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@@ Wednesday, June 26th, 2013
  1. Welcoming remarks
    Toshimasa Ohara (NIES, Japan) and Hajime Akimoto (ACAP, Japan)

  2. Meeting objectives
    Krishna Vadrevu and Chris Justice (Univ. of Maryland, USA)

  3. ERTDF S-7 Project
    Hajime Akimoto (ACAP, Japan)

  4. 7 South East Asian Studies - 2010-2013 spring campaigns
    George Lin (National Central University, Taiwan)

  5. Regional emission inventory in ASia (REAS) version 2
    Toshimasa Ohara (NIES, Japan)

  6. Urban air pollutants and inventory in South Asia/India
    Bhola Gurjar (IIT, Roorkee, India)

  7. GHG emissions estimation from LULUCF sector
    Kiyoto Tanabe (IGES, IPCC-TFI-TSU, Japan)

  8. Global and Asian NOx emission estimates derived from a combined assimilation of multiple satellite observations
    Kazuyuki Miyazaki (JAMSTEC, Japan)

  9. Global and regional emissions estimates for N2O
    Eri Saikawa (Emory University, USA)

  10. Inverse modeling of long-term CO emission in China with Green's function method and forward sensitivity
    Keiya Yumimoto (MRI, Japan)

  11. Ensemble Kalman filter assimilation of MODIS AOT in a non-hydrostatic icosahedral aerosol transport model
    Tie Dai (IAP, China)

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@@ Thursday, June 27th, 2013
  1. NASA LCLUC program: Land Cover and Land Use Change and Atmospheric interactions
    Chris Justice (Univ. of Maryland, USA)

  2. JAXA Remote Sensing Satellite Missions-Utilization for Earth and Environment Observation
    Toshiyoshi Kimura (EORC/JAXA, Japan)

  3. Satellite observations of land cover change, biomass burning and transboundary haze pollution in insular Southeast Asia
    Soo Chin Liew (CRISP, NUS, Singapore)

  4. Estimation of global CO2 and CH4 emissions with land cover characterization by remote sensing
    Wataru Takeuchi (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)

  5. GOSAT - CO2 and CH4 measurements from space -
    Tatsuya Yokota (NIES, Japan)

  6. Satellite observations as a tool for studying carbon emissions over Asia
    Tom Oda (CSU-NOAA, USA)

  7. Nighttime VIIRS data and applications
    Christopher Elvidge (NOAA, USA)

  8. Remote sensing applications on land use, land cover and air pollution in south Vietnam
    Lam Dao Nguyen (GIS & RSRC, Vietnam)

  9. Remotely-sensed Land Cover Change Program of the Indonesia's National Carbon Accounting System (INCAS)
    Kustiyo (Indonesia National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, Indonesia)

  10. Potential of GCOM-C1/SGLI datasets for quantifying biomass and water stress
    Koji Kajiwara (Chiba University, Japan)

  11. Satellite derived Fire products for Biomass burning studies
    Chris Justice (Univ. of Maryland, USA)

  12. Biomass burning in Thailand
    Narisara Thongboonchoo (KMITL, Thailand)

  13. Emissions of CO and NOx from Biomass Burning in Siberia: Current Uncertainties & Environmental Implications
    Hiroshi Tanimoto (NIES, Japan)

  14. Land use and carbon stock in slash-&-burn ecosystems - a case study in Laos-
    Yoshio Inoue (NIAES, Japan)

  15. Fire occurrences and burning emissions in Central Asia
    Magsar Erdenetuya (National Remote Sensing Center, Mongolia)

  16. Recent active forest fires on peatland in Indonesia
    Hiroshi Hayasaka (Hokkaido University, Japan)

  17. Biomass burning and air quality in the equatorial Southeast Asia
    Mastura Mahmud (Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia)

  18. Operational fire danger rating system in Indonesia
    Israr Albar (Ministry of forestry, Indonesia)

  19. Biomass burning emissions in Indo-Ganges and uncertainties
    Krishna Vadrevu (University of Maryland, USA)

  20. Biomass burning in Southeast Asia from field studies to satellite data analysis and the SPRINTARS model
    Haruo Tsuruta (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)

  21. Southeast Asia working group of IGAC - Discussion-
    Hiroshi Tanimoto (NIES, Japan)

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@@ Friday, June 28th, 2013
  1. Satellite remote sensing of aerosols -Past, present and future-
    Teruyuki Nakajima (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)

  2. Aerosol atmospheric interactions in the Asian region
    Umesh Kulshrestha (JNU, India)

  3. Field observations of aerosols and related species in East Asia to constrain model simulations and emission inventory
    Yugo Kanaya (JAMSTEC, Japan)

  4. Observation of air pollution aerosols and Asian dusts using the Asian dust and aerosol Lidar observation network (AD-Net)
    Tomoaki Nishizawa (NIES, Japan)

  5. Ground observation of aerosols in North East Asia
    Akinori Takami (NIES, Japan)

  6. An application of HDDM sensitivity analysis over East Asia
    Syuichi Itahashi (CRIEPI, Japan)

  7. Simulation of aerosol spatial distribution over Asia using a global aerosol model
    Daisuke Goto (NIES, Japan)

  8. Global modeling and projection of short-lived climate pollutants
    Kengo Sudo (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

  9. Particulate matter concentration estimation from satellite aerosol and meteorological parameters - a case study from Hanoi, Vietnam
    Thanh Nguyen (Vietnam National University Hanoi, Vietnam)

  10. Validating GHG Satellite Data Using the Total Carbon Column Observing Network
    Ronald Macatangay (University of Philippines, Philippines)

  11. Southeast Asia Regional Information Network (SEARIN) Discussion
    Chris Justice and Krishna Vadrevu (University of Maryland, USA)

  12. Final Remarks
    Krishna Vadrevu (University of Maryland, USA)

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