The earth have been providing humanity with valuable natural resources. These resources include energy, minerals, air, water, soil, plants, and animals. The time is now for us to promote discussion on how to utilize the earth’s vast natural resources to further advance human civilization with keeping “sustainability” in mind.
Currently by means of advanced sensors, whether in situ observation or sensing remotely, coring, inverse methods, and modelling, we have such a BIG Earth Data and the Science behind it. If you work with any data belongs to the hydrosphere, geosphere, atmosphere, cryosphere and or biosphere of the earth, we cordially welcome you here to give talks and fruitful discussions in order to sustain civilization on earth.
Devoting to theoretical and applied aspects across the whole spectrum of geo-environmental hazard, but not limited to earthquake, tsunami, volcano, landslide, and flood. We encourage studies that implement multi-disciplinary science, innovative methods, and practical implementation to evaluate and assess the corresponding hazard and its mitigation aspects. Analyses of risk and hazard assessment are crucial for disaster management.
The interaction between the ocean, atmosphere and cryosphere governs our earth’s climate. In between, the behavior of the biomass and anthropogenic activity highly contribute to the system. In this topic, we invite you who works on any component falls to the climate system on the global or regional scale, paleo-oceanography, paleoclimate, – by means of diagnostic, analytical, and or modeling methods.
Deadline: extended to 22 November 2021
Deadline: Extended to 29 December 2021
Deadline: 5 December 2021