The international workshop and symposium on Mt. Fuji Project (sponsored by JSPS and supported by NPO “Valid utilization of Mt. Fuji Weather Station”) were successfully finished with 70 or more
attendants for each day, Nov. 22 and 23. Active discussions were had in addition to the excellent lectures given by Prof. E. Flueckiger (University of Bern), Dr. R. Schnell (NOAA, USA), Prof. N.
H. Lin (National Central University, Taiwan), Prof.Ge Ri-Li (Qinghai University, China) and Dr. H. Akimoto(JAMSTEC, Japan).
NPO is supporting the International Workshop and Symposium on Mt. Fuji Project: For the establishment of a “high mountain observation platform of extreme environment” (organized by the JSPS fund
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Discussions were had on the meeting with JMA and on the International Workshop/ Symposium which will be organized by the JSPS fund 18631002 group.It is decided that NPO will support the
International Workshop and Symposium on Mt. Fuji Project: For the establishment of a “high mountain observation platform of extreme environment”, detail of which will be shown in http://www.edogawa-u.ac.jp/~dokiya/Firstcircular.htm
Active discussions were had on the collaboration with JAMSTEC, on the negotiations with MEXT and ME, as well as the international symposium which is planed to have on coming November. Recent
movements of JMA on the management of the weather station were also reported.
On August 12 and 13, 2006, inspection tours to Mt. Fuji Weather Station were held as the 3rd course of Mt. Fuji School. Students and researchers participated were 40 in all. Unusual hail and
thunderstorm welcomed the participants in the afternoon of August 12, giving a wild salute.
32 participated the Mt. Fuji Weather Station inspection tour in all, as a part of the Mt. Fuji School, on July 15 and 16, 2006. Beautiful weather on 15th, but rainy and windy on 16th, both
participants enjoyed different features of the top of Mt. Fuji.
Active discussions were had on the application to the funds. According to the amendment of the low to manage the public facilities (including Mt. Fuji Weather Station),discussions were had on the
plans to lent the facility by NPO.
We, NPO members, grieve over the sudden death of our director Mr. R. Hashimoto, who loved Mt. Fuji Weather Station and made great effort for its survival.
After the first class of Mt. Fuji Science School (successfully started with 50 participants eagerly listening to the lectures from Mr. Yuichiro Miura, a famous Everest climber), the 8th steering
committee was held on June 15. Discussions were done on the coming inspection tour to Mt. Fuji Weather Station, future programs and etc.
Report of the settlement of last fiscal year and the proposal of the budget of the coming year, as well as the recommendation of committee members were submitted and approved.
Discussions were had on the visit to the director general of JMA, on the coming general meeting and symposium on May 26 and on the plan of Mt. Fuji Science School.
Discussions were had on the first general meeting after the authorization on May 26, 2006 and the symposium in the evening.
Discussions were had on the future activities and fund applications.
Discussions were had on the report of Mt. Fuji International Symposium and also on future plans of the NPO.
Professors P. Bartsch (Monte Rosa) and Y.S. Kim (Mt. Changbai) and Dr. R.C.Schnell (Mauna Loa) gave excellent talks. We have shared important information on researches of multi-discipline. Very animated discussions were had which were followed by a proclamation of an appeal to let the Mt. Fuji Weather Station be survive as an international platform of interdisciplinary research and education in the name of all the participants.
The international symposium was Supported byTaisei Nature, History, and Environmental Fund, TAISEI CORPORATION, MITUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION and FUJIKYUKO CORPORATION.
Detailed schedule of Mt. Fuji International Symposium was discussed.
The program of international workshop and symposium has been almost fixed, which will appear soon
March 4(Sat.) International Workshop on Research at Mt. Fuji Weather Station (Room 202, Gakushikaikan, Tokyo), inviting the researchers of Mauna Loa, Monte Rosa and Chan Bai Shan.
March 5(Sun.) Mt. Fuji International Symposium –
Future of Mt. Fuji Weather Station－