〇佐藤翔輔 林春男 村圭子
〇 Shosuke SATO, Haruo HAYASHI, Keiko TAMURA
Frequent and heavy rainfall in recent years has result into spontaneous damage in Japan. In this paper, we analyzed the open-ended answer text data of questionnaire survey from the municipal government officials who had experienced evacuation advisory or order publishing among heavy rain disasters in 2009. We applied a text mining system (TR: TRENDREADER) to analyze the text data. The characteristics of these extracted learnt lessons and found issues suggest that, the local responders in heavy rainfall regions should reinforce their emergency response, decision-making of evacuation advisory and communication to the residents.
Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
It is important to manage a system for human resource support from outside of affected areas for disaster response. In this paper, we have basically evaluated and analyzed the data of external human resource support into Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima in the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake disaster. The number of assisting staffs from outside affected area, volunteers and temporary inflowing population as the index of human resource support at each city and town have been evaluated with available parameters. The results suggest that the correlation of the number of external human resource with the hazard impact is low but those with human damage, physical damage, population before the quake, and exposure of mass media is significant.
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