2017年7月の九州北部豪雨による土砂災害

Sediment-related Disasters by a heavy Rainfall in the northern Part of Kyushu-Island, Japan in July 2017

Hideaki Mizuno, Tomonori MARUTAN, Masahiro KAIBORI, Takashi JITOUSONO, Hiroyuki OHNO, Osamu SHIMIZU, Tetsuya Kubota, Hirotaka UE, Akito KANAZAWA, Takanori KAWANO, Syozo KOGA, Hiroki KOBAYASHI, Takuya KOBAYASHI, Toshihiko SAKASHIMA, Yukihiko SAKATANI, Wataru SAGARA, Yoshinori SHINOHARA, Yamato SUZUKI, Masayuki TAKAGI, Eiji SHIMADA & 4 others Koji NAKANO, Yasunori FUJISAWA, Kazuya YAMAGUCHI, Yuchi YAMADA

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

抄録

An extremely heavy rainfall was observed in the northern part of Kyushu, Japan in July 2017. For example, the highest daily rainfall was 803 mm on July 5, 2017 at Kurokawa, Asakura-City of Fukuoka Prefecture. The heavy rainfall caused many slope failures, debris-flows, sediment-flows and floods, which killed 37 people at the current stage. Phenomena such as surface slope failures and sediment-flows were concentrated around the eastern part of Asakura-City. They flowed down as floods and damaged many residential areas. The bedrock where the phenomena occurred was not only weathered granite but also weathered schist included in Sangun metamorphic rocks. It is a very important feature that enormous driftwood has discharged by sediment-flows, floods and so on. Some large failures also occurred out of Asakura-City. In Hita-City of Oita Prefecture, a large failure with a width of ca.200 m, a length of ca.350 m and a depth of ca.15 m occurred and blockaded Ono-river. Because this disaster caused serious damage to surrounding areas, the comprehensive countermeasures such as construction of sabo-facilities and setting warning-evacuation system must be needed.
元の言語Japanese
ページ(範囲)31-42
ページ数12
ジャーナル新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering : 砂防学会誌
70
発行部数4
出版物ステータス出版済み - 11 15 2017

これを引用

2017年7月の九州北部豪雨による土砂災害 : Sediment-related Disasters by a heavy Rainfall in the northern Part of Kyushu-Island, Japan in July 2017. / Mizuno, Hideaki; MARUTAN, Tomonori; KAIBORI, Masahiro; JITOUSONO, Takashi; OHNO, Hiroyuki; SHIMIZU, Osamu; Kubota, Tetsuya; UE, Hirotaka; KANAZAWA, Akito; KAWANO, Takanori; KOGA, Syozo; KOBAYASHI, Hiroki; KOBAYASHI, Takuya; SAKASHIMA, Toshihiko; SAKATANI, Yukihiko; SAGARA, Wataru; SHINOHARA, Yoshinori; SUZUKI, Yamato; TAKAGI, Masayuki; SHIMADA, Eiji; NAKANO, Koji; FUJISAWA, Yasunori; YAMAGUCHI, Kazuya; YAMADA, Yuchi.

:: 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering : 砂防学会誌, 巻 70, 番号 4, 15.11.2017, p. 31-42.

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

Mizuno, H, MARUTAN, T, KAIBORI, M, JITOUSONO, T, OHNO, H, SHIMIZU, O, Kubota, T, UE, H, KANAZAWA, A, KAWANO, T, KOGA, S, KOBAYASHI, H, KOBAYASHI, T, SAKASHIMA, T, SAKATANI, Y, SAGARA, W, SHINOHARA, Y, SUZUKI, Y, TAKAGI, M, SHIMADA, E, NAKANO, K, FUJISAWA, Y, YAMAGUCHI, K & YAMADA, Y 2017, '2017年7月の九州北部豪雨による土砂災害: Sediment-related Disasters by a heavy Rainfall in the northern Part of Kyushu-Island, Japan in July 2017', 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering : 砂防学会誌, 巻. 70, 番号 4, pp. 31-42.
Mizuno, Hideaki ; MARUTAN, Tomonori ; KAIBORI, Masahiro ; JITOUSONO, Takashi ; OHNO, Hiroyuki ; SHIMIZU, Osamu ; Kubota, Tetsuya ; UE, Hirotaka ; KANAZAWA, Akito ; KAWANO, Takanori ; KOGA, Syozo ; KOBAYASHI, Hiroki ; KOBAYASHI, Takuya ; SAKASHIMA, Toshihiko ; SAKATANI, Yukihiko ; SAGARA, Wataru ; SHINOHARA, Yoshinori ; SUZUKI, Yamato ; TAKAGI, Masayuki ; SHIMADA, Eiji ; NAKANO, Koji ; FUJISAWA, Yasunori ; YAMAGUCHI, Kazuya ; YAMADA, Yuchi. / 2017年7月の九州北部豪雨による土砂災害 : Sediment-related Disasters by a heavy Rainfall in the northern Part of Kyushu-Island, Japan in July 2017. :: 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering : 砂防学会誌. 2017 ; 巻 70, 番号 4. pp. 31-42.
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