Topic: The changing water cycle on land
Speaker: Dr WANG Ying-Ping is a chief research scientist in CSIRO, an adjunct professor of the University of New South Wales.
Brief introduction to the report:
Over the last 150 years, land hydrological cycle has undergone significant changes. However estimated changes of different component fluxes and soil water storage, and the causes for those changes vary significantly among different studies. For example, contribution of precipitation, land use change or increasing CO2 all has been attributed as the dominant cause for the increasing runoff over the last three decades.
This talk will present those diverging results and argue for a more integrated approach to study water cycle at regional or global scale.
Time: 3:00-5:00pm January 11, 2020
Venue: Room A901, IGSNRR
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