2022 - Research.com Earth Science in Japan Leader Award
2008 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Oceanography, Sea surface temperature, Indian Ocean Dipole and Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole. Teleconnection, Anomaly, Monsoon, Walker circulation and Rossby wave are among the areas of Climatology where Toshio Yamagata concentrates his study. His Oceanography study frequently involves adjacent topics like Subtropical ridge.
The various areas that he examines in his Sea surface temperature study include Hindcast, Atmosphere, Forecast skill and Thermohaline circulation. His work deals with themes such as Monsoon of South Asia, Ocean dynamics, Southern oscillation and Lead, which intersect with Indian Ocean Dipole. His work in Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole tackles topics such as Westerlies which are related to areas like Atmospheric circulation.
Toshio Yamagata spends much of his time researching Climatology, Oceanography, Indian Ocean Dipole, Sea surface temperature and Anomaly. His work in the fields of Climatology, such as Monsoon, El Niño Southern Oscillation and Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole, intersects with other areas such as Predictability. Toshio Yamagata is researching Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole as part of the investigation of Ocean heat content and Thermohaline circulation.
His is involved in several facets of Oceanography study, as is seen by his studies on Upwelling, Ocean current, Ocean general circulation model, Rossby wave and Anticyclone. The Indian Ocean Dipole study combines topics in areas such as Walker circulation and Atmospheric circulation, Atmospheric sciences. His research in Sea surface temperature focuses on subjects like Equator, which are connected to Kelvin wave.
Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Indian Ocean Dipole, Oceanography and Predictability are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation in the investigation of issues within Climatology. Toshio Yamagata usually deals with Sea surface temperature and limits it to topics linked to Tropical pacific and Atmosphere.
His studies in Indian Ocean Dipole integrate themes in fields like Walker circulation, Hindcast, Climate model and Teleconnection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dome and Equator. His research in Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole intersects with topics in Westerlies, Ocean observations and Rossby wave.
Toshio Yamagata mostly deals with Climatology, Indian Ocean Dipole, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography and Predictability. His Climatology research includes themes of Global warming and General Circulation Model. The concepts of his Indian Ocean Dipole study are interwoven with issues in Walker circulation and Mean radiant temperature.
His study in Sea surface temperature is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Indian ocean, Precipitation, Monsoon, Equator and Anticyclone. His study in Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation and Tropical pacific is done as part of Oceanography. His Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole research incorporates elements of Westerlies and Atmospheric sciences.
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A Dipole Mode in the Tropical Indian Ocean
N. H. Saji;Bhupendra Nath Goswami;Puthenveettil NarayanaMenon Vinayachandran;T. Yamagata.
El Niño Modoki and its possible teleconnection
Karumuri Ashok;Karumuri Ashok;Swadhin K. Behera;Suryachandra A. Rao;Hengyi Weng.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Impact of the Indian Ocean dipole on the relationship between the Indian monsoon rainfall and ENSO
Karumuri Ashok;Zhaoyong Guan;Toshio Yamagata.
Geophysical Research Letters (2001)
Possible impacts of Indian Ocean Dipole Mode events on global climate
N. H. Saji;T. Yamagata.
Climate Research (2003)
Impacts of recent El Niño Modoki on dry/wet conditions in the Pacific rim during boreal summer
Hengyi Weng;Karumuri Ashok;Swadhin K. Behera;Suryachandra A. Rao.
Climate Dynamics (2007)
How may tropical cyclones change in a warmer climate
Lennart Bengtsson;Lennart Bengtsson;Kevin I. Hodges;Monika Esch;Noel Keenlyside.
Tellus A (2007)
Unstable Air-Sea Interactions in the Tropics
S. G. H. Philander;T. Yamagata;R. C. Pacanowski.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1984)
Individual and Combined Influences of ENSO and the Indian Ocean Dipole on the Indian Summer Monsoon
Karumuri Ashok;Zhaoyong Guan;N. H. Saji;Toshio Yamagata.
Journal of Climate (2004)
Decadal Climate Variability in the North Pacific during the Recent Decades
H. Nakamura;G. Lin;T. Yamagata.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1997)
The El Niño with a difference
Karumuri Ashok;Toshio Yamagata.
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