Kyushu University Academic Staff Educational and Research Activities Database
List of Reports
Kaoru Ichikawa Last modified date:2019.06.13

Associate Professor / Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Department of Earth System Science and Technology, Environmental Metrology / Division of Earth Environment Dynamics / Research Institute for Applied Mechanics


Reports
1. Mesoscale variations of the ocean bottom pressure around Japan as seen in the ECCO model, K. Ichikawa and R. Otsuka, Proceedings of the Symposium "Japanese satellite gravity mission", 13.1-8., [URL].
2. High-frequency responses of the barotropic ocean, S. Yoshida, N. Hirose, K. Ichikawa and S. Aoki, Proceedings of the Symposium for satellite gravity mission to observe "flow" of the earth, 154-160..
3. Is satellite gravity mission necessary to observe deep-sea currents?, K. Ichikawa, H. Yamamoto, H. Uchida, M. Fukasawa, D. Ambe, Proceedings of the Symposium for satellite gravity mission to observe "flow" of the earth, 161-166..
4. Response of the global barotropic ocean model to atmspheric fluctuations, S. Yoshida, N. Hirose, K. Ichikawa and S. Aoki, Proceedings of the Symposium
"Accurate satellite positioning: A break-through by satellite gravity mission for studying dynamics of the ocean"


for satellite gravity mission to observe "flow" of the earth, 154-160..
5. Okinawa is Sandwiched by Two Currents -Confirmed by long-term mooring observations southeast of Okinawa Island-, K. Ichikawa, H. Ichikawa and X.-H. Zhu, Frontier Newsletter, 4-5, 24, Jan., 2004..
6. The Ocean from the Space, K. Ichikawa, Japanese Scientific Monthly.
7. Observing eddies and the Kuroshio by bumps in the ocean measuring from the space, K. Ichikawa, "th Earth seen from the Space" Proceedings of the 16th "University and Science" Symposium.
8. Satellite Oceanography, K. Ichikawa, Oceanography in Japan, special issue for the 60th anniversary.
9. Oceanography after the GRACE mission, K. Ichikawa, Proceedings of Symposium "New age for satellite gravity observations and satellite altimetry".
10. Seasonal variations of sea and grand levels in the east Antarctic coastal areas, S. Aoki, K. Ichikawa and T. Ozawa, Proceedings of Symposium "New Age for satellite gravity observations and satellite altimetry".
11. Japanese Coastal Ocean Predictability Experiment; preliminary experiment at the PN line west of Amami-Ohshima Island, X.-H. Zhu, J.-H. Park, A. Kaneko, A. Ostrovskii, K. Takeuchi, T. Yamagata, N. Gohda, S. Umatani, M. Konda, A. Isobe, K. Ichikawa, H. Ichikawa, I.-S. Han, K. Murakami, S. Shiraishi, JAMSTEC Report.
12. Precision and resolution of the marine geoid required from the oceanography, K. Ichikawa, Proceedings of Symposium "Satellite altimetry and satellite gravity missions in new age".
13. Kaoru Ichikawa, Coastal impacts of offshore meso-scale eddies through the Kuroshio variation, シンポジウム「21世紀の衛星アルティメトリー」プロシーディングス, 87-95, 2000.03.
14. Proceedings of Symposium "Studies on ocean and solid earth using satellite altimetry".
15. Steric height changes due to horizontal heat transport, K. Ichikawa, Proceedings of Symposium "Studies on ocean and solid earth using satellite altimetry".
16. Asimilation of satellite altimetry data into a 1.5-layer model of the western North Pacific, R. Sasaki, M. Kubota, K. Ichikawa and T. Kuragano, Proceedings of Symposimum "Studies on ocean and solid earth using satellite altimetry".
17. Variations of the Kuroshio in the Tokara Strait as seen by satellite altimetry, K. Ichikawa, T. Shimizu, H. Akiyama, A. Ohtomo, Proceedings of Symposium "Studies on ocean and solid earth based on satellite altimetry".