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Red River Basin - human activities and climate change

Training course program

03/11/2016 09:54

TRAINING COURSE:
Day 1: Measurement and calculation of carbon emission from river system
Day 2: Carbon emission and transfer from river system: observation and modelling

TRAINING COURSE
Tuesday  15 th November  2016 
PART 2: TRAINING COURSE (day 1)
Carbon emission and transfer from river system: observation and modelling
Day 1: Measurement and calculation of carbon emission from river system
8h30 – 9h00 Reception
9h00’ – 10h 30’ Prof. Dr XiXi LU
National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Review of carbon emission from the world rivers: source, sinks, factors impacted
10h30’ – 10h40’ Coffee break
10h40’ – 12h00’ Dr Cyril MARCHAND
IRD, FRANCE
Measurement and calculation of CO2  outgassing fluxes  at the river air  - water surface  by different methods
12h00’ - 13h30’ Lunch time
13h30’ - 14h45’ Mr Shaoda LIU
National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
- Calculations of  pCO2 by CO2_SYS software and CO2 flux  at the air  - water surface
- Case study of CO2 outgassing from low-gradient large Yangtze rivers
14h45’ – 15h00’ Coffee break
15h00’ – 16h45’ Dr Tu Cuong HO
Institute of Environmental Technology (IET, VAST), VIETNAM
Application of  R software in the analysis of data
16h45’ – 17h00’ Discussion
Wednesday  16 th November 2016 
PART 2: TRAINING COURSE (day 2)
Carbon emission and transfer from river system: observation and modelling
Day 2: Modelling carbon transfers and emission from river system: application of the  Seneque Riverstrahler model,
Dr Gilles BILLEN/ Dr Josette GARNIER/ Mr Sylvain THERY, CNRS, University of  Pierre  and  Marie Curie, UPMC, FRANCE
NB: A computer for two participants is at least a necessary, for which the owner must be the administrator of it for installing the model and related data bases.
9h00’ -  10h30’ - General principles of the model, Hydro-morphological constraints,  point and diffuse inputs - Kinetics of ecological processes taken into account
- Structure of georeferenced data bases used in the Seneque software
10h30’ – 10h40’ Coffee break
10h40’ - 12h00’ - Creating sub-basin unit for a watershed  description
- Decomposition of discharge under base flow and surface flow
- Running the model  on the upstream Red River Basin
- Simulations and observations : comparisons
- Flux calculations (N, P, Si, C)
12h00’ - 13h30’ Lunch time
13h30’ -  15h00’ - Running the model  on the Day River chaining the result of the runs of the upstream basin
- Simulations and observations : comparisons
- Flux calculations (N, P, Si, C)  
15h00’ - 15h10’ Coffee break
15h10’ - 17h00’ - Scenarios construction
- Informal report by the participants
 
 

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