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Population dynamics of Capitella aff. teleta (Polychaeta, Capitellidae) in Gamo Lagoon, northeastern Japan, during a series of restoration works following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami

Capitellid polychaete Capitella aff's population dynamics The capitellid polychaete Capitella aff's Capitella aff's Capitella aff's population dynamics. After the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami, teleta were studied in Gamo Lagoon, northeast Japan, where a series of restoration works were carried out over the next two years. During the construction of a flow-conducting levee, which prevented water flow and isolated the lagoon's inner part of the lagoon, the daily maximum water level decreased from 2017 to 2018. By dispersing planktonic larvae between them, teleta inhabiting the lagoon's innermost part and estuary lagoon contributed to the population's survival. The teleta population in the lagoon is a cosmopolitan, and at such high water levels that enable the dispersion of planktonic larvae to help the population quickly, implying that it is vital to maintain the water area hydrated.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.1001925


Analysis of Tsunami Flow Velocities during the March 2011 Tohoku, Japan, Tsunami

To determine the force acting on buildings, it is necessary to determine the force acting on buildings, which can be estimated by investigating the effects on structures. To determine the force acting on buildings, it is necessary to determine the force acting on buildings. The tsunami flow velocity and the tsunami flow depth are both necessary. Using videos, ten cases of tsunami flow velocities and flow directions are analyzed by determining the movement distances of observed objects is determined. To determine the speed in Kesennuma City, a case study of tsunami simulation is carried out. The velocities from simulation results are similar to those from recorded videos and are displayed at the same locations as the recorded ones.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1193/1.4000128


The Effect of Situated Access on People with Disabilities: An Examination of Sheltering and Temporary Housing after the 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

Whether or not people with disabilities obtained resources and services, disabled people with disabilities, was determined by interviews and observations. That is, the ability of evacuees to obtain and use data, material resources, or services was based both on the physical location of the individual or group's home town, as well as the individual or family group's social circumstances or community within that geographic location. In particular, we provide a close review of the benefits of situational access for people with disabilities.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1193/1.4000116

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