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第十六屆氣候系統與氣候變化國際講習班在云南大學資環學院圓滿閉幕



由中國氣象局主辦,國家氣候中心承辦、云南大學和中國氣象局氣象干部培訓學院協辦的第十六屆氣候系統與氣候變化國際講習班2019715日在云南大學呈貢校區資源環境與地球科學學院正式開班。中國氣象局秦大河院士、云南大學張力副校長、云南省氣象局顧萬龍副局長、國家氣候中心巢清塵副主任出席了開班儀式。

本屆氣候系統與氣候變化國際講習班邀請了五位國際知名專家前來擔任主講教師,他們分別是:


Mikiko Kainuma,日本全球環境策略研究所教授,IPCC第四次、第五次評估報告和1.5°C特別報告主要作者,主要從事空氣污染和氣候變化研究。

Daithi Stone,新西蘭國家水和大氣研究所教授,IPCC第五次評估報告第二工作組主要作者,主要從事氣候變化檢測歸因研究。

Andrew Manning,英國東安吉利大學教授,主要從事大氣化學研究。

Jeffrey A. Hicke,美國愛達荷大學地理系教授,IPCC第六次評估報告第二工作組主要作者召集人,主要從事氣候變化影響和碳循環研究。

Anna Victoria Maidens,英國氣象局哈德萊中心全球海洋模式GloSea4GloSea5研發專家,主要從事全球氣候系統和氣候預測研究。


本次國際講習班共有學員近180名,共同參加了為期兩周的培訓,培訓期間有來自9個國家的15位國際學員,以及來自國內30個單位的162位從事氣候系統研究的科研業務人員、本碩博學生和氣象部門的工作者。

2019726日上午九點在云南大學資源環境與地球科學學院舉行閉幕儀式,由各組代表進行英語匯報,為大家展示了為期兩周的學習成果和收獲,其中共25位中外學員獲得了優秀學員的稱號。隨后由云南大學資源環境與地球科學學院院長談樹成為大家致閉幕詞,同時由談樹成院長與大氣科學系系主任楊若文老師共同為優秀學員頒發了證書并合影留念。

ISCS旨在擴大青年科學家的觀點,以提高氣候變化研究能力,加強國際學術交流,展現氣候變化科學的最新前沿為宗旨。通過此次活動,進一步幫助我們了解氣候變化研究的國際前沿及熱點問題,開闊視野,同時呼吁全世界積極行動起來,采取有效措施限制氣候變化,從而建立一個更加繁榮、可持續的未來世界。





The 16th International Seminar on Climate System and Climate ChangeISCS was successfully concluded at the School of Resource Environment and Earth Science in Yunnan University

Yunnan University     Zhou Tianyuehan



Sponsored by China Meteorological Administration (CMA), Co-organized by Beijing Climate Center (BCC), Yunnan University, and China Meteorological Administration Training Center, the Sixteenth International Seminar on Climate System and Climate Change (ISCS) was successfully concluded on July 26, 2019 at the School of Resource Environment and Earth Science in Yunnan University. Academician Qin Dahe of the China Meteorological Administration, Vice President Zha Li of Yunnan University, Deputy Director Gu Wanlong of the Yunnan Meteorological Bureau, and Deputy Director of the National Climate Center Chao Qingchen attended the opening ceremony.



Fifteen international students from 9 countries, as well as 162 young and middle-aged research personnel engaged in climate system-related research from 30 units in China, and undergraduates participated in the two-week training. Five internationally renowned experts from the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Japan and six senior domestic experts were invited to be the lead teachers of the workshop.


                              


Mikiko Kainuma, Professor in Institute for Global Environmental Strategies of Japan, Lead Author of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth and Fifth Assessment Report, and Special Report on 1.5°C, mainly engaged in climate change policies and adaptation. Professor Mikiko Kainuma mainly talked about policies to mitigate climate change, proposed a zero-carbon society scenario, compared the effects of temperature rise of 1.5 and 2 degrees Celsius and the different schemes needed to control temperature rise, briefly introduced the Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM), and gave examples to analyze the models adopted by Japan and China and discussed them. The project of carbon tax and deep decarburization (DDPP) was discussed, and the relationship between sustainable development and policy was discussed.



Daithi Stone, Professor in National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) of New Zealand, Lead Author, Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, mainly engaged in research of climate change detection and attribution.



Professr Daithi Stone introduced the attribution of climate change and its impacts, as well as the impacts of human activities on extreme weather and the potential and limitations of using attribution information.



Andrew Manning, Professor in UK University of East Anglia, mainly engaged in research of atmospheric chemistry. Professor Andrew Manning described the global atmosphere and ocean carbon cycle, the carbon source and sink effects and quantitative methods related to the emission of fossil fuels. He described in detail the process of carbon cycling in the ocean, such as carbon conversion, deposition and release.



Jeffrey A. Hicke, from USA, Associate Professor at Department of Geography, University of Idaho, Coordinating Lead Author, Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Working Group II, mainly engaged in research of climate change impact and carbon cycle.



Professor Jeffrey A. Hicke explored the effects of climate change mainly in terms of the Earth's ecosystem. He elaborated on the driving factors of terrestrial ecosystem change and the prediction of global carbon cycle and future carbon cycle, and further quantified strategies for mitigating climate change and their impacts on ecosystems.


 


Anna Victoria Maidens, Senior Researcher in UK Met Office Hadley Centre, mainly engaged in research of global climate system and climate prediction. Professor Anna Maidens explained the comparison between some models of seasonal forecasting and forecasting systems, the relationship between seasonal forecasting and North Atlantic Oscillation and Arctic Oscillation, and the impact of stratosphere on surface climate and the analysis of real-time observations.


 


At the closing ceremony, representatives of the various groups sent representatives to report in English, showing the two-week learning experience and harvest results. Twenty-five Chinese and foreign students won the title of outstanding students.



The dean Tan Shucheng of the School of Resource Environment and Earth Science in Yunnan University became the closing speech of everyone. At the same time, President Tan Shucheng and the director Yang Ruowen of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, jointly issued certificates for outstanding students and took photos with them.

ISCS aims to expand the perspectives of young scientists, achieve international frontiers in climate change, enhance climate research capabilities, strengthen international academic exchanges, and demonstrate the latest frontiers of climate change science. Through this event, the world is called upon to take active actions and effective measures to limit climate change, thus creating a more prosperous and sustainable future world.



 
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