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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, July 2015

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No.1 - Vol.10
No.3
(2015)
Bias Correction in Typhoon and Storm Surge Projection Considering Characteristics of Global Climate Model MRI-AGCM3.2S
Noriaki Hashimoto, Yukihiro Kinashi, Tomoko Kawashima, Masaki Yokota, Masaru Yamashiro, and Mitsuyoshi Kodama
climate change, storm surge, MRI-AGCM3.2S, best track data, Ariake Sea
No.1 - Vol.9
No.2
(2014)
Modification and Validation of an Assessment Model of Post-Earthquake Lifeline Serviceability Based on the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster
Nobuoto Nojima and Hiroki Kato
lifeline serviceability, earthquake disaster, assessment model, validation, initial damage and restoration process, the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster
No.1 - Vol.10
No.1
(2015)
Development and Operation of a Regional Moment Tensor Analysis System in the Philippines: Contributions to the Understanding of Recent Damaging Earthquakes
Baby Jane T. Punongbayan, Hiroyuki Kumagai, Nelson Pulido, Jun D. Bonita, Masaru Nakano, Tadashi Yamashina, Yuta Maeda, Hiroshi Inoue, Arnaldo A. Melosantos, Melquiades F. Figueroa, Ponczh Colleen M. Alcones, Karl Vincent C. Soriano, Ishmael C. Narag, and Renato U. Solidum, Jr.
earthquake monitoring, source parameters, waveform inversion, Negros, Bohol, Samar, Philippine Trench
No.1 - Vol.4
No.4
(2009)
History and Challenge of Tsunami Warning Systems in Japan
Fumihiko Imamura and Ikuo Abe
tsunami forecasting, warning, evacuation
No.1 - Vol.5
No.2
(2010)
Building Community Capacity for Disaster Resilience in Taiwan
Liang-Chun Chen and Yi-Wen Wang
disaster resilience, community, vulnerability, disaster adaptation
No.1 - Vol.10
No.3
(2015)
Challenges of Implementing Climate Change Adaptation Policy for Disaster Risk Reduction – Implications from Framing Gap Among Stakeholders and the General Public –
Kenshi Baba and Mitsuru Tanaka
consensus building, risk communication, website-based questionnaire, stakeholder analysis

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