JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Aug. 2021

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No.1 - Vol.16
Impact on Fisheries in Contaminated Water Discharged from Nuclear Power and Reprocessing Plants: The Cases of La Hague Reprocessing Plant, Sellafield Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Plant, and TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
Tetsuya Nakamura, Steven Lloyd, Atsushi Maruyama, and Satoru Masuda
La Hague Reprocessing Plant, Sellafield Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Plant, TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, release of radioactively contaminated water, compensation for loss or damage
No.2 - Vol.16
Language as a Tool for Disaster Mitigation Management: Analysis of Warning System Text in Language and Institutional Framework
Muhammad Zaim, Rusnardi Rahmat Putra, and Nur Rosita
critical discourse, disaster risk, earthquake mitigation, earthquake-prone, risk reduction
No.2 14 Vol.16
Development of Dam Safety Remote Monitoring and Evaluation System
Jittiwut Suwatthikul, Rangsarit Vanijjirattikhan, Unpong Supakchukul, Kumpee Suksomboon, Rungtip Nuntawattanasirichai, Jirayut Phontip, Udom Lewlomphaisarl, Kanokvate Tangpimolrut, and Sirichete Samranyoodee
remote terminal unit, dam safety evaluation, reservoir operation, expert systems
No.3 - Vol.16
Method to Generate Building Damage Maps by Combining Aerial Image Processing and Crowdsourcing
Hidehiko Shishido, Koyo Kobayashi, Yoshinari Kameda, and Itaru Kitahara
crowdsourcing, aerial image processing, bullet-time video, building damage map
No.4 1 Vol.16
Stability Analysis of Slopes with Terraced Topography in Sapa, Northern Vietnam: Semi-Infinite Slope Assumption with Specific Lengths for Slope Failure
Akihiko Wakai, Akino Watanabe, Nguyen Van Thang, Takashi Kimura, Go Sato, Kazunori Hayashi, Nanaha Kitamura, Takatsugu Ozaki, Hoang Viet Hung, Nguyen Duc Manh, and Tran The Viet
slope failure, heavy rainfall, stability analysis, terraced topography, specific lengths concept
No.5 - Vol.16
Description of the Use of the Incident Command System Among Public Health Agencies Responding to COVID-19
Sarah Elizabeth Scales, Roxanna Fouladi, and Jennifer A. Horney
incident command systems, emergency preparedness, COVID-19, disaster preparedness

Count period : August 1-31, 2021

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