day 1 agenda

Thu , Sep 26, 2019

  • 08:00
  • Registrations

  • 09:00
  • Introdunction to Organising committe members

  • 09:10
  • Keynote Talk: Is the Arctic Meltdown Causing More Frequent Extreme Weather in Mid-Latitudes?

    Prof. Jennifer Francis, Woods Hole Research Center, USA

  • 09:40
  • Keynote Talk: How expensive is an energy transition? A lesson from the German Energiewende

    Thomas Unnerstall, N-ERGIE AG, Germany

  • 10:10
  • Keynote Talk: Addressing Global challenges: BioEconomy can contribute significantly to climate change mitigation

    Lene Lange, LLa-BioEconomy, Research & Advisor, Denamrk

  • 10:40
  • Keynote Talk: slot is available

  • 11:10
  • Group Photo

  • 11:15
  • Refreshments

  • 11:30
  • Plenary talk: Climate change can lead to global anoxia and mass extinctions by disrupting oxygen production in oceans

    Sergei Petrovski, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

  • 11:55
  • Plenary Talk: Detecting environmental and climatic changes in Western Mediterranean during the Late Quaternary using small mammal assemblages

    Juan ManuelLópez-García, IPHES, Spain

  • 12:20
  • Plenary Talk: IPCC relationship with IPBES

    Alan Feest, University of Bristol/Ecosulis, United Kingdom

  • 12:45
  • Plenary Talk: Slot is available

  • 13:10
  • Lunch with Round Table Discussuion

  • 13:55
  • Scientific Session: Thermal Capacity of Endemic Fishes from Small Rivers and Climate effects to freshwater fishes

    Sampan Tongnunui, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • 14:15
  • Scientific Session: Why CMIP5 models cannot simulate the change trend of Pacific Walker Circulation over the last three decades?

    Y. Guan, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China

  • 14:35
  • Scientific Session: Water challenges in the face of climate change in Mexico City

    Fabiola S. Sosa-Rodriguez, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico

  • 14:55
  • Scientific Session: Climate-responsive architecture in rural vernacular dwellings: a study in composite climate in Ranchi

    Janmejoy Gupta, School of Planning and Architecture, India

  • 14:55
  • Speaker slot is Available

  • 15:15
  • Scientific Session: The Joint Land Data Assimilation System

    Chunlei Meng, China Meteorological Administration, China

  • 15:35
  • Speaker Slot is Available

    Rongshuo Cai, Third Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources of China, China

  • 15:55
  • Refreshments

  • 16:10
  • Scientific Session: Observed Changes in Maximum and Minimum temperatures over Rwanda from 1961-2014

    Jean Paul Ngarukiyimana, University of Science and Technology of China, China

  • 16:30
  • Speaker Slot is Available

  • 16:50
  • Speaker Slot is Available

  • 17:10
  • Panel Discussions

day 2 agenda

Fri , Sep 27, 2019

  • 08:00
  • Registrations

  • 9:30
  • Keynote Session:

  • 10:00
  • Scientific Session

  • 10:30
  • Refreshments

  • 10:45
  • Keynote Session

  • 11:15
  • Plenary Session

  • 11:40
  • Scientific Session

  • 12:15
  • Scientific Session

  • 12:45
  • Scientific Session

  • 13:15
  • Lunch with Round table Discussions

  • 14:00
  • Poster Presentation

  • 15:10
  • Scientific Session

  • 15:30
  • Scientific Session

  • 16:15
  • Refreshments

  • 16:30
  • Scientific Session:

  • 16:50
  • Plenary Session

  • 17:15
  • Panel Discussion

day 3 agenda

Sat , Sep 28, 2019

  • 09:00
  • Scientific Sessions

  • 10:00
  • Refreshments

  • 10:30
  • Scientific Sessions

  • 13:00
  • Lunch with Round table Discussions

  • 14:00
  • Scientific Sessions

  • Panel Discussion

posters agenda

Fri , Sep 27, 2019

  • 14:00-17:00
  • Posters

  • Poster-1
  • Management strategies of cold air for establishing urban ventilation corridor plans: A case study of the Cheongju, Jeonju, Jinju in South Korea

    JEONG-MIN SONKyungpook National University, South Korea

  • Poster-2
  • Thermal Tolerance of Non-indigenous Fish from Tropical River Habitat in Thailand

    Patitta Kritjirakorn, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Poster-3
  • Temperature Tolerance of Thai Freshwater Fishes Exposed to Dynamic Change in the Temperate rivers: Global Warming Implication

    Thanasit Punkumsing, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Poster-4
  • Methodology for climate characterization of protected areas in Southern Brazil

    Cássio Arthur Wollmann, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil

  • Poster-5
  • Abiotic and biotics factors effect on aboveground biomass in a tropical rainforest in eastern Cameroon

    Fobane Jean-LouisUniversity of Yaoundé , CAMEROON

  • Poster 6
  • A Study on Estimation of Daily Maximum Temperature for Urban Heat-waves Countermeasures-In case of the Seoul Metropolitan Area

    Chaeyeon Yi, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea

  • Poster 7
  • The current status and implications of laws and institutions concerning spatial planning to improve urban thermal environment in South Korea

    Kwon Kim, Keimyung University, Korea

  • Poster 8
  • Toxicity assessment of Pesticide use in Tomato production: Case study of a Tunisian-Dutch soilless greenhouse

    Mariem Maaoui, Gabes UniversityTunisia

  • Poster 9
  • The effect of climate change on aridity in Extremadura, southwestern Spain

    Francisco J. Moral, University of Extremadura, Spain

  • Poster 10
  • Aridity change in southwest of Iberian Peninsula (Spain)

    Abelardo García Martín,University of Extremadura, Spain

  • Poster 11
  • Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) an indicator of climate change. Particular case of grapevine in Extremadura (Spain)

    Fulgencio Honorio Guisado, University of Extremadura, Spain

  • Poster 12
  • Blood biochemical responses differ among native and crossbred cattle during summer and winter season

    Tejaswi veligatla, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India

  • Poster 13
  • Assessment of the impact of climate change on the latency period of leaf rust on triticale in Poland

    Andrzej Wójtowicz, Institute of Plant Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

  • Poster 14
  • Future changes in drought characteristics over Uremia lake basin projected under CMIP5 Projections

    Maral Habibi, University of Graz, Austria

  • Poster 15
  • Earth’s greenhouse repairs

    Drago Mikac, Australia

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