AOGS 2008 Distinguished Lectures
|"Modeling of Tropical Convection by Use of an Ultra-high Resolution (3.5-7km) Global Atmosphere Model - New Age of Tropical Meteorology"
Dr. Taroh Matsuno
|"Space-borne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Geophysical Applications: Polarimetric Imaging and Monitoring of Earth’s Surface Processes"
Prof. Wooil M. Moon
|AS||"Climate Change and Its Impacts on the Korean Environment"
Dr. Chae Shik Rho
|HS||"ADVECTIVE TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA:
Analytical, Computational and Experimental Approaches"
Dr. A.P.S. Selvadurai
|OS||"From the East China Sea to global continental margins: their role in the global biogeochemical cycle in the past, present and future"
Prof. Kon-Kee Liu
|PS||"The Kaguya (SELENE) Mission and Lunar Science"
Prof. Manabu Kato
|ST||"High Power Radar Studies of Low Latitude Plasma Irregularities"
Prof. Pendyala Balarama Rao
|"The Interaction of the Solar Wind with the Interstellar Medium"
Prof. Gary P. Zank
|SE||"Evolution of igneous activities in South Korea: Implications for the tectonic evolution of East Asia"
Prof. Sung-Tack Kwon
|"Some seismic and tectonic aspects about the Ms8 Wenchuan earthquake, Sichuan, China"
Prof. Xinglin Wei
|"Report on the faulting mechanism of the Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake, China"
Prof. Aiming Lin
|"Uplift of Mountains and Climate Change"
|"Tools to Solicit Changing Mindsets of Key Stakeholders towards Meeting Challenges of IWRM in the Twenty-first Century"
|"To the Moon with KAGUYA (SELENE)"