2nd Erosion modelling workshop (Seoul 2017)
Final Agenda is available (Last update 4.12.2017) and the event anouncement. The event was opened by Korean Minister of Environment Dr. Kim Eu-Kyung and EU Ambassador in South Korea Mr. Reiterer. With over 430 registered participants from 15 countries, the event was an interesting forum of knowledge exchange, scientific discussion and plan for a future cooperation.
Venue: Seoul, South Korea, Date: 4-7 December 2017
Objective: The Korean Ministry of Environment, the Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute (KEITI) in collaboration with the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission organised the Asia-EC JRC Joint Conference 2017 “All That Soil Erosion the Global Task to Conserve Our Soil Resources” . This was also considered as the 2nd workshop on soil erosion modelling. The objective of this events was to provide the firm platform for all stakeholders of the global polity, from the public and private sectors to academia and civil society to integrate all knowledge on the global soil erosion into the comprehensive module.
The global significance of neglecting soil erosion for Earth’s future (Adrian Chappell )
How pixel size affects a sediment connectivity index in central Belgium (Vincent Cantreul)
Ongoing and emerging questions in soil erosion science (Santiago Beguería Portugués)
New Technologies for Soil and Water Conservation in the Czech Republic (Miroslav Dumbrovsky)
Modeling Studies for Desertification and Soil Erosion Monitoring in Turkey (Ahmet Yalin Yener)
Environmental Impact Assessment on Water Foot-Print for Rice (Seung Oh Hur)
Application of ArcGIS-based Tool for Potential Soil Loss (Youn Shik Park)
GIS-based soil erosion modeling on territories with gaps in soil survey (Vasyl Cherlinka)
RUSLE-based soil erosion modelling: From field to global-scale and back (Pasquale Borrelli)
Sediment Yield from Ungauged Watersheds in South Korea (Seong Joon Byeon )
Soil Erosion of Shihmen Reservoir Watershed in Taiwan (Walter Chen)
Soil change detection using aerial imagery (Junku Park )