2 edition of case study of the comprehensive development of the Kitakami river basin found in the catalog.
case study of the comprehensive development of the Kitakami river basin
United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Bureau of Flood Control and Water Resources Development
Written in English
|Series||Flood control series -- no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Case study of the comprehensive development of the Kitakami river basin. Bangkok, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.
Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Bureau of Flood Control and Water Resources. U.N. Economic Comm’n for Asia and the Far East, A Case Study of the Comprehensive Development of the Kitakami River Basin 37–38, 43–44 (U.N.
Doc. St./ECAFE/SER.F/20) (). Google Scholar Author: Ludwik A. Teclaff. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Clement Allan Tisdell.
Presenting a local case study, he noted significant environmental, social and economic benefits, including increased food production, ecotourism and hydrological restoration.
Yosuke Tomizawa, Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, presented a case study on flood management in the Kitakami River basin, Japan. loads from each land cover classiﬁcation for each river basin, this model was modiﬁed in this study.
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Inthe Public Health Service and the Corps of Engineers jointly entered upon the first comprehensive pollution study of a river basin -- the Ohio River Survey, (H.D. 78th Congress, 1st Session). The maximum tsunami run-up distance in a river was 50km observed along the Kitakami River located in Miyagi Prefecture, resulting in serious damages to riverine structures.
A comprehensive understanding of the coastal natural status, changes and resilience is fundamental for sustainable development. The actual case study involved four. The main part of the South Kitakami terrane is a forearc basin sequence with a basement of granitic rocks unconformably overlain by Silurian sediments.
The Hikami Granite body is a well‐known part of the granite basement and is thought to have an age of around Ma by many workers (Asakawa, Maruyama, & Yamamoto, ; Watanabe, Fanning Author: Simon R.
Wallis, Ken Yamaoka, Hiroshi Mori, Akira Ishiwatari, Kazuhiro Miyazaki, Hayato Ueda. Coastal sediments are rapidly becoming rare materials and this leaves many coastal systems in a degraded state.
The modeling needed to evaluate the existing state and possible measures, e.g. to combat erosion or to restore environments such as mangroves and coral reefs are explored and the state of the art and remaining knowledge gaps are addressed.
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By this area was over 90% rural; by rural land had decreased been made, and comprehensive development and rational use of water resources are stimulated.
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The highest run-up is at Aneyoshi in Miyako City, to an altitude of m at the distance of m from the sea [46,48], and the furthermost reach is along the Kyu-Kitakami River, at the distance of km to an altitude of 7 m.
In Settai River in Tarou, Miyako City, the tsunami ran up to an altitude of m at a distance of : Yuzuru Isoda, Akio Muranaka, Go Tanibata, Kazumasa Hanaoka, Junzo Ohmura, Akihiro Tsukamoto. North Kitakami terrane represents an accretionary complex with an oceanic plate stratigraphy) and have contrasting lithological assemblages.
The main part of the South Kitakami terrane is a forearc basin sequence with a basement of granitic rocks unconformably overlain by Silurian sediments. The Hikami Granite body is a well-known partAuthor: Simon R.
Wallis, Ken Yamaoka, Hiroshi Mori, Akira Ishiwatari, Kazuhiro Miyazaki, Hayato Ueda. The Bibliography of Aeolian Research (BAR) is a comprehensive bibliography focused on aeolian research -- the study of the detachment, transport, and deposition of sediments by wind. Aeolian research spans a broad array of disciplines and may include: the study of the physics of blowing sand, dust, and other granular material (i.e., saltation, suspension, creep and abrasion).
Comprehensive investigations recently undertaken in the Nanpanjiang Basin (South China) revealed a rich, new Late Permian foraminiferal–algal association. The discovery, description and revision of some new and/or stratigraphically and palaeogeographically significant taxa are related, identifying the main markers for the latest Permian in Cited by: A recent study concerning the bite-forces of temnospondyls further corroborated that within the trematosaurids, long-snouted forms such as Wantzosaurus and Aphaneramma were fully aquatic and preyed upon fast animals such as small fishes, and in the case of the former, a pelagic lifestyle has even been by: The shallow structural basin of the Kant Plain, which stretches to the east of the Kant Range, is the most extensive lowland of Japan; the immense metropolis of Tokyo spreads out from its centre, covering a vast area of the plain.
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