Announcement of the Environmental Geography 24th June

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 Announcement of the Environmental Geography 24th June

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geoeco 2015/6/22 11:46
環境起学専攻 教員・学生の皆様

人間生態システムコース・環境地理学アプローチ博士2年の小林勇介です。
前期第8回目の環境地理学セミナーの案内を致します。連絡が遅くなり申し訳ありません。
興味のある方は是非、ご参加ください。

【日時】6月24日14時45分〜18時00分

【場所】C204(2)

【プログラム】
1.個人の活動報告(全員)
2.研究発表(アミット)
3.論文紹介(張志洪)

【アミット・クマール・バタール】
発表題目:Using Satellite data to monitor land use and land cover change in Rudraprayag district, Garhwal Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India

【張志洪】
論文所在:http://www.episodes.org/index.php/epi/article/viewFile/62481/48747
論文題目:The socio-economic benefits of establishing National Geoparks in China
雑誌:Episodes, Vol. 26, no. 4, December 2003
著者:Zhao Xun, Zhao Ting
概要:Since 2000, based on a wealth of geological heritage sites and experience with their conservation, China has formally approved the establishment of forty four National Geoparks, whose distribution and characteristics are dominated by structural setting and neotectonism. Conserving and developing the sites have brought about favorable social, economic and environmental benefits, and created a positive climate for their inclusion in the world Geopark network under the patronage of UNESCO. Geological sites record the important physical phenomena from which we can trace the evolutionary history of the Earth. They serve as an avenue for the understanding of the Earth’s 4,600 Ma-history, and are the only source providing essential information on the Earth’s evolutionary changes and processes. In this connection, people regard geological sites as an invaluable legacy bestowed by Mother Earth and name them a ‘geological heritage’. Safeguarding and treasuring this heritage, which, once lost can never be recovered, has become a matter of common concern for the people of the global village. The history of the study and conservation of geological remains can be traced back to ancient times. But because of underdevelopment of science and technology, no scientific answers were available then to the mysteries hidden within these phenomena, and the conservation efforts were spontaneous. Scientific research on geological remains and the progressive recognition of their significance are in a real sense the outcome of the Industrial Revolution and the development of modern science. From ignorance to science, and from spontaneity to consciousness, there is an endless progression.


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Dear all:

I am Yusuke KOBAYASHI (D2)
This is an announcement of the Environmental geography seminar.
If you have any interest, please attend the seminar.

【Date】: 24th June (wed.), 14:45〜18:00
【Place】: C204(2)
【Content】:
1. Individual Study Report
All members
2.Study Report
Amit Kumar Batar
3.Journal Review
Zhang Zhihong

【Amit Batar Kumar】
Title:Using Satellite data to monitor land use and land cover change in Rudraprayag district, Garhwal Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India

【Zhang Zhihong】
URL:http://www.episodes.org/index.php/epi/article/viewFile/62481/48747
Title:The socio-economic benefits of establishing National Geoparks in China
Journal:Episodes, Vol. 26, no. 4, December 2003
Author:Zhao Xun, Zhao Ting
Abstract:Since 2000, based on a wealth of geological heritage sites and experience with their conservation, China has formally approved the establishment of forty four National Geoparks, whose distribution and characteristics are dominated by structural setting and neotectonism. Conserving and developing the sites have brought about favorable social, economic and environmental benefits, and created a positive climate for their inclusion in the world Geopark network under the patronage of UNESCO. Geological sites record the important physical phenomena from which we can trace the evolutionary history of the Earth. They serve as an avenue for the understanding of the Earth’s 4,600 Ma-history, and are the only source providing essential information on the Earth’s evolutionary changes and processes. In this connection, people regard geological sites as an invaluable legacy bestowed by Mother Earth and name them a ‘geological heritage’. Safeguarding and treasuring this heritage, which, once lost can never be recovered, has become a matter of common concern for the people of the global village. The history of the study and conservation of geological remains can be traced back to ancient times. But because of underdevelopment of science and technology, no scientific answers were available then to the mysteries hidden within these phenomena, and the conservation efforts were spontaneous. Scientific research on geological remains and the progressive recognition of their significance are in a real sense the outcome of the Industrial Revolution and the development of modern science. From ignorance to science, and from spontaneity to consciousness, there is an endless progression.


Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.
Best Regards,
Kobayashi

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