The 12th International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP 2020)

Країна: Китай

Місто: Lanzhou

Тези до: 15.01.2020

Дати: 22.06.20 — 26.06.20

Область наук: Географічні;

Е-мейл Оргкомітету:

Організатори: State Key Laboratory of Frozen Soil Engineering, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Science


ICOP2020 sessions
1. Engineering – construction and design

    1.1 Engineering Properties of Frozen Ground
    ( Zhaohui Joey Yang, USA; Xiangbing Kong, Canada; John Thornley, USA; Feng Zhang, China.)

    1.2 Frozen Ground Engineering
    ( Xiangbing Kong, Canada; Zhaohui Joey Yang, USA; Mingyi Zhang, China; Edward Yarmak, USA; Karlis Rieksts, Norway.)

    1.3 Permafrost related challenges in the exploration and exploitation of natural resources
    ( Pavel Talalay, China; Lukas Arenson, Canada; Lorna Linch, UK.)

    1.4 Geotechnical problem in infrastructure construction and its countermeasure in seasonally frozen regions
    ( Liang Tang, Guoyu Li, Xianzhang Ling, Feng Zhang, Lijun Deng, China.)

    1.5 Express highway in permafrost regions
    ( Shuangjie Wang, Jianbing Chen, Yuanhong Dong, China; Gordon Zhang, Canada.)

2. Frost heave and thaw subsidence

    2.1 Thaw subsidence and frost uplift
    ( Lin Liu, Hong Kong, China; Sofia Antonova, Germany; Alexandra Veremeeva, Alexander I. Kizyakov, Russia.)

    2.2 Advances in measurement and modeling of frozen soil hydraulic and thermal properties: What’s new?
    ( Hailong He, China; Miles Dyck, Canada; Yuki Kojima, Japan.)

    2.3 Coupled heat and mass transfer in cold regions
    ( Zhi Wen, Dahu Yui, China; Alexander Zhirkov, Russia.)

    2.4 Constitutive Modeling of Frozen Soils
    ( Jiankun Liu, Wei Ma, Dan Chang, China.)

3. Carbon biogeochemistry

    3.1 Carbon, nitrogen and contaminants under climate pressure: Quantity and fate of permafrost inventories
    ( Jens Strauss, Germany; Christina Schädel, USA; Gustaf Hugelius, Sweden.)

    3.2 Permafrost organic matter, nutrients and pollutants and their lateral transport within the Arctic land-ocean-continuum
    ( George Tanski, Lisa Bröder, Netherlands; Michael Fritz, Germany; Suzanne Tank, Canada.)

    3.3 Molecular Biomarkers in the Polar Regions and Cryosphere
    ( Loeka L. Jongejans, Germany; Lisa Bröder, Netherlands; Kai Mangelsdorf, Germany; Xiaojuan Feng, China.)

4. Coastlines

    4.1 The Arctic land-ocean transition. Permafrost in river delta and shelf regions of the Arctic
    ( Matthias Fuchs, Paul Mann, Germany; Gerald V. Frost, USA.)

    4.2 Polar Coastlines in Transition: Arctic - Antarctic perspectives
    ( Matt C. Strzelecki, Louise Farquharson, Poland; Mette Bendixen, USA.)

    4.3 Subsea permafrost dynamics
    ( Martin Stendel, Denmark; Paul Overduin, Germany; Sara Sayedi, USA; Cuicui Mu, China.)

5. Geohazards

    5.1 Thermokarst lake dynamics across multiple spatial and temporal scales
    ( Josefine Lenz, Germany; Frédéric Bouchard, France; Benjamin M. Jones, USA; Katrin Kohnert, Germany.)

    5.2 Climate Change and Cryosphere Disasters
    ( Wei Shan, China; Marten.Geertsema, Canada; Ying Guo, China.)

    5.3 Aufeis in changing permafrost: research challenges and opportunities
    ( Olga Makarieva, Russia; Timothy Ensom, Canada; Douglas Kane, USA; Vladimir Alexeev, Russia.)

    5.4 Mountain permafrost and rock glacier hydrology
    ( Jordan S. Harrington, Pablo A. Wainstein, Canada; Lothar Schrott, Germany.)

    5.5 Using model-data fusion to understand cold regions hydrological and biophysical processes in a changing climate
    ( Mousong Wu, China; Wexin Zhang, Sweden; Youhua Ran, China.)

6. Remote Sensing

    6.1 Applications of UAV on cold region ecology and environment studies
    ( Shuhua Yi, China; Go Iwahana, USA; Yu Qin, China.)

    6.2 Remote Sensing of Permafrost Landscape Dynamics
    ( Alexandra Runge, Ingmar Nitze, Germany; Annett Bartsch, Austria; Sebastian Westermann, Norway.)

7. Education

    7.1 Education and Outreach – and how to train the next generation of interdisciplinary researchers and science leaders to manage permafrost changes
    ( Julie Malenfant-Lepage, Canada; Frédéric Bouchard, France; Josefine Lenz, Germany; Ylva Sjöberg, Sweden.)

8. Other

    8.1 Permafrost and Periglacial Processes: a commemoration of Professor Emeritus Hugh M. French

    8.2 Ordinary sessions

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