(stand: October 09, 2019)
1. Note for oral presentations on October 24
Presentation 15 min + discussion 5 min
Please upload the presentation file (.ppt, .pptx, .pdf or .odt) before your session
Naming rule: (3-digit oral presentation code).ppt (or .pptx, .pdf, .odt) e.g. L01.pptx (Lecture number 01 by Dr. Chaolun Allen Chen). The oral presentation code could be found before your presentation title
Basically, you are NOT allowed to use your own laptop to ensure smooth running of the meeting
2. Note for poster presentations
Format of the poster: A0 portrait
Posters will be displayed outside of the lecture hall from the beginning of the meeting. The discussion of posters could be done throughout the 3-day meeting period
The poster session on 19:00-20:00, October 24th is for the 5-min talks of the poster presenters. Please prepare a 5-min presentation file (.ppt, .pptx, .pdf, or .odt) and upload it before the session
Naming rule: similar to the oral presentation (see above) but using the (3-digit poster presentation code).ppt
3. Note for TERN site activity reports on October 23rd
Time for each site report: 5-10 min
Naming rule of the presentation file: similar to the oral presentation (see above) but using the (2-digit site report code).ppt
October 25, 2019, 08:00-12:00
The half-day field excursion will be a visit to the nearby Da-Nong-Da-Fu (DNDF) flux tower site. The site is located in the northern part of the 1250-ha DNDF plantation, which was established in 2002 after a long-term sugarcane farming since the Japanese time.
The flux tower site starts its continuous CO2/H2O flux measurement in 2017 using eddy covariance method. Besides the purpose of understanding the C sequestration and the hydrological cycle of the plantation, the patchy characteristics of the plantation is a good place for exploring the EC footprint model.
The DNDF plantation and its surrounding landscape are active research sites by several institutes including National Dong Hwa University and Taiwan Forestry Research Institute. A famous eco-farmland "LiPaHak" in the southern part of the plantation marks the diverse and environment-friendly land use change of this region, which, is a domain of resilience research of social-ecological systems.