Department of Geography, National Taiwan University | Taipei, Taiwan
|1987-1991||PhD Department of Geography, King’s College London|
|1997 –||Professor, Department of Geography, NTU|
|2010/6-2013/2||Vice Dean, General Affairs, National Taiwan University|
|2014/1-2017/7||Director, Global Change Research Center|
(1) Slope erosion
Mechanisms of soil erosion and slope erosion in mudstone and conglomerate rock area. Data acquisition systems were developed through research projects.
(2) Coastal geomorphological study and hazardous study
Coastal landforms and potential hazardous zoning since 1991 through series of research projects which were sponsored by Ministry of Interior, Environment Protection Agency and Taiwan Provincial Government.
(3) Management and Monitoring of sediment yield within small scale watersheds.
(4) Environmental, geographical education and sustainable development
(5) Land Monitoring
(6) Landscape conservation and geopark
Taiwan can be a hot spot for island studies. Taiwan can also host workshops for SE Asia countries.
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Which of the three themes and four hotspots of Future Earth Coasts are you addressing with your work?
X Dynamic Coasts
X Human Development and Coasts
X Pathways to Coastal Sustainability
X Small islands
X Urbanization in coastal zones
☐ Arctic Coasts
☐ River-Mouth Systems, Deltas and Estuaries