Posted by yuichi hayakawa on 12/25/2018 with No comments

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JpGUの学術誌『Progress in Earth and Planetary Science(PEPS)』で我々による編集が進んでいた特集号「High-definition topographic and geophysical data in geosciences」(高精細地形地物情報の地球科学的応用)が,完成しました。

"High-definition topographic and geophysical data in geosciences"
Associate Editors
Yuichi S. Hayakawa (Hokkaido University)
Thad A. Wasklewicz (East Carolina University)
Hiroyuki Obanawa (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization)
Shigekazu Kusumoto (University of Toyama)


  • Hayakawa YS, Wasklewicz TA, Obanawa H, Kusumoto S (2018) Preface to the special issue “High-definition topographic and geophysical data in geosciences”. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5:88.
  • Gomez C, Purdie H (2018) Point cloud technology and 2D computational flow dynamic modeling for rapid hazards and disaster risk appraisal on Yellow Creek fan, Southern Alps of New Zealand. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5:50.
  • Obanawa H, Hayakawa YS (2018) Variations in volumetric erosion rates of bedrock cliffs on a small inaccessible coastal island determined using measurements by an unmanned aerial vehicle with structure-from-motion and terrestrial laser scanning. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5:33.
  • Saito H, Uchiyama S, Hayakawa YS, Obanawa H (2018) Landslides triggered by an earthquake and heavy rainfalls at Aso volcano, Japan, detected by UAS and SfM-MVS photogrammetry. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5:15.
  • Wasklewicz T, Zhu Z, Gares P (2017) Simulating and quantifying legacy topographic data uncertainty: an initial step to advancing topographic change analyses. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 4:32.
  • Yamasaki S, Tabusa T, Iwasaki S, Hiramatsu M (2017) Acoustic water bottom investigation with a remotely operated watercraft survey system. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 4:25.
  • Kusumoto S (2017) Eigenvector of gravity gradient tensor for estimating fault dips considering fault type. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 4:15.
  • Hayakawa YS, Kusumoto S, Matta N (2017) Seismic and inter-seismic ground surface deformations of the Murono mud volcano (central Japan): a laser scanning approach. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 4:3.
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