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The use of Naturally produced 35S to predict El Nino and La Nina events and solar cycles

Distinguished Professor / Chancellors Associates Chair Mark Thiemens
Distinguished Professor, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UC San Diego

2022.12.07 (Wed)

14:00 - 16:00

2034 Meeting Room

Honors and Awards

Congrats! Dr. FK Shiah’s Publication in Science Advances

Viral Shunt in Tropical Ocean- A 30 years’ grudge between viruses and bacteria.

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2022.10.31

Lectures

Western US wildfires with health effects in a changing climate

Professor Joshua Fu
Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee

2022.12.14 (Wed)

14:00 - 16:00

2034 Meeting Room

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Climate Science, Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, Hydrospheric Science, 環境韌性與永續

Environmental Resilience & Sustainability Research Group

Concurrent Assessment of Personal, Indoor, and Outdoor PM2.5 and PM1 Levels and Source Contributions using Novel Low‐cost Sensing Devices

The intensity, frequency, duration, and contribution of distinct PM2.5 sources in Asian households have seldom been assessed; these are evaluated in this work with concurrent personal, indoor, and outdoor PM2.5 and PM1 m...

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Research of Taiwan Freshwater Observatory under Climatic Changes

The time-series typed study in aquatic ecosystems has been recognized as one of the most effective tools to explore long-term environment/ecosystem changes (A). Since 2004, a time-series type watershed biogeochemical obs...

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Location matters!!!

Geoscientists are trained to use the present as a key to realize the past; however, they also believe the past is a key to predict the future. Speleothems are known as one of the best archives of paleoclimate, which have...

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Nickel SOD protects nitrogen fixation in Trichodesmium

The ocean absorbs about 30% of anthropogenic CO2 annually! The cycling of CO2 absorbed by the ocean (Blue carbon) is mainly regulated by two processes, physical pump (or solubility pump) and biological pump. Physical pum...

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