and EROSION CONTROL
Ver. Summer Season 2018
In a fascinating account of how neglect the forest management and the erosion of woodlands toppled empires and wiped out entire civilization since ancient times, they say we should establish more desirable relationship between human beings and forests.
This division offers various programs designed to provide students with the basic knowledge of the forest science relating to Forest Engineering, Disaster Prevention & Erosion Control in woodlands, and Forest Environment in mountainous regions.
Notices: * The MOU i.e. mutual research cooperation between GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIORESOURCE AND BIOENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES,
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, KYUSHU UNIVERSITY, AND INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY, NEPAL
was just completed on March 27, 2015. We sincerely hope the quick recovery from this April’s earthquakes!
* Also MOU with FORDA (Forest Research and Development Agency, the ministry of forestry, Indonesia) and The Faculty of Agriculture at Kyushu University was completed on August 26, 2013, at Jakarta, Indonesia. On that week, FORDA was celebrated its 100th anniversary. Dr. Hasnawir who is former student in our laboratory was also nominated for the most excellent researcher by the minister.
To mitigate sediment disaster, it is important to forecast the occurrence of landslides, and fix the hazard map in mountainous watershed. As the basic research, geomorphological process and interaction between soil and vegetation on slope system are studied in our laboratory. Also some new countermeasures for slope stability and erosion control are designed with revegetation works.
Slope stability analysis
Landslide hazard mappings
Traveling distance of landslides → http://ffpsc.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/control/SlideTravelDist.htm
How far we have to run for our lives from imminent slope failures!
― Advice for the people who are suffering from earthquake in a mountainous district ―
Erosion control in torrents and steep lands
Disaster preventions by forest
Timber production engineering
Slope revegetation for erosion control
Meteorological conditions of landslide disasters
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13. 2014 Investigation of Landslide Disasters in Hiroshima City 2014: August20, 2014 Hirosima Debris Flow_Ver.4
Japan Landslide Society
Japan Forestry Society
Revegetation Technology Society
Updated on 20/July/2018 This page is managed by Forest Conservation and Erosion Control lab.
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