Tohoku Journal of Natural Disaster Science Volume 51


March,2015  Japanese Page

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An analysis of victims caused by heavy rainfall disasters in Japan from 2004 to 2014. : Mototyuki Ushiyama1-6
Quantitative evaluation of human and building damage in the Leyte island of the Philippines by typhoon No.1330 (Haiyan) : Keigo Kato, Akira Mano, Keiko Udo and Shuichi Kure7-12
Risk evaluation of mud fl ood potential for Japanese Islands : Keisuke Ito, Hatsumi Wakabayashi and Seiki Kawagoe13-18
Relationship between rainfall density and sediment transportation in Fukushima seaside area : Seiki Kawagoe, Yuma Munakata and Hiroaki Tamura19-24
Estimated snow characteristic distribution base on fi eld survey in Agano river : Kota Inoue, Ayami Suzuki and Seiki Kawagoe25-30
Issues of current preventive measures against expansion of the damage due to Typhoon Haiyan in Eastern Visayas, the Philippines : Jun Yoshida, Daisuke Konno and Tadashi Isozaki31-36
Practical Education program in affected areas for improving response capability to survive from tsunami and storm surge : Mari Yasuda, Fumihiko Imamura, Anawat Suppasri, Rui Nouchi and Carine Yi37-40
Source model for the 2011 North Akita earthquake to evaluate strong ground motions : Shunichi Kataoka and Shunichi Fukumoto41-46
Later phase from the triggered earthquakes near the Moriyoshi-zan volcano in Akita Prefecture : Masahiro Kosuga47-52
Discussions on ground motion characteristics of central area of Yamagata city : Mitsuji Kazuya53-58
On-site investigation report of the M6.5 Zhaotong Earthquake, Yunnan, China : Xin Wang, Qiang Ma, Hongjun Shi, Ji Dang and Hao Wu59-64
Relationship between the shoreline position changes in the back region of large scale offshore structure and its adjacent coast ? Example on the Michikawa coast in Akita ?: Hideo Matsutomi and Kai Kaginushi65-68
Characteristics of shoreline in Misawa coast after countermeasures for beach erosion : Tomoki Saito and Mikio Sasaki69-74
Shoreline change analysis through images from camera monitoring on Nha Trang coast, Vietnam. : Tran Minh Thanh, Yuta Mitobe, Vo Cong Hoang, Nguyen Trung Viet and Hitoshi Tanaka75-80
Morphological change on Cua Dai Beach, Vietnam: Part I image analysis : Nguyen Trung Viet, Vo Cong Hoang and Hitoshi Tanaka81-86
Morphological change on Cua Dai Beach, Vietnam: Part II theoretical analysis : Vo Cong Hoang, Nguyen Trung Viet and Hitoshi Tanaka87-92
Analysis on morphological recovery of tsunami-induced concave shoreline : Vo Cong Hoang, Hitoshi Tanaka and Yuta Mitobe93-98
Pre- and post- tsunami morphology changes on Kodanohama Beach : Hoang Dong Hai, Yuta Mitobe, Vo Cong Hoang, Nguyen Trung Viet and Hitoshi Tanaka99-104
Rough method for estimating tsunami height in a bay with islands located at the bay mouth ? Case of the Matsushima bay ? : Hideo Matsutomi105-108
Simple method for estimating the maximum inundation depth at the front of wide RC building with aperture : Hideo Matsutomi and Nanako Ono109-114
Change in Longshore Sediment Transport behind Detached Breakwaters due to Tsunami : Fumiaki Mori, Yuta Mitobe and Hitoshi Tanaka115-120
Analysis of the geomorphic change and the structural damage due to Tsunami : Tsuyoshi Nagasawa and Hitoshi Tanaka121-126
Suffer example of river wall in tidal river : Takehito Horie, Keisuke Shimazaki and Hitoshi Tanaka127-132
Numerical simulation of run up tsunami in the model of Kitakami River : Aoyama Yasuhisa, Mohammad Bagus Adityawan, Mitobe Yuta and Tanaka Hitoshi133-138
Paleo tsunami source estimation by using combination optimization algorithm - Case study of The 1611 Keicho earthquake tsunami - : K. Imai, T. Maeda, T. Iinuma, Y. Ebina, D. Sugawara, F. Imamura and A. Hirakawa.139-144
Investigation of Tsunami Evacuation using Floating Type Tsunami Evacuation Shelter on the building : Yuichi Kaneko and Kazuya Watanabe145-150
Study on Damage Mechanism of RC Frame with Steel Roof Structure based on 3D analysis : Masayuki Handou, Tomomi Fujita, Atsushi Suzuki and Junichi Shibuya151-154
Relation between damage of wooden houses during the 1894 Shonai earthquake and H/V spectral ratio of microtremors : Toshihiko Mizuta and Hiroshi Kagami155-158
Vibration characteristics by microtremor measurements at new base isolation buildings in Aobayama campus of Tohoku University : Susumu Ohno, Hiroyuki Uenoyama, Ryosuke Tsuruta, Hiroki Ishizuka and Satoru Koike159-164
Damage to structures due to heavy snow during February 14 to 16, 2014 - Mainly on the damage to carports and greenhouses in Gunma Prefecture - : Yasushi Uematsu165-170
Downstream morphology change along the Porong River after discharging mud from volcano eruption : Hitoshi Tanaka, Fumiaki Mori, Makoto Umeda, Shuichi Kure, Yuta Mitobe and Suntoyo171-176
Effects of Mud Volcano Eruption on Porong River Environment, Indonesia : Shuichi Kure, Makoto Umeda, Hitoshi Tanaka, Keiko Udo, Akira Mano and Suntoyo177-182
Investigating scale dependency of rainfall-runoff process in terms of watershed-scale storage estimation method : Takahiko Chiba and Yoshiyuki Yokoo183-188
Estimating runoff processes of Cs-137 in catchment area of wastewater treatment plant in Fukushima prefecture : Yudai Shikano and Yoshiyuki Yokoo189-194
Estimating the number of dominant processes in rainfall-runoff processes : Yushi Kanno and Yoshiyuki Yokoo195-200
Estimating rainwater storage and discharge processes of infl ow to the Bishamon pond in Fukushima : Daiki Fujimoto and Yoshiyuki Yokoo201-206
Hydrological monitoring and data analysis for estimating runoff processes of infl ow to the Bishamon pond in Fukushima : Shoya Hirose and Yoshiyuki Yokoo207-212
On the regularity of Japanese watershed topography :Takahiro Suzuki and Yoshiyuki Yokoo213-218
Investigation of Tidal Discharge and Salinity Intrusion due to Winter Storm Waves at the River Mouth of Akita Prefecture : Yushi Imai, Takuya Okonogi and Kazuya Watanabe219-224
Study of the morphological development around river mouth in Lake Tuni, Bolivia : Gabriela Sossa Ledezma, Hitoshi Tanaka and Yuta Mitobe225-230
Infl uence of water environment on growth of Corbicula japonica in Lake Jusan : Aki Nishimura, Makoto Umeda, Hitoshi Tanaka and Mikio Sasaki231-236
Perpendicular structure of salt water moved into Lake Jusan : Akihiro Ichizawa, Mikio Sasaki, Hitoshi Tanaka, Makoto Umeda and Aki Nishimura237-242
Observation and analysis of the seasonal dynamics of algae caused water bloom in reservoir : Hiroto Sato, Makoto Umeda and Takayuki Horii243-248
Field measurements on macrophyte vegetation in Lake Izunuma : Makoto Umeda, Shinya Nakada, Tetsuro Shimada and Yasufumi Fujimoto249-252