- All heights
- From surface to 500m
- From surface to PBL (planetary boundary layer altitude)
This page shows calculated footprints of 10-day backward trajectories when 10,000 Lagrangian particles are released from Hateruma and Cape Ochiishi, which are two of the global environment monitoring stations of the Center for Global Environmental Research (CGER), Earth System Division (ESD), National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES).
For more information about the trajectory model, please refer to here.
|Calculation period||Hateruma: 1990/01/01 - 2020/08/31
Cape Ochiishi: 2005/12/31 - 2013/01/01
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|Start location of calculation||Hateruma (Latitude: 24.0608N, Longitude: 123.8093E)
Cape Ochiishi (Latitude: 43.1602N, Longitude: 145.4973E)
|Trajectory length||10 days|
|Trajectory model||3D-wind (kinematic) model|
|Time integration direction||Backward|
|Calculation parameter||Mean residence time of Lagrangian particles in 1°×1° grid cells at each of the following altitudes