2015 APEC Typhoon Symposium (APTS)-Lessons Learned from Disastrous Typhoons

Nov. 24-25, 2015| Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology (IESM) Auditorium, Manila, the Philippines

 

Time

 Nov. 24

08:30~09:00

Registration

Opening Remarks

09:00~09:40

Vincente B. Malano, Philippines Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, The Philippines

Raymund E. Liboro, Department of Science and Technology, the Philippines

Tai-Lai Chang, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines, Chinese Taipei

Amadeo R. Perez Jr., Manila Economic and Cultural Office, the Philippines

Ching-Hua Lo, National Applied Research Laboratories, Chinese Taipei

09:40~10:00

Group Photo / Coffee Break

Session 1: Keynote Speech

10:00~10:40

Keynote Speech 1: The Short-term Real-time Typhoon Flood Forecasting

Gwo-Fong Lin, National Taiwan University, Chinese Taipei

10:40~11:20

Keynote Speech 2: Recent Disaster in the Philippines: Typhoon Koppu (Lando)

Vincente B. Malano, Philippines Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, The Philippines

11:20~12:00

Keynote Speech 3: Observation and Polarimetric Signature of Flash Flood Storms in Taipei

Ben Jong-Dao Jou, National Taiwan University, Chinese Taipei

12:00~13:10

Lunch

Session 2: Meteorology and Hydrology

Chair: Ben Jong-Dao Jou, Co-Chair: Vincente B. Malano

13:10~13:30

Improved Global Tropical Cyclone Forecasts from NOAA: Lessons Learned and Path Forward

Vijay Tallapragada, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA

13:30~13:50

Validation of Simulated Tropical Cyclone Raindrop Sizes using Polarimetric Radar

Michael M. Bell, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA

13:50~14:10

Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Multiscale Processes vs. Butterfly Effect

Bo-Wen Shen, San Diego State University, USA

14:10~14:30

Runoff Estimation for Typhoon Storms in Ungauged Watersheds

Kwan Tun Lee, National Taiwan Ocean University, Chinese Taipei

14:30~14:50

Experiences and Insights in Flood Assessments, Advisory and Early Warning Systems for

River Basins in the Philippines

Enrico C. Paringit, University of the Philippines, The Philippines

14:50~15:10

Development of Decision Support System (DSS) for Operational Flood Forecasting

Sutat Weesakul, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand

15:10~15:30

Coffee Break

 

Session 3: Impact of Disaster Experience on Future Preparedness

Chair: Ching-Cheng Chang, Co-Chair: Juan M. Pulhin

15:30~15:50

Does Disaster Experience Undermine Risk Perception and Response: An Empirical Analysis of Typhoon-Morakot

 Ching-Cheng Chang, Academia Sinica, Chinese Taipei

15:50~16:10

The Aftermath of Typhoon Ondoy: Exploring Ecotown as a Strategy for Enhancing Climate Resilience of Metro Manila, Philippines

Ma. Victoria O. Espaldon, University of the Philippines Los Baños, The Philippines

16:10~16:30

Risk Awareness and Perceptions after Typhoon Morakot: Community-based Survey on Residents' Response and Preparedness for Future Climate Chang in Tainan County

Ya-Pin Lyu, APEC Research Center for Typhoon and Society, Chinese Taipei

16:30~16:50

Revisiting the Socio-economic Impacts of the 2004 Typhoon Disaster in Eastern Luzon, Philippines: Implications to Environmental Governance and Climate Change Adaption

Juan M. Pulhin, University of the Philippines Los Baños , The Philippines

16:50~17:10

Financial Management for Catastrophic Flood Risks: Peak Runoff Index Insurance

Shu-Ling Chen, National Taipei University, Chinese Taipei

17:10~17:30

Applying Ensemble Probabilistic Forecasts in Risk-Based Decision Making

Hui-Ling Chang, Central Weather Bureau, Chinese Taipei

18:30~21:00

Welcome Banquet (Hosted by PAGASA), Luxent Hotel

Time

 Nov. 25

08:30~09:00

Registration

 

Member Economies Experience Sharing Session:

Chair: Tien-Chiang Yeh, Co-Chair: Flaviana Hilario

Each presentation: 15 minutes

09:00~09:15

The Impacts of Tropical Cyclone on Weather Conditions and Natural Disaster Events in Indonesia

Miming Saepudin, Jakarta Tropical Cyclone Warning Center, Indonesia

09:15~09:30

Heavy Rainfall Caused by Tropical Cyclones in 2015 and Related Forecasts/Warnings from JMA

Isao Takano, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan

09:30~09:45

The Metro Manila Urban Flooding Alert System

Chino Uichanco, Disaster Risk Exposure and Assessment for Mitigation Program, the Philippines

09:45~10:00

Typhoon Forecasting and QPF Technique Development in CWB

Kuo-Chen Lu, Central Weather Bureau, Chinese Taipei

10:00~10:15

Early Warning System and On-site Observation of Debris Flow Disasters

Hsiao-Yuan Yin, Soil and Water Conservation Bureau, Council of Agriculture, Chinese Taipei

10:15~10:30

Coffee Break

10:30~10:45

The Experience of Using Satellite Data to Estimate the Intensity and Position of Tropical Cyclones

Luh-Hsiang Chi, Central Weather Bureau, Chinese Taipei

10:45~11:00

Climate Change Impact on Water Resources Using Global Climate and Hydrological Model

Chaiwat Ekkawatpanit, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

11:00~11:15

Orographic Effects on Heavy Rainfall Event at Korat Northeastern Thailand in 2010

Charoon Laohalertchai, Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand

11:15~11:30

River Dredging and Gravel Disposal after Typhoon Morakot

Tun-Chi Yang, Water Resources Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Chinese Taipei

11:30~11:45

Effects of Tropical Cyclones and Depressions to Viet Nam

Nguyen Van Huong, National Hydro-Meteorological Service of Viet Nam, Viet Nam

11:45~11:50

Concluding Session & Closing Remarks

11:50~13:00

Lunch

13:00~18:00

Field Study: La Mesa Watershed Reservation (Hosted by PAGASA)

18:30~21:00

Farewell Banquet (Hosted by ACTS)