Human Geosciences(H)
Session Sub-categoryGeomorphology
Session IDH-GM03
Short TitleGeomorphology
Main ConvenerNameTsuyoshi Hattanji
AffiliationFaculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
Co-Convener 1NameMasayuki Seto
AffiliationFukushima Future Center for Regional Revitalization, Fukushima University
Co-Convener 2NameHiroshi Shimazu
AffiliationDepartment of Geography, Faculty of Geo-Environmental Science, Rissho University
Session LanguageJJ
ScopeThe main subject of this session is the whole range of themes relating to geomorphology, especially geomorphic processes, landform development and its relation to environmental changes, geomorphological hazards and their mitigation and reports of recent events of disaster occurred in Japan, various kind of hazard maps, relationships among geomorphic processes, other natural phenomena and human activities, and various techniques of geomorphological measurements and automatic landform classification. Japanese can be used in this session.
Presentation FormatOral and Poster presentation
Co-Sponsoring Societies
(Society Members)
Japanese Geomorphological Union
Time Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Oral Presentation May 23 AM1
09:00 - 09:15 HGM03-01Effects of the decontamination activity on the characteristics of the sediment transport on hillslope in Fukushima PrefectureShohei Kozuka Abstract
09:15 - 09:30 HGM03-02Conditions of Shallow Landslides on Hillslopes Underlain by Accretionary Sedimentary Rocks –A Case of Heavy Rainfall in Hiroshima Prefecture in 2014–Naoyuki Yoshihara Abstract
09:30 - 09:45 HGM03-03Topographic change by mining in Bor mine, Eastern Serbia.Sachi Wakasa Abstract
09:45 - 10:00 HGM03-04Reconstructing long term transition of denudation rates using a terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide in fluvial sediment in granite watersheds devastated by significant human impactRyoga Ohta Abstract
10:00 - 10:15 HGM03-05Historical environmental changes and earth-surface processes inferred from lake-catchment systemsKenji Kashiwaya Abstract
Oral Presentation May 23 AM2
10:45 - 11:00 HGM03-06Interannual variability of ice-wedge cracking at a marginal ice-wedge site: A summary of 12-year monitoring in SvalbardNorikazu Matsuoka Abstract
11:00 - 11:15 HGM03-07Relationship between channel migration processes and former micro landforms on the riverbed in Kamikochi region, the upper Azusa River, central JapanHiroshi Shimazu Abstract
11:15 - 11:30 HGM03-08Origin of Aeolian Mega RipplesYoshinori Kodama Abstract
11:30 - 11:45 HGM03-09Distribution of eolian sand on the hills along the west coast of the Noto Peninsula, central JapanWataru Kobayashi Abstract
11:45 - 12:00 HGM03-10Past and future viewing from the modern sedimentary process of the Notsukesaki barrier spit system, eastern HokkaidoFutoshi Nanayama Abstract
Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation May 23 Core Time
HGM03-P01 Thermodynamic consideration of sliding surface and slope form of volcano Naoto Kaneko Abstract
HGM03-P02 Relationships between weathering styles and rock facies or joint structures in the Yagyu Granite, central Japan Yasuto Hirata Abstract
HGM03-P03 Assessment of the Average Erosion of Drainage Basin Using DEM Rei Yamanaka Abstract
HGM03-P04 The River-Bed Slope Discontinuity in Alluvial River Channels Hiroaki Sugiyama Abstract
HGM03-P05 Relief of riverbed and roundness of cobble: an example from the middle Sagami River, central Japan Masaaki Shirai Abstract
HGM03-P06 Characteristics of roundness of cobble–pebble deposited on refreshed gravel bar affected to typhoon 1721 in Tama River, central Japan Takako UTSUGAWA Abstract
HGM03-P07 Digital terrain analyses of the Nōbi Plain using the Fundamental Geospatial Data Junko Iwahashi Abstract
HGM03-P08 Distribution of wave-cut bench and its formation factors in the coastal area of the Shimane Peninsula Hiroshi Hayata Abstract
HGM03-P09 The Relationship Between the Coastal terrains and Geological Layers, in the Western part of Iki Island, Nagasaki Prefecture Yasuhiro Horikawa Abstract
HGM03-P10 A distribution map of submerged terraces around the Japanese Islands based on the interpretation of submarine anaglyph images Tetsuya Komatsu Abstract