For understanding and predicting about an environmental system as a complex systems including many factors quantitatively, numerical simulation is absolutely necessary tool. In this course,
(1)Aatmospheric environments (urban/regional scale meteorology)
(2) Water environments (coastal and groundwater environments)
(3) Global environments (global scale ocean, atmosphere and watershed system)
The aims of this course are (1) to understand latest achievements in each field of environmental modeling and (2) to learn how to apply the numerical simulations of environments to real research fields. Through this course students are expected to acquire how to apply modeling and numerical simulation technique to their own research.
By the end of this course, students will be able to understand latest achievements in each field of environmental modeling, and will be able to learn how to apply the numerical simulations of environments to real research fields.
Numerical simulation, Atmospheric environments, Water environments, Global environments
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures are omnibus style about each topic by invited experts. In the later part, literature searching about a selected topic from above lectures is conducted, and students are required to summarize in a report.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Guidance, Introduction||Guidance, Introduction to numerical simulation of environments|
|Class 2||Urban/regional scale meteorology (1): Numerical simulation of urban thermal environment||Understand numerical simulation of urban thermal environemnt and its application|
|Class 3||Urban/regional scale meteorology (2): Meso/micro scale weather forecast||Understand meso/micro scale weather forecast and its application|
|Class 4||Urban/regional scale meteorology (3): Numerical simulation of atmospheric air pollution||Understand numerical simulation of atmospheric air pollution and its application|
|Class 5||Urban/regional scale meteorology (4): Application of geographic information system and remote sensing||Understand application of geographic information system and remote sensing technique to numerical simulations of environments|
|Class 6||Urban/regional scale meteorology (5): Numerical simulation of urban atmospheric environment and environmental disaster||Understand numerical simulation of urban atmospheric environment and environemntal disaster, and its application|
|Class 7||Land hydrological environments : Numerical simulation of regional water and material circulations||Understand numerical simulation of water and material circulation and its application|
|Class 8||Coastal environments (1): Numerical simulation of wave and current on coastal area||Understand numerical simulation of wave and current on coastal area and its application|
|Class 9||Coastal environments (2): Ecosystem modeling for shallow water environments||Understand ecosystem modeling for shallow water environments and its application|
|Class 10||Coastal environments (3): Modeling coral reef ecosystem||Understand modeling coral reef ecosystem and its application|
|Class 11||Global environments (1): Numerical simulation of global warming||Understand numerical simulation of global warming and its application|
|Class 12||Global environments (2): Numerical simulation of global-scale water resource management and water disaster||Understand numerical simulation of global-scale water resource management and water disaster, and its application|
|Class 13||Global environments (3): Ecosystem modeling on global ocean system||Understand ecosystem modeling on global ocean system and its application|
|Class 14||Literature searching (1)||Understand a selected topic deeply from above lectures by literature searching.|
|Class 15||Literature searching (2)||Understand a selected topic deeply from above lectures by literature searching.|
Handout will be distributed at beginning of class.
Learning achievement is evaluated by reports.