Mount Fuji Summer Campaign, 2017

20 projects (12 researches and 8 education & others) have been selected at the Academic Committee of NPO Mount Fuji Research Station on March 22, 2017. Additional call for participation in the summer campaingn 2017, is now open (from April 1 to June 30, 2017).
The following 4 new research projects and one new educational project are added to the 15 continuous projects from previous years.
l Kazutoshi Noda, Naoki Kaneyasu (AIST) and Kohji Marumoto (National Institute of Minamata Disease) :Study on the behavior of mercury in the free troposphere
l Yutaka Matsumi (Nagoya University): Observation of atmospheric aerosols using a small PM2.5 detector
l Rika Ide (Tokyo Metropolitan Otsuka Hospital) ; Evaluation of gait balance and relation to Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) in Mt. Fuji Summit (3776m)
l Takahiro Komori (Jichi Medical University School of Medicine), Hidenori Kanazawa, Kazuomi Kario, Satoshi Hoshide: Ambulatory monitoring of hemodynamics during mountaineering
l Yutaka Furuta (Rikkyo Niiza Junior and Senior High School): Development of learning teaching materials for science at the summit of Mt. Fuji

Mount Fuji Summer Campaign, 2016
Hatakeyama, Shiro/Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology , Chak K. Chan /City University of Hong Kong , Neng-Huei, Lin/National Central University of Taiwang
Measurement of chemical components of size-segregates aerosol at Mt. Fuji.
Suginori Iwasaki/National Defense Academy, Masashi Kamogawa/Tokyo Gakugei University
Stratosphere-troposphere exchange by convective clouds
Hiroshi Okochi/ Waseda University, Masaru Murata/ Waseda University, Ki-Ho Lee/ Jeju National University, Chul-Goo Hu/ Jeju National University
Charaterization of chemical components of PM2.5 long -range transported by simultaneous observation between Japan and South Korea
Hitoshi Mukai, Yukio Terao, Shohei Nomura, National Institute for Environmental Studies
Study on long-term CO2 observation at summit of Mt. Fuji
Shungo Kato/ Tokyo Metropolitan University
Long term observation of carbon monoxide, ozone, and sulfur dioxide during summer at the summit of Mt. Fuji
Kazuhiko Miura, Yoko Iwamoto, Katsuhiro Nagano/ Tokyo University of Science
Hiroshi Kobayashi/ University of Yamanashi
Study on the effect of aerosol particles on climate using Mt. Fuji
Masashi Kamogawa, Tomoyuki Suzuki/ Tokyo Gakugei University, Masaru Yasumoto/ Antec Co. Ltd. , David Smith, Gregory bowers/ University of California, Santa Cruz
Study on lightning and atmospheric electricity at the summit of Mt. Fuji
Masaki Takeuchi/Tokushima University Graduate School
Analysis of acid gases and PM2.5 at the top of Mt. Fuji
Hiroshi Okochi/ Waseda University, Yukiya Minami/ Ishikawa Prefectural University
Hiroshi Kobayashi/ University of Yamanashi, Masaki Takeuchi/ Tokushima University
Shin-ichi Yonemochi/ Center for Environmental Science in Saitama, Kei Toda/Kumamoto University
Observation of aerosol-cloud-precipitation interaction in the free troposphere using Mt. Fuji
Ryuichi Wada/ Teikyo University of Science
Observation of nitrogen oxides at the top of Mt. Fuji