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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Aug. 2023

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No.1 - Vol.12
No.sp
(2017)
The Evacuation of Thai Citizens During Japan’s 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes: An ICT Perspective
Natt Leelawat, Anawat Suppasri, Panon Latcharote and Fumihiko Imamura
2016 Kumamoto earthquakes, evacuation, foreigners, information and communication technology
No.2 3 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.3 - Vol.18
No.5
(2023)
Who Pays? Cost-Sharing for Disaster Management in the US and Japan
Mikio Ishiwatari, Daniel P. Aldrich, and Daisuke Sasaki
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), disaster relief, disaster recovery, public assistance, individual assistance
No.4 - Vol.18
No.5
(2023)
Transdisciplinary Approach Toward Preparedness in a Mountainous Community in Central Taiwan and its Impact on Disaster Evacuation: A Case Study
Ting-Chi Tsao and Chen-Yu Chen
debris flow, disaster risk management, preparedness, Taiwan, transdisciplinary approach (TDA)
No.5 - Vol.18
No.5
(2023)
How Does the Central Government Make a Remark in the International Arena of Disaster Risk Reduction? Focusing on the Frequency of Statement Publication at the UN Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction
Yuta Hara, Daisuke Sasaki, and Yuichi Ono
Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030, global governance, spatial analysis, international studies, sustainability
No.5 10 Vol.17
No.3
(2022)
Mitigating Impacts of Climate Change Induced Sea Level Rise by Infrastructure Development: Case of the Maldives
Akiko Sakamoto, Koichi Nishiya, Xuanjin Guo, Airi Sugimoto, Waka Nagasaki, and Kaito Doi
sea level rise, atoll country, migration, Hulhumalé, Maldives
No.6 1 Vol.18
No.4
(2023)
Seismicity Based Maximum Magnitude Estimation of Subduction Earthquakes in Peru
Juan Carlos Tarazona, Zenon Aguilar, Nelson Pulido, Carlos Gonzales, Fernando Lazares, and Hiroe Miyake
maximum magnitude, subduction earthquakes, seismogenic sources, interface and intraslab earthquakes, seismic zonation
No.7 - Vol.18
No.5
(2023)
Establishment of Training System to Cope with Mental Health and Social Issues in Disaster Recovery Public Housing After the Great East Japan Earthquake
Masatsugu Orui
Great East Japan Earthquake (GEJE), human-resource development, mental health, life support advisor, disaster recovery public housing
No.8 6 Vol.18
No.4
(2023)
Analysis of Adaptive Pushover in Confined Masonry Dwellings with Height Irregularity in the Lima Metropolitan Area
Miguel Diaz, Carlos Zavala, Luis Lopez, and Michel Amancio
confined masonry, height irregularity, adaptive pushover, based displacement
No.8 7 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.9 8 Vol.18
No.3
(2023)
Application of Stress Parameter from Liquefaction Analysis on the Landslide Induced Tsunami Simulation: A Case Study of the 2018 Palu Tsunami
Karina Aprilia Sujatmiko, Koji Ichii, Soichiro Murata, and Iyan Eka Mulia
landslide, liquefaction, tsunami, shear-stress
No.10 7 Vol.18
No.4
(2023)
Assessment of Site Amplification Factors in Southern Lima, Peru Based on Microtremor H/V Spectral Ratios and Deep Neural Network
Hiroyuki Miura, Carlos Gonzales, Miguel Diaz, Miguel Estrada, Fernando Lazares, Zenon Aguilar, Da Pan, and Masashi Matsuoka
site amplification factor, microtremor H/V spectral ratio, deep neural network, Lima
No.10 11 Vol.18
No.2
(2023)
Rapid Estimation of Direct Economic Losses Caused by Significant Earthquakes: An Evidence-Based Model and its Applications
Toshihisa Toyoda, Qinglin Cui, Masaki Ikeda, Hiromitsu Nakamura, and Hiroyuki Fujiwara
direct economic damage, real-time estimation, seismic intensity scale, existing physical stocks, tsunami effect

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