關於我們 / 會議與活動 / 2014氣候變遷國際研討會暨成果發表會‎‎

Origin

In these years, global warming became an easy target to blame for the occurrence of catastrophic natural disasters. Climate change also became an important subject to be treated seriously. To deal with climate change issues, many countries have started national-level projects, aiming at setting up adaptation strategies based on building a scientific base from the researches of climate change projection and impact assessment. In Taiwan, the National Science Council (NSC) has funded three major projects for climate change-related researches since 2009. The Water Resources Agency (WRA), Ministry of Economic Affairs also started the "Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation on Water Environment" project at the same year. In addition, the Council for Economic Planning and Development just approved the "National Adaptation Policy Frameworks for Climate Change" and "Adaptation Programmes of Action for Climate Change" in 2012.

After the three-year Taiwan Climate Change Projection and Information Platform(TCCIP)project, one of the three major projects which NSC funded, this year (2013) the second phase of the three-year TCCIP project continues to play the major role in national climate change-related researches. The second phase of TCCIP project is still coordinated by National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) and has accomplished some achievements on climate change research, climate change projection over Taiwan, and interdisciplinary research. Based on the experiences of the past three years, TCCIP expects to deliver the most updated data of climate change projection over East Asia and Taiwan area and provide the guidance of data usage to fulfill the needs of “Taiwan Adaptation Policy Framework on Climate Change” in the near future.

The 2014 TCCIP International Workshop on Climate Change (TCCIP-IWCC 2014)is organized by NCDR and National Science Council, and co-organized by the Research Center for Environmental Changes of Academia Sinica and Central Weather Bureau. In addition to local researchers, experts from Australia, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States are also invited to present their recent work and share their experiences. Through experience sharing and idea exchanging, this workshop aims at introducing the most updated information on climate change study to participants, promoting academic interchange, enhancing the communication between data producers and data users, and seeking collaboration chances in the future. The topics of the workshop will focus on local climate analysis, climate change projection, impact assessments and data services.

Workshop Topics

  1. Climate projection and analyses
    • Global and regional climate analyses.
    • Global climate modeling
  2. Climate change downscaling
    • Dynamic downscaling methods and data analyses
    • Statistic downscaling methods and data analyses
  3. Impact assessments
    • Applications and impact assessments in Hydrology, disasters, health and agriculture etc.
  4. Climate services
    • Experience sharing in climate information service and communication between user and data producer nationwide and worldwide.

Information

Time

Jan. 13 - 16 /2014 

Location

Add.: No. 1, Sec. 2, Da Hsueh Rd., Shoufeng, Hualien 97401, Taiwan

Conference room in College of Environmental Studies, National Dong Hwa University.

 

Monday 13th January
Topic Climate Projection and Analysis Chairman:
Huang-Hsiung Hsu
Time Event Speaker
1400-1410 Opening Greeting Liang Chun Chen
1410-1420 Welcome speech Yue-Joe Hsia
1420-1430 Introduction to TCCIP-II Lee-Yaw Lin
1430-1440 Group Photo  
1440-1505 Simulation and Projection of Interannual Variability by Seasonal Prediction and CMIP3/5 Models. Huang-Hsiung Hsu
1505-1530 Future changes in the Asian monsoon rainfall under a warmer climate Akio Kitoh
1530-1600 Tea & Coffee  
1600-1625 Future increase in super-typhoon intensity associated with climate change Kazuhisa Tsuboki
1625-1650 Evaluation of present climate in non-hydrostatic regional climate simulations for SOUSEI program Akihiko Muraka
1650-1715 Summary and Discussion  
1715-2030 Welcome Recption  
Tuesday 14th January
Topic Disaster Chairman:
Keh-Chia Yeh
Time Event Speaker
0900-0925 Projection of future coastal climate change influenced by Typhoon activity Nobuhito Mori
0925-0950 Flood Scale Change on Yodogawa River Catchment By Isewan Typhoon Pseudo-Global Warming Experiment Kenichiro Kobayashi
0950-1015 The application of climate change projections to national assessments of flood risk: 
Case studies from the UK
Steven Wade
1015-1110 Tea & Coffee/ Poster Session  
1110-1135 Regional meteorological simulations of typhoons for impact assessment applications Tetsuya Takemi
1135-1200 The disaster impact assessment of comprehensive river basin under extreme climate scenario Ting-Yeh Wu
1200-1335 Lunch  
Topic Extreme Temperature Chairman:
Mong-Min Lu
Time Event Speaker
1335-1400 Simulation and Projection of Heat Waves in Present and Future Climates Ngar-Cheung Lau
1400-1425 Multi-model Detection and Attribution of Extreme Temperature Changes Seung-Ki Min
1425-1450 The construction of Taiwan climate datasets in the TCCIP project: 
the Taiwan Rainfall Index and the Rainfall/Temperature Datasets with 1-km Gridded Resolution
Shu-Ping Weng
Chih-Wen Hung
1450-1515 Summary and Discussion  
1515-1730 Local Tour  
1730-1800 Back to Hotel  
Wednesday 15th January
Topic Disaster Chairman:
Cheng-Ta Chen
Time Event Speaker
0900-0925 Changes in the annual frequency of the extreme events of Taiwan Mei-yu and 
preliminary results of the future projection
Mong-Min Lu
0925-0950 Projection and uncertainty in CMIP5: Wasteful or useful? Hyung-Jin Kim
0950-1015 Regionalization and Uncertainty of Future Taiwan Climate Change Projection Based on CMIP5 Statistical Downscaling Cheng-Ta Chen
1015-1045 Tea & Coffee  
1045-1110 Climate projections using MRI-AGCM3.2 with 20-km and 60-km grid Ryo Mizuta
1110-1135 Preliminary Results of Dynamical Downscaling for TCCIP project Phase 2 Chao-Tzuen Cheng
1135-1200 Revisiting statistical downscaling methods Ke-Sheng Cheng
1200-1335 Lunch  
Topic Agriculture and Public Health Chairman:
Ke-Sheng Cheng
Time Event Speaker
1335-1400 Climate variability and climate change issues for agriculture in Australia: 
aspects related to forecasts and predictions
Roger Stone
1400-1425 Evaluation of Climate Change Effects on Crop Production and Food Security in Taiwan Ming-Hwi Yao
1425-1450 Climate Change Impact on Agricultural Drought by Considering Uncertainty of CMIP5 Jae-Pil Cho
1450-1515 Climate variability and change and their potential health effects in Taiwan Pei-Chih Wu
1515-1545 Tea & Coffee  
1545-1610 The climate services of the TCCIP Project phase II. Yi-Chao Wu
1610-1700 Summary and Discussion  
1700-1730 Back to Hotel  
議題講者檔案影片
Introduction to Taiwan Climate Change Projection and Information Platform (TCCIP)Lee-Yaw Lin  
Opening GreetingLiang Chun Chen 觀看
Welcome speechYue-Joe Hsia 觀看
【Day1】Introduction to TCCIP-IILee-Yaw Lin簡報觀看
【Day1】Simulation and Projection of Interannual Variability by Seasonal Prediction and CMIP3/5 ModelsHuang-Hsiung Hsu簡報觀看
【Day1】Future changes in the Asian monsoon rainfall under a warmer climateAkio Kitoh簡報觀看
【Day1】Future increase in super-typhoon intensity associated with climate changeKazuhisa Tsuboki簡報觀看
【Day1】Evaluation of present climate in non-hydrostatic regional climate simulations for SOUSEI programAkihiko Muraka簡報觀看
【Day1】Summary and Discussion簡報觀看
【Day2】Projection of future coastal climate change influenced by Typhoon activityNobuhito Mori 觀看
【Day2】Flood Scale Change on Yodogawa River Catchment By Isewan Typhoon Pseudo-Global Warming ExperimentKenichiro Kobayashi 觀看
【Day2】The application of climate change projections to national assessments of flood risk: Case studies from the UKSteven Wade簡報觀看
【Day2】Regional meteorological simulations of typhoons for impact assessment applicationsTetsuya Takemi簡報 
【Day2】The disaster impact assessment of comprehensive river basin under extreme climate scenarioTing-Yeh Wu簡報 
【Day2】Simulation and Projection of Heat Waves in Present and Future ClimatesNgar-Cheung Lau簡報觀看
【Day2】Multi-model Detection and Attribution of Extreme Temperature ChangesSeung-Ki Min簡報觀看
【Day2】The construction of Taiwan climate datasets in the TCCIP project: the Taiwan Rainfall Index and the Rainfall/Temperature Datasets with 1-km Gridded ResolutionShu-Ping Weng, Chih-Wen Hung簡報觀看
【Day3】Changes in the annual frequency of the extreme events of Taiwan Mei-yu and preliminary results of the future projectionMong-Min Lu簡報觀看
【Day3】Projection and uncertainty in CMIP5: Wasteful or useful?Hyung-Jin Kim簡報觀看
【Day3】Regionalization and Uncertainty of Future Taiwan Climate Change Projection Based on CMIP5 Statistical DownscalingCheng-Ta Chen簡報觀看
【Day3】Climate projections using MRI-AGCM3.2 with 20-km and 60-km gridRyo Mizuta簡報觀看
【Day3】Preliminary Results of Dynamical Downscaling for TCCIP project Phase 2Chao-Tzuen Cheng簡報觀看
【Day3】Revisiting statistical downscaling methodsKe-Sheng Cheng簡報觀看
【Day3】Climate variability and climate change issues for agriculture in Australia: aspects related to forecasts and predictionsRoger Stone簡報觀看
【Day3】Evaluation of Climate Change Effects on Crop Production and Food Security in TaiwanMing-Hwi Yao簡報觀看
【Day3】Climate Change Impact on Agricultural Drought by Considering Uncertainty of CMIP5Jae-Pil Cho簡報觀看
【Day3】Climate variability and change and their potential health effects in TaiwanPei-Chih Wu簡報觀看
【Day3】The climate services of the TCCIP Project phase IIYi-Chao Wu簡報觀看
【Day3】Summary and Discussion簡報觀看