*Junzo Kasahara1,5,6, Yoko Hasada3, Yoshihiro Sugimoto2, Hirotaka Kawashima2, Yasutomo Yamauchi2, Takashi Yamaguchi1, Kenji Kubota4 (1.ENAA, 2.Dia consulting Co. Ltd, 3.Daiwa Exploration and Consulting Co. Ltd, 4.CRIEPI, 5.Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, 6.Shizuoka Univ..)
H (Human Geosciences) » H-TT Technology & Techniques
[H-TT19] New Developments in Shallow Geophysics
Thu. May 24, 2018 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall7, Makuhari Messe)
convener:Kyosuke Onishi(Public Works Research Institute), Kunio Aoike(Oyo corporation), Keisuke Inoue(国立研究開発法人 農業・食品産業技術総合研究機構, 共同), Tishiyuki Yokota(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
The session of shallow geophysics calls many research contributions on geophysical exploration techniques for the near surface. Our target depth is strictly restricted in the depth zone from 5 cm to 30 m (or from 2 in to 100 ft) below the surface of the ground. It may be the closest unknown territory for human society and advanced societies cannot have controlled yet to avoid disasters caused by dynamics in the shallow near surface. Peoples require techniques to manage levee, landslide and earth constructions also knowledge to control groundwater, liquefaction and soil pollution. The near surface has many geotechnical, environmental and hydrogeologic problems.
Major survey techniques are surface wave method, electric exploration, ground-penetrating radar and land streamer, but any methods will be discussed if your target is located in the specified depths. This session welcomes to discuss laboratory tests and rock physics for unconsolidated porous media in the vadose zone. Also, we will welcome not only cutting-edge technologies but also classic theory, if the knowledge is useful for human living.
*Yasutomo Yamauchi1, Junzo Kasahara2,5, Yoko Hasada3, Hirotaka Kawashima1, Yoshihiro Suigimoto1, Takashi Yamaguchi2, Kenji Kubota4 (1.DIACONSULTANTS CO.,LTD, 2.Engineering Advancement Association of Japan, 3.Daiwa Exploration and Consulting Co.,Ltd., 4.Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, 5.Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)
*Hidetaka Shiraishi1 (1.Center for Environmental Science in Saitama)
*Shinsuke Okada1, Takahashi Naoya2, Kazuo Yamaguchi3, Tatsuya Sumita3, Yuichi Niwa4, Keitaro Komura5, Haruo Kimura5 (1.International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University, 2.Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, 3.National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, 4.Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University, 5.Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)