Jun Matsumoto mainly focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Monsoon, East Asian Monsoon and Climate change. His Climatology research focuses on El Niño Southern Oscillation in particular. Jun Matsumoto focuses mostly in the field of Precipitation, narrowing it down to topics relating to Dry season and, in certain cases, Winter monsoon.
His Monsoon research includes elements of Westerlies and Range. His Climate change research integrates issues from ERA-40 and Atmospheric pressure. His study on BENGAL, Trade wind and Tropical cyclone is often connected to Winter time as part of broader study in Oceanography.
Jun Matsumoto mainly focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Monsoon, Oceanography and Wet season. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Period and Surge. His Surge research includes themes of Flood myth and Anomaly.
His research in Precipitation focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are connected to Subtropical ridge. Jun Matsumoto combines subjects such as Trough, Bay and Troposphere with his study of Monsoon. Wet season is closely attributed to Dry season in his study.
Jun Matsumoto mainly investigates Climatology, Monsoon, Precipitation, Tropical cyclone and East Asian Monsoon. His research integrates issues of Oceanography, Surge and Wet season in his study of Climatology. His Wet season research incorporates elements of Subtropical ridge and Tropical wave.
His work on Monsoon trough as part of general Monsoon research is frequently linked to Seasonality, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The various areas that he examines in his Precipitation study include Climate change and Diurnal cycle. He has researched Tropical cyclone in several fields, including Winter monsoon, Sea surface temperature and Vorticity.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Precipitation, Monsoon, Climate change and Tropical cyclone. His research on Climatology often connects related areas such as Climate shift. In general Precipitation, his work in Tropical rainfall is often linked to Observational evidence and Tropics linking many areas of study.
In the field of Monsoon, his study on Monsoon trough overlaps with subjects such as Southeast asian. His Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sea breeze and Urban heat island. His Tropical cyclone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Westerlies, Wind shear, Subtropical ridge and Surge.
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Summer Monsoon over the Asian Continent and Western North Pacific
Takio Murakami;Jun Matsumoto.
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (1994)
Spatial and Temporal Variations of the Rainy Season over Indonesia and their Link to ENSO
Jun-Ichi Hamada;Manabu D Yamanaka;Jun Matsumoto;Shoichiro Fukao.
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (2002)
Seasonal transition of summer rainy season over indochina and adjacent monsoon region
Advances in Atmospheric Sciences (1997)
Diurnal Variations of Convective Activity and Rainfall in Tropical Asia
Teruo Ohsawa;Hiromasa Ueda;Taiichi Hayashi;Akira Watanabe.
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (2001)
The relationship between the isotopic content of precipitation and the precipitation amount in tropical regions
Naoyuki Kurita;Kimpei Ichiyanagi;Jun Matsumoto;Jun Matsumoto;Manabu D. Yamanaka.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2009)
The Seasonal Changes in Asian and Australian Monsoon Regions
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (1992)
Trends in Precipitation Extremes over Southeast Asia
Nobuhiko Endo;Jun Matsumoto;Jun Matsumoto;Tun Lwin.
A Comparison of Summer Sea Level Pressure over East Eurasia between NCEP-NCAR Reanalysis and ERA-40 for the Period 1960-99
Tomoshige Inoue;Jun Matsumoto.
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (2004)
Collaborative Effects of Cold Surge and Tropical Depression Type Disturbance on Heavy Rainfall in Central Vietnam
Satoru Yokoi;Jun Matsumoto.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
Rainfall on the Meghalaya plateau in northeastern India—one of the rainiest places in the world
Fumie Murata;Taiichi Hayashi;Jun Matsumoto;Haruhisa Asada.
Natural Hazards (2007)
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