Fall Meeting)
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■ Academic background
1. 2014/04~2017/03 〔Doctorial Course〕 Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Kyushu University, Completed, Ph.D.'s
2. 2012/04~2014/03 〔Master Course〕 Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Kyushu University, Completed, M.Sc.
3. 2008/04~2012/03 Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Toyama, Graduated, B.Sc.