Department of Geography, Archaeology, and Cultural Heritage
Tectonic Geomorphology and Geographic Information Science
- Active Fault
- Geographical Information System
- Digital Elevation Model
- Median Tectonic Line
I study the geomorphic development, especially geomorphic features related to the earthquake. I examine the geomorphic features using the conventional method for the interpretation of aerial photography and field survey as well as the analysis of digital elevation model on geographic information systems (GIS).
- Extensive Area Map of Topographic Anaglyphs Covering Inland and Seafloor from Detailed Digital Elevation Model for Identifying Broad Tectonic Deformation, Kamae, K (ed.), Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Nuclear Risks: Prediction and Assessment Beyond the Fukushima Accident, Springer, pp.65-74, 2016.
- Mapping of Fault Geomorphology Using “Structure from Motion - Multi - View Stereo” Photogrammetry with Old / Hi-view Aerial Photography, Active Fault Research, 42, pp.73-83, 2015.
- Active Faults along the Japan Trench and Source Faults of Large Earthquakes, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Engineering Lessons Learned from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, pp.254-262, 2012.
- Surface Offsets Associated with the Most Recent Earthquakes along the Median Tectonic Line Active Fault Zone in Shikoku, Southwest Japan, Zisin (Journal of the Seismological Society of Japan. 2nd ser.), 59, pp.117-132, 2006.
- The Latest Surface-Faulting Events on the Median Tectonic Line in Shikoku, Southwest Japan, Based on Mini-Trenching and Geoslicer Studies, Zisin (Journal of the Seismological Society of Japan. 2nd ser.), 53, pp.205-219, 2001.
- Detailed Distribution of Active Faults along the Median Tectonic Line in Shikoku, Research Center for Regional Geography, Hiroshima University, no.35, 143p, 2000.
- New Geometoric Criteria for Active Fault Segmentation Fault Branching and Dip-slip Distribution Pattern along Strike-slip Faults, Active Fault Research, 17, pp.43-53, 1998.