Mio Kasai

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Name
Mio Kasai
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Graduate School of Agriculture Research Faculty of Agriculture

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jul 2016
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Today
Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo
 
Aug 2009
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Aug 2010
Visiting Scientist, Soils and Landscapes, Landcare Research
 
Oct 2005
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Dec 2005
Visiting Scientist, Rivers and Coasts, CSIRO Land and Water
 
Feb 2000
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Feb 2001
Visiting Associate, Division of Environmental and Life Sciences, Macquarie University
 

Education

 
Mar 2001
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Sep 2005
Department of Physical Geography, Division of Environmental and Life Sciences, Macquarie University
 

Published Papers

 
Identification of active landslide blocks with optimized hotspot analysis using surface roughness index
Mio Kasai
Journal of the Japan Landslide Society   56(3) 15-23   May 2019   [Refereed]
Channel evolution controlled by valley configuration during 70 years in a severely erosive catchment: Mangaoporo River, New Zealand
Kasai, M., Aoki, D., Peacock, D., Maturani, T.
Catena   174C 324-338   2019   [Refereed]
Geologic and Topographic Features of Slope Failure Sites in the Aso Caldera Wall Inducted by the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake
Haruka SAITOU, Shinya KATSURA, Ryota UMETANI, Mio KASAI and Tomomi MARUTANI
Interpraevent   Band 1 117-122   2018   [Refereed]
A Method for Estimating Maximum Damage Caused by Sediment Disaster by Surveying with Artificial Satellite SAR Imagery
Shin-ichiro HAYASHI, Shin?ya KATSURA, Mio KASAI, Nobutomo OSANAI, Takashi YAMADA, Tomomi MARUTANI, Tomoyuki NORO and Joko KAMIYAMA
Interpraevent   Band 1 401-407   2018   [Refereed]
A Study on Criteria of Warning and Evacuation for Large-scale Sediment Disasters Considering the Relationships with Sediment Movement and Damage
Yuna SUZUKI, Shin-ichiro HAYASHI, Shinya KATSURA, Mio KASAI, Nobutomo OSANAI and Tomomi MARUTANI
Interpraevent   Band 1 387-393   2018   [Refereed]
The Effects of Hydraulic Structures on Streams Prone to Bank Erosion in an Intense Flood Event: A Case Study from Eastern Hokkaido
Daisuke AOKI, Mio KASAI and Mari IGURA
Interpraevent   Band 1 270-275   2018   [Refereed]
Grain Size Distribution of the 1926 Volcanic Mudflow at Mt. Tokachi, Japan
Tomoyuki NANRI, Takashi YAMADA, Mio KASAI, Tomomi MARUTANI, Shigenori TAKASHIMA and Takayuki YAMAHIRO
Interpraevent   Band 1 163-169   2018   [Refereed]
Tectonic and volcanic forcing on fluvial systems: two case studies from Japan
Parkner, T., Kasai, M.
Past Global Changes Magazine   22(1) 36-37   2014
Experimental and theoretical tools for estimating bedload transport using a Japanese pipe hydrophone
Goto, K., Itoh, T., Nagayama, T., Kasai, M
International Journal of Erosion Control Engineering   7(4) 101-110   2014   [Refereed]
KIMURA Takashi, KASAI Mio, EBISU Nobuhiro, MARUTANI Tomomi
Transactions, Japanese Geomorphological Union   33(1) 61-81   Jan 2012
This study examines the pattern of episodic sediment yield and relationship to catchment morphology within 13 steep and credible headwater catchments in the Hidaka Mountain Range, Hokkaido. The history of episodic sediment yield of each catchment ...
LiDAR-derived DEM evaluation of deep seated landslides in a steep and rocky region of Japan
Kasai, M., Ikeda, M., Asahina, T., Fujisawa, K.
Geomorphology   113 57-69   2009   [Refereed]
Buffers, barriers and blankets: The (dis)connectivity of catchment-scale sediment cascades
Fryirs, K.A., Brierley, G.J., Preston, N.J., Kasai, M.
Catena   70 49-67   2007   [Refereed]
Channel processes following land use changes in a degrading steep headwater stream in North Island, New Zealand
Mio Kasai
Geomorphology   81 421-439   2006   [Refereed]
Impacts of land use change on patterns of sediment flux in Weraamaia Catchment, New Zealand
Kasai, M., Brierley, G.J., Page, M.J., Marutani, T. and Trustrum, N.A.
Catena   64 27-60   2005   [Refereed]
Channel bed adjustments following major aggradation in a steep headwater setting: findings from Oyabu Creek, Kyushu, Japan.
Kasai, M., Marutani, T. and Brierley, G.J.
Geomorphology   62 199-215   2004   [Refereed]
Patterns of sediment slug translation and dispersion following typhoon-induced disturbance, Oyabu Creek, Kyushu, Japan
Kasai, M., Marutani, T. and Brierley, G.J.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms   29 59-76   2004   [Refereed]
KIM Hoon, MARUTANI Tomomi, KASAI Mio
砂防学会誌 : 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering   55(5) 11-21   Jan 2003
Estimation of temporally averaged sediment delivery ratio using aggradational terraces in headwater catchments of the Waipaoa River, North Island, New Zealand
Kasai, M., Marutani, T., Reid, L.M. and Trustrum, N.A.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms   26 1-16   2001   [Refereed]
MARUTANI Tomomi, KASAI Mio, MAKITA Masayo
砂防学会誌 : 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering   52(6) 24-31   Mar 2000
Sediment generation from numerous shallow landslides related with clear cutting at granite mountain, Mt.Ichifusa, Japan.
Marutani, T., Kasai, M., Ebisu, N., and Trustrum, N.A
Interpraevent   Band 1 271-279   2000   [Refereed]
Influence of storm-related sediment storage on the sediment delivery from tributary catchments in the upper Waipaoa River, New Zealand.
Marutani, T., Kasai, M., Reid, L.M. and Trustrum, N.A.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms   24 881-896   1999   [Refereed]
KASAI Mio, MARUTANI Tomomi
砂防学会誌 : 新砂防 = Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering   49(6) 17-23   Mar 1997
River bed deformation at confluence points in a mountainous stream
Marutani, T. and Kasai, M
Interpraevent   Band 1 283-292   1996   [Refereed]
MARUTANI Tomomi, KASAI Mio
新砂防   47(6) 3-7   Mar 1995
MARUTANI T., KASAI M.
Bulletin of the Kyushu University Forest   72(0) 117-124   Mar 1995
KASAI Mio, MARUTANI Tomomi
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society   76(6) 560-568   Nov 1994
Sediment storage is often caused by woody debris on stream beds of mountainous river channels. Woody debris is produced by land slips of mountain slopes that build up a wall structures on stream beds (called a "wall" here). The volume of sediment ...

Books etc

 
Gravel Bed Rivers 6
Page, M., Marden, M., Kasai, M., Gomez, B., Peacock, D., Betts, H., Parkner, T., Marutani, T., Trustrum, N (Part:Contributor, Changes in basin-scale sediment supply and transfer in a rapidly transformed New Zealand landscape)
Elsevier   2007   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
MIYAMOTO Akira, MARUTANI Tomomi, KASAI Mio
Transactions, Japanese Geomorphological Union   25 Jul 2003