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|SAEON collaborates nationally and internationally to establish and maintain environmental observatories, serving as research and education platforms for long-term studies of ecosystems. These help us understand, detect, predict and react to environmental change. SAEON ensures that long-term data are archived and accessible as a national asset for generations to come.|
|Contributing to Society through Space-based Earth Observations- Human activity has expanded to a level today that likely affects the entire global environment. We must find a way to mitigate and adapt to climate change linked to global warming. This will require a series of actions that include gaining an accurate understanding of the current state of the Earth and human activity, predicting what will become of the Earth in the coming years, taking appropriate measures based on this prediction, and adjusting these measures after evaluating the results. Space-based Earth observation is anticipated to be a superior method for repeatedly observing the entire planet with consistent precision.
The EORC was established under the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in April 1995 as Japan's core organization for Earth observation satellite data processing, analyzing, calibration/validation, and archiving. By continuing to carry out these activities using space-based Earth observation technology, we hope to assist humankind in its adaptation to climate change.
|AGICO (Advanced Geoscience Instruments Company) is one of the most respected world producers of scientific instruments for rock magnetism, palaeomagnetism and environmental magnetism. AGICO instruments enable measurement of remanent magnetization, magnetic susceptibility and anisotropy of lowfield magnetic susceptibility, measurement of frequency-dependent magnetic susceptibility, and investigation of anisotropy of magnetic remanence.|
|Launched in 1984 and published by Springer-Nature, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences (AAS) is an international peer-reviewed journal on the dynamics, physics, and chemistry of the atmosphere and oceans. AAS is currently the associated journal of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS) and is indexed by the SCI database. http://www.springer.com/journal/376|