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NAKAMURA Shinichiro
 
Organization
Graduate School of Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering 4 Associate professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Engineering
Undergraduate School
School of Engineering Architecture
Title
Associate professor

Degree 1

  1. 博士(工学) ( 2014.10   東京大学 ) 

Research Interests 6

  1. 水資源

  2. 水文学

  3. 国土デザイン

  4. 水資源

  5. 水文学

  6. 国土デザイン

Research Areas 1

  1. Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Hydroengineering

Research History 9

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering 4   Associate professor

    2018.11

  2. Nagoya University   Disaster Mitigation Research Center

    2014.11

  3. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering 4   Lecturer

    2014.11 - 2018.10

  4. 東京大学生産技術研究所 特任助教

    2013.4 - 2014.10

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  5. The University of Tokyo   Institute of Industrial Science

    2013.4 - 2014.10

  6. 東京大学総括プロジェクト機構「水の知」(サントリー)総括寄付講座・特任助教

    2010.1 - 2013.3

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  7. The University of Tokyo   Division of Project Coordination

    2010.1 - 2013.3

  8. パシフィックコンサルタンツ株式会社

    2008.4 - 2009.12

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  9. Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd.

    2008.4 - 2009.12

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Education 2

  1. The University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Engineering

    - 2008.3

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  2. Shibaura Institute of Technology   Faculty of Engineering

    - 2006.3

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 8

  1. 土木学会

  2. 水文・水資源学会

  3. 日本環境共生学会

  4. 日本科学史学会

  5. 日本地下水学会

  6. 日本環境共生学会

  7. 土木学会

  8. 水文・水資源学会

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Committee Memberships 27

  1. 超党派水制度改革議員連盟水循環基本法フォローアップ委員会 幹事・広報分科会部会長   幹事  

    2016.3   

  2. 愛知県尾張地域水循環再生地域協議会 座長   座長  

    2017.4   

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    Committee type:Municipal

  3. 土木学会 土木学会論文集D2委員会   委員  

    2016.6   

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    Committee type:Academic society

  4. 土木学会   企画委員会 委員  

    2023.11 - 2025.5   

  5. 水文・水資源学会   編集出版委員会 幹事長  

    2022.9   

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  6. 土木学会   土木史委員会 発表小委員会 幹事長  

    2022.6   

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  7. 土木学会   土木学会論文集42小委員会 委員  

    2022.4   

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  8. 土木学会   「コロナ後の“土木”のビッグピクチャー」特別委員会 委員  

    2021.6 - 2022.5   

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  9. 土木学会 豪雨災害対策総合検討委員会委員   幹事  

    2020.8 - 2021.9   

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  10. 環境省気候変動適応中部広域協議会   アドバイザー・分科会副座長  

    2020   

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    Committee type:Government

  11. 水制度改革議員連盟 参与   参与  

    2018.3   

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  12. 水制度改革議員連盟   参与  

    2018.3   

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    Committee type:Other

  13. 愛知県尾張地域水循環再生地域協議会   座長  

    2017.4   

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    Committee type:Municipal

  14. 土木学会 選奨土木遺産中部支部選考委員会   委員  

    2016.6   

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  15. 土木学会 選奨土木遺産中部支部選考委員会   委員  

    2016.6   

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  16. 土木学会 土木学会論文集43小委員会   委員  

    2016.6   

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  17. 土木学会中部支部 地区防災計画の策定支援方法検討委員会   幹事長  

    2016.5   

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  18. 土木学会中部支部 地区防災計画の策定支援方法検討委員会   幹事長  

    2016.5   

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  19. 超党派水制度改革議員連盟水循環基本法フォローアップ委員会 幹事   幹事  

    2016.3   

  20. 土木学会中部支部 災害緊急対応委員会   委員・幹事  

    2016.2   

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  21. 土木学会中部支部 災害緊急対応委員会   委員・幹事  

    2016.2   

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  22. 土木学会 土木史研究委員会戦後土木施設の歴史・文化的価値に関する調査小委員会   委員  

    2015.11   

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  23. 土木学会 土木史研究委員会戦後土木施設の歴史・文化的価値に関する調査小委員会   委員  

    2015.11   

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  24. 日本環境共生学会学術・編集委員会   委員  

    2015.7   

  25. 日本環境共生学会学術・編集委員会   委員  

    2015.7   

  26. 土木学会土木学会誌編集委員会   委員  

    2015.6 - 2017.6   

  27. 土木学会土木学会誌編集委員会   委員  

    2015.6 - 2017.6   

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Awards 5

  1. 令和3年度 土木学会 出版文化賞

    2022.6   土木学会  

  2. 2021年度 水文・水資源学会 学術出版賞

    2021.9   水文・水資源学会  

  3. 令和3年度 日本環境共生学会 著述賞

    2021.9   日本環境共生学会  

  4. 平成27年度土木学会出版文化賞

    2016.6   土木学会  

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  5. 平成27年度土木学会出版文化賞

    2016.6   土木学会  

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Papers 84

  1. Evaluation of the drought resilience of indigenous irrigation water systems: a case study of dry zone Sri Lanka Reviewed

    Romitha Wickramasinghe, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Environmental Research Communications   Vol. 6   page: 035003   2024.3

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    DOI: 10.1088/2515-7620/ad2a90

  2. Assessing the impact of climate change on flood inundation and agriculture in the Himalayan Mountainous Region of Bhutan Reviewed

    Pema Syldon, Badri Bhakta Shrestha, Mamoru Miyamoto, Katsunori Tamakawa, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies   Vol. 52   page: 101687   2024.4

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  3. Evaluating the quality of life for sustainable urban development Reviewed

    Tsuyoshi Takano, Hiroyoshi Morita, Shinichiro Nakamura, Takuya Togawa, Noriyasu Kachi, Hirokazu Kato, Yoshitsugu Hayashi

    Cities   Vol. 142   page: 104561 - 104561   2023.11

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2023.104561

  4. Conceptualizing the effectiveness of flood risk information with a socio-hydrological model: A case study in Lower Kelani River Basin, Sri Lanka Reviewed

    Chamal Perera, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Frontiers in Water   Vol. 5   page: 1131997   2023.4

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    In rapidly changing human-flood systems, dynamic models can assist with system thinking, policy-making, and response. Previous research has shown that flood memory is important for better responses during disasters. To date, socio-hydrological research has primarily focused on memory accumulation after flood events and the related dynamics and feedback mechanisms. Notably, the impact of risk information has not yet been considered in any modeling exercise. Accordingly, this study improved upon the socio-hydrological model (SHM) by incorporating the impact of risk information on collective memory and associated dynamics. Probable flood maps were used to assess the response of a floodplain community from the Lower Kelani River Basin, Sri Lanka, via two interview surveys conducted at a 6-month interval. The surveys were conducted under two categories: A—after distributing maps and conducting awareness sessions, and B—after showing and distributing flood maps. The results showed that the flood maps helped to improve the risk perception of floodplain communities. Of the two categories, the memory decay process was slower for Category A. Furthermore, the SHM application showed that flood damage in the study area could be reduced by 10–30% when flood maps were distributed, and awareness sessions were conducted at 1–5-yr intervals.

    DOI: 10.3389/frwa.2023.1131997

  5. Statistical analysis of rainfall impacts on urban traffic in Bangkok, Thailand Invited Reviewed International coauthorship

    Tsuyoshi Takano, Hiroyoshi Morita, Piamsa-nga Napaporn, Varameth Vichiensan, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Hydrological Research Letters   Vol. 17 ( 4 ) page: 85 - 91   2023.12

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    DOI: 10.3178/hrl.17.85

  6. Socio-hydrological modeling and its issues in Japan: a case study in Naganuma District, Nagano City Reviewed

    Naoya Shibata, Fuko Nakai, Kensuke Otsuyama, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Hydrological Research Letters   Vol. 16 ( 1 ) page: 32 - 39   2022.4

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    The Asian monsoon and Japan's steep terrain structure make it a flood-prone country. These natural, flood-prone features have prompted Japan to develop unique social norms for flood risk management. Over the last decade, human-flood interaction models have been developed in socio-hydrology (SH), being applied and validated in vari- ous countries. This study applied the SH model for the Naganuma District of Nagano City, Japan, an area that was affected by Typhoon Hagibis in 2019. Additionally, the SH model was examined for its applicability in Japan using sensitivity analysis. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to apply the SH model in a real-life scenario in Japan. The results suggest that there are differences between the output from the existing SH model and the actual human-flood interactions in Japanese society. This paper also provides recommendations to improve the Japanese SH model and inform associated future research agendas in Japan.

    DOI: 10.3178/hrl.16.32

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  7. Lost Rivers: Tokyo's Sewage Problem in the High-Growth Period, 1953–73 Reviewed International journal

    Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki, Shinjiro Kanae

    Technology and Culture   Vol. 63 ( 2 ) page: 427 - 449   2022.4

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    Early modern Tokyo was a city of water with rivers and canals crisscrossing the city and connecting its commercial centers. However, modern Tokyo's rivers have disappeared-filled in, or converted into concrete-lined sewers. This article explores what happened to these waterways during Japan's period of rapid economic growth. It focuses on the 1961 policy decision by city planners and water engineers that resulted in the rivers-to-sewers transition in the lead-up to the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. The process of making this policy sheds light on the interface of the long-term urban industrial pollution and the short-term pressures of urban clean up before the 1964 Olympics. Contributing an envirotech perspective on industrial waste management during Japan's high-speed economic growth period, this article brings to focus a rush to pave with concrete Japan's return on the international scene, as part of the showcasing recovery from the political and economic catastrophe of World War II.

    DOI: 10.1353/tech.2022.0053

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  8. Global land use of diets in a small island community: a case study of Palau in the Pacific Reviewed

    Shinichiro Nakamura, Akiko Iida, Jun Nakatani, Takafumi Shimizu, Yuya Ono, Satoshi Watanabe, Keigo Noda, Christopher Kitalong

    Environmental Research Letters   Vol. 16 ( 6 ) page: 065016 - 065016   2021.6

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    Modern dietary habits in communities are linked and are part of the global food supply chain. To achieve sustainable food production and consumption, communicating the impact associated with food production and dietary choices at community level to consumers is important. However, previous footprint studies have primarily focussed on food consumption at the national level and neglected community–level consumption activities. This study surveyed the diets of a small island community and linked the results with multi-region land footprint analysis in Ollei Village, Republic of Palau. The analysis was used to determine the extent to which the dietary lifestyles of communities depend on external land use through the global supply chain. We showed that the global food supply chain has reached this corner of the world, and the dietary habits of the community are already heavily dependent on processed and imported foods. The community and country are highly dependent on large land use in some major producer/exporting countries through the global food supply chain. In addition, the amount of external land used for food production exceeds the biocapacity of the agricultural land in the community and country. This study bridges the gap between community–level consumption activities and national-scale footprint analysis, and quantitatively assesses the impact of consumption activities at the community level on the global environment. The results and approach of this study could contribute to the development and implementation of vertically integrated food policies between the national and community level in Palau.

    DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ac0212

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    Other Link: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/ac0212/pdf

  9. Socio-hydrology: the Potential and Challenges in Japan Reviewed

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Masaomi KIMURA, Keigo NODA, Satoshi WATANABE, Yukinaga NISHIHARA

    JOURNAL OF JAPAN SOCIETY OF HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES   Vol. 33 ( 5 ) page: 203 - 211   2020.9

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    DOI: 10.3178/jjshwr.33.203

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  10. Paradigm Shifts on Flood Risk Management in Japan: Detecting Triggers of Design Flood Revisions in the Modern Era Reviewed

    Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki

    WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH   Vol. 54 ( 8 ) page: 5504 - 5515   2018.8

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    Flood risk management (FRM) has repeatedly evolved through paradigm shifts in human history. In modern FRM, a design flood, which reflects the protection standard or safety level of the FRM, is one of the most important elements. It has been historically revised and increased to reflect the sociohydrological situation of each era. Through this study we aimed to identify these changes to FRM and their reasons (after the advent of the modern society in Japan), focusing on the design flood revision triggers in 109 river basins. We extracted all these triggers through critical reviews of governmental reports (and other historical resources), then tried to identify and divide this time period into a few eras, based on these shifts. In addition, we performed a quantitative trend analysis of several sociohydrological variables that contributed to (or refracted) the shifts and conducted a qualitative analysis of their sociohydrological backgrounds. The revision triggers could be classified into five categories: national policy change, mega flood, dam construction, economic growth, and others. From the transition of triggers, the Japanese modern history of FRM was divided into three eras: Era 1: 1910-1935, changing society, Era 2: 1935-1970, response to mega floods, and Era 3: 1970-2010, response to economic growth. The paradigms shifted in each era due to variations in both socio-hydrological events and backgrounds. The results showed that the Japanese FRM paradigm has shifted from green society to technological society, with respect to human-technology-flood evolution.

    DOI: 10.1029/2017WR022509

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  11. 都市における「川離れ」解決に向けた「気づき」の形成について―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践― Reviewed

    中村晋一郎

    実践政策学   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 11-20   2018

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  12. 市民団体の活動量変化に対する影響要因とその関係 Reviewed

    増田有真, 坂本貴啓, 白川直樹, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 36 ( 3 ) page: 182 - 193   2023.8

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    DOI: 10.3178/jjshwr.36.1759

  13. Potential impact of diversion canals and retention areas as climate change adaptation measures on flood risk reduction: A hydrological modelling case study from the Chao Phraya River Basin, Thailand Reviewed

    Saritha Padiyedath Gopalan, Adisorn Champathong, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Shinichiro Nakamura, Naota Hanasaki

    SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT   Vol. 841   2022.10

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    The countries of Southeast Asia are projected to experience severe flood damage and economic impacts from climate change, compared with the global average. Hence adaptation by incorporating infrastructures is essential, but it has been seldom explicitly included in the simulations projecting climate change impacts on flood risk in these countries. Quantifying the effects of infrastructure is the key to climate change impact and adaptation assessment. Therefore, this study was conducted in the Chao Phraya River Basin (CPRB) in Thailand to examine the adaptation potential of (i) existing structural and non-structural measures that include reservoir and diversion dams, diversion canals, and water retention areas, and (ii) the combined adaptation measures, a combination of alterations made to the existing diversion canals and retention areas, on reducing future floods using the H08 global hydrological model (GHM). The results revealed that the impact of existing measures on the future flood reduction was smaller than the increase caused by warming in the CPRB. Conversely, the combined adaptation measures successfully mitigated the effect of warming by redirecting nearly 50 % of the diverted river flow to the ocean and storing 30 % of the diverted flow in the retention areas. Although a remarkable reduction was noted in the basin-wide flood risk, the effect of adaptation measures greatly varied across the basin. The combined adaptation measures largely reduced the number of flooding days by close to 100 at many of the considered stations within the basin, except for extreme flood events (historical 1 percentile flood events). This further reveals that the feasibility of adaptation measures in alleviating the extreme future floods will be limited in flood-vulnerable basins and thus require area-based prioritization for flood management. The modelling framework implemented in this study can be easily adapted to different GHMs and regions and should be examined for their applicability.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156742

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  14. Inclusion of flood diversion canal operation in the H08 hydrological model with a case study from the Chao Phraya River basin: model development and validation Reviewed

    Saritha Padiyedath Gopalan, Adisorn Champathong, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Shinichiro Nakamura, Naota Hanasaki

    Hydrology Earth System. Sciences   Vol. 26 ( 9 ) page: 2541 - 2560   2022.5

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    Water diversion systems play crucial roles in assuaging flood risk by diverting and redistributing water within and among basins. For flood and drought assessments, including investigations of the effects of diversion systems on river discharge worldwide, the explicit inclusion of these systems into global hydrological models (GHMs) is essential. However, such representation remains in the pioneering stage because of complex canal operations and insufficient data. Therefore, we developed a regionalized canal operation scheme and implemented it in the H08 GHM for flood diversion in the Chao Phraya River basin (CPRB), Thailand, which is a complex river network with several natural and artificial diversion canals and has been subject to severe flooding in the past, including recent years.Region-specific validation results revealed that the enhanced H08 model with the regionalized diversion scheme could effectively simulate the observed flood diversion pattern in the CPRB. Diverted water comprises approximately 49 % of the annual average river discharge in the CPRB. The simulations further confirmed that the presented canal scheme had the potential to reduce flood risk in the basin by significantly reducing the number of flooding days. A generalized canal scheme with simple input data settings was also constructed for future global applications, providing insights into the maximum level of discharge reduction achievable with diversion of nearly 57 % of the annual average river discharge of the CPRB. Overall, the enhanced H08 model with canal schemes can be adapted and applied to different contexts and regions, accounting for the characteristics of each river network by maintaining the basic principles unaltered.

    DOI: 10.5194/hess-26-2541-2022

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  15. Improvement of socio-hydrological model to capture the dynamics of combined river and urban floods: a case study in Lower Kelani River Basin, Sri Lanka Reviewed

    Chamal Perera, Shinichiro Nakamura

    Hydrological Research Letters   Vol. 16 ( 2 ) page: 40 - 46   2022.4

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    Identifying the complex patterns of human-flood interactions over longer periods of time is very important in floodplain management activities. The recently introduced socio-hydrology (SH) model contributes to capture these long-term behaviors of human-flood systems. This model can be utilized to explain the long-term dynamics of human-water interaction in floodplains. The current SH model exclusively illustrates the impact of river floods on floodplain communities. However, in some river basins, urban floods (due to high intensity rainfall) are dominant, whereas in other river basins, both river floods and urban floods influence the dynamics of the system. It is often difficult to distinguish the type of flood from actual local disaster data sets. In this study, we proposed an improvement to the existing SH model to capture the dynamics of both river floods and urban floods based on a case study from the Lower Kelani Basin, Sri Lanka, using simulated historical flood damages. The improved model was applied to capture flood damages in the target watershed, and the results further emphasize the importance of flood risk perception in flood damage reduction.

    DOI: 10.3178/hrl.16.40

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  16. Integrated Evaluation Indicator for Irrigation Ponds Considering Disaster Prevention and Maintenance: Case Study of Saijo City, Ehime, Japan Reviewed

    Yoshiyasu TSUJIOKA, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Masaomi KIMURA, Keigo NODA, Yukinaga NISHIHARA, Tomohiro TANAKA, Satoshi WATANABE

    JOURNAL OF JAPAN SOCIETY OF HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES   Vol. 35 ( 2 ) page: 122 - 133   2022.3

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    DOI: 10.3178/jjshwr.35.122

  17. Integrated Evaluation of Changing Water Resources in an Active Ecotourism Area: The Case of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines Reviewed

    Mark Ace Dela Cruz, Shinichiro Nakamura, Naota Hanasaki, Julien Boulange

    Sustainability   Vol. 13 ( 9 ) page: 4826 - 4826   2021.4

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    Rapid urbanization, tourism, and climate change (CC) threaten water resource management in developing countries. Conventional water-planning tools cannot account for the changing effects of water disparity, climate risks, and environmental flow (EF) requirements. This paper proposes an alternative approach that applies stylized water-demand forecasting and predicting water availability from the perspectives of CC, changing society, and EF, thereby providing managers with future scenarios of surface water sufficiency/deficiency in an active ecotourism area, namely, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines. We considered (1) scenarios of seasonal droughts to prepare for climate risks in the future and (2) scenarios of water availability that do not depend on groundwater supply, in which the projected water deficiency is frequent both annually and seasonally. The results of this case study showed that an additional water supply from the Montible Watershed to the city was projected to secure sufficient amounts of water to achieve surface-water sufficiency, which is consistent with the goals of both the municipality and the water company to reduce the dependency on groundwater. Moreover, significant infrastructure investment costs must be anticipated in Scenario 3. Our approach proves efficient in modeling water demand in regions with active tourism and hydrology and therefore has the potential for further analyses and application.

    DOI: 10.3390/su13094826

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  18. A review of climate-change impact and adaptation studies for the water sector in Thailand Invited Reviewed International coauthorship

    Masashi Kiguchi, Kumiko Takata, Naota Hanasaki, Boonlert Archevarahuprok, Adisorn Champathong, Eiji Ikoma, Chaiporn Jaikaeo, Sudsaisin Kaewrueng, Shinjiro Kanae, So Kazama, Koichiro Kuraji, Kyoko Matsumoto, Shinichiro Nakamura, Dzung Nguyen-Le, Keigo Noda, Napaporn Piamsa-Nga, Mongkol Raksapatcharawong, Prem Rangsiwanichpong, Sompratana Ritphring, Hiroaki Shirakawa, Chatuphorn Somphong, Mallika Srisutham, Desell Suanburi, Weerakaset Suanpaga, Taichi Tebakari, Yongyut Trisurat, Keiko Udo, Sanit Wongsa, Tomohito Yamada, Koshi Yoshida, Thanya Kiatiwat, Taikan Oki

    Environmental Research Letters   Vol. 16 ( 2 ) page: 023004 - 023004   2021.2

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    Thailand plays a central economic and policy-making role in Southeast Asia. Although climate change adaptation is being mainstreamed in Thailand, a well-organized overview of the impacts of climate change and potential adaptation measures has been unavailable to date. Here we present a comprehensive review of climate-change impact studies that focused on the Thai water sector, based on a literature review of six sub-sectors: riverine hydrology, sediment erosion, coastal erosion, forest hydrology, agricultural hydrology, and urban hydrology. Our review examined the long-term availability of observational data, historical changes, projected changes in key variables, and the availability of economic assessments and their implications for adaptation actions. Although some basic hydrometeorological variables have been well monitored, specific historical changes due to climate change have seldom been detected. Furthermore, although numerous future projections have been proposed, the likely changes due to climate change remain unclear due to a general lack of systematic multi-model and multi-scenario assessments and limited spatiotemporal coverage of the study area. Several gaps in the research were identified, and ten research recommendations are presented. While the information contained herein contributes to state-of-the-art knowledge on the impact of climate change on the water sector in Thailand, it will also benefit other countries on the Indochina Peninsula with a similar climate.

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  19. DEVELOPMENT OF A LONG-TERM DATABASE ON FLOOD DAMAGES FROM 1900 TO 1965 IN JAPAN Reviewed

    Yuichiro ITO, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 77 ( 1 ) page: 74 - 83   2021

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    Long-term records of flood damages are important for studying flood countermeasures and predicting future flood damages. Although the best record of flood damages in Japan is the Flood Statistics Survey started in 1961, there are no long-term statistics which record the magnitude, scale, area, and factors of flood before the survey. In this study, we developed a database on flood damages from 1900 to 1965 with using the flood records prepared by the local meteorological stations and others. This database is the most detailed and long-term records related flood damages in Japan. The results of the database analysis show that major flood events occurred between 1941 and 1945, which have not been recorded in the previous records, and the frequency and intensity of flood events have clearly increased since 1950s.

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  20. 事前の防災活動による避難の促進:令和元年東日本台風千曲川決壊における長野市の事例 Reviewed

    中居 楓子, 中村 晋一郎, 竹之内 健介

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 76 ( 1 ) page: 424 - 436   2020

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  21. 市街化調整区域における浸水被害の分析-令和元年東日本台風による長野市長沼地区の被害を例として- Reviewed

    柴田直弥, 増田有真, 森田紘圭, 中村晋一郎

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 76 ( 1 ) page: 202 - 211   2020

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  22. COMMUNITIES’ DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PROMOTED EVACUATION: A CASE STUDY OF NAGANO CITY DAMAGED BY THE CHIKUMA RIVER FLOODS CAUSED BY TYPHOON HAGIBIS Reviewed

    Fuko NAKAI, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Kensuke TAKENOUCHI

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 76 ( 1 ) page: 424 - 436   2020

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    This study examined the evacuation behavior of two communities in Nagano City; Naganuma and Toyono, Japan, during the typhoon Hagibis. Despite the width of the inundated area and significant building damage, there were only two victims in the area. We analyzed the relationship between (1) the numerical statement of the aggregated evacuation behavior, (2) social and hazard circumstances, and (3) social background, including the disaster preparedness formulated by the community. The research focused on “the minutia” of factors which have been revealed by previous researches, rather than “the existence or absence” of such factors. The analysis was based on newspaper articles, a post-interview survey conducted by Kansai Television Co. Ltd., the minutes of the flooded area’s past flood control meetings, and community disaster management plans. The results showed that the main factor promoting evacuation action differed in the two communities. This difference lied in each community’s disaster preparedness. Indeed, Naganuma had set a specific and socially agreed upon criterion for evacuation: a specific water level of the Chikuma River. Meanwhile, Toyono had experienced several inland flooding. On the other side, both communities had participated in the flood control meetings and formed organizations for voluntary disaster mitigation action and a common awareness of “what constitutes a dangerous situation” and “which information is important for the evacuation”.

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  23. ANALYSIS ON FLOOD DAMAGES IN URBANIZATION CONTROL AREA: A CASE STUDY OF DAMAGES BY TYPHOON HAGIBIS IN NAGANUMA DISTRICT, NAGANO CITY, JAPAN Reviewed

    Naoya SHIBATA, Yuma MASUDA, Hiroyoshi MORITA, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 76 ( 1 ) page: 202 - 211   2020

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    Land use regulation is positioned in flood mitigation and climate change adaptation measures as a fundamental measure to reduce the amount of exposure in floodplain. In Japan, land use regulation for flood mitigation has been considered in the area classification under the City Planning Act and the Location Normalization Plan under the Act on Special Measures concerning Urban Reconstruction. However, its actual mitigation effects and operational challenges have not been fully clarified. In this study, we analyzed the characteristics of flood damages in the urbanization control area in Naganuma District of Nagano City, where was severely damaged by the levee breaking of the Chikuma River caused by the Typhoon Hagibis in 2019. The analysis using the building point data revealed that land use regulation by the area classification played a role to reduce the damages in the area. However, in the community level, it was confirmed that more buildings have been located in the high flood hazards area due to the development of new houses and businesses associated with the development of infrastructures.

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  24. Urban Flooding and Adaptation to Climate Change in Sukhumvit Area, Bangkok, Thailand

    Sanit Wongsa, Varameth Vichiensan, Napaporn Piamsa-nga, Shinichiro Nakamura

    NEW TRENDS IN URBAN DRAINAGE MODELLING, UDM 2018     page: 644 - 648   2019

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    Flooding in urban areas is an inevitable problem for many cities in the world. In Thailand, Bangkok has serious problems related to urban flooding. The situation was highlighted in May 2017, when residences experienced ankle to knee-deep flood water on the streets. Daily activities in parts of the city were nearly paralyzed and heavy traffic jams occurred due to stagnant water on the streets. The study has depended on a combined approach of physically based modeling and GIS. The urban drainage is structured by iRIC software for the basis of two networks, one simulating the two-dimension free-surface flow over the streets and one for the pumping/canal/pipe system. The interaction between street and pumping/canal/pipe system is modeled in a simple way. In 2017, ADAP-T project carried out a pilot study about urban flooding and adaptation modeling for Sukhumvit area, Bangkok Metropolitan. This study is performed as an extension and improvement of pilot study in terms of analyzing drainage system on effect of flood hazard, vulnerability, risk map and adaptation under the issue of climate change in Sukhumvit area, Bangkok, together with suggestion of alleviation scenarios to relieve flood problems.

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  25. 建物立地とその変化過程に着目した平成30年7月豪雨による浸水被害の分析 Reviewed

    伊藤悠一郎, 中村晋一郎, 芳村圭, 渡部哲史, 平林由希子, 鼎 信次郎

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 75 ( 1 ) page: 299 - 307   2019

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  26. 日本109水系の上下流人口バランスによる分類と将来変化 Reviewed

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 75 ( 2 ) page: I_67 - I_72   2019

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  27. 水防活動の定量評価手法の構築とその適用-木曽川流域を対象として― Reviewed

    岡田銀河, 中村晋一郎

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 75 ( 2 ) page: I_43 - I_48   2019

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  28. ANALYSIS OF FLOOD DAMAGES IN THE 2018 HEAVY RAINFALL WITH FOCUSING ON BUILDINGS LOCATION AND ITS CHANGING PROCESSES Reviewed

    Yuichiro ITO, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Kei YOSHIMURA, Satoshi WATANABE, Yukiko HIRABAYASHI, Shinjiro KANAE

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 75 ( 1 ) page: 299 - 307   2019

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  29. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION METHOD FOR FLOOD FIGHTING ACTIVITIES IN CASE OF THE KISO RIVER BASIN, JAPAN Reviewed

    Ginga OKADA, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 75 ( 2 ) page: I_43 - I_48   2019

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  30. CLASSIFICATION AND FUTURE CHANGES OF THE UPSTREAM-DOWNSTREAM BALANCES IN 109 RIVER BASINS, JAPAN Reviewed

    Kota NAKAGAWA, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)   Vol. 75 ( 2 ) page: I_67 - I_72   2019

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  31. 水と社会の相互作用に関する研究の世界的動向と日本の特徴

    中村晋一郎

    第55回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: 000-000   2018

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  32. 都市における「川離れ」解決に向けた「気づき」の形成について―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践― Reviewed

    中村晋一郎

    実践政策学   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 11-20   2018

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  33. 緑地開発におけるインスペクター制度導入に関する研究 Reviewed

    長谷川 明子,中村 晋一郎,朴 秀日,加藤 博和,林 良嗣

    実践政策学   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 169-177   2018

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  34. 木材業に着目した名古屋・堀川における水辺空間とその利用の変遷に関する研究 Reviewed

    中川 晃太, 中村 晋一郎

    土木学会論文集D1   Vol. 74 ( 1 ) page: 000   2018

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  35. 水と社会の相互作用に関する研究の世界的動向と日本の特徴

    中村晋一郎

    第55回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: 000-000   2018

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  36. 緑地開発におけるインスペクター制度導入に関する研究 Reviewed

    長谷川 明子, 中村 晋一郎, 朴 秀日, 加藤 博和, 林 良嗣

    実践政策学   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 169-177   2018

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  37. 2011 年タイ洪水における道路交通利便性の推計と対策評価手法の検討 Reviewed

    山下優輔, 中村晋一郎, 杉本賢二, 林良嗣

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)特集号・水工学論文集   Vol. 73 ( 4 ) page: I_????-I_????   2017

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    中村晋一郎

    雑誌河川   ( 平成29年1月 ) page: 37-39   2017

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  39. 木材業に着目した堀川の水辺空間とその利用の変遷

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: ????   2017

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  40. IMPACTS ON FLOOD FROM RAPID URBANIZATION IN MARIKINA RIVER BASIN, PHILIPPINES AFTER 1970’s

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  41. 都市河川における「川離れ」の形成とその解決のための「気づき」の効果について ―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践を通して―

    中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  42. 戦後ダム施設の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討と評価

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    土木史研究講演集   Vol. 137   page: 141-144   2017

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  43. 子どもが描いた川の将来像は川づくり計画に有効か? Reviewed

    鶴田舞, 中村晋一郎, 萱場祐一

    応用生態工学   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: 107-115   2017

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  44. 2009年8月台風9号に伴う豪雨水害が兵庫県佐用町に与えた長期的影響 Reviewed

    渡部哲史, 木村匡臣, 西原是良, 五名美江, 乃田啓吾, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 30 ( 6 ) page: 386-394   2017

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  45. 2009年8月台風9号に伴う豪雨水害が兵庫県佐用町に与えた長期的影響 Reviewed

    渡部哲史, 木村匡臣, 西原是良, 五名美江, 乃田啓吾, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 30 ( 6 ) page: 386-394   2017

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  46. 都市河川における「川離れ」の形成とその解決のための「気づき」の効果について ―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践を通して―

    中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  47. 木材業に着目した堀川の水辺空間とその利用の変遷

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: ????   2017

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  48. 戦後ダム施設の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討と評価

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    土木史研究講演集   Vol. 137   page: 141-144   2017

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  49. Analyzing the pictures of future images of rivers painted by children on hearing for the river management planning Reviewed

      Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: 107-115 - 115   2017

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  50. 『領』という名の水共同体 Invited

    中村晋一郎

    雑誌河川   ( 平成29年1月 ) page: 37-39   2017

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  51. IMPACTS ON FLOOD FROM RAPID URBANIZATION IN MARIKINA RIVER BASIN, PHILIPPINES AFTER 1970’s

    ROMERO Jomar Paul, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  52. ASSESSING ACCESSIBILITY OF ROAD TRANSPORT NETWORKS DURING THE THAI FLOOD IN 2011 Reviewed

      Vol. 73 ( 4 ) page: I_????-I_???? - 306   2017

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  53. 戦後ダム施設と関連制度・計画の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    第36回土木史研究講演集     page: 35-40   2016

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  54. Statistical model for economic damage from pluvial floods in Japan using rainfall data and socioeconomic parameters Reviewed

    Rajan Bhattarai, Kei Yoshimura, Shinta Seto, Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki

    NATURAL HAZARDS AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES   Vol. 16 ( 5 ) page: 1063 - 1077   2016

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    The assessment of flood risk is important for policymakers to evaluate damage and for disaster preparation. Large population densities and high property concentration make cities more vulnerable to floods and having higher absolute damage per year. A number of major cities in the world suffer from flood inundation damage every year. In Japan, approximately USD 1 billion in damage occurs annually due to pluvial floods only. The amount of damage was typically large in large cities, but regions with lower population density tended to have more damage per capita. Our statistical approach gives the probability of damage following every daily rainfall event and thereby the annual damage as a function of rainfall, population density, topographical slope and gross domestic product. Our results for Japan show reasonable agreement with area-averaged annual damage for the period 1993-2009. We report a damage occurrence probability function and a damage cost function for pluvial flood damage, which makes this method flexible for use in future scenarios and also capable of being expanded to different regions.

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  55. 平成 27 年9月関東・東北豪雨による茨城県常総市における鬼怒川洪水に関する調査及び考察 Reviewed

    芳村圭, 中村晋一郎, 鳩野美佐子, 向田清峻, 石塚悠太, 内海信幸, 木口雅司, 金炯俊, 乃田啓吾, 牧野達哉, 鼎信次郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 72   page: Ⅰ_1273-1278   2016

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    Gomyo Mie, Nakamura Shinichiro, Noda Keigo, Kimura Masaomi, Watanebe Satoshi, Nishihara Yukinaga

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 29   page: 32 - 32   2016

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  57. Impact assessment of climate change on sustainability in small islands - A case study of tourism in Yaeyama Region -

    Watanabe Satoshi, Iida Akiko, Nakatani Jun, Noda Keigo, Take Masanori, Nakamura Shinichiro

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 29   page: 61 - 61   2016

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    This study aims to develop a new approach to assess the impact of climate change on the small oceanic islands in the Pacific. We developed a new index “RAKUEN” to assess the sustainability in these regions. The RAKUEN index focuses on the relationship among tourism, local society and environment. It is important to project the change of RAKUEN index considering the climate change. Hence, we focused on the impact of climate change on tourism in this presentation. The result indicated that the strength of extreme events would be increased, whereas the probability of occurrence would be decreased. This change should result in increase of the number of clear days and it could contribute to improve the tourist satisfaction.

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  58. 戦後ダム施設と関連制度・計画の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    第36回土木史研究講演集     page: 35-40   2016

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  59. 平成 27 年9月関東・東北豪雨による茨城県常総市における鬼怒川洪水に関する調査及び考察 Reviewed

    芳村圭, 中村晋一郎, 鳩野美佐子, 向田清峻, 石塚悠太, 内海信幸, 木口雅司, 金炯俊, 乃田啓吾, 牧野達哉, 鼎信次郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 72   page: Ⅰ_1273-1278   2016

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  60. 災害報告 鬼怒川洪水災害の概要

    沖大幹, 芳村圭, 中村晋一郎

    予防時報   ( 264 ) page: 37-38   2015

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  61. 確率主義萌芽期における基本高水-昭和29年白川改修計画を対象として- Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    第35回土木史研究講演集     page: 241-250   2015

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  62. 日本における治水の制度と計画手法―基本高水を中心として― Invited

    中村晋一郎

    ランドスケープ研究   Vol. 79 ( 2 ) page: 00-00   2015

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  63. 戦後日本における治水の制度化

    中村晋一郎

    科学史研究   Vol. 53 ( III ) page: 465-468   2015

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  64. 戦後日本における治水の制度化

    中村晋一郎

    科学史研究   Vol. 53 ( III ) page: 465-468   2015

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  65. 確率主義萌芽期における基本高水-昭和29年白川改修計画を対象として- Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    第35回土木史研究講演集   Vol. 35   page: 241-250 - 250   2015

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  66. 災害報告 鬼怒川洪水災害の概要

    沖大幹, 芳村圭, 中村晋一郎

    予防時報   ( 264 ) page: 37-38   2015

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  67. 日本における治水の制度と計画手法―基本高水を中心として― Invited

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    ランドスケープ研究   Vol. 79 ( 2 ) page: 00-00   2015

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  68. 日本の水害常襲地の分布とその特性 Reviewed

    梯滋郎, 中村晋一郎, 沖大幹, 沖一雄

    水工学論文集   Vol. 58   page: 1489-1494   2014

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  69. Working Group on Water Management in Hily and Mountainous Area

    Noda Keigo, Nakamura Shinichiro, Kimura Masaomi, Gomyo Mie, Watanabe Satoshi

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 27   page: 100050 - 100050   2014

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    In this working group, we had several times of workshops with young researchers from forest hydrology, agricultural engineering, and river engineering discipline, focusing on “how flood control plan should be.” We discussed “how to grasp the hilly and mountainous area in hydrology,” focusing on the role of the hilly and mountainous area in the whole basin and the relationship between the hilly and mountainous area and the downstream cities. And thinking of the foregoing study on the characteristics of the topography where the flood-prone area distributes, we discussed “do people living in flood-prone area suffer from food?” in terms of today’s situation and the future prospect.

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  70. THE DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FREQUENTLY FLOODED AREAS IN JAPAN Reviewed

    KAKEHASHI Jiro, NAKAMURA Shinichiro, OKI Taikan, OKI Kazuo

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPANESE CONFERENCE ON HYDRAULICS   Vol. 58 ( 4 ) page: 1489-1494 - I_1494   2014

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    In Japan, safety degree against flood is said to have increased by river improvement. However, frequently flooded areas still exist. This means that frequently flooded areas has some characteristics which prevent river improvement. Therefore it is important to clarify the distribution and characteristics of frequently flooded areas for thinking about future river improvement plans.<br>In this research, we clarified the distribution of frequently flooded areas in Japan, using flooded area maps. As a result, it is clarified that most frequently flooded areas exist in narrow valley plains, and the reason why such areas are still flooded is difficulty of embankment.

    DOI: 10.2208/jscejhe.70.I_1489

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  71. Probability assessment of flood and sediment disasters in Japan using the Total Runoff-Integrating Pathways model Reviewed

    Goro Mouri, Daigo Minoshima, Valentin Golosov, Sergey Chalov, Shinta Seto, Kei Yoshimura, Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION   Vol. 3 ( 1 ) page: 31 - 43   2013.3

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    To address many of the problems faced in hydrological engineering planning, design, and management, a detailed knowledge of flood event characteristics, such as flood peak, volume, and duration is required. Flood frequency analysis often focuses on flood peak values and provides a limited assessment of flood events. To develop effective flood management and mitigation policies, estimation of the scale of potential disasters, incorporating the effects of social factors and climate conditions, is required along with quantitative measures of flood frequency. The Japanese flood risk index, the flood disaster occurrence probability (FDOP), was established based on both natural and social factors. It represents the expectation of damage in the case of a single flood occurrence, which is estimated by integrating a physical-based approach as a Total Runoff Integrating Pathways (TRIP) model with Gumbel distribution metrics. The resulting equations are used to predict potential flood damage based on gridded Japanese data for independent variables. This approach is novel in that it targets floods based on units of events instead of a long-term trend. Moreover, the FDOP can express relative potential flood risk while considering flood damage. The significance of the present study is that both the hazard parameters (which contribute directly to flood occurrence) and vulnerability parameters (which reflect conditions of the region where the flood occurred), including residential and social characteristics, were shown quantitatively to affect flood damage. This study examined the probability of flood disaster occurrence using the TRIP model for Japan (J-TRIP), a river routing scheme that provides a digital river network covering Japan. The analysis was based on floods from 1976 to 2004 associated with flood inundation and sediment disasters. Based on these results, we estimated the probability of flood damage officially reported for the whole region of Japan at a grid interval of 0.1 degrees. The relationship between the magnitude of the rain hazard expressed as the probability of exceedance and the probability of flood damage officially reported was expressed as an exponential function by equalizing the whole region of Japan based on excess probability. Moreover, the probabilities of flood damage occurrence according to social factors and changes in climate conditions were also examined. The probability of flood damage occurrence is high, especially in regions of high population density. The results

    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2012.11.003

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  72. Application of the Probability Evaluation for the Seasonal Reservoir Operation on Flood Mitigation and Water Supply in the Chao Phraya River Watershed, Thailand Reviewed

      Vol. 8 ( 3 ) page: 432-446   2013

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  73. 確率評価を用いた洪水緩和と水資源確保を考慮した季節スケールでの大ダム貯水池操作の検討 Reviewed

    小森大輔, Cherry May Mateo, 佐谷茜, 中村晋一郎, 木口雅司, Phonchai Klinkhachorn, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Adisorn Champathong, 竹谷公男, 沖大幹

    第21回地球環境シンポジウム講演集     page: 115-126   2013

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  74. Application of the probability evaluation for the seasonal reservoir operation on flood mitigation and water supply in the Chao Phraya river watershed, Thailand Reviewed

    Daisuke Komori, Cherry May Mateo, Akane Saya, Shinichiro Nakamura, Masashi Kiguchi, Phonchai Klinkhachorn, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Adisorn Champathong, Kimio Takeya, Taikan Oki

    Journal of Disaster Research   Vol. 8 ( 3 ) page: 432 - 446   2013

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    This research focuses on dam reservoir operation effective in flood mitigation and water resource reservation on a seasonal scale. Based on the relationship between discharge characteristics in the upper watershed of Chao Phraya River and flood occurrences in the lower watershed, it was clarified that the dam reservoir operation most effective in the rainy season was determining the lowest reservoir volume in August for the Sirikit Dam reservoir and in July for the Bhumibol Dam reservoir, and storing water until November. Furthermore, by the probability evaluation on the free reservoir capacities of both dams estimated from the predetermined lowest reservoir volume and inflow volume in both dams, the dam reservoir operation considering the importance of flood mitigation and water resource reservation on a seasonal scale can be achieved.

    DOI: 10.20965/jdr.2013.p0432

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  75. 確率評価を用いた洪水緩和と水資源確保を考慮した季節スケールでの大ダム貯水池操作の検討 Reviewed

    小森大輔, Cherry May Mateo, 佐谷茜, 中村晋一郎, 木口雅司, Phonchai Klinkhachorn, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Adisorn Champathong, 竹谷公男, 沖大幹

    第21回地球環境シンポジウム講演集   Vol. 21st   page: 115-126   2013

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  76. 我国における戦後既往最大流量の特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 佐藤裕和, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 68 ( 4 ) page: I_1453-I_1458   2012

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  77. Survey of Water Quality of the Chao Phraya River Flood in Thailand in 2011 Focusing on Flow and Status of Floodwater

    NISHIJIMA Asako, YUTANI Hiroaki, KAWASAKI Akiyuki, OKI Kazuo, NODA Keigo, TOBINO Tomohiro, CHAMINDA G. G Tushara, KATAYAMA Hiroyuki, OKI Taikan, NAKAMURA Shinichiro, KOMORI Daisuke, KIGUCHI Masashi, FERNANDEZ Jeanne, KAKEHASHI Jiro, MATEO Cherry, OKANEYA Misato, TSUNEKAWA Takahiro

    Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment   Vol. 35 ( 11 ) page: 187 - 195   2012

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    A massive flood struck the Chao Phraya River Basin in Thailand from August to December in 2011. The total flood volume was estimated to be 15 billion m<SUP>3</SUP>, and the area of damaged agricultural land was as large as the Kanto Plain. To understand the planar and temporal characteristics of water quality of floodwater along with the flow, the authors conducted a field survey of the flood from Chai Nat, Ayutthaya to Bangkok in November and December. The results show that some indices were higher in the southern area from Ayutthaya and that the effect of the first flash was observed in an area where inundation had started a few days earlier in Bangkok. E. coli was detected in the Chao Phraya River in inundated Ayutthaya in November, suggesting that human excrement flowed into floodwater. However, it was not detected in December there, suggesting that the inflow of human excrement stopped owing to the extinction of the inundated area.

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  78. 我国における戦後既往最大流量の特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 佐藤裕和, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 68 ( 4 ) page: I_1453-I_1458   2012

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  79. Characteristics of the 2011 Chao Phraya River flood in Central Thailand Reviewed

    Komori, D, S. Nakamura, M. Kiguchi, A. Nishijima, D. Yamazaki, S. Suzuki, A. Kawasaki, K. Oki, T. Oki

    Hydrol. Res. Lett.   Vol. 6   page: 41 - 46   2012

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    A massive flood, the maximum ever recorded in Thailand, struck the Chao Phraya River in 2011. The total rainfall during the 2011 rainy season was 1,439 mm, which was 143% of the average rainy season rainfall during the period 1982–2002. Although the gigantic Bhumipol and Sirikit dams stored approximately 10 billion m<sup>3</sup> by early October, the total flood volume was estimated to be 15 billion m<sup>3</sup>. This flood caused tremendous damage, including 813 dead nationwide, seven industrial estates, and 804 companies with inundation damage, and total losses estimated at 1.36 trillion baht (approximately 3.5 trillion yen).<br> The Chao Phraya River watershed has experienced many floods in the past, and floods on the same scale as the 2011 flood are expected to occur in the future. Therefore, to prepare of the next flood disaster, it is essential to understand the characteristics of the 2011 Chao Phraya River Flood. This paper proposes countermeasures for preventing major flood damage in the future.<br>

    DOI: 10.3178/hrl.6.41

  80. Flood disaster response and civil understanding for Thai flood in 2011.

    Nakamura Shinichiro, Asako Nishijima, Komori Daisuke, Kiguchi Masashi, Kakehashi JIro, Mateo Cherry, Okaneya Misato, Oki Taikan

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 25   page: 72 - 72   2012

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    A massive flood, the maximum ever recorded in Thailand, struck the Chao Phraya River in 2011. We had a questionnaire investigation for citizen in Chao Phraya River basin from 4th to 9th in 2011 which consisted of two question types, first was the damage situation and disaster response, second was the civil understanding for the flood disaster. We got 142 subjects.  We show the relations between the damage situation and response, and the understanding for main cause of this flood and past floods in Thailand.

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  81. 我国における基本高水改定要因の変遷とその特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 67 ( 4 ) page: I_685-I_690   2011

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  82. Estimation of river discharges with remotely sensed imagery

    Kazuo Oki, Kohei Hashimoto, Jiro Kakehashi, Panya Polsan, Shinichiro Nakamura, Daisuke Komori, Taikan Oki

    32nd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2011, ACRS 2011   Vol. 4   page: 2856 - 2859   2011

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    The transport of the sediment, carried in suspension by water, is central to hydrology and the ecological functioning of river floodplains and deltas. River discharge estimation is useful for demonstrating this information. In this study, we extracted MODIS reflectance values from a pixel near the river mouth after carrying out the simple atmospheric correction method, then applied single regression analysis to reflectance values and the in situ discharge of Monobe River in Kochi prefecture, Japan. MODIS images and in situ data were taken from January through December, 2004. As a result, Monobe River, robustly positive relationships between the discharges observed in situ and remotely sensed MODIS reflectance data in the region of river mouth were found throughout the year. In addition, we estimated the monthly discharge from the MODIS reflectance with the regression formula. As a result, in situ average discharge was well estimated. In the near future, we will apply the proposed method to Mun river in Thai land.

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  83. 我国における基本高水改定要因の変遷とその特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 67 ( 4 ) page: I_685-I_690   2011

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  84. 36答申における都市河川廃止までの経緯とその思想 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    水工学論文集   Vol. 53   page: 565-570   2008

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  1. 洪水と確率−基本高水をめぐる技術と社会の近代史

    中村 晋一郎( Role: Sole author)

    東京大学出版会  2021.3  ( ISBN:ISBN978-4-13-068801-7

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    Total pages:208   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

  2. 日本都市史・建築史事典

    都市史学会編( Role: Joint author)

    丸善出版  2018.11 

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  3. 安全基準はどのようにできてきたか

    橋本毅彦(編著),神谷久覚,鈴木淳,関澤愛,中村晋一郎,中澤聡他( Role: Joint author)

    東京大学出版会  2017.5 

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  4. ようこそドボク学科へ!都市・環境・デザイン・まちづくりと土木の学び方

    佐々木葉監修, 真田純子, 中村晋一郎, 仲村成貴, 福井恒明編著( Role: Joint author)

    学芸出版社  2015 

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  5. Disaster Resilient Cities-Concepts and Practical Examples

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    2015  ( ISBN:9780128098622

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  6. 水の日本地図 -水が映す人と自然-

    沖大幹, 村上道夫, 田中幸夫, 中村晋一郎, 前川美湖( Role: Joint author)

    朝日新聞出版  2012  ( ISBN:9784023311367

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  7. Hydraulic Societies: Water, Power, and Control in East and Central Asian History International journal

    Nicholas B. Breyfogle, Philip C. Brown( Role: Joint author ,  Designing a Deluge)

    Oregon State Univ Pr  2023.6  ( ISBN:0870712373

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    Total pages:249   Language:English Book type:Scholarly book

  8. 科学史事典 = Encyclopedia of the history of science

    日本科学史学会( Role: Joint author)

    丸善出版  2021.5  ( ISBN:9784621306062

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    Total pages:xxii, 726p, 図版 [4] p   Language:Japanese

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  9. 洪水と確率 : 基本高水をめぐる技術と社会の近代史

    中村, 晋一郎( Role: Sole author)

    東京大学出版会  2021.3  ( ISBN:9784130688017

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    Total pages:vi, 195p   Language:Japanese

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  10. 日本都市史・建築史事典

    都市史学会編( Role: Joint author)

    丸善出版  2018.11 

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  11. 安全基準はどのようにできてきたか

    橋本毅彦, 神谷久覚, 鈴木淳, 関澤愛, 中村晋一郎, 中澤聡他( Role: Joint author)

    東京大学出版会  2017.5 

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    Responsible for pages:109-120   Language:Japanese Book type:General book, introductory book for general audience

  12. ようこそドボク学科へ!都市・環境・デザイン・まちづくりと土木の学び方

    佐々木葉監修, 真田純子, 中村晋一郎, 仲村成貴, 福井恒明編著( Role: Joint author)

    学芸出版社  2015 

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  13. Disaster Resilient Cities-Concepts and Practical Examples

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    2015  ( ISBN:9780128098622

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  14. タイ2011年大洪水 : その記録と教訓

    玉田, 芳史, 星川, 圭介, 船津, 鶴代, アジア経済研究所( Role: Joint author)

    日本貿易振興機構アジア経済研究所  2013.9  ( ISBN:9784258300228

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  15. 水の日本地図 -水が映す人と自然-

    沖大幹, 村上道夫, 田中幸夫, 中村晋一郎, 前川美湖( Role: Joint author)

    朝日新聞出版  2012  ( ISBN:9784023311367

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MISC 49

  1. 学術出版賞を受賞して

    中村 晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 35 ( 1 ) page: 17 - 18   2022.1

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  2. Evaluation of ecosystem conservation function provided by reservoirs

    柳原未伶, 乃田啓吾, 辻岡義康, 中村晋一郎, 木村匡臣, 西原是良, 渡部哲史

    農業農村工学会大会講演会講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 2021   2021

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  3. Interdisciplinary approaches toward strategic operation and management of agricultural reservoirs

    Kimura Masaomi, Watanabe Satoshi, Nakamura Shinichiro, Tsujioka Yoshiyasu, Noda Keigo, Yanagihara Mirei, Nishihara Yukinaga

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 34   page: 136   2021

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  4. 農業用ため池群の戦略的維持管理に向けた学際的アプローチ

    木村匡臣, 渡部哲史, 中村晋一郎, 辻岡義康, 乃田啓吾, 柳原未伶, 西原是良

    日本水文科学会学術大会発表要旨集   Vol. 2021   2021

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  5. Activity report of the research group on evolving socio-hydrological studies in Japan

    Kimura Masaomi, Nakamura Shinichiro, Okazaki Atsushi, Doi Sachiko, Nishihara Yukinaga, Yamazaki Dai, Watanabe Satoshi

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 34   page: 146   2021

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  6. 研究グループ「社会水文学の我が国への適用に向けた事例研究」活動報告

    木村匡臣, 中村晋一郎, 岡崎淳史, 土井祥子, 西原是良, 山崎大, 渡部哲史

    日本水文科学会学術大会発表要旨集   Vol. 2021   2021

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  7. Analysis of the Factors which Affect the Variation of Active Mass of River Citizen Groups<b></b>

    Masuda Yuma, Nakamura Shinichiro, Sakamoto Takaaki, Shirakawa Naoki

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 34   page: 138   2021

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    In recent years, citizen groups have been drawing attention as providers of public service. However, some citizen groups are on the verge of extinction due to various reasons. This study aims to clarify which factors affect the fluctuation of active mass of citizen’s groups mainly work on river activities in Japan by conducting a questionnaire survey about annual active mass and factors related to continuation which is extracted from previous studies, and conducting multiple regression analysis and correlation analysis. The result showed that rarely activity update decrease active mass, high burden of a key person increase active mass, and resident dedicated office with resident members keep active mass.

    DOI: 10.11520/jshwr.34.0_138

  8. 日本における確率主義の導入過程―昭和28 年西日本水害から技術基準まで―

    中村 晋一郎

    土木史研究講演集   Vol. 40   page: 000 - 000   2020

  9. Quantitative Estimation Procedure for Disaster Debris using Inundation Assumption Map in Initial Response to Flooding Disaster

    HIRAYAMA Nagahisa, NAKAMURA Shinichiro, FUKUWA Nobuo, NOMURA Kazuyasu

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management   Vol. 31   page: 105   2020

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    DOI: 10.14912/jsmcwm.31.0_105

  10. 都市の里川再生に向けた市民との協働 : 東京・善福寺川を例に—Collaborative Activities for "SATOGAWA" Restoration in Urban Area in Case of the Zenpukuji River, Tokyo—特集 住民対話と協働知の創出

      Vol. 42 ( 3 ) page: 99 - 102   2019.3

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  11. ため池の統合的リスク評価指標の検討

    辻岡義康, 中村晋一郎, 乃田啓吾, 木村匡臣, 西原是良, 渡部哲史, 田中智大

    水文・水資源学会研究発表会要旨集(Web)   Vol. 2019   2019

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  12. Progress in socio-hydrological studyies and its feasibility in Japan

    Nakamura Shinichiro

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 32   page: 88   2019

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  13. Feasibility Study for Promoting Socio-hydrological Researches in Japan

    Nakamura Shinichiro, OKAZAKI Atsushi, Kimura Masaomi, DOI Shoko, NISHIHARA Yukinaga, Yamazaki Dai, WATANABE Satoshi

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 32   page: 54   2019

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  14. 中山間地域のため池群を対象とした学際的アプローチによる研究取り組み

    木村匡臣, 渡部哲史, 中村晋一郎, 辻岡義康, 西原是良, 乃田啓吾, 丸谷靖幸, 田中智大

    水文・水資源学会研究発表会要旨集(Web)   Vol. 2019   2019

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  15. Activity report of the research group on land use change in frequently flooded area in mountainous rural region

    Kimura Masaomi, Watanabe Satoshi, Gomyo Mie, Nakamura Shinichiro, Noda Keigo, Nishihara Yukinaga, Tanaka Tomohiro

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 31 ( 0 ) page: 52 - 52   2018

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    DOI: 10.11520/jshwr.31.0_52

  16. 都市における「川離れ」解決に向けた「気づき」の形成について―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践― Reviewed

    中村晋一郎

    実践政策学   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 11-20   2018

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  17. 水と社会の相互作用に関する研究の世界的動向と日本の特徴

    中村晋一郎

    第55回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: 000-000   2018

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  18. ASSESSING ACCESSIBILITY OF ROAD TRANSPORT NETWORKS DURING THE THAI FLOOD IN 2011 Reviewed

      Vol. 73 ( 4 ) page: I_????-I_???? - 306   2017

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  19. 2009年8月台風9号に伴う豪雨水害が兵庫県佐用町に与えた長期的影響 Reviewed

    渡部哲史, 木村匡臣, 西原是良, 五名美江, 乃田啓吾, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 30 ( 6 ) page: 386-394   2017

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  20. An investigation of long-term effects of flood by typhoon No. 9 2009 in Sayo, Hyogo

    Watanabe Satoshi, Kimura Masaomi, Nishihara Yukinaga, Gomyo Mie, Noda Keigo, Noda Shinichiro

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 30 ( 0 ) page: 20 - 20   2017

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    The long-term effect of flood by typhoon No. 9 2009 in Sayo, Hyogo are investigated. Generally, the long-term influence of flood in mountainous region in Japan has not been studied well. It is important to consider such influence because the impact of flood could be catastrophic for those areas where depopulation is significantly on going. The effects are estimated by statistical analysis of social indices, questionnaire survey, and interviews for local government and communities. The results indicate that the influence of flood was substantially lower than other influence of changes such as depopulation or population aging.

    DOI: 10.11520/jshwr.30.0_20

  21. IMPACTS ON FLOOD FROM RAPID URBANIZATION IN MARIKINA RIVER BASIN, PHILIPPINES AFTER 1970’s

    ROMERO Jomar Paul, Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  22. 都市河川における「川離れ」の形成とその解決のための「気づき」の効果について ―東京・善福寺川における河川教育の実践を通して―

    中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集   Vol. 54   page: ????   2017

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  23. 木材業に着目した堀川の水辺空間とその利用の変遷

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    第54回土木計画学研究・講演集     page: ????   2017

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  24. 戦後ダム施設の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討と評価

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    土木史研究講演集   Vol. 137   page: 141-144 - 144   2017

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  25. Analyzing the pictures of future images of rivers painted by children on hearing for the river management planning Reviewed

      Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: 107-115 - 115   2017

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  26. A research group for interdisciplinary approaches to issues in hilly and mountainous area

    Watanabe Satoshi, Kimura Masaomi, Gomyo Mie, Nakamura Shinichiro, Noda Keigo, Nishihara Yukinaga

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 30 ( 0 ) page: 33 - 33   2017

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    Interdisciplinary approaches are necessary to solve issues in hilly and mountainous area since the impact of depopulation as well as climate change is important in those areas. A research group which is composed of members from various research filed aims to study those issues with local government and communities. The group conducted three topics; 1) the investigation about long-term impact of flood; 2) the investigation of land-use change in the frequently flooded area; 3) the workshop about small ponds for agriculture. While the discussion is still on going, we found some important keywords which would be the core of our future activities.

    DOI: 10.11520/jshwr.30.0_33

  27. 『領』という名の水共同体 Invited

    中村晋一郎

    雑誌河川   ( 平成29年1月 ) page: 37-39   2017

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  28. A comparison on biotope conservation systems between Japan and Switzerland

      Vol. 28   page: 3 - 12   2016.3

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  29. Statistical model for economic damage from pluvial floods in Japan using rainfall data and socioeconomic parameters Reviewed

    Rajan Bhattarai, Kei Yoshimura, Shinta Seto, Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki

    NATURAL HAZARDS AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES   Vol. 16 ( 5 ) page: 1063 - 1077   2016

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    The assessment of flood risk is important for policymakers to evaluate damage and for disaster preparation. Large population densities and high property concentration make cities more vulnerable to floods and having higher absolute damage per year. A number of major cities in the world suffer from flood inundation damage every year. In Japan, approximately USD 1 billion in damage occurs annually due to pluvial floods only. The amount of damage was typically large in large cities, but regions with lower population density tended to have more damage per capita. Our statistical approach gives the probability of damage following every daily rainfall event and thereby the annual damage as a function of rainfall, population density, topographical slope and gross domestic product. Our results for Japan show reasonable agreement with area-averaged annual damage for the period 1993-2009. We report a damage occurrence probability function and a damage cost function for pluvial flood damage, which makes this method flexible for use in future scenarios and also capable of being expanded to different regions.

    DOI: 10.5194/nhess-16-1063-2016

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  30. 戦後ダム施設と関連制度・計画の歴史的価値に関する評価基準の検討

    中村晋一郎, 岡田一天

    第36回土木史研究講演集     page: 35-40   2016

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  31. 平成 27 年9月関東・東北豪雨による茨城県常総市における鬼怒川洪水に関する調査及び考察 Reviewed

    芳村圭, 中村晋一郎, 鳩野美佐子, 向田清峻, 石塚悠太, 内海信幸, 木口雅司, 金炯俊, 乃田啓吾, 牧野達哉, 鼎信次郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 72   page: Ⅰ_1273-1278   2016

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  32. Study on flood prevention measure in semi-mountainous area

    Nakamura Shinichiro, Noda Keigo, Kimura Masaomi, Gomyo Mie, Watanabe Satoshi

    Proceeding of Annual Conference   Vol. 28 ( 0 ) page: 100134 - 100134   2015

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    Semi-mountainous area has gathered attention in recent years because of the multiple functions in the area: a variety of food supply, biodiversity conservation, providing employment opportunities, disaster mitigation etc. However, Semi-mountainous area is facing aging society, population decline based on the specific economic and social conditions in these areas. According to previous studies, if the situation continue in this area, the existence of area itself faces difficulty surviving. On these background, our study group, which consist of young researchers in the fields of hydrology, agricultural engineering and river engineering, is discussing about the vision of flood prevention in semi-mountainous area. Our past activities were 10 times study meeting and the research excursion in Sayo-town (Hyogo Prefecture): suffered a sever damage from a great flood in 2009. Based on these activities, our group started a new research theme: &ldquo;Impact assessment of flood disaster on the semi-mountainous area decline -In case of Sayo town, Hyogo.-&ldquo;.

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  33. 確率主義萌芽期における基本高水-昭和29年白川改修計画を対象として- Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    第35回土木史研究講演集     page: 241-250   2015

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  34. 災害報告 鬼怒川洪水災害の概要

    沖大幹, 芳村圭, 中村晋一郎

    予防時報   ( 264 ) page: 37-38   2015

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  35. 日本における治水の制度と計画手法―基本高水を中心として― Invited

    中村晋一郎

    ランドスケープ研究   Vol. 79 ( 2 ) page: 00-00   2015

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  36. 戦後日本における治水の制度化

    中村晋一郎

    科学史研究   Vol. 53 ( III ) page: 465-468   2015

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  37. THE DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FREQUENTLY FLOODED AREAS IN JAPAN Reviewed

    KAKEHASHI Jiro, NAKAMURA Shinichiro, OKI Taikan, OKI Kazuo

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPANESE CONFERENCE ON HYDRAULICS   Vol. 58 ( 4 ) page: 1489-1494 - I_1494   2014

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    In Japan, safety degree against flood is said to have increased by river improvement. However, frequently flooded areas still exist. This means that frequently flooded areas has some characteristics which prevent river improvement. Therefore it is important to clarify the distribution and characteristics of frequently flooded areas for thinking about future river improvement plans.<br>In this research, we clarified the distribution of frequently flooded areas in Japan, using flooded area maps. As a result, it is clarified that most frequently flooded areas exist in narrow valley plains, and the reason why such areas are still flooded is difficulty of embankment.

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  38. 明治期における既往最大主義の新解釈

    中村 晋一郎, 沖 大幹

    土木史研究. 講演集   Vol. 34   page: 57 - 62   2014

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  39. 2011年タイ王国Chao Phraya川洪水における水文及び氾濫の状況

    中村晋一郎, 小森大輔, 木口雅司, 西島亜佐子, 山崎大, 鈴木聡, FERNANDEZ Jeanne, 梯滋郎, MATEO Cherry, 岡根谷実里, 恒川貴弘, 湯谷啓明, 川崎昭如, SUKHAPUNNAPHAN Thada, KLINKHACHORN Phonchai, 沖一雄, 沖大幹

    水文・水資源学会誌   Vol. 26 ( 1 )   2013

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  40. Application of the probability evaluation for the seasonal reservoir operation on flood mitigation and water supply in the Chao Phraya river watershed, Thailand Reviewed

    Daisuke Komori, Cherry May Mateo, Akane Saya, Shinichiro Nakamura, Masashi Kiguchi, Phonchai Klinkhachorn, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Adisorn Champathong, Kimio Takeya, Taikan Oki

    Journal of Disaster Research   Vol. 8 ( 3 ) page: 432 - 446   2013

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    This research focuses on dam reservoir operation effective in flood mitigation and water resource reservation on a seasonal scale. Based on the relationship between discharge characteristics in the upper watershed of Chao Phraya River and flood occurrences in the lower watershed, it was clarified that the dam reservoir operation most effective in the rainy season was determining the lowest reservoir volume in August for the Sirikit Dam reservoir and in July for the Bhumibol Dam reservoir, and storing water until November. Furthermore, by the probability evaluation on the free reservoir capacities of both dams estimated from the predetermined lowest reservoir volume and inflow volume in both dams, the dam reservoir operation considering the importance of flood mitigation and water resource reservation on a seasonal scale can be achieved.

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  41. 確率評価を用いた洪水緩和と水資源確保を考慮した季節スケールでの大ダム貯水池操作の検討 Reviewed

    小森大輔, Cherry May Mateo, 佐谷茜, 中村晋一郎, 木口雅司, Phonchai Klinkhachorn, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Adisorn Champathong, 竹谷公男, 沖大幹

    第21回地球環境シンポジウム講演集   Vol. 21st   page: 115-126   2013

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  42. Probability assessment of flood and sediment disasters in Japan using the total runoff-integrating pathways model Reviewed

    Goro Mouri, Daigo Minoshima, Valentin Golosov, Sergey Chalov, Shinta Seto, Kei Yoshimura, Shinichiro Nakamura, Taikan Oki

    International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction   Vol. 3 ( 1 ) page: 31 - 43   2013

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    To address many of the problems faced in hydrological engineering planning, design, and management, a detailed knowledge of flood event characteristics, such as flood peak, volume, and duration is required. Flood frequency analysis often focuses on flood peak values and provides a limited assessment of flood events. To develop effective flood management and mitigation policies, estimation of the scale of potential disasters, incorporating the effects of social factors and climate conditions, is required along with quantitative measures of flood frequency. The Japanese flood risk index, the flood disaster occurrence probability (FDOP), was established based on both natural and social factors. It represents the expectation of damage in the case of a single flood occurrence, which is estimated by integrating a physical-based approach as a Total Runoff Integrating Pathways (TRIP) model with Gumbel distribution metrics. The resulting equations are used to predict potential flood damage based on gridded Japanese data for independent variables. This approach is novel in that it targets floods based on units of events instead of a long-term trend. Moreover, the FDOP can express relative potential flood risk while considering flood damage. The significance of the present study is that both the hazard parameters (which contribute directly to flood occurrence) and vulnerability parameters (which reflect conditions of the region where the flood occurred), including residential and social characteristics, were shown quantitatively to affect flood damage. This study examined the probability of flood disaster occurrence using the TRIP model for Japan (J-TRIP), a river routing scheme that provides a digital river network covering Japan. The analysis was based on floods from 1976 to 2004 associated with flood inundation and sediment disasters. Based on these results, we estimated the probability of flood damage officially reported for the whole region of Japan at a grid interval of 0.1 degrees. The relationship between the magnitude of the rain hazard expressed as the probability of exceedance and the probability of flood damage officially reported was expressed as an exponential function by equalizing the whole region of Japan based on excess probability. Moreover, the probabilities of flood damage occurrence according to social factors and changes in climate conditions were also examined. The probability of flood damage occurrence is high, especially in regions of high population density. The results also showed the effect of the dam maintenance ratio on extreme flooding and flood damage frequency. The probability of flood damage occurrence was expected to increase during extreme weather events at the end of this century. These findings provide a sound foundation for use in catchment water resources management. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

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  43. Characteristics of flood in the downstream of Shinano River caused by the Niigata and Fukushima heavy rainfall in July 2011

    NAKAMURA Shinichiro, UTSUMI Nobuyuki, WATANABE Satoshi, KAKEHASHI Jiro, OKI Taikan

      Vol. 25 ( 2 ) page: 113 - 121   2012.3

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  44. 2011年タイ・チャオプラヤ川における洪水被害

    木口雅司, 中村晋一郎, 小森大輔, 沖大幹

    ARDEC   ( 46 )   2012

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  45. Survey of Water Quality of the Chao Phraya River Flood in Thailand in 2011 Focusing on Flow and Status of Floodwater

    西島亜佐子, 中村晋一郎, 小森大輔, 木口雅司, FERNANDEZ Jeanne, 梯滋郎, MATEO Cherry, 岡根谷実里, 恒川貴弘, 湯谷啓明, 川崎昭如, 沖一雄, 乃田啓吾, 飛野智宏, CHAMINDA G. G Tushara, 片山浩之, 沖大幹

    水環境学会誌(Web)   Vol. 35 ( 11 )   2012

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  46. 水害軽減に関する国際協力 2011年タイ国チャオプラヤ川大洪水の実態および課題と対策

    小森大輔, 木口雅司, 中村晋一郎

    河川   ( 786 )   2012

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  47. 我国における戦後既往最大流量の特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 佐藤裕和, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 68 ( 4 ) page: I_1453-I_1458   2012

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  48. 2011年タイ王国チャオプラヤ川洪水における緊急災害対応-政府機関の組織間連携と情報共有に着目して-

    川崎昭如, 小森大輔, 中村晋一郎, 木口雅司, 西島亜佐子, 沖一雄, 沖大幹, 目黒公郎

    地域安全学会論文集   ( 16/18 )   2012

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  49. 我国における基本高水改定要因の変遷とその特徴 Reviewed

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    土木学会論文集B1(水工学)   Vol. 67 ( 4 ) page: I_685-I_690   2011

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  1. ため池の存続可能性に関する定量的評価指標の開発

    辻岡義康, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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    Country:Japan  

  2. 木曽川流域における水防活動量の評価

    岡田銀河, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  3. 日本109水系における流域内の上下流バランスの将来変化

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  4. 都市の屋敷林における流出観測と流出率の推計

    飯田康平, 中村晋一郎, 飯田晶子

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  5. Socio-Hydrological Transition of Flood Risk Management and Levee Systems during the Modern Era in Japan International conference

    Taikan OKI, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Ginga OKADA and Yuichiro ITO

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    Country:United States  

  6. Paradigm Shifts on Flood Risk Management in Japan and Synchronism of Socio-hydrological Histories International conference

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA and Taikan OKI

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  7. Restoring the Flow: River Management in Post-Growth Japan, 1980-2000 Invited International conference

    ENVIROTECH HISTORIES OF MODERN EAST ASIA 

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    Country:France  

  8. 木曽川における堤防発達と土地利用変化の相互作用に関する研究

    伊藤悠一郎, 中村晋一郎

    平成29年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  9. 日本における過去100年の実降水データを用いた雨水タンクの利用可能性の検証

    兼田徹人, 中村晋一郎

    平成29年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  10. Levee grows: capturing a process of changing society in Japan International conference

    2017 Japan Geoscience Union 

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  11. Historical socio-hydrology in Japan: capturing regime shifts and phenomena in the modern era Invited International conference

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    The 4th international conference of Hydrology delivers Earth System Sciences to Society 

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  12. 木曽三川における明治以降の堤防整備プロセス

    岡田銀河, 中村晋一郎

    平成28年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  13. 木材業に着目した堀川の水辺空間利用の歴史的変遷 International conference

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    平成28年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会 

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  14. 途上国における食生活変化に伴う温室効果ガス・フットプリント変化量の定量評価ーパラオを対象としてー

    清水喬文,中村晋一郎,飯田晶子,中谷隼,小野雄也,加藤博和

    途上国における食生活変化に伴う温室効果ガス・フットプリント変化量の定量評価ーパラオを対象としてー 

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  15. 食材調達の広域化に伴う温室効果ガス排出量・フットプリント変化の評価ーパラオにおけるケーススタディー

    清水喬文, 中村晋一郎, 飯田晶子, 中谷隼, 小野雄也, 加藤博和

    第54回土木計画学研究発表会 

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  16. Analysis of Sustainability on Dietary Life in the case of Republic of Palau International conference

    3) Takafumi Shimizu, Shinichiro Nakamura, Yuya Ono, Jun Nakatani, Satoshi Watanabe, Keigo Noda, Masanori Take, Kenji Sugimoto, Hirokazu Kato, Yoshitusgu Hayashi, Akiko Iida

    The 12th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance 

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  17. 気候変化が島嶼地域の持続可能性に与える影響の考察~沖縄県八重山地方における観光事業を例に~

    渡部哲史, 飯田晶子, 中谷隼, 乃田啓吾, 武正憲, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会2016年度総会・研究発表会 

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  18. Extracting Triggers of Design Flood Revisions to Capture Feedbacks between Physical and Social Processes in Technological Society International conference

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA and Taikan Oki

    2016 Japan Geoscience Union 

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  19. A History of `Design Flood' -Why Does Japan Use `Probability' to Make Flood Prevention Plans? International conference

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:United States  

  20. Downscaling climate and socio-economic scenarios at the scale of the Pacific Islands International conference

    Watanabe, S., Iida, A., Nakatani, J., Noda, K., Take, M., Nakamura, S.

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  21. Detecting barriers to climate change adaptation in Bangkok, Thailand International conference

    Shinichiro Nakamura, Napaporn Piamsa-nga, Sanit Wongsa, Varameth Vichiensan, Hiroaki Shirakawa, and Taikan Oki

    The International Science Conference on MAHASRI 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  22. The construction of future scenarios toward sustainable development considering the climate and socioeconomic changes in the Pacific Islands International conference

    2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  23. Why does Japan use the probability method to set design flood? International conference

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Taikan OKI

    2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Country:United States  

  24. 川のデザインコンセプトに子どもの視点を取り込む-子どもたちが描いた水路の将来設計図を用いた検討- International conference

    鶴田舞, 吉村伸一, 梅津典子, 岩渕晴子, 境原達也, 中村晋一郎, 萱場祐一

    第11回景観デザイン研究発表会 

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    Country:Japan  

  25. 中山間地域における治水対策に関する研究会- 将来シナリオに関する検討-

    中村晋一郎, 乃田啓吾, 木村匡臣, 五名美江, 渡部哲史

    水文・水資源学会2015 年度研究発表会 

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    Country:Japan  

  26. オリンピックと東京の川-オリンピックのためのオリンピック?未来のためのオリンピック?

    中村晋一郎

    第5回水循環都市東京シンポジウム「オリンピックと水~東京から世界へ~」 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

  27. Designing a Deluge: History of the Estimating Method in Flood Design International conference

    Shinichiro Nakamura

    Technology in Modern East Asia Workshop 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:United Kingdom  

  28. 都市における里川再生と研究者の役割

    中村晋一郎

    立命館大学大阪いばらきキャンパス(OIC)・地域情報研究所開設記念シンポジウムJAHES・JASAG・JBA−3学協会合同学術大会 

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    Event date: 2015.5

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    Country:Japan  

  29. 日本の治水計画における目標流量の設定手法

    中村晋一郎

    第27回日本リスク学会 

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    Country:Japan  

  30. 戦後日本における治水の制度化と基本高水の誕生

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    日本科学史学会 第61回年会 

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    Country:Japan  

  31. A History of `Design Flood' -Why Does Japan Use `Probability' to Make Flood Prevention Plans?

    2016.5.13 

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  32. 食材調達の広域化に伴う温室効果ガス排出量・フットプリント変化の評価ーパラオにおけるケーススタディー International conference

    清水喬文, 中村晋一郎, 飯田晶子, 中谷隼, 小野雄也, 加藤博和

    第54回土木計画学研究発表会  2016.11 

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  33. 都市の屋敷林における流出観測と流出率の推計 International conference

    飯田康平, 中村晋一郎, 飯田晶子

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2019.3.1 

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  34. 都市における里川再生と研究者の役割 International conference

    中村晋一郎

    立命館大学大阪いばらきキャンパス(OIC)・地域情報研究所開設記念シンポジウムJAHES・JASAG・JBA−3学協会合同学術大会  2015.5.30 

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  35. 途上国における食生活変化に伴う温室効果ガス・フットプリント変化量の定量評価ーパラオを対象としてー International conference

    清水喬文, 中村晋一郎, 飯田晶子, 中谷隼, 小野雄也, 加藤博和

    途上国における食生活変化に伴う温室効果ガス・フットプリント変化量の定量評価ーパラオを対象としてー  2017.3 

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  36. 気候変化が島嶼地域の持続可能性に与える影響の考察~沖縄県八重山地方における観光事業を例に~ International conference

    渡部哲史, 飯田晶子, 中谷隼, 乃田啓吾, 武正憲, 中村晋一郎

    水文・水資源学会2016年度総会・研究発表会  2016.9 

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  37. 木材業に着目した堀川の水辺空間利用の歴史的変遷

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    平成28年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2017.3.3 

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  38. 木曽川流域における水防活動量の評価 International conference

    岡田銀河, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2019.3.1 

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  39. 木曽川における堤防発達と土地利用変化の相互作用に関する研究 International conference

    伊藤悠一郎, 中村晋一郎

    平成29年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2018.3.2 

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  40. 木曽三川における明治以降の堤防整備プロセス International conference

    岡田銀河, 中村晋一郎

    平成28年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2017.3.3 

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  41. 日本の治水計画における目標流量の設定手法 International conference

    中村晋一郎

    第27回日本リスク学会  2014.11.29 

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  42. 日本における過去100年の実降水データを用いた雨水タンクの利用可能性の検証 International conference

    兼田徹人, 中村晋一郎

    平成29年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2018.3.2 

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  43. 日本109水系における流域内の上下流バランスの将来変化 International conference

    中川晃太, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2019.3.1 

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  44. 戦後日本における治水の制度化と基本高水の誕生 International conference

    中村晋一郎, 沖大幹

    日本科学史学会 第61回年会  2014.5 

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  45. 川のデザインコンセプトに子どもの視点を取り込む-子どもたちが描いた水路の将来設計図を用いた検討-

    鶴田舞, 吉村伸一, 梅津典子, 岩渕晴子, 境原達也, 中村晋一郎, 萱場祐一

    第11回景観デザイン研究発表会  2015.12.13 

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  46. 中山間地域における治水対策に関する研究会- 将来シナリオに関する検討- International conference

    中村晋一郎, 乃田啓吾, 木村匡臣, 五名美江, 渡部哲史

    水文・水資源学会2015 年度研究発表会  2015.9.10 

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  47. オリンピックと東京の川-オリンピックのためのオリンピック?未来のためのオリンピック? International conference

    中村晋一郎

    第5回水循環都市東京シンポジウム「オリンピックと水~東京から世界へ~」  2015.8.3 

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  48. ため池の存続可能性に関する定量的評価指標の開発 International conference

    辻岡義康, 中村晋一郎

    平成30年度土木学会中部支部研究発表会  2019.3.1 

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  49. Why does Japan use the probability method to set design flood?

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Taikan OKI

    2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting  2015.12.15 

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  50. The construction of future scenarios toward sustainable development considering the climate and socioeconomic changes in the Pacific Islands

    2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting  2015.12.15 

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  51. Socio-Hydrological Transition of Flood Risk Management and Levee Systems during the Modern Era in Japan

    Taikan OKI, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Ginga OKADA, Yuichiro ITO

    2018.12.14 

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  52. Restoring the Flow: River Management in Post-Growth Japan, 1980-2000 Invited

    ENVIROTECH HISTORIES OF MODERN EAST ASIA  2018.7.14 

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  53. Paradigm Shifts on Flood Risk Management in Japan and Synchronism of Socio-hydrological Histories

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Taikan OKI

    2018.12.13 

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  54. Levee grows: capturing a process of changing society in Japan

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Ginga OKADA

    2017 Japan Geoscience Union  2017.5.23 

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  55. Historical socio-hydrology in Japan: capturing regime shifts and phenomena in the modern era Invited

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA

    The 4th international conference of Hydrology delivers Earth System Sciences to Society  2017.5.17 

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  56. Extracting Triggers of Design Flood Revisions to Capture Feedbacks between Physical and Social Processes in Technological Society

    Shinichiro NAKAMURA, Taikan Oki

    2016 Japan Geoscience Union  2016.5.25 

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  57. Downscaling climate and socio-economic scenarios at the scale of the Pacific Islands

    Watanabe, S, Iida, A, Nakatani, J, Noda, K, Take, M, Nakamura, S

    2016.3.24 

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  58. Detecting barriers to climate change adaptation in Bangkok, Thailand

    Shinichiro Nakamura, Napaporn Piamsa-nga, Sanit Wongsa, Varameth Vichiensan, Hiroaki Shirakawa, Taikan Oki

    The International Science Conference on MAHASRI  2016.3.3 

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  59. Designing a Deluge: History of the Estimating Method in Flood Design

    Shinichiro Nakamura

    Technology in Modern East Asia Workshop  2015.6.11 

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  60. Analysis of Sustainability on Dietary Life in the case of Republic of Palau

    Takafumi Shimizu, Shinichiro Nakamura, Yuya Ono, Jun Nakatani, Satoshi Watanabe, Keigo Noda, Masanori Take, Kenji Sugimoto, Hirokazu Kato, Yoshitusgu Hayashi, Akiko Iida

    The 12th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance  2016.10 

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 4

  1. 1) 都市化以前の河川環境を再現する―水・生物・人のつながりに着目した川づくりへの応用を目指して―

    2017.4 - 2019.3

    河川基金助成 

    中村晋一郎

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  2. 2) 木曽川流域における堤防成長モデル開発に向けたデータベースの構築と分析

    2017.4 - 2018.3

    岐阜大学流域圏科学研究センター共同研究助成 

    中村晋一郎

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  3. タイ国における統合的な気候変動適応戦略の共創推進に関する研究

    2016.4 - 2020.3

    地球規模課題対応国際科学技術協力プログラム(SATREPS) 

    沖大幹

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  4. 4) 国民総幸福最大化と低炭素化を両立させる都市・地域縮退戦略策定モデル~地区詳細スケールでの評価に基づく土地利用・インフラ再編策立案手法~

    2015.4 - 2017.3

    環境経済の政策研究 

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 11

  1. 堤防発達プロセスの解明と将来予測

    2018.4 - 2020.3

    科学研究費補助金 

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  2. 地域の将来リスク管理を志向した持続可能性評価

    2018.4 - 2020.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

    中谷 隼

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  3. 地域水系基盤概念に基づいた水インフラとともにある暮らしの再生デザイン手法の開発

    Grant number:22H03894  2022.4 - 2025.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    佐々木 葉, 中村 晋一郎, 福島 秀哉, 福井 恒明, 二井 昭佳, 林 倫子, 星野 裕司, 山口 敬太

  4. Regional Sustainability Assessment oriented to Future Risk Management

    Grant number:18H03417  2018.4 - 2021.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Nakatani Jun

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    Under global future scenarios, we developed a framework for assessing the sustainability of closed areas such as islands. For Okinawa Prefecture, we analyzed the induced structure of cultivated land use due to demand in the region. Forecast information of global-scale climate change was applied to regional-scale analysis to assess the sustainability of regional water resources. Based on the sediment runoff model, we proposed the land resource utilization efficiency as an index of environmental constraints on food production in the region. Taking Palau as a case study, we revealed the impact of urbanization on climate risks such as water shortages during coastal floods and droughts. We estimated the ratio of traditional and domestic ingredients to imported ingredients in a Palau village. In addition, we investigated the food preferences of tourists on Ishigaki Island and considered the issues of stable supply.

  5. Analysis and future prediction of levee development process

    Grant number:18K13836  2018.4 - 2021.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

    Nakamura Shinichiro

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

    This study aimed to predict the future development process of levees by analyzing the interaction between the human society and the hydrological system and developing a model in order to contribute to the appropriate future prediction of flood risk. In this study, a database including spatial data of levees was developed for the Kiso River. As a result, it was clarified that the relationship between levees and land use is completely different in each region and is strongly influenced by socio-hydrological conditions such as the existence of floods, urban planning, and the development of transportation infrastructure.

  6. 地域の将来リスク管理を志向した持続可能性評価

    2018.4 - 2020.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    中谷 隼

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  7. 堤防発達プロセスの解明と将来予測

    2018.4 - 2020.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  若手研究

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  8. 1) 都市化以前の河川環境を再現する―水・生物・人のつながりに着目した川づくりへの応用を目指して―

    2017.4 - 2019.3

    河川財団  河川基金助成 

    中村晋一郎

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  9. 2) 木曽川流域における堤防成長モデル開発に向けたデータベースの構築と分析

    2017.4 - 2018.3

    岐阜大学流域圏科学研究センター  岐阜大学流域圏科学研究センター共同研究助成 

    中村晋一郎

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  10. タイ国における統合的な気候変動適応戦略の共創推進に関する研究

    2016.4 - 2020.3

    JST  地球規模課題対応国際科学技術協力プログラム(SATREPS) 

    沖大幹

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    Grant type:Competitive

  11. 4) 国民総幸福最大化と低炭素化を両立させる都市・地域縮退戦略策定モデル~地区詳細スケールでの評価に基づく土地利用・インフラ再編策立案手法~

    2015.4 - 2017.3

    環境省  環境経済の政策研究 

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 4

  1. 国土のデザインとプロジェクト

    2016

  2. 都市・国土計画

    2016

  3. 基礎セミナーA

    2016

  4. 国土デザイン学セミナー

    2016

 

Social Contribution 3

  1. 第68回軽井沢夏季大学

    Role(s):Lecturer

    2016.8

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    Type:Lecture

  2. 第68回軽井沢夏季大学

    Role(s):Lecturer

    2016.8

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    Type:Lecture

  3. 東京都杉並区環境市民団体 善福寺川を里川にカエル会 共同代表

    Role(s):Organizing member

    2015.6

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    Audience: Civic organization

Academic Activities 1

  1. 東京都杉並区環境市民団体 善福寺川を里川にカエル会 共同代表

    2015.6