Member: Yoshiharu Ishikawa Member: Yoshiharu Ishikawa

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Member: Prof. Yoshiharu Ishikawa

E-mail: y_ishi@cc.tuat.ac.jp

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Fuchu, Tokyo, Japan

 

 

Education

1990: Ph D Kyoto University

1975: Bachelor degree from Kyoto University

Research Interests

Measures against debris flows and landslides

Mechanism of soil erosion in mountainous areas

Forest hydrology

Work Experience

2017-2003 Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

2003-1996 Kyoto Prefectural University

1996-1987 Public Works Research Institute, Ministry of Construction

1987-1985 Japan Highway Public Corporation

1985-1975 Construction Office and Public Works Research Institute, Ministry of Construction

The specific areas where he can assist in reviewing or editing manuscripts

--Disasters caused by landslides and natural dams induced by earthquakes or heavy rainfalls at mountainous areas.

--Mechanism of debris flows and countermeasures

--Soil erosion and countermeasures

--Disasters caused by woody debris and countermeasures

Major Publications

Afshin Ghahramani, Yoshiharu Ishikawa, Takashi Gomi, Katsushige Shiraki, Shunsuke Miyata (2011): Effect of ground cover on splash and sheetwash erosion over a steep forested hillslope, CATENA, 85:34-47.

Yoshiharu Ishikawa and Takayuki Ishikawa (2012) Characteristics of slope failures and landslide dams caused by the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake , Proceedings of Interpraevent 2012, I :161-168.

Hefryan S. Kharismalatri, Yoshiharu Ishikawa, Takashi Gomi, Katsushige Shiraki, Taeko Wakahara (2017): Collapsed material movement of deep-seated landslides caused by Typhoon Talas 2011 on the Kii Peninsula, Japan, International Journal of Erosion Control Engineering, 10:108-119.

Yoshiharu Ishikawa, Hiroyuki Umezawa, Risa Tanabe, Aya Tameike, Quac D. Dang (2018) A method for predicting and taking measures against soil slips generating debris flows in a case study of the 2014 Hiroshima Sediment disasters, Proceedings of Interpraevent 2018,139-144.