Erratum for “Verbal Expressions of Risk Communication: A Case Study After the 3.11 Crisis” (Vol.9, pp. 644-652, 2014)
Study Concept on the Development of an Urban Cyber Physical System for Enhancing the Capability to Respond to Large-Scale Earthquakes
Developing an Automated System for Simple Estimation of the Direct Damage Amounts from Earthquakes
Evaluation of Listeners Reaction on the Storytelling of Disaster Response Experience: The Case of Service Continuity at Miyagi Prefectural Office After Experiencing the Great East Japan Earthquake
Making Evacuation Routine Behavior: Impact of Experiencing Severe Flood Damage on Recognition and Advance Evacuation Behavior
Education for Disaster Risk Reduction in Hyogo to Be Handed Down Through Generations
Role of Oral Transmission in Disaster Prevention Education – Significance of Disaster Folklore in Modern Times –
Strengthening Disaster Response and Resilience in Lao PDR – A Decade of Learning Since Typhoon Ketsana
Disaster Storytelling: Extending the Memory of the Community Toward Disaster Preparedness from Myth, Scientific Explanation, and Popular Culture
International Post-Disaster Cooperation Toward Recovery and Keeping Memories Alive –Exploring Their Close Relationship–
Learning from the Training for the Successors and Storytellers the Legacy of Atomic Bombing in Hiroshima City: Lessons for Disaster Storytellers
Documentary Film ‘Survivor’ Preserved as a Disaster Record
Challenges in the Preservation of Disaster Remains – Example of the Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park
Role of Heritage Activism in Post-Disaster Reconstruction
Memories and Conflicts of Disaster Victims: Why They Wish to Dismantle Disaster Remains
The Role of the “Mediator” in Sustainable Preservation and Utilization of Disaster Remains – Report from the 2020 International Forum on Telling Live Lessons from Disasters –
Geotourism and Disaster Storytelling: Lessons from 2013 Izu-Oshima Island Debris Flow Disaster
Transferring Historical Disaster Memories: The 1925 North Tajima Earthquake
Disaster Tourism as a Tool for Disaster Story Telling
Disaster Museums in Japan: Telling the Stories of Disasters Before and After 3.11
Disaster Storytelling and Volcanic Eruptions Caused by Debris Avalanches on Mt. Bandai in Aizu and Mt. Unzendake and Mt. Mayuyama in Shimabara
The Role of Museums in Telling Live Lessons
Why Does Disaster Storytelling Matter for a Resilient Society?
Special Issue on Disaster Storytelling, in Commemoration of 2020 TeLL-Net Forum, Kobe, Japan
Trends of Measures in Disaster Recovery Plans: Focusing on the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake
Questionnaire Survey on the Difficulty of Attending Work for Commuters After the 2018 Osaka Earthquake
Development of Automatic Analysis and Data Visualization System for Volcano Muography
Core-to-Core Collaborative Research Between Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo and Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University During FY2014 to FY2018
Integrated Study on Forecasting Volcanic Hazards of Sakurajima Volcano, Japan
General Research Group for the Nankai Trough Great Earthquake
Research for Contributing to the Field of Disaster Science: A Review
Prior and Real-Time Estimations of Ground Motions, Tsunamis, and Other Geodynamic Hazards
Evaluation of Phenomena Preceding Earthquakes and Earthquake Predictability
Five-Year Achievements of Volcano Program Promotion Panel
The Advancement of Research on Inland Earthquake Generation 2014–2018
Main Results from the Program Promotion Panel for Subduction-Zone Earthquakes
Research on Pre-Modern Earthquakes Based on Fusion of Humanities and Sciences
Earthquake and Volcano Hazards Observation and Research Program: An Overview
Special Issue on Earthquake and Volcano Hazards Observation and Research Program
Disaster Response and Mitigation Support Technology for All-Hazards in Tokyo Metropolitan Area
Development of Disaster Response Applications and Improvements in Regional Disaster Prevention Capacity Based on Collaborative Information Use
Development of Movable and Deployable ICT Resource Unit (MDRU) and its Overseas Activities
Development of Resilient Information and Communications Technology for Relief Against Natural Disasters
Development of Real-Time Collection, Integration, and Sharing Technology for Infrastructure Damage Information
Development of a Real-Time Damage Estimation System
Development of Disaster Prevention Support System for Irrigation Pond (DPSIP)
Current Disaster Medicine in Japan and the Change Brought by Information Sharing
The Shared Information Platform for Disaster Management –The Research and Development Regarding Technologies for Utilization of Disaster Information–
Development of a Seismic-Performance Assessment Method and Retrofitting Technology Against the Liquefaction of Existing Bridges
Development of a Practical River Water Level Prediction Method Using Data Assimilation Technique

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