CASE STUDY ON DESIGNING ADAPTATION MEASURES FOR STORM SURGE DISASTERS ALONG INNERMOST COAST OF ARIAKE SEA, JAPAN
AbstractBased on the Japanese governmental adaptation plan against the influence of climate change, the local governments promptly have to design such measures. We focused on the vulnerability of storm surge disasters along the innermost coast, Saga Plain, of the Ariake Sea (Fig.1a) since most of the area is below sea level. We present our experiences of the attempts to design adaptation measures from various approaches as collaborative research with members of Saga Prefecture. Figure 1b shows a meeting with members of the prefecture.
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Ide, Y., Hashimoto, N., Yamashiro, M., & Kodama, M. (2018). CASE STUDY ON DESIGNING ADAPTATION MEASURES FOR STORM SURGE DISASTERS ALONG INNERMOST COAST OF ARIAKE SEA, JAPAN. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), risk.44. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.risk.44
Coastal Management, Environment, and Risk
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