Yoshimitsu Chikamoto

Plants, Soils, and Climate

Assistant Professor, Earth System Modeling


Yoshi Chikamoto

Contact Information

Office Location: AGRS 346
Phone: 435-797-0832
Email: yoshi.chikamoto@usu.edu

Educational Background

PhD, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Hokkaido University, 2005
Role of moisture eld in the large-scale surface heat exchanges
MS, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Hokkaido University, 2002
Atlantic atmosphere-ocean response to the tropical Pacic sea surface temperature variations
BS, Applied Physics, Tokyo University of Science, 2000
Ion-acoustic shock wave in a dusty plasma

Biography

Dr. Chikamoto's research focuses on understanding of physical climate processes and climate predictability.

Teaching Interests

Earth system science; Climate modeling and simulation

Research Interests

Climate variability, predictability and change.

Awards

The Syono Award, 2018

Meteorological Society of Japan


Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Other

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Teaching

PSC 4810 - Climate and Climate Change, Fall 2020
PSC 6125 - Climate Modeling and Simulation, Fall 2020
PSC 4900 - Special Problems, Fall 2020
PSC 4810 - Climate and Climate Change, Fall 2019
PSC 7900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Fall 2019
PSC 6900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Spring 2019
, Fall 2018
PSC 6900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Fall 2018
PSC 6890, 7890 - Plants, Soils, and Climate Graduate Seminar, Spring 2018
PSC 6900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Spring 2018
PSC 7900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Spring 2018
PSC 6890 - Plants, Soils, and Climate Graduate Seminar, Fall 2017
PSC 7890 - Plants, Soils, and Climate Graduate Seminar, Fall 2017
PSC 6900 - Special Problems in Plants, Soils, and/or Climate, Fall 2017

Graduate Students Mentored

Nahid Hasan, Plants, Soils, and Climate, January 2021
Zachary Johnson, Plants, Soils, and Climate, August 2017
Henrik Panosyan, Plants, Soils, and Climate, August 2018 - June 2020