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Hiroyuki Murakami Last Updated: Dec 21 2017
Education
Ph. D. Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, JapanMar 2011
M.Sc. Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, JapanMar 2000
B. Sc. Earth Sciences, Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, JapanMar 1998
Professional Experience
Princeton University, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS)Apr 2014 - NowAssociate Research Scholar
Meteorological Research Institute (MRI)Apr 2012 - NowVisiting Scientist
University of Hawaii at Manoa, International Pacific Research Center (IPRC)Apr 2012 - Mar 2014Postdoctoral Fellow
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) /Meteorological Research Institute (MRI)Apr 2010 - Mar 2012Project Researcher
Advanced Earth Science & Technology Organization (AESTO) /Meteorological Research Institute (MRI)Sep 2007 - Mar 2010Project Researcher
Advanced Earth Science & Technology Organization (AESTO)/Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), JapanOct 2002 - Mar 2007Project Researcher
Professional Engineer on Environmental Assessment, Asia Air Survey Co., Ltd., JapanApr 2000 - May 2002Professional Engineer
Academic Activity
Contributing Member, US CLIVAR Hurricane Working Group2012 - Now
Contributing Author, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Scientific Assessment2011 - 2013
Japan Meteorological Society, member2004 - Now
American Geophysical Society, member2010 - Now
American Meteorological Society, member2010 - Now
Award and Achievements
GFDL Outstanding Scientific Paper AwardSep 2016
GFDL Climate Variations and Predictability Group, 2015 Publication of the YearApr 2016
Cover Article, Nature Climate ChangeAug 2013

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Coastal Engineering Award from Coastal Engineering Committee, JSCENov 2012
Highlighted in NatureJun 2012

Cyclones on the move

Plaque for the outstanding keynote lecturer at the opening session of the 5th Korea-Japan-China Joint Conference on MeteorologyOct 2011
Reviewer
Peer Review Journals:

Nature (1), Nature Climate Change (1), Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2), Journal of Climate (22), Climate Dynamics (5), Geophysical Research Letters (4), Journal of Geophysical Research -Atmosphere (2), Journal of Geophysical Research- Oceans (2), Monthly Weather Review (1), Climatic Change (1), Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans (2), Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan (3), SOLA (2), Asian Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Science (1), Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans (1), Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (1), Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (1), Science Advances (1), Tellus A (1), International Journal of Climatology (1), GFDL Internal Review (13)

Funded Project:

NOAA Panel Review (1)

Media Interview
India Climate DialogueDec 2017"Climate change will cause more cyclones in Arabian Sea"

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Princeton PEI NewsDec 2017"Birth of a storm in the Arabian Sea validates climate model"

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New ScientistNov 2017“Climate change blamed for Arabian Sea’s unexpected hurricanes”

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The New York TimesSep 2016”Hurricane Season Is Heading Up. So Is the Planet. Coincidence?”

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The New York TimesNov 2015“Scientists Study Links Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather”

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NHK (Japanese National TV program)Sep 2015“Mega Disaster”

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Climate CentralAug 2015“Hawaii May Say ‘Aloha’ to More Hurricanes”

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KGMB (Hawaiian TV Program)May 2013“More Cyclones?”

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Discovery NewsMay 2013” Hawaii in Climate Change Bullseye”

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Summit County Citizens VoiceMay 2013”Global warming: More hurricanes in Hawaii?”

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NatureasiaMay 2013”Shifting storm tracks”

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NatureasiaMay 2013”Shifting storm tracks”

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Science DailyMay 2013” More hurricanes for Hawaii?”

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ClimateWireMay 2013” Hawaii will get twice as many cyclones by century's end –study”

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