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A workshop discusses pilot studies of land resources in Taiwan will be held in Taipei on 4 September, 2017. The workshop aims to conduct a platform for researchers and scientists to exchange and share the studies, to investigate contemporary land issues, and most importantly, to impact and collaborate with one another, facilitate the future study and following works.
Land Resources Core Project “Modeling Dynamic Changes and Mechanisms of Land Systems” is collaborated by several research teams towards the land resources related issues, particularly in land system at present. The research is conducted by participants from different institutions together to investigate some critical circumstances of developed, undeveloped or developing land, thus, to ameliorate and enhance the appropriate use of lands to approach a sustainable nation in the coming decade.
The workshop topics are listed but not limited as follows:
Teleconnections; Coupled human and natural systems; Climate and economic telecouplings; Land change science; Climate and land use dynamics; Land systems modeling; Land use modeling; Land use/cover changes modeling; Economic and land use change; Economic and land policy; Land policy and management; Interaction of policy and model; Assessing methods of land use change; Land use and land cover change; Driving forces of land system change.