Japan’s pilot project on user interface platform for agriculture. Shotaro TANAKA Tokyo Climate Center Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). Introduction. Pilot Project. Users. Development of a n early w arning system for agriculture. User Interface Platform (UIP).
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Japan’s pilot project on user interface platform for agriculture
Tokyo Climate Center
Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA)
an early warning
Information System (CSIS)
GFCS five pillars and their links to users
JMA is making efforts to develop best practices
to use climate information in various sectors.
- Cold/heat waves hinder the growth of agricultural products.
- Heavyrainfall or drought causes destruction of crops.
- Cold/heat waves damage the selling of clothes and electric appliances.
- Heat waves increase the risk of heat stroke.
And so on…
- Cold/hot summer conditions cause damage to rice.
* National Agriculture and Food Research Organization/Tohoku Agricultural Research Center
1. Dialogue & Sharing knowledge
2. Developing technology
3. Spreading best practices
Making 7-day mean temp.(T7d)
prediction ata 1-km resolution
up to two weeks ahead
normal of T7d
Mean value of
predicted T7d anomalies
Mean value of
* Incollaboration with the Faculty of Software and Information Science at Iwate Prefectural University (IPU)
- On 7 Aug., 2012, predicted probability of temperatures of ≥27 ºC was 57% (normal: 20%) during the period from 15 to 21.
- The agricultural research institute called farmers to take countermeasures controlling water depth in their rice fieldsto avoid poor grain filling in rice crops.
Seven-day mean temperature anomaly (Tohoku region)
Issued on 7 Aug.
Spreading best practices