Dr. Takahito Mitsui

Research interests

I have studied climate changes in the past and present: especially, the 10-to-100-kiloyear-scale glacial-interglacial cycles, millennial-scale abrupt climate changes (Dansgaard-Oeschger events), and Monsoon phenomena. I have tackled with these still-unsolved problems by using dynamical systems theory, Earth System Models of Intermediate Complexity as well as machine learning methods.

Additional Information

I'm a postdoctoral researcher on (paleo)climate dynamics. Please contact me with the above email.

Publikationen 2022

Mitsui, T., Tzedakis, P. C., and Wolff, E. W.: Insolation evolution and ice volume legacies determine interglacial and glacial intensity, Clim. Past, 18, 1983–1996

K. Riechers, T. Mitsui, N. Boers, M. Ghil: Orbital Insolation Variations, Intrinsic Climate Variability, and Quaternary Glaciations, Climate of the Past 18, 863-893

Polychronis C.Tzedakis, David A.Hodell, Christoph Nehrbass-Ahles, Takahito Mitsui, Eric W.Wolff: Marine Isotope Stage 11c: An unusual interglacial, ScienceDirect, Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 284, 15 May 2022, 107493

T. Mitsui, N. Boers: Machine learning approach reveals strong link between obliquity amplitude increase and the Mid-Brunhes transition, Quaternary Science Reviews 277, 1