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Expert NameDr. Masato Shinoda
TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionDepartment of Geography
InstitutionTokyo Metropolitan University
CityTottori
CountryJapan
Telephone81 426 77 25 97
Emailshinoda(at)alrc.tottori-u.ac.jp
Work Experience1. Participated as a climatologist in the four scientific field research projects on the following subjects, with the financial assistance of the Grant for the International Scientific Researchers by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture. - Savannization processes in tropical Africa (Kenya, Cameroon: 1990) - Land degradation on the south side of the Sahara (Niger, Burkina Faso: 1993) - Human response to climate events in dry savanna Africa (Niger, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Benin: 1995-97) - Human response to drastic change of environments in Africa (Niger, Chad: 1998- ) 2. Project leader of the joint research program on "Soil moisture measurement in Niger", in collaboration with Direction de la Meteorologie Nationale, Niger (1995-2001), with the financial assistance of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, Tokyo Metroplitan University and Sumitomo Foundation 3. Scientific research project in Algeria on "Desert climate of the Sahara"
QualificationsDoctor of Science. A climatological study on drought in the semi-arid region of Africa, University of Tokyo, 1991
Number of Publications73
Awards
Other ActivitiesContributor to "Observed climate variability and change" In Houghton J.T. and L.G.M. Filho B, A. Callander, N. Harris, A. Kattenberg and K. Maskell eds: Climate Change 1995: The Science of Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 133-192, 1996
Publications1. Shinoda, M., and M. Gamo, 1998: Influence of persistent vegetation anomalies on the Sahelian drought; Re-examination of the Charney hypothesis. Submitted to J. Climate 2. Shinoda, M., 1998: Desertification and drought. Submitted to Global Environmental Research 3. Shinoda, M., and R. Kawamura, 1994: Tropical rainbelt circulation and sea surface temperatures associated with the Sahelian rainfall trend. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 72. 613-624 4. Shinoda, M., 1995: Seasonal phase lag between rainfall and vegetation activity in tropical Africa as revealed by NOAA satellite data. Int. J. Climatology. 15, 639-656 5. Shinoda, M., T. Okatani and M. Saloum, 1998: Diurnal variations over Niger in the West African Sahel; A comparison between wet and dry years. Int. J. Climatology, In press
DisciplineOther
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