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The 2nd Nagoya Workshop on the Relationship between Solar Activity and Climate Changes (2nd announcement)

The 2nd Nagoya Workshop on the Relationship between
Solar Activity and Climate Changes (2nd announcement)

 We are pleased to announce The 2nd Nagoya Workshop on the Relationship between Solar Activity and Climate Changes. This Workshop aims to promote the interdisciplinary discussion about topics related to the relationship between solar activity and terrestrial climate variability. It covers the long-term change in the Sun and heliosphere, and its direct and indirect influences upon the Earth, including the atmosphere and climate. The Workshop consists of invited talks by distinguished speakers, contributed talks, and discussions. We welcome anyone who is interested in any topics on solar activity and climate changes.

* Date: 16-17 January, 2012

* Workshop Venue: Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University (Nagoya, Japan)
  (bldg. E3-1 in http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/global-info/access-map/higashiyama/)
 Access map http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/global-info/access-map/access/

* Topics:
  - Variation of the sunspot activity and the heliospheric environment
- Variation of solar irradiation and its impact on climate
- Solar variability in paleoclimate
- Influence of high energy particles on cloud and climate
- Solar impact on the upper atmosphere
- Solar impact on the stratosphere and troposphere

* Organizing Committee:
K. Kusano (STEL, Nagoya Univ.)
Y. Matsumi (STEL, Nagoya Univ.)
K. Kodera (STEL, Nagoya Univ.)
K. Masuda (STEL, Nagoya Univ.)
T. Nakatsuka (Graduate School of Environment Studies, Nagoya Univ.)
T. Yasunari (HyARC, Nagoya Univ.)

* Registration:
 Onsite registration is available on the workshop venue. This workshop is free of charge except for banquet.

 

 

 

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* Science Program:
January 16 (Mon), 2012
 9:30-10:00   Registration
     
Session I: Opening and Keynote Talk (Chair: Kanya KUSANO)
 10:00-10:10   Welcome  Yutaka MATSUMI (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
 10:10-11:00   Judith LEAN (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
 (Keynote Talk)   Variations in Solar Irradiance and Climate
     
Session II: Solar & Heliospheric Activity (Chair: Kanya KUSANO)
 11:00-11:45   Leif SVALGAARD (Stanford Univ., USA)
 (Invited Talk)   The Long-term Variation of Solar Activity
 11:45-12:00   Munetoshi TOKUMARU (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Long-term Evolution of the Global Solar Wind Structure
 12:00-12:15   Ayumi ASAI (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
Long-term Variation of Solar UV/EUV Emission Derived by Full-Disk Solar Images
 12:15-12:30   Session Discussion
     
 12:30-12:40   Workshop Photo
 12:40-14:10   Lunch
     
Session III: Cosmic Ray and its Influence (Chair: Kimiaki MASUDA)
 14:10-14:35   Martin BODKER ENGHOFF & Henrik SVENSMARK (National Space Institute, Denmark)
Effects of Cosmic Ray Decreases on Cloud Microphysics
 14:35-14:55   Hiroko MIYAHARA (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
Effects of Galactic Cosmic Rays on Weather and Climate
 14:55-15:15   Shigeo TOMITA (Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan)
Correlation between Consumption of SO2 and Nucleation Rate in N2/H2O/SO2 by Irradiation of 20 MeV Protons
 15:15-15:30   Session Discussion
     
 15:30-16:00   Oral Presentation for Posters (1 min each)
 16:00-17:30   Poster Session
     
 17:30-18:00   Break
 18:00-20:00   Banquet (at Restaurant HANANOKI in Nagoya University)
     
January 17 (Tue), 2012
     
Session IV: Stratospheric Dynamics and Chemistry (Chair: Tetsuzo YASUNARI)
 9:30-10:15   Kunihiko KODERA (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
 (Invited Talk)   Solar Influence on the Earth's Surface through Stratospheric Dynamical Processes
 10:15-10:30   Yousuke YAMASHITA (National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan)
Effects of the 11-year Solar Cycle and the Quasi-biennial Oscillation on the Northern Hemisphere Stratosphere and Troposphere in the JRA-25 Reanalysis Data and CCSR/NIES CCM
 10:30-10:45   Yuhji KURODA (Meteorological Research Institute, Japan)
Role of Ultra-violet Radiation on the Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling of the Southern Annular Mode
 10:45-11:00   Session Discussion
     
 11:00-11:20   Break
     
Session V: GCM (Chair: Tetsuzo YASUNARI)
 11:20-12:05   Adam SCAIFE (Met Office Hadley Centre, UK)
 (Invited Talk)   Solar Variability Influence on the Troposphere and Surface Climate
 12:05-12:20   Wataru OHFUCHI (JAMSTEC, Japan)
A Study of 3-D Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Model for Cosmoclimatology
 12:20-12:30   Session Discussion
     
 12:30-14:00   Lunch
     
Session VI: Millennium Variability and Extreme Events (Chair: Takeshi NAKATSUKA)
 14:00-14:15   Yasushi MURAKI (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Solar Variability of Grand Minima Estimated from Annual Growth Rates of the Tree Rings
 14:15-14:30   Yasuhiko YAMAGUCHI (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
Synchronized Northern Hemisphere Climate Change and Solar Magnetic Cycles During the Maunder Minimum
 14:30-14:45   Takuro KOBASHI (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan)
Solar Influence on Greenland Temperature Anomalies over the Last 1000 Years
 14:45-15:00   Yuko MOTIZUKI (RIKEN, Japan)
Nitrate Ion Concentrations Observed in an Antarctic Dome-Fuji Ice Core and its Implications for the Solar Activity Cycles in the 10th and 11th Centuries
 15:00-15:15   Ryuho KATAOKA (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Snowball Earth Events Driven by a Starburst of the Milky Way Galaxy
 15:15-15:30   Session Discussion
     
Session VII: Discussion and Closing (Chair: Kanya KUSANO)
 15:30-16:15   Workshop Discussion
 16:15-16:20   Closing
     

Poster Presentations

(01)     Yoichiro HANAOKA (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Long-term Synoptic Observation of the Sun by the Solar Observatory of the NAOJ

(02)     Daiko SHIOTA (RIKEN, Japan)
Yearly Variation of Magnetic Field in the Solar Polar Regions Observed with Hinode

(03)     Naoto NISHIZUKA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan)
Relationship between Prominence Eruption and Particle Acceleration in a Solar Flare with 3D MHD Simulation

(04)     Kiyoto SHIBASAKI (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Radio Imaging Observations of Solar Activity Cycle and its Anomaly

(05)     Kazuyuki HAKAMADA (Chubu Univ., Japan)
Long-term Variations of Three-dimensional Structure of the Coronal Magnetic Field

(06)     Takeru SUZUKI (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Solar Wind in the Past

(07)     Ashtosh SHRIVASTAVA (Jiwaji Univ., India)
Interplanetary Transient Flows and Associated Space Weather Effects

(08)     Norimichi MASHIKO (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan)
High Time Resolution Digitization of Analog Magnetograms Useful for Investigations of Solar Activities

(09)     Yasuhiro MINAMOTO (Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan)
100 Years of Geomagnetic Observations at KAKIOKA - As an Index of Solar Activity

(10)     Bogyeong KIM (Chungnam National Univ., Korea)
Solar Cycle Variation of Solar, Interplanetary, and Geomagnetic Parameters

(11)     Hwa Jin CHOI (Chungnam National Univ., Korea)
Relationship between Activity Cycle and Brightness Variation of Solar Type Stars

(12)     Subhash C. KAUSHIK (Jiwaji Univ., India)
GLEs and Their Space Weather Aspects during Solar Cycle 23

(13)     Shohei HATTORI (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
An Isotope View on Ionising Radiation as a Source of Sulphuric Acid

(14)     Ryohei SUZUKI (Tokyo Institute of Technology / JAMSTEC, Japan), & Wataru OHFUCHI (JAMSTEC, Japan)
The Effect on Climate Induced by Cloud Properties Variation

(15)     Akira MIZUNO (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Millimeter-wave Observation to Detect the Influence of Energetic Particle Precipitation on the Middle Atmosphere over Syowa Station

(16)     Takashi WATANABE (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Activity of WDC for Cosmic Rays in Research of Solar-Climate Connections

(17)     Atsuki SHINBORI (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
Long-term Variation in the Upper Atmosphere as Seen in the Amplitude of the Geomagnetic Solar Quiet Daily Variation

(18) Kentaro SEKIGUCHI (RIKEN, Japan)
A Simulation Study of Stratospheric Chemical Reactions Induced by Astronomical Ionizing Events

(19)     Kiyotaka SHIBATA (Meteorological Research Institute, Japan)
Solar Signals in MRI-CCM Simulations under Transient Forcings for SST and GHGs but a Perpetual Solar Max Condition

(20)     Il-Hyun CHO (Univ. of Science and Technology, Korea)
Changes in SLP over South Korea Associated with HSE

(21)     Yasuyuki AONO (Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan)
Change in Temperature Reconstructions Deduced from Plant Phenologies Recorded by Japanese Historical Archives, and its Correspondence with Solar Variation.

(22)     Fujio KUMON (Shinshu Univ., Japan)
Paleoclimate Reconstruction for the Last 72 ka Based on Total Organic Carbon Contents and Pollen Compositions of the Drilled Sediment Cores in Lake Nojiri, Central Japan

(23)     Seong Suk LEE (Chungnam National Univ., Korea)
The Long Term Variation of Temperature Changes in the Cities of Korean Peninsula

(24)     Yoichi NAKAI (RIKEN, Japan)
Verification of Significance for Solar Cycles in 14C-concentration Variation by Consideration of Measurement Uncertainty

(25)     Masanobu YAMAMOTO (Hokkaido Univ. Japan)
 The 900, 1500 and 2500-year Oscillations of the Kuroshio-Oyashio Boundary during the Holocene


* Host Institutes:
Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STEL), Nagoya University
Study consortium for Earth-Life Interactive System (SELIS), Nagoya University

* Contact:
Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
E-mail: secret1@stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp
Phone: +81-52-747-6414
Fax: +81-52-789-5787

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