Journal of the Japan Landslide Society
Online ISSN : 1882-0034
Print ISSN : 1348-3986
ISSN-L : 1348-3986
Volume 55 , Issue 6
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  • Tsuneshi NISHIOKA, Kazuo TSUTSUI, Kunio KOWAKI, Tomoki ENOHARA, Takehi ...
    2018 Volume 55 Issue 6 Pages 293-298
    Published: 2018
    Released: January 08, 2019

      In recent years, warning evacuation information for promoting early evacuation of residents from sediment-related disasters is being enhanced. Meanwhile, firefighters who encourage evacuation need to pay attention not only to sediment-related disasters but also to flood damage and so on. And there is a possibility that evacuation guidance from sediment-related disasters can not be conducted. In this research, we will summarize the relationship between the response of the firefighters and the alarm information issuance time at the time of flood in the Nachi River basin in 2011, and conducted questionnaires to the firefighters in order to examine future measures for evacuation drills. By grasping the dangerous area as for the sediment-related disasters and making the evacuation drills after creating evacuation plans, we found that there is a possibility of prompt evacuation guidance at the time of the disasters.

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  • Tsuneshi NISHIOKA, Tomoki ENOHARA, Takehiro SAKAGUCHI, Atsuhiko KINOSH ...
    2018 Volume 55 Issue 6 Pages 299-304
    Published: 2018
    Released: January 08, 2019

      In Wakayama prefecture, Kii Peninsula disaster in 2011 caused serious damage due to deep-seated landslides and river blockages. So, we found that the appropriate evacuation behavior of residents at the time of sediment-related disasters is important. As a case of the past disaster in Wakayama prefecture in 1953, the disaster in the Arida River basin large damage occurred due to the slope failures occurred in Hanazono Village (Now Katsuragi Town) and the river channel blockage being destroyed. On the other hand, in some districts, people protected themselves by rapid evacuation behaviors. In this research, we focused on the actions of people who could evacuated of warning area absence of warning evacuation information like in recent years. So, we listened to the person who experienced the disaster in 1953. We have found that people who could evacuate knew that evacuation sites and have the knowledge of sediment-related disasters. So, they could evacuate rapidly and it led to the reduction of the damage.

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  • Shirou MORIYA, Takahiko KONNO
    2018 Volume 55 Issue 6 Pages 305-310
    Published: 2018
    Released: January 08, 2019

      In disaster prevention against natural disasters, it is necessary for people to make appropriate actions at an early stage. However, there are many subjects such as information relating to local knowledge and dispatch of evacuation information, etc. NPO activities were developed from the viewpoint of what can be done and useful to solve such social problems. And, to improve the disaster prevention ability of people, a multidimensional network in the interdisciplinary area called disaster prevention is indispensable, and we want to emphasize that the knowledge obtained there is important.

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