ANALYSIS OF WIND DRIVEN CURRENT IN ISHIKARI BAY AND NEARSHORE CURRENT AT ISHIKARI-HAMA BEACH, JAPAN
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Inukai, N., & Shinada, K. (2020). ANALYSIS OF WIND DRIVEN CURRENT IN ISHIKARI BAY AND NEARSHORE CURRENT AT ISHIKARI-HAMA BEACH, JAPAN. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), papers.14. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.papers.14

Abstract

In August 2016, four swimmers were carried away by the waves and drowned at Ishikari-hama beach in Hokkaido. In recent years, several other similar accidents occurred around the Ishikari coast. Therefore, in this paper, we tried to comprehend the features of the current dynamics in Ishikari Bay and Ishikari-hama beach. As research contents, we grasped the accident that occurred in the past years around the Ishikari coast. In this case, we used the on-line database of the newspaper article. As the result, we comprehended the feature of the accident in Ishikari Bay. Secondary, we made a field survey at Ishikari-hama beach. Thirdly, we confirmed the fluctuation of the current in Ishikari Bay due to short time fluctuation of the wind direction. Finally, we simulated the rip current and the wind driven current in Ishikari Bay.
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