Gewex Asian Monsoon Experiment
(Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment)
Asian Monsoon Experiment (GAME)
is proposed to investigate the
role of the Asian monsoon as a major part of the
energy and water cycles in the global climate system, and to
understand the feedback processes involved in the monsoon system,
particularly in radiation, clouds and land surface hydrology,
associated with its intraseasonal, seasonal and interannual variability.
To determine the impact of the planetary-scale Asian monsoon variability
on regional or basin-scale hydrological cycle and water management is another
essential part of this program.
That is also compatible with the main objectives of
NEW : GAME is under an umbrella of
GEWEX Hydrometeorology Panel.
(Last update at 29.Feb.1996)
- Current Status of GAME
The Second International Study Conference on GEWEX
in Asia and GAME
- Regional Studies
- Tropical Monsoon Region
- Chao Phraya River basin, Thailand
- Tropical Rain Forest
- Tibetan Plateau
- Sub-tropicall/Temperate Monsoon Region
- Yantze River
- Huai-He River
- Huang River
- Taiga/Tundra (Siberia)
- Monitoring and Observation
- Satellite Observing System
- Asian AWS Network (AAN)
- Four DimensionalData Assimilation (4DDA)
- Database and Active Archive
The logo for GAME project is finally designed by
Prof. Y. Abe, at the Institute of Planetary Science and Gephysics,
University of Tokyo.
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