ID:201 Disaster Mitigation by Radar Technologies and Collaboration with Local Governments
- 15:15-16:45（Door Open 15:10）
- Sendai Civic Auditorium Meeting Room 1
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Tohoku University Center for Northeast Asian Studies
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In this public Forum, we discussed on the use of radar technology for natural disaster prevention and mitigation, and how the radar information should be sent to local governments and police stations. Tohoku university has demonstrated the use of radar technology for land slide monitoring and archaeological survey in local areas.
Now we think it is quite important to send the acquired information appropriately to local governments, police and finally local inhabitants.
Practical example of radar monitoring of land slide in Arato-zawa, Miyagi Japan was reported from Prof. Motoyuki Sato, Tohoku university and Mr. Kikuo Sato of Kurihara city and Mr. Yasuo Iijima of Forestry agency of Japan have described the current situation.
Mr. Kouhei Sakuma of Miyagi prefecture has reported the importance of archaeological survey with a new technology to speed up the recovery from Earthquake disasters and Mr. Yoshinori Watanabe of Fukushima Prefectural Police has reported the coopetition with Tohoku university for GPR survey of Tsunami victims.
Miyagi prefectural police has presented the GPR activities in Miyagi prefecture.
OutlineRadar technology is used for monitoring safety condition of remote sites. In this seminar, we will discuss on 2 themes, where Tohoku University has worked with local governments related to Disaster mitigation. The topics include land slide monitoring, volcanic activity monitoring and archaeological survey for recovery in Tsunami affected areas.
Application of radar technology to Disaster mitigation
Speaker:Motoyuki Sato, Tohoku University
2008 Miyagi-Iwate nairiku eaqrtuquake and its Management by Kurihara City
Speaker:Kikuo Sato, Kurihara city
Arato-zawa land slide and its control
Speaker:Yasuo Iijima, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Arcaheological Survey in Miyagi pref. after 3.11
Speaker:Kohei Sakuma, Miyagi Pref.
Survey of missing victims by the East Japan great earthquake and tsunami
Speaker:Takanori Watanabe, Fukusima Pref. Police