APEC Climate Symposium 2014

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  • 주제 : Managing Climate Extremes and Hydrologic Disasters
  • 기간 : 27 - 29 October 2014
  • 장소 : Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), Nanjing, China
  • 주관 : APEC Climate Center, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (NUIST)

APEC Climate Symposium 2014

The APEC Climate Symposium (APCS) is an annual event, held since 2005, that brings together around 100 scientists, representatives of National Hydrological and Meteorological Services, academics, policy-makers and students from around the world to discuss emerging issues in climate prediction and its applications. The APEC Climate Symposium 2014 was held in Nanjing, China from October 27-29. The theme of this edition of the symposium was Managing Climate Extremes and Hydrologic Disasters, co-hosted by the Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (NUIST). 

Period & Venue

27 - 29 October 2014 / Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), Nanjing, China

Session I : Keynote Presentations

Chaired by Dr. Jin Ho Yoo, Head of Climate Research Department of APEC Climate Center

 

  • • Dr. David Rogers (Senior Advisor, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, World Bank)​
  •  Presentation Title : Impact Forecast and Warning Services
  • • Dr. Zhiyu Liu (Vice President of the Commission for Hydrology, World Meteorological Organization (WMO))​
  •  Presentation Title : Priorities of the WMO Commission for Hydrology

Session II: Climate Forecasting for Water Management

Chaired by Dr. Yuriy Kuleshov, Senior Professional Officer from National Climate Centre, Bureau of Meteorology of Australia

 

  • • Dr. Bryson Bates (Center for Environment and Life Sciences, CSIRO)​
  •  Presentation Title : From Prediction to Scenario Analysis: An Australian Perspectives
  • • Dr. Quan Jun Wang (Water for Healthy Country Flagship, CSIRO)​
  •  Presentation Title : Ensemble Forecasting of Seasonal Streamflow using Climate Forecast as Inputs
  • • Dr. Julien Lerat (Environment and Research - Forecast Systems, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)​
  •  Presentation Title : A Seasonal Streamflow Forecasting Service for Australia: Methods, Implementation and Way Forward
  • • Dr. Yuriy Kuleshov (National Climate Centre, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)​
  •  Presentation Title : Seasonal Forecasting of Climate Extremes: Droughts and Floods
  • • Prof. Eric Wood (Princeton University)​
  •  Presentation Title : A Seamless Framework for the Global Monitoring and Prediction of Droughts
  • • Prof. Hi-Ryong Byun (Pukyong National University)​
  •  Presentation Title : The Available Water Climatology (AWC) and its Applications

Session III: Managing Risk from Droughts and Water Scarcity

Chaired by Prof. Ximing Cai, the Colonel Harry F. And Frankie M. Lovell Endowed Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

 

  • • Prof. Ximing Cai (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)​
  •  Presentation Title : Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Land and Water Sustainability - A Global Projection
  • • Prof. Dennis Lettenmaier (University of Washington)​
  •  Presentation Title : U.S. Drought Trends
  • • Prof. Heekyung Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)​
  •  Presentation Title : Cost-Effective Variety can Reduce Variety in Real World: Diversity in Water Infrastructure System 
  • • Dr. Ilwon Jung (APEC Climate Center)​
  •  Presentation Title : Utilizing APCC Multi Model Seasonal Forecast to Support Planing and Operation of Dams in South Korea 
  • • Dr. Francis Chiew (Land and Water - Black Mountain Christian Laboratory, CSIRO)​
  •  Presentation Title : Droughts and Water Security in South-Eastern Australia: Science and Management 
  • • Dr. Qian Ye (Integrated Risk Governance Project/Future Earth, Beijing Normal University)​
  •  Presentation Title : National Disaster Response Strategies for Droughts of China - From Integrated Risk Governance Perspectives 

Session Ⅳ: Changes in Hydrological Extremes : Floods and Typhoons

Chaired by Prof. Eric Salathé, Professor and Director of Northwest Climate Science Center at University of Washington

 

  • • Prof. Eric Salathé (University of Washington)​
  •  Presentation Title : Developing Climate Scenarios and Management Tools to Reduce Vulnerability to Future Flood Risk 
  • • Dr. Nobuhito Mori (Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Japan)​
  •  Presentation Title : Impact Assessment of Typhoon and Related Storm Surge Considering Climate Change
  • • Dr. Sunkwon Yoon (APEC Climate Center)​
  •  Presentation Title : Hydrometeorological Variability and its Integrated Flood Risk Assessment for the Korean Han River Basin during Difference El Niño Phases 
  • • Prof. Taesam Lee (Geyongsang National University)​
  •  Presentation Title : Temporal Downscaling of Hydrometeorological Variables for Mitigating the Impacts of Climate Change on Water Disasters
  • • Dr. Swadhin Behera (Application Laboratory, JAMSTEC, Japan)​
  •  Presentation Title : Climate Variations Link to Extreme Streamflows

Session Ⅴ: Climate Impacts on Water Quality

Chaired by Prof. Heejun Chang, Professor of Geography from Portland State University

 

  • • Prof. Heejun Chang (Portland State University)​
  •  Presentation Title : Impacts of Climate Change on Stream Temperature in the Pacific Northwest of USA
  • • Dr. Leon van der Linden (Australian Water Quality Centre)​
  •  Presentation Title : Adapt to What? Projections of Direct Impacts of Climate Change on Surface Reservoir Water Quality in Australia and Taiwan
  • • Dr. Jaepil Cho (APEC Climate Center)​
  •  Presentation Title : Climate Change Impacts on Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution by Considering Uncertainty of CMIP5
  • • Dr. Shaleen Jain (University of Maine)​
  •  Presentation Title : Extreme Hydroclimatic Events and Environmental Quality: Use-inspired Characterization of Change, Thresholds and Transitions
  • • Dr. Jyotish Basu (West Bengal State University)​
  •  Presentation Title : Heat Waves, Precipitation and Water-related Disease Vector in Drought and Flood Prone Areas of West Bengal, India

Session Ⅵ: Wrap-up & Panel Discussion

Chaired by Prof. Bin Wang, Professor at International Pacific Research Center at University of Hawai’i

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