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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, May 2018

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No.1 9 Vol.13
No.1
(2018)
Land Cover Change Simulations in Yangon Under Several Scenarios of Flood and Earthquake Vulnerabilities with Master Plan
Tanakorn Sritarapipat and Wataru Takeuchi
prediction of urban expansion, disaster risk assessment, disaster risk reduction, Landsat
No.1 7 Vol.13
No.2
(2018)
A Real-Time Tsunami Inundation Forecast System Using Vector Supercomputer SX-ACE
Akihiro Musa, Takashi Abe, Takuya Inoue, Hiroaki Hokari, Yoichi Murashima , Yoshiyuki Kido, Susumu Date, Shinji Shimojo, Shunichi Koshimura, and Hiroaki Kobayashi
tsunami, real-time simulation, supercomputer, system performance
No.1 8 Vol.12
No.3
(2017)
Assessment of Sedimentation in Wlingi and Lodoyo Reservoirs: A Secondary Disaster Following the 2014 Eruption of Mt. Kelud, Indonesia
Fahmi Hidayat, Pitojo T. Juwono, Agus Suharyanto, Alwafi Pujiraharjo, Djoko Legono, Dian Sisinggih, David Neil, Masaharu Fujita, and Tetsuya Sumi
reservoir sedimentation, volcanic eruption, secondary disaster, Mt. Kelud
No.1 1 Vol.12
No.5
(2017)
Three-Dimensional Seismic Velocity Structure Beneath Japanese Islands and Surroundings Based on NIED Seismic Networks Using both Inland and Offshore Events
Makoto Matsubara, Hiroshi Sato, Kenji Uehira, Masashi Mochizuki, and Toshihiko Kanazawa
seismic tomography, failed rift, offshore event, NIED S-net
No.1 8 Vol.11
No.5
(2016)
The School Education to Improve the Disaster Response Capacity : A Case of “Kamaishi Miracle”
Toshitaka Katada and Masanobu Kanai
Kamaishi Miracle, disaster education, evacuation, tsunamis
No.1 - Vol.11
No.4
(2016)
A Systematic Review of the Factors Affecting the Cyclone Evacuation Decision Process in Bangladesh
Md. Nasif Ahsan, Kuniyoshi Takeuchi, Karina Vink, and Miho Ohara
cyclone, evacuation decision, early warning, risk perception, protective response, Bangladesh
No.1 7 Vol.13
No.2
(2018)
Hydrological Simulation of Small River Basins in Northern Kyushu, Japan, During the Extreme Rainfall Event of July 5–6, 2017
Shakti P. C., Tsuyoshi Nakatani, and Ryohei Misumi
extreme rain, flood, hydrologic modeling, ungauged basin, discharge, radar rainfall
No.1 8 Vol.12
No.6
(2017)
A Study on the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake: Citizen’s Evaluation of Earthquake Information and Their Evacuation and Sheltering Behaviors
Reo Kimura, Shoji Ohtomo, and Naoshi Hirata
random sampled questionnaire survey, pre-earthquake awareness of local active faults, victims’ post-earthquake evacuation and sheltering behavior, aftershock information
No.1 9 Vol.12
No.2
(2017)
Global Water-Related Risk Indicators: Meta-Analysis of Indicator Requirements
Karina Vink, Md. Nasif Ahsan, Hisaya Sawano, and Miho Ohara
disaster risk reduction indicators, flood, resilience, pedigree matrix
No.1 - Vol.13
No.1
(2018)
Estimation of Originating-Destination Trips in Yangon by Using Big Data Source
Thein Aye Zin, Kyaing, Ko Ko Lwin, and Yoshihide Sekimoto
big data, mobile phone data, the movement of people, trip estimation, Yangon
No.1 8 Vol.13
No.2
(2018)
Cluster Analysis of Long-Period Ground-Motion Simulation Data with Application to Nankai Trough Megathrust Earthquake Scenarios
Takahiro Maeda, Hiroyuki Fujiwara, Toshihiko Hayakawa, Satsuki Shimono, and Sho Akagi
long-period ground motion, simulation, principal component analysis, clustering
No.1 4 Vol.13
No.1
(2018)
Analysis of Disaster Response During Landslide Disaster in Hakha, Chin State of Myanmar
May Myat Mon, Tun Naing, Muneyoshi Numada, Khin Than Yu, Kimiro Meguro, and Kyaw Zin Latt
regional geologic condition, landslide hazard, previous major landslide in 2015, landslide risk management in Hakha
No.1 9 Vol.12
No.5
(2017)
Assimilation Impact of Different GPS Analysis Methods on Precipitation Forecast: A Heavy Rainfall Case Study of Kani City, Gifu Prefecture on July 15, 2010
Shingo Shimizu, Seiichi Shimada, and Kazuhisa Tsuboki
GPS precipitable water, data assimilation, precipitation forecast
No.1 9 Vol.11
No.2
(2016)
Establishing the Advanced Disaster Reduction Management System by Fusion of Real-Time Disaster Simulation and Big Data Assimilation
Shunichi Koshimura
Real-time Simulation, Earthquake, Tsunami, High-performance Computing, GIS, Big data
No.1 2 Vol.12
No.4
(2017)
Real-Time Tsunami Prediction System Using DONET
Narumi Takahashi, Kentaro Imai, Masanobu Ishibashi, Kentaro Sueki, Ryoko Obayashi, Tatsuo Tanabe, Fumiyasu Tamazawa, Toshitaka Baba, and Yoshiyuki Kaneda
tsunami, real-time prediction, DONET

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