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|Other Titles:||THE STORM SURGE INDUCED BY TYPHOON 9426|
|Authors:||吉岡, 洋 |
|Author's alias:||YOSHIOKA, Hiroshi|
|Journal title:||京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B|
|Abstract:||Using the Storm Surge Observation Tower (DPRI, Kyoto Univ.) built at the mouth of Tanabe Bay facing Ku Channel, we observed the sequential data of wind, wave, sea level and water temperatures during the storm condition of typhoon 9426 which had almost same course as Isewan typhoon (1959) and made the biggest storm surge in Ise Bay (A maximum sea level rise of 150 cm). The wind data observed at the tower was available to give reliable parameters for numerical model of storm surge. We also analyzed tidal records from Kyushu to Chubu district observed by Japan Meteorological Agency and local governments.It was made clear that forerunners over 20 cm in height were detected at all tidal observation points, which started 2 days before the typhoon landing. Numerical simulations of sea level changes gave a good agreement with observation which was subtracted the forerunner.|
|Appears in Collections:||No.38 B-2|
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