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The July 11, 1995 Myanmar–China earthquake: A representative event in the bookshelf faulting system of southeastern Asia observed from JERS-1 SAR images
Ji, L.Q. WangJ. XuC. Ji.
On July 11, 1995, an Mw 6.8 earthquake struck eastern Myanmar near the Chinese border; hereafter referred to as the 1995 Myanmar–China earthquake. Coseismic surface displacements...
Assessment of Natural Regeneration of Mangrove Species at Tsunami Affected Areas in Indonesia and Malaysia
Ahmad, A. G.Mansor, M.
Indian Ocean tsunami caused extensive damage on human life and coastal environments, including fragmented mangroves prior to 2004 tsunami. The natural regeneration of mangrove wood...
Final Climate Public Expenditure Review (CPER) 2015
Cambodia is among the countries most vulnerable to climate change. Floods, droughts and extreme vents exacerbated by climate change are already affecting economic and social develo...
EFFECT OF LAND SUBSIDENCE ON FLOOD INUNDATION IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA
Satellite Application for Felt Earthquake Events in Sabah, Malaysia
Sali, A.D. ZainalN. H. T. AhmadM. F. Omar
The recent earthquake in Ranau, Sabah on 5 June 2015, which killed 18 people,has opened up the reality of impending earthquakes in Malaysia since the country had never experience a...
The acid crater lake of Taal Volcano, Philippines: hydrogeochemical and hydroacoustic data related to the 2010–11 volcanic unrest
Hernández, P. A.Melián, G. V.Somoza, L.Arpa, M. C.Pérez, N. M.Bariso, E.Solidum, R.
Studies of the water chemistry of Taal crater lake and echo-sounding surveys have provided new insights into its chemical and physical dynamics. During the volcano-seismic unrest o...
Electromagnetic signals on active volcanoes: Analysis of electrical resistivity and transfer functions at Taal volcano (Philippines) related to the 2010 seismovolcanic crisis
Ladanivskyy, B.Zlotnicki, J.Reniva, P.Alanis, P.
Electromagnetic (EM) methods are powerful for imaging lithology, geological discontinuities, and hydrothermal and plumbing systems of volcanoes. These methods can also be efficient...
The canopy interception–landslide initiation conundrum: insight from a tropical secondary forest in northern Thailand
Sidle, R. C.Ziegler, A. D.
The interception and smoothing effect of forest canopies on pulses of incident rainfall and its delivery to the soil has been suggested as a factor in moderating peak pore water pr...
Assessment of earthquake hazard for the northwestern Vietnam from geological and geophysical data using an original program package
Ngo Thi LuM. V. RodkinTran Viet PhuongNguyen QuangPhung Thi Thu HangVu Thi Hoan
The highest seismic activity in Vietnam is observed in the northwest of the country, hence the practical significance of more accurate assessment of the earthquake hazard for the a...
The relation between fault movement potential and seismic activity of major faults in Northwestern Vietnam
Duan, B.Duong, N.
In this study, the method of Fault Movement Potential (FMP) proposed by Lee et al. (1997) is used to assess the movement potential of some major faults and its relationship with th...
From Source to Building Fragility: Post-event Assessment of the 2013 M7.1 Bohol Philippines Earthquake
Muriel NaguitPhil CumminsMark EdwardsHadi GhasemiBartolome BautistaHyeuk RyuMarcus Haynes
We use ground motion simulations of the 2013 Bohol Philippines earthquake along with a new post-disaster exposure/damage database to constrain building fragility and vulnerability....
Tsunami run-up and inundation along the coast of Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia due to a potential Brunei submarine mass failure
Tan, W. K.Teh, S. Y.Koh, H. L.
Submarine landslides, also known as submarine mass failures (SMFs), are major natural marine disasters that could critically damage coastal facilities such as nuclear power plants ...
Tsunami Inundation Modeling in a Boundary Fitted Curvilinear Grid Model Using the Method of Lines Technique
Meah, M. A.Noor, M. S.Arefin, M. A.Karim, M. F.
A numerical technique in a boundary-fitted curvilinear grid model is developed to simulate the extent of inland inundation along the coastal belts of Peninsular Malaysia and Southe...
Future projection of flood inundation considering land-use changes and land subsidence in Jakarta, Indonesia
Moe, I. R.Kure, S.Januriyadi, N. F.Farid, M.Udo, K.Kazama, S.Koshimura, S.
Jakarta is facing several issues related to flooding, including land subsidence in the coastal area and rapid land-use/cover changes in the upstream area. In this study, we analy...