محورهای کنفرانس
  • تغيير اقليم و آﻣوزش
  • تغییر اقلیم و بحران آب (سطحی و زیرزمینی)
  • انرژي هاي نو و تجديد ﭘذير
  • مدلسازی و پیش بینی تغییر اقلیم (منطقه ای و جهانی)
  • دیرینه اقلیم و رسوب شناسی
  • تغییر اقلیم و مخاطرات زمین (ریزگرد، سیل، فرونشست، خشکسالی و ...)
  • تغييرات اقليم و سلاﻣت
  • تغییر اقلیم، کشاورزی و امنیت غذا
  • اقلیم و معماری سنتی
  • مدیریت پایدار انرژی و آب
  • گازهای گلخانه ای ایران - راهکارهای کاهش
کمیته علمی
  • یوسف ثبوتی - دبیر علمی: علوم پایه زنجان
  • یداله سبوحی: دانشگاه صنعتی شریف
  • بهرام طاهری: مشاور ارشد وزیر نیرو
  • پدرام عطارد: دانشگاه تهران
  • ساویز صحت کاشانی: سازمان هواشناسی کشور
  • ویلما بایرام زاده: دانشگاه آزاد کرج
  • مصطفی نادری: علوم پایه زنجان
  • مسعود ساعت‌ساز: علوم پایه زنجان
  • ابوالفضل رضایی: علوم پایه زنجان
  • مجید عباسی: دانشگاه زنجان
کمیته اجرایی
  • مجید عباسی: دانشگاه زنجان
  • فرهاد ثبوتی: علوم پایه زنجان
  • سید وحید موسوی: علوم پایه زنجان
  • سارا بازرگان: علوم پایه زنجان
پوستر همایش

ششمین همایش منطقه ای تغییر اقلیم و گرمایش زمین

۱۴ و ۱۵ اسفند ماه ۱۳۹۹

پژوهشکده تغییر اقلیم و گرمایش زمین وابسته به دانشگاه تحصیلات تکمیلی علوم پایه زنجان

راهنمای ورود به محیط مجازی همایش

لینک ورود به همایش

برنامه علمی همایش


پدیده تغییر اقلیم و ‏‎ ‎گرمایش زمین یکی از مباحث مهم و چالش برانگیز جهان در قرن بیست ویکم است. این پدیده جهان را در معرض ‏خطر چرخه‌های نامنظم ، بحران منابع آبی، تغییرات آب و هوایی، خشک سالی، بالا آمدگی سطح آب‎ها، سیل و ... و در نهایت مهاجرت و ‏افزایش فقر قرار خواهد داد. به هر صورت، برای شناسایی و حل چالش های فراروی، راهکارهای علمی و تخصصی وجود دارد که در جای ‏خود قابل بحث و بررسی هستند. در همین راستا، پژوهشكده تغيير اقليم وگرمایش،‎ ششمین همایش منطقه ای تغییر اقلیم و گرمایش ‏زمین را در تاریخ ۱۴ و ۱۵ اسفند ماه سال ۱۳۹۹ در دانشگاه تحصیلات تکمیلی علوم پایه زنجان را برگزار خواهد کرد. در این همایش ‏پژوهشگران به بحث و تبادل دانش در زمینه های مرتبط با تغییر اقلیم و مشکلات ناشی از آن، اقلیم دیرینه و اقليم فرا رو، سازگاري با ‏اقليم، بحران منابع آب کشور و راههای مقابله با آن، انرژی های تجدیدپذیر، مدل سازی فرایندهای اقلیمی، کاربرد علوم ماهواره ای و علم ‏سنجش از دور در برآورد ساز و کارهای اقلیمی و راه هاي تخفيف آثار ناخواسته گرم شدن زمین می پردازند‎. همایش ششم به صورت مجازی برگزار خواهد شد.


جوایز بنیاد دستان برای مقالات برتر همایش

بنیاد علمی دستان که یکی از اهداف آن حمایت از پژوهشگران در حوزه تغییر اقلیم است به مقالات برتر همایش جوایز مالی اهدا خواهد کرد. به سه مقاله که از سوی کمیته علمی برگزیده خواهند شد هر یک از سوی بنیاد مبلغ 20 میلیون ریال اهدا خواهد شد.

سخنرانان ویژه

دکتر آندریاس فیکس، انستیتو فیزیک اتمسفر، مرکز هوافضای آلمان

اندازه گیری متان و کربن دی اکسید با لیدار از هوا و فضا

Methane and CO2 lidar measurements from air and space

Andreas Fix, Axel Amediek, Gerhard Ehret, Christoph Kiemle, Mathieu Quatrevalet, Martin Wirth, Sebastian Wolff
Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Active remote sensing techniques using lidar show much promise to provide accurate measurements of the major anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHG) methane and CO2 columns from air- and spaceborne platforms. Such measurements on global and regional scales are urgently required as input for models helping to provide additional information to constrain bottom-up inventories. Installed onboard the German research aircraft HALO, the integrated-path differential-absorption (IPDA) lidar CHARM-F measures weighted vertical columns of CH4 and CO2 below the aircraft and along its flight track aiming at high accuracy and precision. Results will be shown from the deployment during the CoMet field campaign that was carried out in spring 2018 with its main focus on one of the major European hot spots in methane emissions: the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) in Poland. First analyses reveal a measurement precision of below 0.5% for 20-km averages and also low bias, which was assessed by comparison with in-situ instruments. The measurements flights were designed to capture individual methane plumes from coal mine venting, but also measure regional gradients from this complex source region. Many other different instruments, both airborne and ground-based, complemented the lidar measurements to provide a comprehensive dataset for model analyses. CHARM-F also acts as the airborne demonstrator for MERLIN, the “Methane Remote Lidar Mission”, conducted by the German and French space agencies DLR and CNES with launch foreseen in ~2025. Benefit expected from this mission as well as technological challenges for future GHG space lidars will be discussed.


دکتر دیتریش آلتهاوزن، انستیتوی تحقیقات تروپوسفر لایپنیتس، لایپزیک، آلمان

آسیای مرکزی – یک نقطه گرم غبار

Central Asia – a hot spot of Dust

Dietrich Althausen, Sabur Abdullaev, and Julian Hofer

Atmospheric dust plays an important role in the daily life in Central Asia. Especially Tajikistan is subject to advected dust masses from the Sahara, the Middle Eastern deserts, the Iranian deserts, the Aral desert, others remote sources and – of course – local sources. TROPOS/Germany cooperates with the Tajik Academy of Sciences for long-term vertically-resolved measurements of the atmospheric particles by an aerosol lidar at Dushanbe/Tajikistan. Results of those measurements will be presented. The main aerosol layer height amounts between 3 and 5 km. Dust traces were observed up to 11 km height. The optical properties of the dust measured at Central Asia differ from those of Saharan dust. Cloud-relevant properties show the considerable impact of dust on clouds


دکتر راسل اشنل، پژوهشگر ارشد، سازمان ملی هواشناسی و اقیانوس نگاری، بولدر، ایالات متحده امریکا

هوایی که تنفس می کنیم دیگر مانند گذشته نیست !

!The Air We Breathe: It Is Not As It Used To Be

Dr. Russell Schnell
CIRES Senior Scientist National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 325 Broadway Boulder, CO 80305

The Earth’s long-term air temperature is controlled by small amounts of the trace gases carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) that hold heat radiating from the Earth’s surface. The concentrations of these gases has been relatively constant for the past 10,000 years. But, over the past 200 years they have been steadily increasing from the production and combustion of fossil fuels, changes in forests and expanding agriculture. Human manufactured refrigerants CFC-11 and CFC-12 are also greenhouse gases as well as chemicals that destroy stratospheric ozone to produce the South Pole Ozone Hole. The production of CFC-11 and CFC-12 is banned under the 1987 Montreal Protocol. Nevertheless, in the past four years, illicit production of CFC-11 was detected and a major source traced back to China. The Chinese production appears to have ceased, but there is still some illicit CFC-11 production occurring elsewhere in the northern hemisphere. The 2020South Pole Ozone hole lasted longer and was nearly as strong as any ever recorded. This was due in most part to exceptionally cold temperatures in the stratosphere (colder than -780 C) required to produce Polar Stratospheric Clouds upon which catalytic reactions induced by CFC-11 and CFC-12 destroy ozone. The above scientific results were obtained through long-term measurements of gases, aerosols and solar radiation from networks of sampling sites around the Earth, balloon borne sensors and aircraft measurements. Some measurements require part per trillion (ppt) accuracy. As such, these measurements require high quality calibration standards that must maintain their tractability for up to a century or more to ensure trends are not biased. The Earth’s atmosphere and oceans are warming, ice fields are diminishing, sea levels rising and extremes in weather events are becoming more common. The summertime Arctic ice cap could possibly disappear within 20-40 years. On a global scale, many water scarce areas will become drier, many croplands less productive, a few diseases more energetic and the flow of water from glaciers feeding Asian rivers, unstable. Together, all of these climate driven changes could lead to social unrest and large-scale movement of people away from the most affected areas. So, what can we do in face of global climate warming? Mankind must implement massive adaption strategies, become more efficient in fossil fuel energy usage, develop sustainable wind and solar energy resources, reduce stresses on biological environments and reduce the disparity between rich and lower income countries. The Earth’s long-term air temperature is controlled by small amounts of the trace gases carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) that hold heat radiating from the Earth’s surface. The concentrations of these gases has been relatively constant for the past 10,000 years. But, over the past 200 years they have been steadily increasing from the production and combustion of fossil fuels, changes in forests and expanding agriculture. Human manufactured refrigerants CFC-11 and CFC-12 are also greenhouse gases as well as chemicals that destroy stratospheric ozone to produce the South Pole Ozone Hole. The production of CFC-11 and CFC-12 is banned under the 1987 Montreal Protocol. Nevertheless, in the past four years, illicit production of CFC-11 was detected and a major source traced back to China. The Chinese production appears to have ceased, but there is still some illicit CFC-11 production occurring elsewhere in the northern hemisphere. The 2020South Pole Ozone hole lasted longer and was nearly as strong as any ever recorded. This was due in most part to exceptionally cold temperatures in the stratosphere (colder than -780 C) required to produce Polar Stratospheric Clouds upon which catalytic reactions induced by CFC-11 and CFC-12 destroy ozone. The above scientific results were obtained through long-term measurements of gases, aerosols and solar radiation from networks of sampling sites around the Earth, balloon borne sensors and aircraft measurements. Some measurements require part per trillion (ppt) accuracy. As such, these measurements require high quality calibration standards that must maintain their tractability for up to a century or more to ensure trends are not biased. The Earth’s atmosphere and oceans are warming, ice fields are diminishing, sea levels rising and extremes in weather events are becoming more common. The summertime Arctic ice cap could possibly disappear within 20-40 years. On a global scale, many water scarce areas will become drier, many croplands less productive, a few diseases more energetic and the flow of water from glaciers feeding Asian rivers, unstable. Together, all of these climate driven changes could lead to social unrest and large-scale movement of people away from the most affected areas. So, what can we do in face of global climate warming? Mankind must implement massive adaption strategies, become more efficient in fossil fuel energy usage, develop sustainable wind and solar energy resources, reduce stresses on biological environments and reduce the disparity between rich and lower income countries


پروفسور پی یر لنا، دانشگاه پاریس و آکادمی علوم فرانسه

آموزش تغییر اقلیم

​Educating to climate change

Professor Pierre Léna
Observatoire & Université de Paris

The pandemics is demonstrating the interdependence of the whole humanity, the lack of care in the control of threatening epidemics and the role of science to inform, understand and possibly cure. It is also showing the difficulties to make rational decisions, based on available science and accepted by citizens. This on-going lesson must not be forgotten when considering the climatic or ecological transition, in order to ensure the necessary attenuation of and adaptation to climate change. The presentation will cover the status of climate change education in international bodies such as UN and IPCC, and its challenges for implementation at primary, secondary and higher levels. It will explore the current actions carried in various countries, developing as well as developed ones, in terms of curricula, teachers preparation and scientist’s involvement.


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