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Title :2004年新潟県中越地域2大同時多発斜面災害の特徴と比較
Title alternative :Characteristics and comparison between many simultaneous landslides in Chuetsu region, Niigata, Japan, in 2004
Authors :山岸, 宏光
丸井, 英明
渡部, 直樹
川邊, 洋
Ayalew Lulseged
Publisher :災害復興科学センター
Issue Date :2005
Journal Title :新潟県連続災害の検証と復興への視点
Start Page :140
End Page :147
Description :On July 13, 2004, heavy rainfalls due to the intensive activities of rain front occurred in the Mid Niigata Region, Japan. They are as much as 400mm in 24 hours, bringing about serious flooding by breaking the river banks. The heavy rainfalls also triggered more than 3600 landslides. The floods and landslides in total claimed 15 lives, all of whom were characteristically old persons. Three months later of such hydrological disasters, the southern region of Mid Niigata Region was attacked by intensive earthquake of M.6.8 on Richter Scale on October 23, 2004. The main earthquake were followed by intensive after shocks which continued until December 2004. By these earthquakes, many landslides also occurred in the hilly and mountainous areas. Namely, different triggers for the landslides have been experienced in the similar geological and geomorphological region. Hence, we have classified the by 7.13 rainfall landslides into two types; surface failures and deep-seated slides with long-run mudflows. While, we have divided the 10.23 earthquake landslides into three types; surface failures, flow type slides and deep-seated slides.
Keywords :地すべり
崩壊
7.13豪雨
10.23中越地震
Type Local :テクニカルレポート
Language :jpn
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10191/1189
fullTextURL :http://dspace.lib.niigata-u.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/10191/1189/1/25_0020.pdf
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