S (Solid Earth Sciences ) » S-VC Volcanology
[S-VC46] Mitigation of volcanic disasters - basic and applied researches
convener:Shinji Takarada(Geological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto(Mount Fuji Research Institute, Yamanashi Prefectural Government), Tatsuro Chiba(Asia Air Survey Co., Ltd.), Tomohiro Kubo( Mount Fuji Research Institute)
Volcanic disasters are caused by wide range of volcanic phenomena including ash fall, pyroclastic flow, debris avalanche, lahar, and lava flow. To mitigate volcanic disasters, wide range of technologies including simulation, data processing on GIS, and communication techniques are required. Researches on volcanic hazards mapping, eruption scenarios, and probabilistic eruption assessments are getting important. This session invites presentations and broad reviews related to these topics. Contributions on database technology, case studies of social and school educations, and specific examples of eruption crisis events are also encouraged.
*Tatsuro Chiba1, Hisashi Sasaki1, Ken-ichi Arai1, Takaaki Mori1, Takumi Mochiduki1, Shunsuke Miura1, Kouji Fujita1, Toshihiro Urayama1, Hideyuki Nonaka1, Mikako Sano1, Shino Naruke1 (1.Asia Air Survey Co., Ltd.)
*Masayuki Maki1, Takaaki Nishi2, Tsuyoshi Nakatani1, Yura Kim1, Takehiko Kopbori3, Hidehiko Tokushima4, Yasushi Fujiyoshi5, Takeshi Tameguri6, Masato Iguchi6, Kanji Endo7, Kazuhiko Kaiga7 (1.Research and Education Center for Natural Hazards, Kagoshima University, 2.Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University, 3.Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University, 4.Field Researchers corporation, 5.Emeritus Professor, Hokkaido University, 6.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, 7.Koden Electronics Co., Ltd.)
*Kiyotoshi Otsuka1, Arihide Nobata1, Hitoshi Suwa1, Tomohiro Kubo2, Yosuke Miyagi3, Setsuya Nakada3, Masamitsu Miyamura3 (1.Obayashi Corporation, 2.Mount Fuji Research Institute Yamanashi Perfectural Goverment, 3.National Research Institte of Earth Science and Disaster Resilience)