2016/03/08 - 2016/03/10
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.
2015/01/19 - 2015/01/20
The Workshop on High-Resolution Climate Simulation, Projection, and Application will be held at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan during January 19-21, 2015. The workshop is hosted by National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) and Research Center for Environmental Change of Academia Sinica. The topics of the workshop will focus on High Resolution GCM Development, Climate Projection of GCM and Application of GCM data: Climate Change Impact Assessment.
While the resolution of model data improved form CMIP4 to CMIP5, the trend for high resolution data is inevitable and necessary. Every research group is developing its own model with different methodology. Hence, this workshop attempts to help local researchers and experts from Australia, United States, Japan, and United Kingdom to share their experiences. Through experience sharing and idea exchanging, this workshop aims at introducing the most updated information on high resolution climate simulation stud to participants, promoting academic interchange, enhancing the communication between different data developers, and seeking collaboration chances in the future.
2014/01/13 - 2014/01/16
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.
2013/01/15 - 2013/01/17
2012 is the third year of both the Taiwan Climate Change Projection and Information Platform (TCCIP) project, one of the three major projects which NSC funded, and WRA’s “Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation on Water Environment” project.The TCCIP project is 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. Through collaborating with TCCIP, WRA’s project also delivered essential results of impact assessment on water resources, droughts, floods and coasts and proposed adaptation policy based on these results. Based on the experience of the past three years, TCCIP is expected 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.
2011/12/06 - 2011/12/08
The National Science Council and Water Resources Agency invite you to attend “2011 International Conference on Climate Change”. The purpose of this conference is to bring together experts from USA, Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Japan, Korea, Switzerland and Mainland China for exchanging views on four specific issues, including Climate Change and Extremes, Projection and Downscaling, Impact Assessment on Water Environment, and Adaptation Strategy. The conclusions and experiences, which were found by these experts and countries, could be compiled as a reference for planning and adapting climate change in future.
2010/11/01 - 2010/11/03
The“Taiwan Climate Change Projection and Information Platform Project” (TCCIP) project is planned and operated by , in collaboration with Research Center for Environmental Changes of Academia Sinica, Central Weather Bureau, National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, and researchers from colleges, to analyzes the present and projected regional climate change, to develops downscaling techniques used in Taiwan area, and to investigates the extreme climate variability and the impacts of associated disasters.The 2010 International Workshop of TCCIP Project on Climate Change will address the following key issues: 1) observed and projected variability of global and East Asian/Western North Pacific climate, extreme weather, and seasonal precipitation, 2) statistical and dynamical downscaling, and 3) climate change impact on water resource and disasters.