*Robin Elizabeth Bell1 (1.Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University)
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[A-HW37] Interdisciplinary approach to support climate change adaptation measures in regional scale
In Japan, the impact of climate change has already become apparent and may become even more serious in the future. For example, there are the following specific damages; crop damage such as mandarin orange edema and white immature grains of rice, health hazards such as the northward distribution of Aedes albopictus and heat stroke patients, meteorological disasters such as increased torrential rain and increased number of strong typhoons, and coral bleaching Ecosystem.
The climate change adaptation law, which was enacted in 2018, clarified the legal position of adaptation measures in Japan, and is a legal for the national, local governments, businesses and citizens to cooperate and cooperate to promote adaptation measures. Based on this law, the Climate Change Adaptation Information Platform (A-PLAT) was established to develop and provide tools to support information provision and adaptation actions, and to collect, organize and provide best practices. AP-PLAT and T -Overseas development such as -PLAT is also progressing. Overseas expansion such as AP-PLAT and T-PLAT are also progressing.
In each research field, it is necessary to promote effective adaptation measures based on reliable and detailed information, and measures based on scientific knowledge of future impacts and strengthening of adaptation in the region are urgently needed.
This proposed session would like to invite presentations on the latest achievements in interdisciplinary fields such as hydrology, agriculture, forestry, weather, and climate that support specific climate change adaptation measures, as well as on the development of new research.
*Masashi Kiguchi1, Ruthaikarn BUAPHEAN2, Aphantree YUTTAPHAN2, Boonlert ARCHEVARAHUPROK2, Eiji IKOMA1, Taikan OKI1,3 (1.The University of Tokyo, 2.Thai Meteorological Department, 3.United Nation University)
*Tsuyoshi Takano1, Hiroyoshi Morita1, Shinichiro Nakamura2, Miyazaki Hiroyuki3, Wasan Pattara-atikom4, Napaporn Piamsa-nga5 (1.Nippon Engineering Consultants Co., Ltd, 2.Nagoya Univ., 3.Asian Institute of Technology, 4.National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, 5.Kasetsart Univ.)
*Kodai Yamamoto1, Takahiro Sayama2, Apip Apip3 (1.Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, 2.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, 3.Research Center of Limnology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
*Osamu Matsubayashi1, Hideki Hamamoto2, Sachio Ehara3 (1.National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, 2.Center for Environmental Science in Saitama, 3.Institute for Geothermal Information)
*KOSHI YOSHIDA1 (1.Ibaraki University)
*YI YANG1, Rongling Ye1, Thanyaluck Nontasri2, Mallika Srisutham2, Supranee Sritumboon3, Masayasu Maki4, KOSHI YOSHIDA5, Kazuo Oki6, Koki Homma1 (1.tohoku university, 2.Khon Kaen Univ., Thailand, 3.LDD, Thailand, 4.Fukushima Univ., 5.Ibaraki Univ., 6.Univ. Tokyo)
*Koki Homma1, Mongkol Raksapatcharawong2, Watcharee Veerakachen2, Peerapon Prompitakporn2, Masayasu Maki3, Kazuo Oki4 (1.Tohoku University, 2.Kasesart University, 3.Fukushima University, 4.The University of Tokyo)
*SOUMYA SUCHARITA BEHERA1, K.S. Hari Prasad2, C.S.P. Ojha3 (1.PhD Research Scholar, IIT, Roorkee, India, 2.Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., IIT, Roorkee, India, 3.Chair Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., IIT, Roorkee, India)
*Kyoko Matsumoto1, Mallika Srisutham2, Supranee Sritumboon3, Sompratana Ritphring4, Masashi Kiguchi1, Taikan Oki5 (1.Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, 2.Facutly of Agriculture, Khonkaen University, 3.Land Development Department, 4.Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University, 5.Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo)