|Erosion and Sediment Control
Volcano and Debris Flow
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Recently, debris flows caused by volcanic eruptions or landslide dams induced by a heavy rainfall or an earthquake result in a great deal of serious damage to many people.Furthermore, under the growing impacts of volcanic and seismic activities or global warming, relating large scale sediment disasters, such as debris flows, is a matter of concern. In order to manage the risk of the extraordinary debris flows, it is necessary to revise the existing tools to predict a scale, place and time of debris flow occurrence because of its extraordinariness.
Volcano and Debris Flow Research team aims at developing tools to predict scale, place and time of the extraordinary debris flows and new techniques for emergency surveys.
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| Research on estimation
potential areas affected by sediment movement based on monitoring
|【Team Leader】 Yasuo ISHII
【Chief Researcher】 Masaki MIZUNO
【Deputy Team Leader】 Yoji CHIDA
【Senior Researcher】 Naoki FUJIMURA
【Senior Researcher】 Joko KAMIYAMA
【Researcher】 Nagazumi TAKEZAWA
【Researcher】 Jie DOU
【Researcher】 Hiromi AKITA
【Researcher】 Yusuke YAMAZAKI
【Collaborating Researcher】 Norihisa SOMEYA
【Collaborating Researcher】 Sakiko TETSUKA
【Collaborating Researcher】 Nozomi YAMAMOTO
|Recent in Research Activities|
|Survey of infiltration capacity in Shinmoedake||Survey of damaged sabo dam in Ayabe city, Kyoto prefecture
|Survey of driftwood in Asakura city, Fukuoka prefecture||Experiment using the large soilbags model|
|Outreach Activities, etc.
| Event publishing at the day of civil engineering
| Poster award for best poster presentation
at the interpraevent 2018
Erosion and Sediment Control Research
Group, Volcano and Debris Flow Research Team
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