A04 Integrative modeling of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, ocean, and climate

We will use multi-level modeling such as atmosphere, the ocean, and ice sheets and conduct an analysis of data by integrating from precise in-situ observation data. We aim to understand the interaction of the Antarctic and global climate change and comprehend the details of the Antarctic “tipping point”.

Principal InvestigatorAyako ABE-OUCHI The University of Tokyo
Co-InvestigatorGreve Ralf Hokkaido University
Akira OKAThe University of Tokyo
Fuyuki SAITOJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Masakazu YOSHIMORIThe University of Tokyo
Kazuya KUSAHARAJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Research CollaboratorKei YOSHIMURAThe University of Tokyo
Yoshimasa MATSUMURAThe University of Tokyo
Yoshiki KOMUROJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Jun’ichi OKUNONational Institute of Polar Research (NIPR)
Masahiro WATANABEThe University of Tokyo
Kentaro SUZUKIThe University of Tokyo
Shun TSUTAKINational Institute of Polar Research (NIPR)
Akitomo YAMAMOTOJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Sam SHERIFF-TADANOThe University of Tokyo
Hidetaka KOBAYASHI The University of Tokyo
Takashi OBASEThe University of Tokyo
Takanori KODAMAThe University of Tokyo
Masatake HORIThe University of Tokyo
Ryota OISHIThe University of Tokyo
Chan WING-LEThe University of Tokyo
Kenta SUZUKIThe University of Tokyo