1. |
Development of weakly-compressible SPH method for simulating planetary mantle convection. |

2. |
Effects of an azimuthal background magnetic field on slow waves in a stably stratified outermost Earth's core. |

3. |
Revisit of the stability of inviscid horizontal shear flows with the method of spectral deformation. |

4. |
Two-dimensional ideal MHD waves over a rotating sphere with continuous spectra of slow magnetic Rossby and Alfvén waves. |

5. |
Improving the DISPH method for simulating planetary core formation. |

6. |
Two-dimensional ideal MHD waves and the continuous Alfvén spectrum on a rotating sphere with a background toroidal magnetic field. |

7. |
Contribution to IGRF-13 from Japan: A secular variation model using a numerical dynamo model and 4DEnVar data assimilation. |

8. |
Forecasts of geomagnetic secular variation using core surface flow models (2). |

9. |
Inferring geomagnetic secular variation using MHD/kinematic dynamo modeling with data assimilation. |

10. |
Shallow water MHD waves trapped near the poles in a stably stratified outermost Earth's core. |

11. |
Shallow water MHD waves trapped in the polar regions on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field. |

12. |
Two-dimensional or shallow water MHD waves on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field. |

13. |
Shallow water MHD waves trapped in the polar regions on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field. |

14. |
The effect of an azimuthal background magnetic field on waves in a stably stratified layer at the top of the Earth's outer core. |

15. |
Equatorial waves modified by the presence of a toroidal magnetic field within the stably stratified layer at the top of the Earth’s outer core. |

16. |
The empirical mode analysis of the decadal variations in the geomagnetic Gauss coefficients. |

17. |
The boundary mode of the axially symmetric MAC wave in the stratified layer at the top of the Earth’s outer core. |

18. |
The boundary mode of axially symmetric MAC waves can exist in the stratified layer at the top of the Earth's outer core. |