Regional Technical Workshop on Application of Modelling Tools for Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability Assessment

Bangkok, Thailand, 8th Sep 2009 - 9th Sep 2009

Regional Technical Workshop on Application of Modelling Tools for Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability Assessment

Under MRC-CSIRO Climate Change Project on Reducing Vulnerability of Water Resources, People and the Environment in the Mekong Basin to Climate Change Impacts

Venue

Landmark Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

Programme

Topics Presenters
Agenda
Keynote
  Modelling and Decision Support for
Integrated Climate Change Impact and
Vulnerability Assessment
(1.6MB)
Prof. Tony Jakeman,
Director of Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management
Centre (ICAM), Australian National University, Australia
  Climate Change on Agriculture, Water and EnvironmentClimateClimateChangeChangeon(4.2MB) Prof. Raghavan Srinivasan,
Director of Spatial Sciences Laboratory, Texas A&M University, USA
Session 1: Application of modelling tools for climate impact and vulnerability assessment of Mekong River Basin : Outcomes of MRC-CSIRO Project (Chair: Dr Anond Snidvongs, SEA START RC, Bangkok, Thailand)
  Next Generation Climate Projection for Mekong Region(616KB) Dr. Anond Snidvongs,
SEA START RC, Bangkok, Thailand
  Analysis of possible rainfall and temperature change in the greater Mekong sub-region over the period 1960-2049 (919KB) Dr. Guillaume Lacombe
International Water Management Institute – Southeast Asia (IWMISEA), Vientiane, Lao PDR
  Overview on assessment of climate change impacts on Mekong hydrological regime (1.9MB) Dr. Chu Thai Hoanh
International Water Management Institute – Southeast Asia (IWMISEA), Vientiane, Lao PDR
  Impacts of climate change on Mekong hydrologic regimes of baseline and development scenarios (4.2MB) Dr. Kittipong Jirayoot, MRCS
  Mekong climate change project - agricultural impacts and adaptation (1.2MB) Dr. Mohammed Mainuddin
CSIRO Land and Water
Canberra, Australia
Session 2: Learning from international experiences on climate change study -related modelling applications (Chair: Dr Sucharit Koontanakulvong, Department of Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand)
  Hydrologic simulations of global warming impact using dynamically downscaled data: Case study of the Seyhan River Basin in Turkey (2.1MB) Dr. Yoichi Fujihara
Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences,
Japan
 

Water Resources and Adaptation to Climate Change with a Focus on the Ganges (797KB)

Dr. Peter McCornick
Nicholas Institute, Duke University, USA
  Impacts of climate change on rice, sugarcane, cassava, and maize production in Thailand (1.9MB) Dr. Krirk Pannangpetch
Department of Plant Science and Agricultural Resources
Faculty of Agriculture, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  Some experiences on regional climate change and variability modeling, rainfall downscaling & flood inundation in Southeast Asia (6.6MB) Prof. Dr. Srikantha Herath
Environment and Sustainable Development Programme
United Nation University, Tokyo, Japan
Session 3: Member Countries' climate modelling study and research on Mekong River Basin; up-to-date modelling capacity and knowledge (Chair: Representative from NMCs)
  Cambodian capacity and experiences on climate modeling (797KB) Mr. Heng Chan Thoeun
Team Leader of the Vulnerability and Adaptation Thematic Working
Group of the Second National Communication
  Lao PDR capacity and experiences on climate modeling (2.1MB) Mr. Chanseng Phongpachith
Chief of Water Resources Research Center, Water Resources and
Environment Research Institute (WERI), WREA
  Thailand capacity and experiences on climate modeling (1.7MB) Dr. Kampanad Bhaktikul
Mahidol University
  Viet Nam capacity and experiences on climate modeling (3.2MB) Mr. Tran Dinh Trong,
National Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment
  Strengthening and networking of regional capacity and experiences on climate modelling for the Lower Mekong Basin (1.5MB) Suppakorn Chinvanno

 

Southeast Asia START Regional Center

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