With Daisuke Komori, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohokudai University, Japan.
Part of the School Lecture Series.
Socio-hydrology, which has been rapidly advancing in the water sciences in recent years, is a science that integrates the dynamics of human activities and the water cycle and internalises the mutual feedback between human activities and the water cycle. This lecture tells of my recent research on socio-hydrology and geographical approach: (1) urban pluvial flooding vulnerability in Japan, (2) global yield vulnerability. I will talk about the collaboration research on the modelling of large wood discharge caused by landslide working with Matthew Johnson, Faith Chan and others.
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