MATSUDA Iware

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Name
MATSUDA Iware
Degree
Doctor in Science(Tokyo Metropolitan University), Master in Science

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Kanto Gakuin University College of Economics, Department of Business Administration
 
1969
 - 
1977
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Research Assistant
 
1977
 - 
1992
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Associate Professor
 
1992
   
 
- Tokyo Metropolitan University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1967
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
 
 - 
1965
Faculty of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Misc

 
Distribution of the Recent deposits and buried land forms in the Kanto Low land, central Japan
Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University   9    1974
Recent deposits and buried landforms in the Tamagawa Lowland
Geographical Review of Japan   46(5)    1973
Earthquake damage, damage prediction and countermeasures in Tokyo, Japan
Ekistics   51(308)    1984
Geographical Review of Japan (Ser. B)   63(1)    1990

Books etc

 
Ground Conditions and Earthquake Disaster : Countermeasures on the basis of regional studies
1977   
Geomorphology, Geology and Water in Tokyo Bay
Tsukiji Shokan   1993   
On a ground shaking hazard map
1995   
Division regionalde la ciudad de Almeria basada en condiciones geologicasy y geomorfologicas.
Investigaciones recientes de Geomortologia espanola   1998   

Works

 
A View of land resources in an agricultural country : in case of New Zealand
1985
Geographical studies on the Middle Eastern cities.
1987
Field study and investigations on the damage caused by the cyclone in Bangladesh in April 29-30, 1991
1991
Earthquake Vulnerability for Wellington Region, New Zealand.
1992
Natural disaster vulnerability assessment for Yokohama City
1993 - 1994

Research Grants & Projects

 
Assessment of Natural Disaster Vulnerability
Disaster-proof City Planning
Seismic microzoning of earthquake vulnenable cities
Assessment of Natural Disaster Vulnerability