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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, May. 2024

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No.1 9 Vol.19
No.1
(2024)
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.2 9 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 22 Vol.19
No.1
(2024)
Intelligent System Detection of Dead Victims at Natural Disaster Areas Using Deep Learning
Moch. Zen Samsono Hadi, Prima Kristalina, Aries Pratiarso, M. Helmi Fauzan, and Roycardo Nababan
volcanic disaster, drone, camera, deep learning
No.3 28 Vol.14
No.7
(2019)
Drought Index for Peatland Wildfire Management in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia During El Niño Phenomenon
Novitasari Novitasari, Joko Sujono, Sri Harto, Azwar Maas, and Rachmad Jayadi
Keetch–Byram drought index (KBDI), number of fire alerts, El Niño, water table, peatland wildfire
No.4 3 Vol.19
No.2
(2024)
Recent Developments in Crowd Management: Theory and Applications
Katsuhito Nishinari, Claudio Feliciani, Xiaolu Jia, and Sakurako Tanida
crowd management, stampede, crowd sensing, crowd simulation, crowd control
No.4 23 Vol.14
No.9
(2019)
Legal and Practical Measures for Environmental Migrants
Sofia O’Connor, Carl Bruch, and Miko Maekawa
migration, climate change, displacement, legal frameworks, livelihoods
No.5 8 Vol.19
No.1
(2024)
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.6 15 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.7 5 Vol.19
No.2
(2024)
SBAA: Simulation-Based Agile Approach to Crowd Control Planning
Masako Inoue, Kazutaka Kimura, and Atsushi Yamauchi
consensus building, crowd management, crowd control planning, crowd simulation, multi-agent simulation
No.7 18 Vol.18
No.4
(2023)
Preliminary System for the Estimation of Peak Ground Acceleration Distribution in Metropolitan Lima and Callao: Application in Recent Seismic Events
Carlos Gonzales, Roger Garay, Luis Moya, Fernando Lazares, Zenon Aguilar, Diana Calderon, Miguel Diaz, Masashi Matsuoka, and Carlos Zavala
seismic network, amplification factors, geospatial interpolation, peak ground acceleration, Lima
No.7 12 Vol.17
No.7
(2022)
Cooperation Among Public Health Nurses in Municipalities and at Public Health Centers for Infection Control at Evacuation Shelters
Junko Kurita and Shinobu Yamaguchi
cooperation, evacuation shelter, infection control, public health center, public health nurse
No.7 7 Vol.1
No.3
(2006)
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 16 Vol.19
No.1
(2024)
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.9 21 Vol.16
No.8
(2021)
Developing a Model for Disaster Education to Improve Students’ Disaster Mitigation Literacy
Juhadi, Nur Hamid, Edy Trihatmoko, Meri Herlina, and Elvara Norma Aroyandini
earthquake, tsunami, lamban langgakh, disaster mitigation literacy, integration model
No.10 26 Vol.16
No.3
(2021)
Applicability of High-Resolution Geospatial Data Obtained by UAV Photogrammetry to Develop Drainage System Models for Pluvial Flood Analysis
Kyuhyun Park, Yoshihiro Shibuo, Junichi Katayama, Shinji Baba, and Hiroaki Furumai
pluvial flooding, UAV photogrammetry, high-resolution geospatial data survey, open channel shape survey, suburban area

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