Takeshi Horinouchi
Takeshi Horinouchi
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The quasi‐biennial oscillation
MP Baldwin, LJ Gray, TJ Dunkerton, K Hamilton, PH Haynes, WJ Randel, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 39 (2), 179-229, 2001
Tropical cumulus convection and upward-propagating waves in middle-atmospheric GCMs
T Horinouchi, S Pawson, K Shibata, U Langematz, E Manzini, ...
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 60 (22), 2765-2782, 2003
Convectively generated mesoscale gravity waves simulated throughout the middle atmosphere
T Horinouchi, T Nakamura, J Kosaka
Geophysical Research Letters 29 (21), 3-1-3-4, 2002
Large stationary gravity wave in the atmosphere of Venus
T Fukuhara, M Futaguchi, GL Hashimoto, T Horinouchi, T Imamura, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (2), 85-88, 2017
Convective impact on temperatures observed near the tropical tropopause
SC Sherwood, T Horinouchi, HA Zeleznik
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 60 (15), 1847-1856, 2003
Wave–mean flow interaction associated with a QBO-like oscillation simulated in a simplified GCM
T Horinouchi, S Yoden
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 55 (4), 502-526, 1998
Overview of Venus orbiter, Akatsuki
M Nakamura, T Imamura, N Ishii, T Abe, T Satoh, M Suzuki, M Ueno, ...
Earth, planets and space 63 (5), 443-457, 2011
AKATSUKI returns to Venus
M Nakamura, T Imamura, N Ishii, T Abe, Y Kawakatsu, C Hirose, T Satoh, ...
Earth, Planets and Space 68 (1), 1-10, 2016
Performance of the Meteolabor “Snow White” chilled-mirror hygrometer in the tropical troposphere: Comparisons with the Vaisala RS80 A/H-Humicap sensors
M Fujiwara, M Shiotani, F Hasebe, H Vömel, SJ Oltmans, PW Ruppert, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 20 (11), 1534-1542, 2003
Sea-breeze circulation over Jakarta, Indonesia: A climatology based on boundary layer radar observations
TW Hadi, T Horinouchi, T Tsuda, H Hashiguchi, S Fukao
Monthly Weather Review 130 (9), 2153-2166, 2002
Turbulence at the tropopause due to breaking Kelvin waves observed by the Equatorial Atmosphere Radar
M Fujiwara, MK Yamamoto, H Hashiguchi, T Horinouchi, S Fukao
Geophysical research letters 30 (4), 2003
Kelvin‐Helmholtz instability around the tropical tropopause observed with the Equatorial Atmosphere Radar
MK Yamamoto, M Fujiwara, T Horinouchi, H Hashiguchi, S Fukao
Geophysical research letters 30 (9), 2003
Mean winds at the cloud top of Venus obtained from two-wavelength UV imaging by Akatsuki
T Horinouchi, T Kouyama, YJ Lee, S Murakami, K Ogohara, M Takagi, ...
Earth, Planets and Space 70 (1), 1-19, 2018
Kelvin wave activity and the quasi-biennial oscillation in the equatorial lower stratosphere
M Shiotani, T Horinouchi
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 71 (1), 175-182, 1993
Topographical and local time dependence of large stationary gravity waves observed at the cloud top of Venus
T Kouyama, T Imamura, M Taguchi, T Fukuhara, TM Sato, A Yamazaki, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (24), 12,098-12,105, 2017
Modulation of the midlatitude ionospheric E region by atmospheric gravity waves through polarization electric field
T Yokoyama, T Horinouchi, M Yamamoto, S Fukao
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 109 (A12), 2004
Equatorial jet in the lower to middle cloud layer of Venus revealed by Akatsuki
T Horinouchi, S Murakami, T Satoh, J Peralta, K Ogohara, T Kouyama, ...
Nature geoscience 10 (9), 646-651, 2017
Influence of upper tropospheric disturbances on the synoptic variability of precipitation and moisture transport over summertime East Asia and the northwestern Pacific
T Horinouchi
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 92 (6), 519-541, 2014
Excitation of transient waves by localized episodic heating in the tropics and their propagation into the middle atmosphere
T Horinouchi, S Yoden
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 74 (2), 189-210, 1996
Improved automatic estimation of winds at the cloud top of Venus using superposition of cross-correlation surfaces
S Ikegawa, T Horinouchi
Icarus 271, 98-119, 2016
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