Topic: Predicting water futures under climate change: challenges and opportunities
Speaker: Dr. Francis Chiew, Australia’s national research organisation, the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial and Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Dr Chiew leads about 30 hydrologists working on water resources assessment, forecasting and prediction, climate change adaptation, and integrated basin management. The work that Dr Chiew and his team does contributes to global advancement in hydrological sciences, and has a direct path to impact guiding water resources planning and adaptation in Australia and globally.
Dr Chiew is a member of several global and national water expert committees including lead author of the IPCC AR5 and AR6 Assessment Reports.
Dr Chiew will give a presentation on the challenges and opportunities in predicting water futures under climate change. He will share how knowledge and science is being used to guide water management and planning in Australia.
Time: 9:30-12:00am Nov. 9, 2018
Venue: Geographic Sciences Museum, IGSNRR
Host: Prof. TANG Qiuhong
Welcome to the Forum!
Hosted by Key Laboratory of Water Cycle & Related Land Surface Processes, CAS