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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Oct. 2022

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No.1 2 Vol.15
No.6
(2020)
Consideration of Evacuation Drills Utilizing the Capabilities of People with Special Needs
Takashi Sugiyama and Katsuya Yamori
people with special needs, disaster prevention, evacuation drills
No.2 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Case Study on Damage and Recovery of Water Supply Related Facilities Damaged by Recent Flood Disasters
Junichi Sakai, Takaya Onodera, and Koji Ikeuchi
flood, damage and recovery, water supply related facilities, questionnaire survey
No.3 4 Vol.8
No.5
(2013)
A New Ground Motion Prediction Equation for Japan Applicable up to M9 Mega-Earthquake
Nobuyuki Morikawa and Hiroyuki Fujiwara
ground motion prediction equation, the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake, seismic hazard assessment
No.4 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Probable Flood Inundation Depth and Extent in the Chao Phraya River Basin for Different Return Periods
Shakti P. C., Mamoru Miyamoto, Daiki Kakinuma, Ryohei Misumi, Anurak Sriariyawat, and Supattra Visessri
return period rainfall, hyetograph, hydrological simulation, flood inundation, Chao Phraya
No.5 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Development of Tsunami Disaster Risk Reduction Education Program for Children with No Experience of Earthquake Disaster – Practice and Verification at Shichigahama Town, Miyagi Prefecture
Toshimitsu Nagata, Masaki Ikeda, Reo Kimura, and Takashi Oda
Great East Japan Earthquake, tsunami, disaster risk reduction education, instructional design (ID), ICT education
No.6 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Promoting Coherence Among Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change Adaptation, and Sustainable Development for Disaster Resilience
Ritsuko Yamazaki-Honda
coherence, disaster resilience, climate change adaptation, Sendai Framework, SDGs
No.7 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
COVID-19 Impact on Tourism Business Continuity in Indonesia: A Preliminary Systematic Review
Alfan Kurnia Yudha, Jing Tang, and Natt Leelawat
COVID-19 impact, Indonesia, systematic review, tourism, tourism
No.8 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Contributions of E-Defense Shaking Table to Earthquake Engineering and its Future
Toshihiko Horiuchi, Makoto Ohsaki, Masahiro Kurata, Julio A. Ramirez, Takuzo Yamashita, and Koichi Kajiwara
E-Defense, earthquake engineering, shaking table experiment, numerical simulation, data publication
No.8 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Development of the Japan Tsunami Hazard Information Station (J-THIS)
Yuji Dohi, Hiromitsu Nakamura, and Hiroyuki Fujiwara
tsunami, probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment (PTHA), Nankai Trough, Web API
No.9 8 Vol.17
No.4
(2022)
Effects of Urban Development on Regional Climate Change and Flood Inundation in Jakarta, Indonesia
Bambang Adhi Priyambodoho, Shuichi Kure, Nurul Fajar Januriyadi, Mohammad Farid, Alvin Christopher Galang Varquez, Manabu Kanda, and So Kazama
flood inundation model, Indonesia, Jakarta, climate change, urban development
No.10 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Development of an Inundation Model for Creating Industrial Park-Scale Risk Information for Area-BCM
Daiki Kakinuma, Mamoru Miyamoto, Yosuke Nakamura, Anurak Sriariyawat, and Supattra Visessri
Chao Phraya River, business continuity planning (BCP), business continuity management (BCM), flood inundation, two-scale model
No.10 - Vol.17
No.6
(2022)
Industrial Area Business Continuity Management Exercise: An Experimental Validation for Flood in Thailand
Akira Kodaka, Natt Leelawat, Kenji Watanabe, Jaehyun Park, Jing Tang, Eri Ino, and Naohiko Kohtake
Business continuity management, Business continuity plan, industrial complex, Industrial Area BCM, flood

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