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Session List

Y167:(Geological hazard/environmental geology)
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5/19 AM2 202 10:45 - 11:00 Y167-001 Formative processes of a sliding zone in pelitic schist -Its role of interactions between fracturing and weathering
*Shintaro Yamasaki, Masahiro Chigira
5/19 AM2 202 11:00 - 11:15 Y167-002 Various lithofacies of the Quaternary Volcanic Products and related slope movements in central Shimane, Japan
*Takeshi Kimura, Yukio Tamura, Shuichiro Yokota
5/19 AM2 202 11:15 - 11:30 Y167-003 The erosion process of the badlands topography in the South-West Taiwan
*Kohei Higuchi, Masahiro Chigira
5/19 AM2 202 11:30 - 11:45 Y167-004 Estimation of ground movement caused by the Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake 2008, from the Geomorphic Image Analysis of LiDAR DEMs
*Sakae Mukoyama, Tomohiro Nishimura, Norichika Asada
5/19 AM2 202 11:45 - 12:00 Y167-005 Global satellite image database of volcanoes for volcanologist
*Minoru Urai
5/19 AM2 202 12:00 - 12:15 Y167-006 Risk management on geological environment after disaster
*Hiroyuki Ohno

Y167:(Geological hazard/environmental geology)      top of this page
*poster  5/19
Y167-P001 Photogrammetric measurement of the surface displacement by the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi nairiku earthquake
*Izumi Kamiya, Mamoru Koarai, Tatsuo Sekiguchi, other
Y167-P002 Geomorphological and geological environment of the landslides on steep slopes induced by the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Inland Earthquake
*Hiromu Daimaru, Wataru Murakami
Y167-P003 Landslides distribution nearby earthquake source fault of the Chuetsu-offshore earthquake,Niigata Prefecture in 2007
*Baator Has, Yasuo Ishii, Souki Suzuki, other
Y167-P004 Tephrochronological age estimate of the Koune Landslide and the Higashiohkubo Landslide in Kamiyama Town, Tokushima, Japan
*Ken-ichi Nishiyama, Shinichi Kitamura
Y167-P005 Structure and particle size distribution of non-tectonic faults -difference from tectonic faults
*Shintaro Yamasaki, Masahiro Chigira
Y167-P006 Ring shear test on progressive failure in rainfall-induced landslides
*Hiroshi Fukuoka
Y167-P007 APEC international training course, ''Human capacity building for natural hazard mitigation in cities and coastal regions''
*Sumito Morita, Akira Takada, Koji Wakita

Y229:(Landslide dams and lakes)      top of this page
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5/19 PM1 202 13:45 - 14:05 *Y229-001 Introduction to large landslide dams and outburst disasters
*Kimio Inoue
5/19 PM1 202 14:05 - 14:19 Y229-002 A pretdictive method to detect the possible positions of landslides and debris flows resulting landslide dams and lakes
*Takashi Saito
5/19 PM1 202 14:19 - 14:33 Y229-003 Geomorphologic method of detection of landslide dam
*Shunji Yokoyama, Masanori Murai
5/19 PM1 202 14:33 - 14:47 Y229-004 Occurrence of Earthquake-induced large-scale landslide dams in Shikoku
*Shuichi Hasegawa
5/19 PM1 202 14:47 - 15:01 Y229-005 Landslide dams of the Hime river basin
*Shoji Ueno
5/19 PM1 202 15:01 - 15:15 Y229-006 Mountain environment change from 26ka to present of the Kamikochi, Northern Japan Alps
*Satoru Harayama, Sayuri Kawai
5/19 PM1 202 15:30 - 15:32 @ Introduction of Poster Presentation@
5/19 PM2 202 15:32 - 15:46 Y229-007 Character and history of dammed-lakes formed by landslides and their deposits in Toyama Prefecture, central Japan
*Satoru Kojima, Hidehisa Nagata, Ryoichi Kondo, other
5/19 PM2 202 15:46 - 16:00 Y229-008 Landslides accompanying dammed lake in the Miyagawa drainage area, eastern Kii Peninsula, Southwest Japan
*Hidehisa Nagata, Satoru Kojima
5/19 PM2 202 16:00 - 16:14 Y229-009 Choking up of rivers and formations of new lakes caused by land sliding accompaned with the 1854 Ansei Tokai-Nankai earthquakes
*Yoshinobu Tsuji
5/19 PM2 202 16:14 - 16:28 Y229-010 Land Slide Dam Dpeosits in the Ojigahata area, Nothern Part of Suzuka Mountains
*Yuji Abe, Miwa Abe
5/19 PM2 202 16:28 - 16:42 Y229-011 Onset of calving at supra-glacial lakes on debris-covered glaciers in the Nepal Himalayas
*Akiko Sakai, Kouichi Nishimura, Nozomu Takeuchi
5/19 PM2 202 16:42 - 16:56 Y229-012 Re-evaluation of potential of glacial lake outburst flood in the Himalayas
*Koji Fujita
5/19 PM2 202 16:56 - 17:00 @ Discussion

Y229:(Landslide dams and lakes)      top of this page
*poster  5/19
Y229-P001 Age of the buried trees from ancient landslide-dammed lake at Toyama-River, southern Nagano Prefecture, central Japan
*Akiko S. Goto, Takeshi Muramatsu, Yoshiji Teraoka
Y229-P002 Formation and erosion processes of the landslide dam, triggered by the AD 714 Totoumi earthquake, on the Toyama River
*Takeshi Muramatsu, Yoshiji Teraoka, Akiko S. Goto

Y230:(Earthquake Early Warning)      top of this page
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5/17 PM1 101 13:45 - 14:00 Y230-001 Development of Eearthquake Early Warning
*Keiji Doi
5/17 PM1 101 14:00 - 14:15 Y230-002 Evaluation of the real-time earthquake information system using not-yet-arrived data
*Hiromitsu Nakamura, Changjiang Wu, Takashi Kunugi, other
5/17 PM1 101 14:15 - 14:30 Y230-003 Development of a real-time processing system using the local seismic network
*Masumi Yamada, Yih-Min Wu, Shiro Ohmi
5/17 PM1 101 14:30 - 14:45 Y230-004 On the timing of maximum amplitude -for rapid estimation of magnitude in earthquake early warning-
*Mitsuyuki Hoshiba, Kazuhiro Iwakiri, Kazuo Ohtake
5/17 PM1 101 14:45 - 15:00 Y230-005 Basic study for developing of the Earthquake Early Warning for great earthquakes -case of ground motions in large earthquakes-
*Susumu Kurahashi, Kojiro Irikura, Kazuaki Masaki
5/17 PM1 101 15:00 - 15:15 Y230-006 Improvement of real-time estimation of seismic intensity for large earthquakes
*Shunroku Yamamoto, Kimitoshi Ashiya, Shinji Sato, other
5/17 PM2 101 15:30 - 15:45 Y230-007 Real-time ground motion prediction with high accuracy using waveform data at a front site
*Masato Motosaka
5/17 PM2 101 15:45 - 16:00 Y230-008 Improvement of Earthquake Early Warning- Intensity Estimation from Initial Part of P-wave -
*Kazuaki Masaki, Takenori Ueda, Susumu Kurahashi, other
5/17 PM2 101 16:00 - 16:15 Y230-009 On prediction of shaking intensity using P wave strong motion data
*Changjiang Wu, Hiromitsu Nakamura, Shigeki Horiuchi, other
5/17 PM2 101 16:15 - 16:30 Y230-010 Application of Earthquake Early Warning System to disaster mitigation for High-Rise Building
*Tomohiro Kubo, Yoshiaki Hisada, Masahiro Murakami, other
5/17 PM2 101 16:30 - 16:45 Y230-011 Development of active evacuation system in individual household using earthquake early warning Part 1. Outline of the system
*Shigeyuki Okada, Tadayoshi Nakashima
5/17 PM2 101 16:45 - 17:00 Y230-012 Part2. Indoor space safety monitoring against injured occurrence due to furniture overturned.
*Tadayoshi Nakashima, Shigeyuki Okada

Y230:(Earthquake Early Warning)      top of this page
*poster  5/17
Y230-P001 Study on attenuation relations focused on near source region -Evaluation of their applicability for earthquake early warning-
*Kazuhiro Iwakiri, Mitsuyuki Hoshiba, Kazuo Ohtake
Y230-P002 Earthquake Warning by using the Real Time Measurement Intensity  - Development of the Independent Measurement Intensity Meter -
*Kenji Kanjo, Masayoshi  Inadera, Yoshinori Shinohara, other
Y230-P003 Evaluation of the accuracy of back-azimuths estimated in real-time by using single station record
*Shunta Noda, Shinji Sato, Shunroku Yamamoto, other
Y230-P004 Recommendation of three stage seismic intensity meter supported by earthquake early warning
*Takao Kagawa, Akio Kobayashi
Y230-P005 Practical use and its problem of the earthquake early warning system at Tokai University
*Takayuki Kawakami, Toru Murayama, Toshiyasu Nagao, other

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