International Symposium on Water, Feedbacks, and Complexity
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총 4명의 연사님이 강연을 진행합니다. 최근 이슈 및 방법론에 대한 심포지엄이라 대학원생들에게 많은 도움이 될 것으로 생각합니다. 한국지형학회 회원님들의 많은 관심과 참여 부탁 드립니다.
 "International Symposium on Water, Feedbacks, and Complexity"
- Catchment in Anthropocene :
      Prof. Suresh Rao, Purdue Univ.
- Cosmogenic Nuclides and Their Application to Earth Surface Processes:
      Prof. Yeong Bae Seong, Korea Univ.
- Destructive or Productive? Quantifying the impact of tropical cyclones on Australia's vegetation
      Prof. Gavan McGrath, University of Western Australia
- Modeling Land Surface Dynamics - Current Capabilities to Capture Emergent Characteristics
      Prof. Kyungrock Paik, Korea Univ.
연사들의 간단한 이력은 다음과 같습니다.

Prof Gavan McGrath is a lecturer in Soil Physics at the University of Western Australia. His interests include erosion, eco-hydrology, solute transport and preferential water flow.
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Dr. Suresh Rao is the Lee A. Reith Chair & Distinguished Professor of Environmental Engineering in the School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University, with a joint appointment as a Distinguished Professor in the Agronomy Department. He also holds an appointment in the College of Engineering Division of Environmental & Ecological Engineering. He served as the Associate Dean of Engineering of Graduate & Interdisciplinary Programs at Purdue University. Prior to joining Purdue University in July 1999, Dr. Rao served for 25 years on the faculty at the University of Florida.
Dr. Rao’s professional interests include interdisciplinary research and graduate education in environmental/ecological sciences and engineering. Dr. Rao’s diverse range of research interests have spanned from lab-scale, process-level studies on environmental fate and transport of various contaminant classes to aquifer-scale and watershed-scale studies on water quality impacts of agricultural and industrial land uses. Dr. Rao has been involved in development and use of models for research purposes and for decision making, with applications in soil quality assessments, groundwater vulnerability, contaminated site remediation, and watershed management.
His most recent research and educational interests have focused on the areas of water-food-bioenergy sustainability issues, with specific projects on (1) landscape transitions under human impacts, and multi-scale modeling/analysis of catchments; (2) resilience analysis of coupled, complex (natural and engineered) systems.

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