Tohoku Journal of Natural Disaster Science Volume 53

March,2017  Japanese Page

Event deposits recorded in coastal lowland on the southern part of Akita Prefecture, the eastern margin of Japan Sea:Takanobu Kamataki, Norifumi Abe, Shin Kanazawa and Hideo Matsutomi1-6
Event deposits recorded in coastal lowland areas of Ajigasawa Town, Aomori Prefecture: Shuhei Kumagai, Koji Umeda, Takanobu Kamataki, Naoto Koiwa and Natsuko Fujita7-14
Study on Recovery Process of Bathymetry of Sendai Bay after the 2011 Tsunami: Shintaro Saegusa, Hitoshi Tanaka and Yuta Mitobe15-20
Quantitative experiments on the density of tsunami flooding water: Fumiko KONNO, Hideo MATSUTOMI, Koki ATOMURA and Kota KONDO21-26
Investigation of Tsunami Evacuation Using Floating Type Tsunami Evacuation Shelter on the Building: Ryuya Fuji and Kazuya Watanabe27-32
Study on energy dissipation in WAM model: Tsuyoshi Kotoura and Hitoshi Tanaka33-38
Channel Sedimentation at a Fishery port in FUNKA BAY, JAPAN: Takehito Horie, Yasuji Nozaka and Hitoshi Tanaka39-46
An empirical study on the relationship between the trend of shoreline position change and the scale of sea area structures on the Akita Southern Coast: Kai KAGINUSHI and Hideo MATSUTOMI47-52
Analysis of erosion and accretion waves on Cua Dai Beach in Central Vietnam: Dinh Van Duy, Hitoshi Tanaka, Yuta Mitobe, Nguyen Trung Viet and Le Thanh Binh53-58
High-frequency UAV monitoring of beach and wave: Akihiro Suzuki, Yuta Mitobe and Hitoshi Tanaka59-64
Characteristics of Shoreline in Misawa Coast in 2016: Wataru Sato and Mikio Sasaki65-70
Observation of sand spit development at Cua Lo River mouth, Central Vietnam: Dinh Van Duy, Hitoshi Tanaka, Yuta Mitobe and Nguyen Trung Viet71-76
Study on salt water movement in Ogawara Lake: T.Komura, M.Sasaki and S.Kunugi77-82
Investigation of Salinity Intrusion at the Koyoshi River: Akiho Konaka and Kazuya Watanabe83-88
Proposal of κ - ε Turbulent Model in High Reynolds Number Flow with Vegetation: Yoshinari Hirata, Shuichi Kure, Keiko Udo and Akira Mano89-94
Study on prediction of turbidity in reservoirs under future environmental changes: Rikushi Yasumatsu and Makoto Umeda95-100
Measurement of current velocity variations in a thermally stratified reservoir: Naoki Mizuta, Makoto Umeda and Humihiro Kobori101-106
Applicability of the Curve Number Method for estimating flow duration curves in the Humid Tropics: Chris Leong and Yoshiyuki Yokoo107-112
Winter operational test of unmanned observation devices in Mt. Zao: Ryosuke Yajima, Genki Yamauchi, Takuro Daimaru, Hikaru Otsuka and Miwa Kuri113-120
On the 830 Tencho Earthquake: Mitsuo NOGOSHI, Ryouichi NAKAMURA and Shusuke OHJ121-126
Literature survey on damage of hot springs due to the 1896 Rikuu earthquake: Toshihiko Mizuta and Hiroshi Kagami127-132
Tracing for footprints on reconnaissance reports of 1896 Rikuu earthquake: Hiroshi Kagami and Toshihiko Mizuta133-138
Spatiotemporal variation of triggered seismicity in Akita prefecture after the Tohoku-oki earthquake: Masahiro Kosuga139-144
Applicability of seismic interferometry analysis to array records of three-component microtremors observed in Iwate University: M.Hiraka, H.Yamamoto, T.Saito, K.Keiji and F.Sato145-150
Estimation of phase velocities of Love wave from array records of horizontal microtremor by using FK analysis: H. Yamamoto, K. Kanezaki and T. Saito151-156
Seismic interferometry analysis of short-period microtremors observed with a linear seismimeter array for estimating two-dimendional shallow S-wave velocity structures - An experiment in a ground of Iwate University - : H. Yamamoto, K. Sasaki and T. Saito157-162
Seismic interferometry analysis of microtremors observed in liniear array with broadband seismometers in Fukushima Prefecture Part 2: F. Sato, H. Yamamoto and T. Saito163-168
Collapse procedure under wind or snow loading and effect of reinforcement on the wind and snow resistance of pipe-framed greenhouses: Yasushi Uematsu and Kazuya Takahashi169-174
Effect of opening size and wind speed on the internal pressure of a low-rise building caused by sudden opening: Daisuke Konno, Yasushi Uematsu and Eri Gavanski175-180
Numerical simulation of internal pressure of vent layer in ventilated exterior wall systems of a low-rise building: Kei Watanabe and Yasushi Uematsu181-186
Characteristics of strong wind in the lower atmosphere: Akira Watanabe187-192
Development of a stochastic model for predicting wind-induced damage to wooden houses in snowy cold region based on the wind-resistant performance of roof frame joints: Sachiko Yoshida, Konno Daisuke, Eri Gavanski and Yasushi Uematsu193-198
Review of recent water-related disasters in Tohoku region and future challenges for disaster risk reduction: Shuichi Kure, Shuji Moriguchi, Shosuke Sato, Keiko Udo and Yasuhito Jibiki199-204
Flow situations inferred from the watermarks of flooding at Otomo area and its upstream reach in Iwaizumi caused by the Typhoon No.10 in 2016: Hideo MATSUTOMI, Fumiko KONNO and Takanobu KAMATAKI205-210
Beach morphological changes on Sendai Coast induced by Typhoon No. 10, 2016: Yuta Mitobe, Hitoshi Tanaka, Akihiro Suzuki, Makoto Umeda, Daisuke Komori and Yoshiya Touge211-216
Investigation on disaster prevention awareness of the junior high school students in the coastal area of Akita Prefecture: Shingo Yasuda, Takanobu Kamataki and Kazuya Watanabe217-222
Disaster education in Faculty of Education, Arts and Science in Yamagata University: its achievements and challenges: Yoshiyuki Murayama223-228
Changes in disaster research theme by group activities at Super Science High School: Yoshi Abe and SSH Research Division of Sendai Daiichi High School229-234
Instruction for writing a manuscript of Tohoku Journal of Natural Disaster Science: Miwa Kuri235-240