Responsable : Jacques Leider

Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre
20 Borommaratchachonnani Road
Bangkok 10170
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C. Pottier @ Ho Chi Minh Ville
C. Pottier a été invité à participer à la réunion finale du Greater Mekong Basin Project à Ho Chi Minh Ville, Vietnam les 6 et 7 Novembre 2013. Il y donnera une présentation intitulée:  Water damage to Angkor's infrastructure in the late 14th/early 15th centuries.
Programme provisoire: 
Wednesday, November 6 9:00 Brendan Buckley - Overview of the GMB Project - goals and promised deliverables. 9:30 Edward Cook – An enhanced Monsoon Asian Drought Atlas 10:00 Benjamin Cook - Modern day hydrology and climate in the Mekong basin 11:00 Kevin Anchukaitis – Mekong River streamflow reconstruction 11:30 Martin Polkinghorne - Climate shocks and ancient societies (Maya, Angkor, etc)13:30 – Damien Evans - LiDar imaging of the Khmer Kingdom at Angkor14:00 - Christophe Pottier - Angkor's climate crisis of the late 14th/early 15th centuries15:00 – 17:00 DISCUSSION SESSION 
Thursday, November 7 9:00 Brendan Buckley – Overview of Climate-Society Component of project 9:30 Jed Kaplan - Modeling human carrying capacity as a function of climate.10:00 Brian Zottoli - Extracting environmental information from Vietnamese and European sources for Indochina11:00 Andrew Bell - Paleoclimate histories improve access and sustainability in index insurance programs14:00-17:00 DISCUSSION SESSION: