Solid Earth Sciences(S)
Session Sub-categorySeismology
Session IDS-SS14
TitleStrong Ground Motion and Earthquake Disaster
Short TitleStrong Ground Motion and Disaster
Main ConvenerNameMasayuki Kuriyama
AffiliationCentral Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
Session LanguageJJ
ScopeStrong ground motion has social impacts as it induces earthquake disasters. We solicit contribution on any seismological topics related to strong ground motion that includes, but are not limited to, source processes, wave propagation, and site effects. We also welcome contribution on earthquake related disaster mitigation.
Presentation FormatOral and Poster presentation
Co-Sponsoring Societies
(Society Members)
The Seismological Society of Japan
Time Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 AM1
09:00 - 09:15 SSS14-01Human Casualties in Earthquakes and Their Reduction Strategies (2) For Further Development of Evaluation EquationYutaka Ohta Abstract
09:15 - 09:30 SSS14-02The Prediction Equation of Japanese Instrumental Seismic Intensity and JMA Intensities of Historical Earthquakes in the Early ModernRitsuko S. Matsu'ura Abstract
09:30 - 09:45 SSS14-03Re-examination on total collapse ratio of wooden houses during the 1923 Kanto earthquakeTakashi YOKOTA Abstract
09:45 - 10:00 SSS14-04Development of the damage detection method for buildings with machine learning techniques utilizing aerial photographs of the Kumamoto earthquakeShohei Naito Abstract
10:00 - 10:15 SSS14-05Extremely Severe House Damage Confined to Narrow Zones along the Surface Fault Ruptures in Mashiki by 2016 Kumamoto EarthquakeYasuhiro Suzuki Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 AM2
10:45 - 11:00 SSS14-06Source scaling for the 2016 Kumamoto, Japan, earthquake sequence using the S-wave coda spectral ratio methodKazuhiro Somei Abstract
11:00 - 11:15 SSS14-07Strong Ground Motion near Surface Faulting -What is the Fling Step?-Yoshiaki Hisada Abstract
11:15 - 11:30 SSS14-08Physics of Near-Source Strong Ground Motions (2): Comparison of Kumamoto and KobeKazuki Koketsu Abstract
11:30 - 11:45 SSS14-09A new characterized source model for long-period strong motions near surface-earthquake-faults of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakeKojiro Irikura Abstract
11:45 - 12:00 SSS14-10Microtremor Array Surveys in the Yatsushiro Plain, KumamotoKimiyuki Asano Abstract
12:00 - 12:15 SSS14-11Temporary seismic observations and the characteristics of earthquake ground motions along a north-south line in the Yatsushiro plainMasahiro Korenaga Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 PM1
13:45 - 14:00 SSS14-12A study on the dynamic rupture simulations of the 2016 Kumamoto, Japan, earthquake sequenceHongjun Si Abstract
14:00 - 14:15 SSS14-13Dynamic source modeling under stress distribution derived from geological and geomorphological dataYuko Kase Abstract
14:15 - 14:30 SSS14-14Validation of a 3-stage Source Scaling for Crustal EarthquakesHiroe Miyake Abstract
14:45 - 15:00 SSS14-16Scenario earthquake shaking map using the shallow/deep integrated velocity structure modelTakahiro Maeda Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 PM2
15:30 - 15:45 SSS14-17Simulation of strong ground motion for the 2004 Southwest-Off Kii Peninsula Earthquake with pseudo point-source modelAtsushi Nozu Abstract
15:45 - 16:00 SSS14-18Site specific probabilistic long-period ground motions evaluated by FDM reciprocity methodAnatoly Petukhin Abstract
16:00 - 16:15 SSS14-19Ground Motion Simulation from a Large Subduction Earthquake using the Offshore-Onshore Ambient Seismic FieldLoïc Viens Abstract
16:15 - 16:30 SSS14-20Near-fault broadband ground motion simulations of the 2016 Meinong, Taiwan, earthquake and building damage analysesHongqi Diao Abstract
16:30 - 16:45 SSS14-21Estimation of upward transmitting wave at the bedrock of Aratozawa dam base in the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake by using a soil-water coupled analysisShotaro Yamada Abstract
16:45 - 17:00 SSS14-22Undrained Monotonic and Cyclic Triaxial Loading Behaviour of Solani Sandaparna kanth Abstract
Oral Presentation May 22 AM1
09:00 - 09:15 SSS14-23Long-period strong ground motion of the Tokyo Bay area during the M6.7 event occurred near the triple junction.Tomiichi Uetake Abstract
09:15 - 09:30 SSS14-24Distribution of the quake in metropolitan area by MESO-netShin'ichi Sakai Abstract
09:30 - 09:45 SSS14-25pectrum Characteristics of MeSO-net seismograms – Site Amplification of MeSO-net stations -Ryoichi Nakamura Abstract
09:45 - 10:00 SSS14-26Empirical Double Correction Method to Get Directly Site Amplification Factors of S-wave from MicrotremorsHiroshi Kawase Abstract
10:00 - 10:15 SSS14-27Numerical analyses on the subsurface seismic damage induced by the complex interference between body waves and surface wavesKentaro Nakai Abstract
10:15 - 10:30 SSS14-28Assessment of site amplification and the influence on ML using the surface-downhole network in TaiwanChun-Hsiang Kuo Abstract
Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation May 22 Core Time
SSS14-P01 Prototype damage scenario database for disaster prevention training for active faults Hiromitsu Nakamura Abstract
SSS14-P02 Modeling of subsurface velocity structure from seismic bedrock to ground surface in Tokai region, central Japan – an example of Aichi and Shizuoka Pref. Atsushi Wakai Abstract
SSS14-P03 Long-period pulse and static displacement of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake based on the comparison with prediction equations Toshimi Satoh Abstract
SSS14-P04 Strong-motion data recorded by 1s-sampling GNSS during the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake Hisahiko Kubo Abstract
SSS14-P05 Estimation of Long-Period Ground Motions Containing Permanent Displacement in the Near-Fault Region for 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake Tanaka Shinya Abstract
SSS14-P06 Seismic Reflection/Refraction Survey in Yatsushiro sedimentary basin, Kumamoto Tomotaka Iwata Abstract
SSS14-P07 Evaluation of strong ground motion based on 3-D gravity basement structure in the Mashiki, Kumamoto, Japan Tatsuya Noguchi Abstract
SSS14-P08 Estimation of subsurface structures from microtremor surveys in Kurokawa area, South Aso village, Kumamoto, Japan Shohei Yoshida Abstract
SSS14-P09 Analysis of microtremors from aftershock observation in damaged area of the Kumamoto earthquake using seismic interferometry Masaki Watanabe Abstract
SSS14-P10 Consideration of microtremor array observation results in Kumamoto area Shigeki Senna Abstract
SSS14-P11 Ground type classification for strong motion evaluation based on the characteristics of Phase-Velocity Curves estimated by Microtremor Array Measurements Shigeki Senna Abstract
SSS14-P12 Accuracy of a vertical-component microtremor-array-survey method: with special reference to a simple method for estimating interval-averaged S-wave velocities as a starting point of further discussion Ikuo Cho Abstract
SSS14-P13 Joint inversion of apparent resistivity and surface-wave phase velocity for shallow soil model yutaro shigehara Abstract
SSS14-P14 S-wave velocity and attenuation structure as estimated from deconvolution analysis of KiK-net records SHIBATA TSUYOSHI Abstract
SSS14-P15 A study on estimations of the P-wave and S-wave velocity structure based on the diffuse wave field theory, using H/V spectral ratios of micorotremors and earthquake motions. Kenichi Nakano Abstract
SSS14-P16 Characteristics of ground vibration and cause of structural damage due to the 2016 central Tottori prefecture earthquake in the central Tottori prefecture, Japan Tatsuya Noguchi Abstract
SSS14-P17 Site effects separated from strong-motion records in Okayama Prefecture Ayumu Uneoka Abstract
SSS14-P18 Site amplification characteristics in Nakayama and Sagae, Yamagata Prefecture Fuminari Honda Abstract
SSS14-P19 Use of Microtremor Array Recordings for Estimating Surface-wave Group Velocities in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Takumi Hayashida Abstract
SSS14-P20 Estimation of basement structure of Kathmandu valley, Central Nepal by using gravity survey method Om Pradhan Abstract
SSS14-P21 Strong Motion Observation Network in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Michiko Shigefuji Abstract
SSS14-P22 Shallow soil effects for contrasting PGAs at nearby strong-motion stations dring the Mj 5.2, 2017, Southern Akita Prefecture earthquake Yadab Prasad Dhakal Abstract
SSS14-P23 Early prediction of peak ground acceleration considering site effect parameters Ting Yu Hsu Abstract
SSS14-P24 Rupture Process of the M5.5 Orkney Earthquake Using Strainmeters at Very Close Distance Tatunari Yasutomi Abstract
SSS14-P25 Source characterization of the 2014 Iquique, Chile, earthquake (Mw 8.1) based on an inversion of strong-motion waveforms Yujia Guo Abstract
SSS14-P26 Investigation of Source Characteristics of Subduction Zone in Chile Region Yusuke Tomozawa Abstract
SSS14-P27 Rupture process of the 2016 Fukushima-ken oki earthquake and stress change on the fault Kunikazu Yoshida Abstract
SSS14-P28 Characterized source model of the 2013 Lushan earthquake (Mw6.6), China Hao Wu Abstract
SSS14-P29 Source process of the 2014 Nakagano-ken Hokubu earthquake (MJ 6.7) - Reanalysis considering 3D subsurface structure - Kazuhito Hikima Abstract
SSS14-P30 Source model of the 2016 central Tottori prefecture earthquake (MJMA6.6) using the empirical Green's function method Kaori Nagai Abstract
SSS14-P31 Difference in seismic source characteristics between surface and buried fault rupture of crustal earthquake in Japan Shohei Yoshida Abstract
SSS14-P32 Investigation of slip in shallower region than the seismogenic layer for the inland crustal earthquakes Ken Miyakoshi Abstract
SSS14-P33 A numerical experiment on the real-time prediction of long-period ground motions using response function: Case study in the Kanto plain using 3D simulation waveforms Kazuo Yoshimoto Abstract
SSS14-P34 Effects of random heterogeneity in the crust on long-period ground-motion simulations in Kanto area Asako Iwaki Abstract
SSS14-P35 Broadband ground motion waveform synthesis utilizing AI-based upsampling technique Takahiro Maeda Abstract
SSS14-P36 A study on ground motion simulation by using different source characterization approaches Yasuhiro Matsumoto Abstract
SSS14-P37 Study on the evaluation method for fault displacement: Deterministic evaluation approach based three step considerations (part2). Tonagi Masao Abstract
SSS14-P38 Study on applicability of corrected empirical Green's function method considering near and intermediate field terms to real earthquakes Yosuke Nagasaka Abstract
SSS14-P39 Damage characteristics of wooden buildings by the building age according to the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake naokazu momma Abstract
SSS14-P40 Consideration of real time individual building damage estimation using response analysis Yoshinori TOKIZANE Abstract