We are grateful to Kohin Hirano, Michiko Otsuka, Masaru Kunii, Ayako Nakai, and Natsumi Imai for their contribution to the workshop as members of the local organizing committee. TOMACS is funded by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) as part of the “Social System Reformation Program for Adaption to Climate Change.”
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