第2回 国際 雪・雪崩シンポジウム in ニセコ



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ニセコ雪崩ミーティング (18:30 開始)

第T部「雪崩発生予測の最前線」

ニセコの冬の気象
半田晋二郎(日本気象協会)

Avalanche hazard forecasting by Meteo-France
Pascal Hagenmuller (フランス気象局) 通訳あり

Snow avalanche warning in Switzerland: Tradition and Technology
Michael Lening (スイス雪・雪崩研究所、スイス連邦工科大学ローザンヌ校)通訳あり

防災科学技術研究所による雪崩予測について
山口 悟(防災科学技術研究所)

第U部 ディスカッション 司会:新谷暁生



Workshop on “SNOW PHYSICS”
積雪の物理に関するワークショップ


Saturday, December 8
wet snow
9:10 “Introduction of snow physics studies by NIED” Satoru Yamaguchi (NIED)
9:40 " Experimental study on water infiltration into snowpack" Hiroki Tsuji (Nagoya Univ.)
10:10 "Observation of fingering flow and lateral flow development in layered dry snowpack by using MRI" Takafumi Katsushima (FFPRI)
10:40 - 11:00 Break
11:00 "Comparison between a 3D water transport model and SNOWPACK for liquid water infiltration with preferential flow" Hiroyuki Hirashima (NIED)
11:30 "Improving the simulation of capillary pressure in snow with a non-equilibrium Richards equation model" Nicolas Romain Leroux (Univ. of Saskatchewan )
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 "Estimation of Effective Porosity of Seasonal Snow" Hayato Arakawa (NIED)
14:00 " An investigation on crystal shape of artificial surface hoar crystals" Toshihiro Ozeki (Hokkaido Univ. of Education)
14:30 Microstructure-based modeling of snow mechanics" Pascal Hagenmuller (Meteo-France - CNRS)
15:00 - 15:20 Break
15:20 “Wind-tunnel experiments on splash process: three-dimensional particle track with high-speed cameras” Hirofumi Niiya (Niigata Univ.)
15:50 “Splash process due to a grain impact on granular bed” Takahiro Tanabe (Meiji Univ.)
16:20 “Development of a large-eddy simulation coupled with Lagrangian snow transport model” Tsubasa Okaze (Tokyo Tech)
16:50 “Investigating Dynamics of Sand Dunes Using Combination of Lattice-Boltzmann Method and Sand-Particles-in-Cell Model” Hiraku Nishimori (Hiroshima Univ.)


Sunday, December 9
9:00 “Observation of the spatio-temporal variability of blowing snow” Masaki Nemoto (NIED)
9:30 9:30 "Coherence of Alpine Turbulence and Blowing Snow " Nikolas Aksamit (ETH)
10:00 “Drifting and blowing snow investigations at different scales” Benjamin Anders WALTER (SLF)
10:30 - 10:45 Break
10:45 “Blowing snow experimental test site Col du Lac Blanc (French Alps) : past and on going researches” Florence Naaim BOUVET (IRSTEA)
11:15 “Snow deposition and snow mass balance in extreme environments” Michael Lening (SLF, EPFL)
11:45 “Development of avalanche warning system in Hokkaido, Japan “ Asami Komatsu (JWA)
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 “Numerical simulation of debris flow on the basis of two dimensional continuum body model” Hiroshi Takebayashi (DPRI, Kyoto Univ.)
14:00 “Simulation of avalanche occurred in Nasu-machi, Tochigi prefecture, 2017” Kenichi Oda (Nihon Univ.)
14:30 “Application of the pyroclastic flow friction model to the snow avalanches” Kae Tsunematsu (Yamagata Univ.), Fukashi Maeno (ERI, Univ. of Tokyo)
15:00 “Thermal equilibrium and flow regime transitions in snow flows” Jan Thomas Fischer (BFW)
15:30 - 15:40 Break
15:40 “Slushflows induced by an extream rain-on-snow event on 9 March 2018, Hokkaido, Japan” Katsuhisa Kawashima (Niigata Univ.)
16:10 “Slush avalanches and its observation plan at Mount Fuji” Ryo Honda (MFRI)
16:40 “Seismic detection and location of avalanches and slush flows at Mt.Fuji, Japan” Cristina Perez-Guillen (Barcelona Univ.)
17:10 “Snow avalanche experiments in Niseko 2016-2018 - progress in 3 years-“ Yoichi Ito (NIED)
17:40 “Full-scale avalanche experiment in Niseko, 2019” Kouichi Nishimura (Nagoya Univ.)
Closing