Day I: Groundwater use and its impacts

Place: Shih-Liang Hall

Time Day 1, March 18, 2019
09:00-09:20 Welcome + Coffee
09:20-09:30 Introduction Min-Hui and Agnès
09:30-12:20 Session I
Groundwater use and its impacts
09:30-10:10 The Human Fingerprint on Changing Freshwater Availability and its Representation in Land Surface Models Dr. Jay Famiglietti
10:10-10:50 Historical Contributions of Groundwater Pumping to Sea Level Rise at Global and Continental Scales Dr. Pat Yeh
10:50-11:00 Coffee
11:00-11:40 Improving Hydroclimatic Hindcasts Through Multisensor and Multivariate Land Data Assimilation Dr. Zong-Liang Yang
11:40-12:20 Groundwater representations in a coupled human-water model Dr. Qiuhong Tang
12:20-13:40 Lunch
13:40-17:00 Session II
Groundwater representation, assimilation and   evaluation in climate models
13:40-14:10 Assessing Approaches for Representing Groundwater in Global Models using Aquifers in the United States as Examples Dr. Bridget Scanlon
14:10-14:40 On the use of a physically-based baseflow time constant in ORCHIDEE land surface model Dr. Anne Jost
14:40-15:10 Using GRACE Data to Evaluate Global Terrestrial Water Storage Anomaly in CMIP5 Models Mr. Ren-Jie Wu
15:10-15:40 Coffee
15:40-16:20 Sustainability of global groundwater use: An integrated water resources modeling framework to assess groundwater overuse and associated impacts Dr. Yoshi Wada
16:20-17:00 Evaluation of groundwater simulations in Benin from the ALMIP2 project Dr. Mehnaz Rashid
17:00-18:00 Discussion, constitution of 2 RT groups>

  1. Groundwater representation in continental to global hydrologic models (Tom with Qiuhong+Mehnaz+Jie)
  2. Groundwater-Climate Interactions (Jeanne with Pat+Rong-You+Ting-Hui+Chia-Wei)
18:15 Dinner at Howard Hotel (by invitation)