JpGU Fellowship

Iwane Kimura


for numerous contributions to the Japan Geoscience Union; and outstanding contributions to the physics of the upper atmosphere, in particular to the understanding of the characteristics of plasma weave transmission.

A list of five major papers

  1. I. Kimura, Effects of Ions on Whistler Mode Ray Tracing, Radio Sci., (New Ser.), no.3, 269-283, 1966
  2. I. Kimura, T. Tomimoto, K. Hiraishi, Measurements of Wave Normal Direction of Whistler Mode Signals in Ionosphere by Means of Rocket-Doppler Technique, Planetary and Space Sci., Vol. 21, 671-682, 1973
  3. I. Kimura, H. Matsumoto, T. Mukai, K. Hashimoto, T. F. Bell, U. S. Inan, R. A. Helliwell, and J. P. Katsufrakis, EXOS-B/Siple Station VLF Wave-Particle Interaction Experiments: 1. General Description and Wave-Particle Correlation, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 88(A1), pp.282-294, 1983
  4. I. Kimura, P. Stubbe, M. T. Rietveld, R. Barr, K. Ishida, Y. Kasahara, S. Yagitani, and I. Nagano, Collaborative Experiments by Akebono Satellite, Tromso, Ionospheric Heater, and European Incoherent Scatter Radar, Radio Sci., Vol. 29, 23-37, 1994
  5. I. Kimura, K. Tsunehara, A. Hikuma, Y.Z. Su, Y. Kasahara, and H. Oya, Global Electron Density Distribution in the Plasmasphere Deduced from Akebono Wave Data and IRI Model, J. Atmosph. Terr. Phys., vol.59, no.13, pp.1569-1586, 1997


Yoshiharu Omura