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30 July (Wed.)

Symposium (Lecture hall, Gifu university)
12:00- Registration
13:00-13:10 Opening Openning address by the Vise-President of Gifu University, Takashi Yasuda
13:10-13:25 Introduction Hiroyuki Muraoka (Gifu University)
13:30-14:10 Plenary 1 [Chair: H Muraoka]
John D. Tenhunen (University of Bayreuth, Germany)
gIntegrating landscape function: An approach for bridging between environmental studies, environmental policy and natural resource management h
14:10-14:50 Plenary 2 [Chair: H Kondo]
Marc Aubinet (Gembloux Agricultural University, Belgium)
gTubulence, storate, advection: Assessment of CO2 transport processes in forested ecosystems by nighth
14:50-15:00 Tea break
15:00-15:40 Plenary 3 [Chair: T. Kojima]
Tsuyoshi Akiyama (SATECO remote sensing group, Gifu University)
Remote sensing in gSatellite Ecologyh, the achievements and future perspectives
15:40-17:50 Session 1 SATECO studies in Takayama site
[Chair: H Muraoka]

H Muraoka (Ecological process group)
g21st century COE program gSatellite Ecologyh: aims and scopeh
K. Kageyama (Ecological process group)
gAvailability of Pythium species as an indicator of soil microorganism respirationh
S. Nagai (Ecological process group)
gCriterion of NDVI for spring leaf expansion and autumn defoliation in a cool-temperate deciduous broad-leaved foresth
M. Ishihara (Remote sensing group)
gObservation of annual phenology pattern using digital images in a deciduous broad-leaved foresth
T.M. Saitoh (Model analysis group)
gFlux measurements, analysis and modeling at TKC (Takayama evergreen coniferous forest) site: A contribution to SATECOh
T. Kojima (Remote sensing group)
gStudy on hydrological processes at the Daihachigagawa river basin, focused on canopy interception and rainfall runoff simulationh

31 July (Thu.)

Symposium (Lecture hall, Gifu university)
8::00- Registration
9:00-11:00 Session 2 Carbon cycle processes: atmospheric aspects
[Chair: H. Kondo and S. Murayama]

S. Tasaka (Gifu University, Japan)
gRadon Observation over the northern Pacific Oceanh
K. Ishijima (FRCGC, Japan)
gStudy on greenhouse gas variation in soil using 222Rn measurement at Takayama siteh
S. Murayama (AIST, Japan)
gExamination of CO2 transport processes on complex terrain at Takayama site using atmospheric Radon-222 concentration measurementh
H. Kondo (AIST, Japan)
gTransportation of CO2 on complex terrain suggested by microscale numerical simulationh
11:00-11:30 Session 3 Poster 3 min talks
11:30-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:50 Session 3 Posters
15:00-18:00 Session 4 Carbon cycle processes: ecological aspects
[Chair: Y. Son]

C. Lee (Seoul Womenfs University, Korea
gDevelopment and prospect of Long Term Ecological Research in Koreah
H. Shibata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
gWhere does sequestrated carbon allocate in forested watershed? - Comparison of process studies in forest ecosystem of northern Japanh
D. Otieno (University of Bayreuth, Germany)
gControls on Ecosystem CO2 exchange and bioproductivity in a mountain peatland ecosystemh
A. Komiyama (Ecological process group, Gifu University)
gNPP and NEP studies in mangrove forestsh
M. Hirota (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
gCarbon Cycle research focused on succession in Sugadaira Montane Research Center, University of Tsukubah
T. Ohtsuka (Ecological process group, Gifu University)
gNet primary production and carbon allocation patterns in red pine, Japanese cedar, and broadleaved forests beneath flux towersh
18:30-20:00 Social event Gifu Univ. cafeteria

1 August (Fri.)

Symposium (Lecture hall, Gifu university)
8::00- Registration
9:00-11:30 Session 5 Scaling analysis of ecosystem functions
[Chair: N. Saigusa]

K.N. Nasahara (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
gLeaf-to-canopy upscaling of optical signals and physiology of forest canopyh
H. Kobayashi (FRCGC, Japan)
gLinking in situ and satellite-derived leaf area index: A case study in Siberian larch foresth
W. Lee (Korea University, Korea)
gUpscaling approach for analyzing CO2 absorption in foresth
S. Kang (Kangwon National University, Korea)
gVegetation phenology and carbon and water fluxes in complex terrains: multi-scale approach integrating field measurment, modeling and remote sensingh
J. Yoshino (Model analysis group, Gifu University)
gSATECO model: coupling mesoscale meteorological and ecosystem models with RS-derived landscape informationh
11:30-12:00 Discussion N. Saigusa, Y. Son, J.D. Tenhunen, H. Muraoka,
12:00 Closing remarks T. Akiyama


Updated on 1 July, 2008