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    Button to: Graduate Division of Earth & Atmospheric Science
    Seminar 9 Apr 20
    Prof. Amos TAI and his team published a paper that shows air pollution affect the growth of plants in Hong Kong recently. This is the first research of its kind that is conducted in Hong Kong and it shows that ozone level in Hong Kong is high enough to damage plants. A number of media organisations have covered the research findings.

    Seminar 17 Jan 20
    High-Resolution Weather Predictions Using A Variable-Resolution Global Model by Mr. Raphael Yuk Sing Lui and Mr. Chris Chi Chiu Cheung, ClusterTech Limited, Hong Kong

    Seminar 10 Jan 20
    Ancient Lakes and Seas on Mars by Dr. Joseph Michalski, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, The University of Hong Kong

    Seminar 6 Jan 20
    Professor Shemin GE (葛社民) joins the Earth System Science Programme of the Faculty of Science as a Fulbright Scholar.

    Seminar 22 Nov 19
    [Cancelled] Dynamos of the Earth and Jupiter: How Deep Are They Below the Surface? by Dr. Yue-Kin Tsang, School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

    Seminar 8 Nov 19
    The Deep Water Cycle at Subduction Zones by Professor Julia Ribeiro, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

    Seminar 30 Oct 19
    Material Consequences: Chinese Iron Ore Demand and Steel Supply in the Arctic by Dr. Mia Bennett, Department of Geography and School of Modern Languages & Cultures, The University of Hong Kong

    Seminar 18 Oct 19
    Integrating Geospatial Technologies, Environmental Science, and Health Research by Professor Mei-Po Kwan, Institute of Earth and Space Information Science & Department of Geography and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong