關於我們 / 會議與活動 / 2016 TCCIP Workshop Applications of Climate Change Projection

It is a great honor for National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) to host the 2016 TCCIP workshop on Applications of Climate Change Projection at March 8th to 10th , 2016, New Taipei City, Taiwan. Since the Taiwan Climate Change Information and Projection (TCCIP) project of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of Taiwan being initiated in 2009, TCCIP project started to set up a platform to provide regional data downscaled from the climate projection of GCM data and information for users nationwide.

Another major task in TCCIP project is to apply downscaled data to various research fields. For example, the projection of decreases in tropical cyclones (TC) number and increases in TC rainfall intensity may induce significant influence on hydrology, water resource management, and disasters. The projection of rising temperature may indicate a great threat to agriculture and public health sectors. Accordingly, the purpose of the workshop is to demonstrate various critical and influential applications of climate projection data such as disaster management, hydrology, agriculture, ecology and public health. Experts from Europe, United States, Australia, Japan, and South East Asia will be invited to share their experiences in applying climate change projection science for enhancing infrastructure, decision making, and policy implementation.

The topics of the workshop will focus on the following three topics:

1. Climate Projection: From High Resolution Climate Model to Extreme Weather Events Analysis ( Monsoon / Tropical Cyclone / Others)
2. Climate Projection Applications: Hydrology and Hillslope disaster
3. Climate Projection Applications: Environment, Agriculture, Public Health and Others

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Introduction to Taiwan Climate Change Projection and Information Platform (TCCIP)Deputy Director Lee-Yaw Lin 簡報 
Climate change signal got from co-working between climate modelersand impact study researchers – the case of Japanese domestic projects Dr.Izuru Takayabu簡報 
CORDEX-East Asia: lessons and issues for the phase IIDr.Hyun-Suk Kang簡報 
Climate services that facilitate the development, delivery and uptake of projectionsMr.Kevin Hennessy簡報 
Future changes in extreme precipitation, rainfall erosivity andhillslope erosion in southeast AustraliaDr. Jason P. Evans簡報 
The loss assessment for Cho-Shui river basin in the end of century under climate changeDr. Hsin-Chi Li (李欣輯)簡報 
Downscaling Future Climate Projections for Water ManagementDr.Surajate Boonya-aroonnet 簡報 
Application of Representative Concentration Pathways Scenarios on Streamflow Impact AssessmentDr.Yun-Ju Chen (陳韻如) 簡報 
Korean water resources changes under CMIP5 projectionDr.Il-Won Jung簡報 
Hydrological impact of climate change in Japan and Taiwan usinghigh-resolution AGCMDr.Yoshinobu Sato簡報 
Modeling of urban inundation and its application potential to climate change impactDr.Kenji Kawaike簡報 
Climate change impact assessment on agricultural reservoirs in Korea under RCP ScenariosDr. Jae-Pil Cho簡報 
Providing downscaled climate information to increase resilience to climate-related water stress and hydrologic extremes: issues and challengesDr. Gemma Teresa T. Narisma簡報 
Extreme temperatures: health impacts and adaptions in TaiwanDr. Yu-Chun Wang簡報 
Evaluation of health impacts under climate change projection in Taiwan – Dengue fever and heat related mortalityDr.Pei-Chih Wu (吳佩芝)簡報 
Probability distribution of tropical cyclone in large ensemble simulation by MRI-AGCMDr. Kohei Yoshida簡報 
Projection of Taiwan ClimateDr.Huang-Hsiung Hsu (許晃雄)簡報 
Nonparametric analysis of extreme precipitation with long returnperiods in Japan – using d4PDFDr.Kenshi Hibino簡報 
Projection of Northwest Pacific Typhoons in high-resolution AGCMDr.Cheng-Ta Chen (陳正達)簡報 
The use of climate change projections and crop models for climatechange impact assessment: TRF's Experiences in Thailand and Southeast AsiaDr. Attachai Jintrawet簡報 
Evaluation of rice production potential in Taiwan using SDSM future climate dataDr.Ming-Hwi Yao (姚銘輝)簡報