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Hydrological Processes in Agro-ecosystems and Sustainable Water Resources Management in Arid Land under Changing Environments

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         农业高效用水创新引智基地将于721日至22日召开“Hydrological Processes in Agro-ecosystems and Sustainable Water Resources Management in Arid Land under Changing Environments”学术研讨会,届时将有来自美国、英国、澳大利亚、瑞士、以色列、葡萄牙等国16位教授与引智基地研究人员围绕农业及生态水文与可持续水资源管理开展研讨。欢迎校内外专家学者参加。由于会场容量有限,请有意参加者于716日前将姓名、单位、职称及电话等发到联系人邮箱。

 

时间:2017721-22

地点:中国农业大学(东区)国际学院一层报告厅

联系人:霍再林010-62736762, huozl@cau.edu.cn

 

July21

 

Time

Presenter

Topic

University/Institution

Chair

9:00-9:10

Introduction of guests and main foreign and domestic scholars

 

 

Guanhua Huang

9:10-9:20

Vice-president

Welcome meeting attendants

China Agricultural University

9:20-9:40

Shaozhong Kang

Introduction of research on water sciences engineeringand“111 plan” program in CAWR

China Agricultural University

9:40-10:00

Break, photo taking

10:00-10:30

Guanhua Huang

The research on agro-hydrology and sustainable water resources management in CAU

China Agricultural University

 

 

 

 

 

Lu Zhang/

Taisheng Du

10:30-11:00

William J. Davies

Identifying key variables for climate smart crop production: novel crop management and plant genetics to save irrigation water and increase

Lancaster University, UK

11:00-11:30

Dani Or

Linking soil type and rainfall characteristics towards estimation of land surface evaporative capacitance

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

11:30-12:00

Taisheng Du

Water transfer simulation of SPAC in farmland based on stable isotope

China Agricultural University

12:00-12:30

Huade Guan

Continuous monitoring of plant water potential in ecohydrological research

Flinders University, Australian

12:30-

Lunch

2:00-2:30

Lu Zhang

Estimation of land surface evaporation using a generalized nonlinear complementary relationship

Land and Water, CSIRO, Australian

 

 

 

XimingCai/

Qian Tan

2:30-3:00

Fei Tian

Use of high-resolution thermal infrared remote sensingand ‘‘three-temperature model’’ for transpiration monitoringin arid inland river catchment

China Agricultural University

3:00-3:30

Lixing Wang

Global synthesis of drought effects on food production

Indiana University-Purdue University, USA

3:30-4:00

Risheng Ding

Measurement and modeling of crop evapotranspiration in an arid inland region

China Agricultural University

4:00-4:20

Break

4:20-4:50

XimingCai

Understanding and managing the Food-Energy-Water Nexus – opportunities for water resources research

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA

 

 

 

 

SivakumarBellie

/Jun Niu

4:50-5:20

Sam Fernald

A systems approach to capture hydrologic and social dynamics of arid region irrigation and water budgets: New Mexico, USA

New Mexico State University , USA

5:20-5:50

Qian Tan

Towards ecologically sustainable water and land use in agriculture: inexact programming based decision making under uncertainty

China Agricultural University

5:50-6:20

Adeloye Adebayo

Assessing the impacts and variability of climate change on water resources in the Beas Basin, India

Heriot-Watt University, UK

6:20

Dinner

July 22

Time

Presenter

Topic

University/Institution

Chair

9:00-9:30

Tim McVicar

Increasing CO2, vegetation change (both above- and below-ground) and catchment hydrology: More or less streamflow?”

Land and Water, CSIRO, Australian

 

 

 

Shmuel Assouline/

Xiaomin Mao

9:30-10:00

TammoSteenhuis

Sustainable solutions for groundwater management for surface water irrigation systems in (semi) arid regions

Cornell University, USA

10:00-10:30

Jun Niu

Irrigation effects on hydrological processes in agricultural lands over the Heihe River basin, Northwest China

China Agricultural University

10:30-11:00

Paula Paredes

Dual Kc modeling and advances in using reanalysis weather forecasts to improve crop and water management

Lisbon University, Portuguesa

11:00-11:20

Break

11:20-11:50

Xu Xu

Modeling and assessing field irrigation water use in agro-ecosystems of upper Yellow River basin: Perspectives from a canal system

China Agricultural University

 

 

Alexander Furman/

YunwuXiong

11:50-12:20

David A. Barry

Landscape evolution model at the flume scale

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

12:20-12:50

Shmuel Assouline

Rainfall-infiltration-runoff relationships in a semi-arid hillslope and their interactions with vegetation cover

Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

12:50-

Lunch

2:30-3:00

Rony Wallach

The formation of fingered flow and its consequences in an orchard irrigated with treated sewage water

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

 

 

Huade Guan/

Fei Tian

3:00-3:30

Xiaomin Mao

LAWSTAC: an agro-hydrological model for simulating water flow and solute transport in layered soil with crop growth

China Agricultural University

3:30-4:00

Alexander Furman

Orchard recharge using electrical resistivity tomography: Separation of water and salinity

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

4:00-4:30

SivakumarBellie

Hydrologic modeling and prediction: Role of complex networks

The University of New South Wales, Australian

4:30-5:00

YunwuXiong

Soil physical-chemical properties and plant growth response to litter in a prolonged enclosed grassland of Loess Plateau

China Agricultural University

5:00-5:20

Break

5:20-6:20

Conclusion remark and further discussion of potential collaboration

Guanhua Huang

/William Davies

6:20-

Dinner

 





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