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Natural disaster and Rural Planning
The Association of Rural Planning, Japan Head of the symposium organizing committee Scope and Objective:
The natural environmental structure of Asia-Pacific Rim and Monsoon Asian reveals vulnerable induced by environmental condition. Additional factors are rapid land cover change and urbanization in the lowlands or river deltas with large expanding urban areas. Urban sprawl has been eroding with the peripheral broad rice fields as predominant agricultural land-uses on deltas; hence huge unique urban-rural mixture areas are emerging. Meanwhile, this rapid urbanization also invites diversification of agrarian systems: from inherent deltaic rice cultivation toward vegetable, fruit, fish and shrimp cultures with highly sophisticated drainage and irrigation facilities. These rapid land-use changes in deltaic cities cause numerous environmental problems, especially serious flood hazard, land slide, earthquake. In addition, it is expected that flood hazard will be upward in the near future by coastal subsidence, sea level rise and a change in the frequency of storms due to global warming. In order to avoid or minimize such a risk, it is crucial to elaborate new strategies in urban-rural planning in consideration of flood hazards. In Japan, considerable rice fields situated in the fringe areas of low-lying large cities had disappeared due to urbanization during the highly economic growth. This transformation brought the loss of mitigation system in natural environment and also social capital including local community activity. In this symposium, we will focus on the recent natural hazard such as, earthquake in central Java in Indonesia 2006, earthquake in central Japan 2004, the great flood in Fukui and Toyo-oka 2004, recent floods along As referring to the natural hazard, we should get lessons from disaster history and apply to plan for rural and urban toward to hazard redaction. Japanese experience, new urban-rural planning strategies with effective flood control measures will be discussed. Although these cities differ in socio-economic or institutional backgrounds, we believe that more applicable planning methods such as “zoning of hazardous area based on the natural condition of lands” or “urban-rural planning coexisted with floods” will emerge through our comparative reports and discussions. Time and date:
8th Lecture Hall in the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Agriculture Tentative schedule:
Opening session: Ishida Kenji (President of the Rural Planning Association)
Keynote address:
Dr. Shigeko Haruyama (The University of Tokyo, Japan) “Great Floods of Fukui city in2004 and lessons of rural planning from the natural disaster” 14:10–16:10 (30 minutes for each speaker) Report:
Dr. Boris I.Gartman (Russia Academy of Science) “Sever Flooding of the Amur River and disaster reduction planning ,Russia” Dr. Dexuan Wang (Northeast Institute of geography and Agriculture, Chinese Academy) “Watershed Management Strategies for Flood Mitigation: a case study of the Son Hoa river basin in Norht China” Dr. Sutikno (Gadjamada University, Indonesia) “Earthquake and disaster of Central Java and disaster reduction, Indonesia” Dr. Yamagata Kotarou ( Jyoetu Kyoiku University, Japan) “ 2004 Earthquake in central Japan and their geomorphologic aspects “ Coffee break:
Panel discussion:
Dr. Akira Kiminami (The University of Tokyo) Closing remarks: Dr.Jyuichi Yamazaki(The University of Kobe)


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