PROGRAM of the Third International Study Conference on GEWEX in Asia and GAME

Seogwipo KAL Hotel
486-3 Topyong-dong, Seogwipo-city, Cheju-do, KOREA
Phone: +82-64-32-9851, Fax: +82-64-32-3190
How to go

March 26 (Wed.)

08:00 Registration

             T. Yasunari, Jon-Hon Bong, Jeong-Woo Kim

09:15 SESSION 1
The Strategy of GEWEX/GAME and Collaborations with Other Projects
  09:15      1-1     Scientific Strategy of GAME/SCSMEX Joint IOP
                     Tetsuzo Yasunari (Japan)
  09:30      1-2     Chinese GEWEX Program and GAME/HUBEX
                     Zhao Bolin (P. R. China)
  09:45      1-3     Organization of Complex Investigations - GEWEX/GAME Program
                     Boris Ivanov and Nikita Solomonov (Russia)
  10:00      1-4     Russian Siberian Subprogramme of GEWEX Asian Monsoon Experiment
                     Kotlyakov Vladimir Mikhailovich and Georgiadi Alexander Georgievich (Rus-
  10:15      1-5     The Current Status of the GEWEX/GAME Radiation Activity
                     Teruyuki Nakajima (Japan)
  10:30      1-6     Progress on Closure of the Heat-Moisture Budget over the Tibetan Plateau
                     Eric A. Smith, Roni Avissar, T. N. Krishnamurti and Michio Yanai (U.S.A)
  10:45      1-7     Lessons  from  the  GEWEX  Continental-Scale  International  Project  (GCIP)
                     that  relate  to  the  implementation  of  the  GEWEX  Asian  Monsoon  Experi-
                     Rick Lawford (U.S.A)
  11:00      1-8     GHP Model Parameter Estimation Experiment (MOPEX)
                     Alan. J. Hall and John C. Schaake (USA)
  11:15      1-9     Overall Features of Korea Monsoon Experiment
                     Jai-Ho Oh (Korea)
  11:30     1-10     Intensive Observation of KMA
                     Chun-Woo Lee (Korea)
  11:45     1-11     Intensive Mesoscale Observing Program
                     Doung-Kyou Lee (Korea)
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch

13:00 SESSION 2
Process Studies

13:00 - 13:30 Poster Introductions
     -    2-1     Measurements of Whole-Ecosystem Exchange of Carbon Dioxide and Water
                  Vapor  by  Long-Term  Eddy  Correlation:  Challenges  in  System  Design  and
                  Operation in Korea
                  Joon Kim and Jeong-Woo Kim (Korea)
     -    2-2     Spatial Variability of Soil Water Content in a No-Cultivated Field in the North-
                  ern Part of Kyushu Islands, Japan
                  Hideyuki Nagai, Tetsuo Kobayasi and Shuu Matsuda (Japan)
     -    2-3     A Bucket with a Bottom Hole Model(BBH) for Predicting Soil Moisture in
                  the Surface Soil Layer
                  Shuu Matsuda, Tetsuo Kobayashi and Hideyuki Nagai (Japan)
     -    2-4     Seasonal Variation of Aerosol Optical Thickness over the Zhangye Oasis in the
                  Hexi Corridor, China
                  Kenji  Kai,   Zhe-Cong  Huang,   Masataka  Shiobara  (Japan),   Zibao  Shen
                  (P. R. China) and Yasushi Mitsuta (Japan)
     -    2-5     Evapotranspiration Estimated with Information of Telemetered Temperature
                  over Crop
                  Masatoshi Kodama, Yoshiaki Hideshima, Masatoshi Aoki and Seiichi Maruya
     -    2-6     Seasonal Variation of Energy Budget above a Pine Forest in a Snowy Region
                  Kazuyoshi Suzuki, Takeshi Ohta and Satoshi Yokota (Japan)
     -    2-7     Seasonal Variation of Volumetric Heat Balance near Ground Surface
                  Yuji Kodama, Kazuzou Niimi and Nobuyoshi Ishikawa (Japan)
     -    2-8     Basic Research Results on Energy-Water Exchange on the Territory of South-
                  ern Mountain Taiga in East Siberia
                  Boris Sokolov, Michael Markov, Nelly Vasilenko and Boris Deikin (Russia)
     -    2-9     Peculiarities of Energy Balance Formation in the Layer of Seasonal Thawing
                  in East Siberia
                  Nelly Vasilenko and Sergei Zhuravin (Russia)
     -   2-10     Cryogenic Control of Winter River Runoff
                  Michael Markov (Russia)
     -   2-11     Recent variability of permafrost Landscapes in Central Yakutia
                  Alexander Fedorov (Russia)

13:30 - 15:00 POSTER SESSION

Oral Presentation
  15:00        2-12         Preliminary Measurements of Evapotranspiration and Heat Budget in GATE-
                            Thai Paddy Field Site
                            Masatoshi Aoki, T.Chimura (Japan), Boonyawat Samakkee, Pukngam Somn-
                            imirt (Thailand), Katumi Musiake and Taikan Oki (Japan)

  15:15        2-13         Comparative  Measurements  of  Bowen  Ratio  and  Evapotranspiration  in
                            GAME-Thai Paddy Field Site and Neighboring Secondary Forest
                            T.Chimura, Masatoshi Aoki (Japan), Boonyawat Samakkee, Pukngam Somn-
                            imirt (Thailand), Katumi Musiake and Tosiyuki Nakaegawa (Japan)
  15:30        2-14         Effects of Topography on Land Surface Processes in SIB Model
                            Minjiao Lu, Toshio Koike and Nobuo Satoh (Japan)
  15:45        2-15         Soil Moisture Regime and its Current Condition in Mongolia
                            D. Erdenetsetseg (Mongolia)
  16:00        2-16         Computation  of  Evaporation  from  River  Basins  in  the  Siberian  Mountain
                            Taiga Zone
                            Valeri Vuglinsky (Russia)
  16:15        2-17         Balance of Carbon Dioxide and Water in Permafrost Ecosystems of Yakutia
                            Trofim Maksimov, Ayal Maksimov and Alexander Kononov (Russia)
  16:30        2-18         Influence of Cryogenic Processes on the Water and Heat Regime of the Active
                            Layer of Permafrost Lands in Central Yakutia
                            Petr Gavriliev (Russia)
  16:45     Discussion


March 27 (Thu.)

08:30 SESSION 3
Regional Energy and Water Cycles
Oral Presentations

   08:30     3-1    Temporal Analysis of Regional-Scale Hydroloclimatology in Monsoon Water-
                    Doug-Hyo Bae (Korea) and K. P. Georgakakos (U.S.A)
   08:45     3-2    Application of a Distributed Hydrological Model (IISDHM) for Northern Chao
                    Phraya Basin, Thailand
                    S. Herath, R. Jha and Katumi Musiake (Japan)
   09:00     3-3    Ecomag-River  Basins  Hydrological  Cycle  Model  on  the  Basis  of  Landscape
                    Units:  Application for Northern Watersheds
                    Yu. G. Motovilov (Russia)
   09:15     3-4    A Comparative Study on Optimization Methods for Calibrating the Hydro-
                    logical Models
                    Bingqing Tan, Xinwu Chen and Minqin Yang (P. R. China)
   09:30     3-5    Chara as the Experimental Polygon-Basin for Studying of Water and Power
                    Cycles in Congelation Zone
                    V. R. Alexeyev and L. N. Volkov (Russia)
   09:45     3-6    Characteristics of Water Balance in the Huaihe River Basin
                    Bingqing Tan, Minqin Yang, Hui Xu and Xinwu Chen (P. R. China)
   10:00     3-7    Water balance of the brook basin of Spasskaya Pad
                    Dmitry Nogovitsyn (Russia)
   10:15     3-8    Water Balance and Lake Development in the Lena Basin
                    Alexander Lyubomirov (Russia)
   10:30     3-9    The Former Soviet Union in-situ Soil Moisture Data as Unique Base for Ana-
                    lyzing of its Micro-, Meso-and Macroscale Spatial and Temporal Variability
                    Alexander Georgiadi Georgievich (Russia)
10:45-11:30 Poster Introductions

     -   3-10     The Sensitivity of Ground Temperature to Longwave Radiation in the LSM
                  Chen Xiuwan (P. R. China), Wan-Ho Lee and Sang-Wook Park (Korea)
     -   3-11     The Development of KMA Regional Data Assimilation and Prediction System
                  Joo-Young Cho and Soon-Kap Chung (Korea)
     -   3-12     East Asian Hydroclimate and Agro-ecosystem Research using the UC-RCSM
                  Jinwon  Kim,  Norman  L.  Miller  (U.S.A),  Jun-Seok  Chung,  Jai-Ho  Oh  and
                  Deg-Hyo Bae (Korea)
     -   3-13     Forecasting `Sumatra' Squall Lines Using a Limited Area Numerical Weather
                  Prediction Model
                  Chin Ling Wong (Singapore)
     -   3-14     Mesoscale Meteorological Model for GAME-T in Thailand
                  Yongnian Shi, Prungchan Wongwises, Boonlert Archevarahuprok and Narong
                  Thonchangya (Thailand)
     -   3-15     Water Potential of Forest Region on the Mountain GOC
                  Ratko Ristic and Grigorije Macan (Yugoslavia)

     -   3-16     Development of a Distributed Hydrological Model for Energy and Water Cycle
                  in Permafrost Region
                  Hiroshi Ishidaira, Toshio Koike, Lu Minjiao and Hironori Yabuki (Japan)
     -   3-17     Regional  Water  Balance  Model  Based  on  the  Concept  of  the  Tank  Model:
                  Application to Huaihe River Basin and Chaophraya River Basin
                  Kazurou Nakane (Japan)
     -   3-18     An  Estimation  of  Seasonal  Variation  of  Actual  Evaporation  in  the  Chao
                  Phraya River Basin in Thailand by using the Force-Restore Model
                  Tomoyoshi Hirota (Japan)
     -   3-19     Analysis of Diurnal Variation of Atmospheric Circulation in Thailand
                  Akira  Watanabe,  Yoshihiro  Tachibana,  Manabu  D.  Yamanaka,  Jun  Matu-
                  moto,  Kinji  Furukawa,  Kazuhito  Ikeda,  Khohei  Asano,  Junichi  Hamada,
                  Kazunori   Ikeda,   Sinjirou   Kanae,   Yuji   Naruse,   Shinya   Ogino,   Miguel
                  C.  Vazquez  (Japan),  Preecha  Sereerat,  Teerapont  Pogrermdee,  Thongchai
                  Saewekul,  Dunyapon  Bisonyabut,  Patipat  Patvivatsiri  (Thailand),  Akimasa
                  Sumi and Katsumi Mushiake (Japan)
     -   3-20     A Markov Chain Model for Daily Precipitation Occurrence in Historical Times
                  (1801-1900) in Seoul, Korea
                  Sung-Euii Moon, Baek-Jo Kim, Chang-Hwan Ha and Jong-Ghap Jhun (Korea)
     -   3-21     Geochemical Cycles in the Arctic Areas
                  Makarov Vladimir Nikolaevich (Russia)
     -   3-22     Surface Heat Flux Estimation in GAME-HUBEX
                  Kenji Tanaka and Shuichi Ikebuchi (Japan)
     -   3-23     To Unite JSM with the Physics Parameterizations of CCSR/NIES GCM for
                  Shinjiro Kanae, Taikan Oki and Katumi Musiake (Japan)
     -   3-24     Intensive Field Observation of Hydrologic Quantities in Keum-River Basin
                  Hong-Sup Shin (Korea)
     -   3-25     A Numerical Study of Heavy Rainfall Cases over Chejudo Island, Korea during
                  Onset and End of the Changma Season Using a 3-D Cloud Model
                  Dong-Il Lee (Korea), Seon Ki Park and Kelvin K. Droegemeier (U.S.A)
     -   3-26     Application of the Simple Conceptual Hydrological Models on the Experiment
                  area for HUBEX
                  Mingkai  Qian,   Minqin  Yang,   Hui  Xu,   Shunfeng  Peng  and  Shijin  Xu
                  (P. R. China)
     -   3-27     Observation and Study for Characteristics of the Surface Radiation Budget
                  over the Northern Tibetan Plateau
                  Ji Guoliang (P. R. China)
11:30 - 13:00 Lunch

13:00 - 14:30 POSTER SESSION

Oral Presentations

  14:30         3-28         Low-and High-Frequency Variations of Climate over Siberia in Recent Decades
                           Vyacheslav  N.  Razuvaev,  O.  N.  Bulygina,  E.  G.  Apasova  and  R.  A.  Mar-
                           tuganov (Russia)

14:45         3-29         Effect of Channel Element Scale on Runoff Response of a Catchment Model
                           Kengo Sunada and Shio Fukui (Japan)
15:00         3-30         Method of Estimation of Sensitivity of Vertical Moisture Transfer Sensitivity
                           within Soil-Vegetation-Atmospheric Surface Layer to Intralandscape Hetero-
                           Alexander Georgiadi Georgievich and I. P. Milyukova (Russia)
15:15         3-31         Aggregation of Land Surface Parameters in the Oasis-Desert Systems of North-
                           west China
                           Jiemin Wang (P. R. China) and Wim G.M. Bastiaanssen (Netherlands)
15:30         3-32         Aggregation Criteria of the Surface Heat Balance over an Area Consisting of
                           Different Land Use Types Using a Linear Model
                           Tosiyuki Nakaegawa, Taikan Oki and Katumi Musiake (Japan)
15:45         3-33         Numerical Modeling of Diurnal Variation of Moisture and Precipitation over
                           Complex Terrain
                           Fujio Kimura and Ryouichi Tanigawa (Japan)
16:00         3-34         Numerical Simulation of a Heavy Rainfall Event along the Changma Front at
                           Central Part of Korean Peninsula Using a 3-D Storm-Scale Model-Dynamics
                           of Individual Storm Cells
                           D.  Seon  Ki  Park  (U.S.A),  Dong-Il  Lee  (Korea),  Kelvin  K.  Droegemeier
                           (U.S.A), Soon-Kap Chung, Kyung-Sup Shin and Jae-Ho Oh (Korea)
16:15         3-35         A Numerical Simulation of the Structure of Meiyu Front over Eastern China
                           and the Associated Lower Level Jet
                           Dingchen Hou (P. R. China) and Ming Xue (U.S.A)
16:30         3-36         A Simulation of Precipitation and Land-Surface Water Budget over the East
                           Asia Using the UC Regional Climate System Model
                           Jinwon Kim, Norman L. Miller (U.S.A), Jun-Seok Chung and Jai-Ho Oh (Ko-
16:45         3-37         Atmospheric Heating Filed and Large-Scale Low-Level Jet During The 1991
                           Meiyu Season Over Changjiang-Huaihe River Basin
                           Yihui Ding and Er Lu (P. R. China)
17:00     Discussions

March 28 (Fri.)

08:30 - 09:00 Poster Introductions (SESSION 4 Energy and Water Cycles in
Monsoon Asia)
     -    4-1     Large Scale Characteristics of Changma and KORMEX
                  In-Sik Kang (Korea)
     -    4-2     Interseasonal Variation and Potential Climatic Change of Precipitation over
                  Korea and East Asia Area
                  Sung-Nam Oh and Tae-Young Kwon (Korea)
     -    4-3     Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Related to the East Asian Summer Pre-
                  Won-Tae Kwon (Korea)
     -    4-4     Atmospheric Circulation Response over the Northern Hemisphere to Equato-
                  rial Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies and its Relation to the Sum-
                  mer Rainfall in the Korean Peninsula
                  Sung-Euii Moon and Baek-Jo Kim (Korea)
     -    4-5     On the Principal Modes of Interannual Variability of the Hydrologic Fields in
                  the East Asia
                  Jeong-Woo Kim and Il-Ung Chung (Korea)
     -    4-6     Space-time  Structure  of  Asian  Monsoon  Interannual  Variability  Simulated
                  with the YONU AGCM
                  Min-Su Joh and Jeong-Woo Kim (Korea)
     -    4-7     Analysis of Rainfall Amount Observed by Chukwookee
                  Jong-Gap Jhun and Byung-Kwon Moon(Korea)
     -    4-8     Climatological Features and Harmonic Analysis of Temperature Effect on the
                  Precipitation during Changma in Korea
                  Ha-Man Cho, Won-Tae Yun, Byung-Hyun Song and Kyung-On Boo (Korea)
     -    4-9     Invention of Scientific Rain Gauge and Monsoon Experiment
                  Sangbok D. Hahn (Korea)
     -   4-10     Hydrologic Forecast on the Base of Meteorological Data
                  Oleg M. Tsoi (Russia)
     -   4-11     Estimation of Precipitation Distribution around the Tibetan Plateau by Satel-
                  lite Data
                  Ken'ichi Ueno (Japan), R. Ferraro, P. Xie (U.S.A), S. Haginoya (Japan) and
                  O. Bajracharya (Nepal)
     -   4-12     The Role of Precipitation in the Suprapermafrost Water Balance in the Sea-
                  sonally Thawing Layer under the Conditions of Yakutia
                  Viktor Shepelev (Russia)
     -   4-13     Rainfall Characteristics from COARE-IOP Ship Observation
                  Shuzhen Pu (P. R. China)
     -   4-14     Onset of the Asian Summer Monsoon over the Malaysian Region
                  Subramaniam Moten (Malaysia)
09:00 - 09:15 Poster Introductions (SESSION 5 GCM Studies)

      -   5-1    Intra-and Interannual Climate Variability in Asia:  Tendencies of Change De-
                 rived from Observations and The IAP RAS Model Simulations
                 I.I.Mokhov, V.K.Petukhov, A.V.Eliseev and V.A.Semenov (Russia)
      -   5-2    Using of the GCM/LAM for the Simulation of the Climate Response to CO2
                 Doubling in the Northern Regions of Russia with High Spatial Resolution
                 A. V. Kislov and G. V. Surkova (Russia)
      -   5-3    Numerical Experiments of Influences of Anomalies in General Circulation Over
                 the Tibetan Plateau and the Surface Albedo in Northwest China on Summer
                 Guowu Sun, Yaxun Yu and Baolin Wang (P. R. China)
      -   5-4    The  Strategical  Consideration  of  Large-Scale  Hydrological  Model  Coupled
                 with GCM for HUBEX/GAME
                 Zhenchun Hao and Liliang Ren (P. R. China)
09:15 - 09:30 Poster Introductions (SESSION 6 Satelite Studies)

      -   6-1    The Seasonal and Diurnal Variation over Tibet as Revealed by the TBB/GMS
                 and Convention Data
                 Longxun Chen, Yukuan Song and Jiping Liu (P. R. China)
      -   6-2    Meridional Transition of Vegetation and Climate over Siberian Tiga
                 Rikie Suzuki, Sugumi Tanaka and Tetsuzo Yasunari (Japan)
      -   6-3    Comparison of Snow Water Equivalent from Ground and Satellite in Eastern
                 Tetsuo Ohata, Hiroyuki Ohno and Hironori Yabuki(Japan)
      -   6-4    Variations in Precipitation Over the Globe as Observed in an Analysis Based
                 on Gauge Observations, Satellite Estimates and Model Outputs
                 Pingping Xie and Phillip A. Arkin (U.S.A)
      -   6-5    TRMM and ATMOS-A1 Satellites for Global Precipitation Measurements
                 Kenji Nakamura (Japan)
09:30 - 11:00 POSTER SESSION

11:00 SESSION 4
Energy and Water Cycles in Monsoon Asia
Oral Presentations

  11:00     4-16     Seasonal Prediction of Indian Monsoon
                     N. Sen Roy (India)
  11:15     4-17     Intraseasonal and Interannual Variation of the East-and Southeast Asian Sum-
                     mer Monsoon:  Rainfall and Typhoon
                     Tsing-Chang Chen (U.S.A)
  11:30     4-18     Role of Heating Contrast on the Onset of the South China Sea Monsoon
                     Hiroaki Ueda and Tetsuzo Yasunari (Japan)
  11:45     4-19     Climatological Features of the East Asian Summer Monsoon Related to Heat

                     Byung-Ju Sohn (Korea)
  12:00     4-20     The Preliminary Study on Hydrological Cycle in Lena River Basin, Siberia
                     Jumpei Kubota, Xieyao Ma and Yoshihiro Fukushima (Japan)
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch

13:30 SESSION 5
GCM Studies
Oral Presentations

   13:30     5-5    Origins and Recycling Processes of Precipitating Water over Continents Ex-
                    amined by an Atmospheric General Circulation Model
                    Atsushi Numaguti (Japan)
   13:45     5-6    Observed versus Simulated Intraseasonal Tropical and Extratropical Interac-
                    tions over the East Asia
                    Kyung-Ja Ha, Ja-Yeon Moon and Jeong-Woo Kim (Korea)
   14:00     5-7    Asian Monsoon in the MRI Coupled GCM
                    Akio Kitoh, S.Yukimoto, A.Noda, S.Nakagawa and T.Motoi (Japan)
   14:15     5-8    Application of Dynamic Extended Range Forecasts to the Prediction of the
                    Asian Monsoon
                    Jae-Kyung E. Schemm (U.S.A)
   14:30     5-9    Doubling CO2 Induced Climatic Change in Water Vapor Transport over East
                    Asian Monsoon Region
                    Sung-Nam Oh, Wan-Ho Lee, Tae-Young Kwon and Min-Su Job (Korea)

14:45 SESSION 6
Satellite Studies
Oral Presentations

  14:45      6-6     NASDA's Satellite Data for GAME
                     Seiichi Ueno (Japan)
  15:00      6-7     The Development of China's Meteorological Satelite and Satelite Meteorology
                     Xu Jianmin (China)
  15:15      6-8     Development of a Method of Soil Moisture Mapping in Permafrost Region by
                     L-band SAR
                     Takeo  Tadono,  Toshio  Koike,  Hiroshi  Ishidaira  (Japan)  and  Jiancheng  SHI
  15:30      6-9     Passive Microwave Remote Sensing of Land Surface Hydrological Conditions
                     at a Continental Scale
                     Toshio Koike, Takeaki Tsukamoto, Junichi Yoshimoto, Yoshiyuki Iijima and
                     Hideyuki Fujii (Japan)
  15:45     6-10     Estimation of Aerodynamic Roughness Parameter Using Synthetic Aperture
                     Radar Data
                     Yasuto  Tachikawa,  Michiharu  Shiiba,  Kaoru  Takara  and  Takuma  Takasao

  16:00     6-11     Study  on  the  Characteristics  of  East  Asia  Monsoon  using  Satellite  Remote
                     Sensing data
                     Ae-Sook Suh (Korea)