Joint Workshop on Regional Oceanography Study

Joint Workshop on Regional Oceanography Study

Dec. 5: 10:00-11:00am: Meeting with Prof. Wu, Enboa, Associate Vice President

11:30-11:50am: Meeting with Prof. Wang, Yang, Dean, School of Science, romm


12:00-2:00pm:Ai??Ai??Ai?? Lunch hosted by Prof. Wang Yang, Dean, School of Science at Uni-Que

(Participated by Profs. Chin-Ling Wei, Sen Jan, S-C Pei, Ming-Huei Zhang, Ai??Chih-Lin Wei from NTU, and Profs. Yang Wang, J. P. Gan, W. X. Wang, P. Y. Qian, P.Y., S. Lau from HKUST

2:30-6:00 pm Workshop Presentations (room 7332)

Chair: Prof. Karen Chan

2:30-:2:45 Prof. Ching-Ling Wei: Introduction of the Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University

2:45-3:00 Prof. Pei-Yuan Qian: Introduction to Environmental Science Programs, School of Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

3:00-3:15 Prof. Sen Jan: Real-time NTU buoy observations in the Northwest Pacific

3:15-3:30 Prof. Jianping Gan: Progress in ocean circulation-biogeochemistry study in China Seas

3:30-3:45 Prof. Su-Chen Pai: Nutrient variation in submarine canyons around the South China Sea

3:45-4:00 Prof. Wenxiong Wang: Marine Environmental Pollution

4:00-4:15 Coffee/Tea Break

Chair: Prof. Sen Jan

4:15-4:30 Prof. Stanley Lau: The microbial ecology of fecal pollution in coastal marine environment

4:30-4:45 Prof. Chih-Lin Wei: Interplays between disturbance and food supplies on submarine Canyon Benthos

4:45-5:00 Prof. Karen Chan: Climate change on meroplankton

5:00-5:15 Dr. Zhongming Lu: Nutrient dynamics in the East China Sea

5:15-5:30 Prof Rumin Sohrin: Introduction of the Suruga Bay: an invitation to the deep ocean observation

5:30-5:45 Prof. Kenji Kato: Impact of warming on microbial community in Temperate and Sub-tropical seawater

5:45-6:00 Prof. Ming-Huei Chang: Flow-topography interactions in the Kuroshio off Taiwan: island wakes, KH billows, and turbulent mixing

6:00-6:15 Dr. Zhiqiang Liu: Bay, Shelf and Basin Circulation in China Seas: Simulation and Dynamic

Dec. 6:

10am-noon: Round-table discussion (room 7332)

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