Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019

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[J] Poster

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[O-08] How to make the image of the earth's phenomenon to the general people in the Geopark

Sun. May 26, 2019 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall8, Makuhari Messe)

convener:Noritaka Matsubara(Graduate School of Regional Resource Management, University of Hyogo), Yayoi ICHIHASHI(Sado Island Geopark Promotion Office), Hokuto Obara(Mine-Akiyoshidai Karst Plateau Geopark Promotion Council), Marekazu OHNO(Unzen Volcanic Area Geopark Promotion Office)

[O08-P13] Application of terrain representation in Geosite
- Case study in North Ibaraki Geopark Project -

*Go Ishikawa1, Keiko SUZUKI1, Mamoru Koarai2, Rika Imaizumi3, Naoki Takeda4 (1.Tokyo Map Research Inc., 2.College of Science, Ibaraki University, 3.Aero Asahi Corp., 4.Association for Promotion of North Ibaraki Geopark Project)

Keywords:Relief Map created with Multiple Light Source, North Ibaraki Geopark Project, terrain representation

Geosites feature the sights of the geopark, which designate sites of spectacular geological feature. It is important to make it have corrected geological information and easily to understand. Most geopark use flyers, but only a few have topographic map.
In the Japanese Geoparks re-certification activity, North Ibaraki Geopark Project has the Geosite pamphlet with map illustration. It's customized and approachable but hard to match with the on-site. To design the new pamphlet, we used New Relief Map created with Multiple Light Source (DecoBocoChizu Premium) based on the 5m DEM (Digital Elevation Model). The new Geosite maps show more reality and much easier to recognize the geological feature such as marine terrace, river terrace and fault. Furthermore, overlapping the shadow graph and geologic graph can get the geographic structures.

*: This research is supported by Ibaraki University Geological Information Utilizing Project and KAKENHI (16K01213).