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Org). 6) Risk finance and institution for flood disaster funds for the LPHC type of catastrophic disasters as one of the critical options. 7) Community-based integrated framework of multi-disaster risk governance based on the e-community enhanced by information technology. Although each task is discussed in details in other chapters of this book, it should be stressed here that, while a construction of a social platform of risk communication support system (Pafrics) operates as a warp for the NIED project, the concept of integration in various measures of risk reduction works as a weft of all tasks in the NIED project.
Moreover, the number of heavy rainfalls, the primary external force of a flood hazard, has been increasing in urban areas in Japan, according to statistics for Japan (JMA, 2005). If this trend continues, it might become a major factor in increasing the flood risk in urban areas. In addition, another factor that increases flood risk is occurring in the floodplains. This factor is ground subsidence and is mainly caused by groundwater pumping. This has increased the area, depth, and duration of floods.
Manage spatial distribution of flood hazard Runoff generation Runoff concentration Flood wave propagation in Channel Social & economical systems and conditions, infrastructure, culture, human resources, land use' Resilience of the Society Embankment failure etc. ) Reduce vulnerability to flood risk Damage Management Emergency management before and after events Damage Reduce direct , indirect damages LPHC damage Deterioration of river environments, eco systems, Landscape, soil & water cycle etc.
A better integrated management of disaster risks : toward resilient society to emerging disaster risks in mega-cities by edited by S. Ikeda, T. Fukuzona, T. Sato.