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Title: 上下流域における生活者参加型の水辺環境マネジメント
Other Titles: Environmental Management on Waterside with Public Participation between Up and Down Stream Regions
Authors: 河野, 真典  KAKEN_name
野原, 大督  KAKEN_name
堀, 智晴  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
萩原, 良巳  KAKEN_name
萩原, 清子  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: KAWANO, Masanori
NOHARA, Daisuke
HORI, Tomoharu
HAGIHARA, Yoshimi
HAGIHARA, Kiyoko
Keywords: GES環境
上下流域
生活者参加
流出解析
Geo-
Eco- and Socio- Environment
up and down stream regions
public participation
runoff analysis
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2010
Publisher: 京都大学防災研究所
Journal title: 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B
Volume: 53
Issue: B
Start page: 803
End page: 812
Abstract: 上下流域の水辺環境の違いを反映した水辺環境マネジメントのために,本研究では上下流域の地域住民の水辺環境に対する認識をもとにした水辺環境マネジメントのプロセスの一部分を示した。まず,調査対象流域の地域分類をふまえて選定された地域において社会調査を実施し,各地域の住民の水辺環境に対する認識を明らかにした。続いて,調査項目間の関連分析を援用して各地域の調査結果を図示し,各地域の特徴と違いを明確にした。特に,上流域における生活状況の重要性が示された。ついで,水辺環境認識の違いが地域の水辺環境評価に与える影響を明らかにするために地域環境評価関数を作成し,その結果をもとに地域ごとに代替案作成のための方針を得た。最後に,代替案作成方針を上下流関係に着目して考察し,上下流域の地域環境評価を向上させる代替案が実現可能であることを示した。
In a basin, the environment on waterside in upstream and downstream regions is very different. The environmental valuation by local residents is important in the environmental management. To give a consideration to differences among regions in the environmental management on waterside, the authors aim to clarify the environmental valuation on waterside based on local residents' perception and impression. To clarify the characteristics of the regions which are chosen from up and down stream regions in a basin, a social survey is conducted there. The characteristics of the regions are shown in diagrams which show that life circumstances are important for upstream regions. Using the diagrams, regional environmental valuation functions are made to clarify effects of the characteristics. Secondly, with the aid of Cramer's coefficient of contingency and factor analysis, the environmental valuation on waterside through local residents' impressions are composed. These functions and the valuation through impression analysis give plans to make alternatives. Finally, flood control alternatives are reevaluated with the emphasis on upper and lower streams conflict, so that the environmental management on waterside should be done in view of 'diversity and integration.'
URL: http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/129350
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