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The 9th East Asia International Workshop on

Present Earth Surface Processes and Long-term Environmental Changes in East Asia - from Continent to Island Arc-


October 8 (Mon) – 13 (Sat), 2012

Kobe, Japan



SECOND CIRCULAR
Outline:

The purpose of the East Asia International Workshop is to exchange information on present earth surface processes and long-term environmental changes in East Asia for sustainable Earth and establishing mutual understanding on earth environment, especially in East Asia.

The International Workshop was initially held in Daejeon, Korea (2004), and was subsequently in Kanazawa, Japan (2005), Seoul, Korea (2006), Nanjing, China (2007), Hakodate, Japan (2008), Taipei, Taiwan (2009), Jeju Island, Korea (2010), and Chengdu, China (2011). The 9th Workshop (2012) will be held in Kobe, Japan.

This workshop also includes the themes on “Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia” on the basis of long continental records which have been discussed in Japan, China, Korea, Russia, and Mongolia during the past 10 years.


Main topics:

  1. Present earth-surface processes and sediment information

  2. Landforms and natural hazards: earthquake, landslide, debris-flow

  3. Dynamics of terrestrial processes and land use changes

  4. East Asian monsoon and environmental changes

  5. Global changes and regional environmental change

  6. Paleoenvironmental changes: paleoclimate, paleohydrology, paleolimnology

  7. Modeling and forecasting of environment changes


Hosted by:

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa

Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe University, Kobe
Organized by:

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa

Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe University, Kobe

IAG Committee, Science Council of Japan (to be negotiated)

State Key Laboratory of Lake Sedimentation/Environment, NIGLAS, Nanjing, China

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), Korea

State Key Laboratory of Geo-hazard Prevention (SKLGP), CDUT, Chengdu, China

State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, IEE, Xian, China

Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Mongolian Academy of Science


Sponsored by:

International Association of Geomorphologists

Japanese Geomorphological Union
Venue

Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe (MV: Higashi Maiko,Tarumi, Kobe 655-0047, Japan) and

Kobe University Centennial Hall (KU: Rokkodai, Nada, Kobe 657-8501 Japan)
Program (Tentative):

Date

AM

PM

Evening

October 8

Arrival & Registration (MV)

Welcome Party (MV)

October 9

Opening Addresses (MV)

Oral Session (MV)



Oral/Poster Session(MV)

Banquet

October 10

Oral Session (MV)

Oral/Poster Session (MV)




October 11

Oral Session (KU)

Oral/Poster Session (KU)

Sightseeing Tour

October 12

Field Excursion

Farewell Party

October 13

Departure


Deadlines: Response form and abstract: August 31, 2012

Language and format:

The workshop will include Oral, Poster sessions and a Field excursion. The official language for all presentations is English. Abstracts will be required from all participants wishing to submit a poster or oral presentation in the workshop. Abstracts must be written in Times New Roman 12 pt fonts and should include, in this order: Abstract title, Authors’ names (fist name and family name), Affiliation (Institutions and address), First author’s e-mail and Abstract text (less than 2000 words and figures: whole less than two pages).


Fees:

Registration: 20,000JPY

(Including a volume of abstracts, welcome party, lunches on Oct. 9-12)

One-day excursion: 4000JPY

Banquet: 4000JPY

Accommodation (with breakfast): Hotel Maiko Villa Kobe (http://www.maikovilla.co.jp/english/, Higashi Maiko,Tarumi, Kobe 655-0047, Japan)

 7000JPY/person/night for twin use of a twin room

 12000JPY/person/night for single use of a twin room or double room/Japanese room

*Lecture-audience is free for lectures.
Field Excursion: The epicenter of the Kobe earthquake and 1995 Earthquake Museum
Weather: October in Kobe is a beautiful season. The weather is mild. The temperature will usually be 18- 24℃.
Letters of invitation:

Participants who require letters of invitation, please contact to reiko@earth.s.kanazawa-u.ac.jp


For further information, please contact:

Ms. Reiko Obayashi

Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa

Kakuma, Kanazawa 920-1192, Japan


Tel: +81-76-264-6529, +81-76-264-6531
Fax: +81-76-264-6529, +81-76-264-6531

Email: reiko@earth.s.kanazawa-u.ac.jp




Response Form:

Please provide the following information to reiko@earth.s.kanazawa-u.ac.jp before August 31, 2012 to help with relevant arrangements.





Position/Title: (Prof./Dr./Mr./Ms.)




Last Name:




First Name:




Country:




Passport number:




Organization:




Gender:

Male [ ] or female [ ]

Tel:




Fax:




Email:




Presentation :

poster? [ ] or oral? [ ]

Presentation title:




Accompanying Person Number:




Name:




Activity Participation:

Will you attend the field excursion? [ ] the farewell party? [ ]

Hotel Accommodation:

Twin use of a twin room/double room? [ ]

Name of room-sharing person*



Single use of a twin rooms/double room/Japanese room? [ ]


Check in and Check-out:

Your Check in date [ ] Check-out date [ ]


* Organizing committee will ask participants who prefer twin use of a twin room to be room-shared if a room-sharing person is not mentioned.


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