JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Feb. 2024

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No.1 - Vol.19
Proposal for a Disaster Management Drill Program for High School Students Who Have Never Experienced a Disaster to Foster a Sense of “Awareness that Disaster Affects Everyone”
Reo Kimura and Kazuki Aikawa
awareness that disaster affects everyone (“wagakoto-ishiki”), instructional design (ID), ADDIE model, drone, gaming teaching materials
No.2 - Vol.19
New Capital City of Indonesia, an Opportunity or Threat for Ecotourism Resilience in East Borneo
Eman Sukmana and Amiril Azizah
ecotourism, scientific articles, new capital city, news articles, resilience
No.3 1 Vol.8
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.19
Features and Issues of Disaster Management Education Practices in Schools and Communities in Japan: Based on an Analysis of Activities of Organizations Participating in the “Disaster Management Education Challenge Plan” of the Cabinet Office
Reo Kimura and Masaki Ikeda
Disaster Management Education Challenge Plan, fundamental skills of disaster management, cluster analysis, awareness that disasters affect everyone
No.5 - Vol.19
Comparative Study of Literacy Enhancement on Volcanic Disaster Reduction for the Residents and Visitors in Mt. Ontakesan and Other Volcanic Areas
Masae Horii, Koshun Yamaoka, Haeng-Yoong Kim, Satoshi Takewaki, and Takahiro Kunitomo
volcanic disaster prevention literacy, education and dissemination, Mt. Ontakesan, high-risk modest scale eruption, qualitative studies
No.5 16 Vol.18
Health Literacy of the Elderly During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study
Weerayut Muenboonme, Pachanat Nunthaitaweekul, and Bhichit Rattakul
health literacy, elderly, COVID-19 pandemic, disaster risk management, Thailand
No.5 8 Vol.18
Estimation of the Seismic Source of the 1974 Lima Peru Earthquake and Tsunami (Mw 8.1)
Cesar Jimenez, Jorge Morales, Miguel Estrada, Bruno Adriano, Erick Mas, and Shunichi Koshimura
slip distribution, numerical simulation, tsunami inversion
No.6 - Vol.19
A Risk-Scrutinizing Attitude is Independent of Risk-Sensitive Attitude and May Hamper a Proper Protective Response: A Tsunami Simulation Experiment
Masato Takubo, Motoaki Sugiura, Ryo Ishibashi, Naoki Miura, and Azumi Tanabe-Ishibashi
disaster prevention, earthquake, tsunami, decision making
No.6 6 Vol.18
Building Quality-Oriented Societies in Asia Through Effective Water-Related Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
Mikio Ishiwatari, Firdaus Ali, Guillermo Q. Tabios III, Joo-Heon Lee, and Hirotaka Matsuki
Kumamoto Declaration, finance, governance, science and technology
No.7 - Vol.19
Reconstructing Historical Terrain to Elucidate the Causes of Disaster Occurrence and Improve Disaster Prevention Literacy
Yuichi Ebina and Daisuke Sugawara
reconstruction of historical topography, old maps, old pictures, Great East Japan Earthquake, Miyako City
No.7 2 Vol.1
Seismic Design Codes for Buildings in Japan
Hiroshi Kuramoto
the Building Standard Law of Japan, seismic design code, two-phase earthquake design, performance based earthquake design
No.8 - Vol.19
Examining the Relationship Between Disaster Scenarios and Disaster Management Behavior During Earthquakes
Kosuke Nakazawa, Shoji Ohtomo, Reo Kimura, Toshimitsu Nagata, and Masaki Ikeda
earthquake disaster, disaster scenario, disaster management behavior, experience of victim, hazard map
No.8 5 Vol.18
Disaster Preparedness Using Local Wisdom Approach in Palu City
Muhammad Rusydi, Yutdam Mudin, Rahmawati, and Sabhan
disaster prevention, local wisdom, earthquake, Palu City
No.9 - Vol.19
How Disaster Prevention Videos Contribute to Tsunami Evacuation: Subjective Motivation and Risk-Sensitive Attitude in a Simulation Experiment
Masato Takubo, Motoaki Sugiura, Ryo Ishibashi, Naoki Miura, and Azumi Tanabe-Ishibashi
disaster prevention education, earthquake, tsunami, evacuation decision
No.9 4 Vol.9
The Largest Earthquakes We Should Prepare for
Toru Matsuzawa
largest earthquakes, M10, initial response to the earthquake and tsunami
No.10 - Vol.19
Open Science Initiatives by Sakurajima Volcano Observatory
Mayumi Sakamoto and Haruhisa Nakamichi
volcano, observatory, Sakurajima, disaster risk communication, open science

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