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Flood risk management scheme and risk communication in Korea

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  • Flood risk management scheme and risk communication in Korea
  • Choi, Junho; Tatano, Hirokazu
  • Kyoto University


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Title Flood risk management scheme and risk communication in Korea
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Choi, Junho; Tatano, Hirokazu

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[Kyoto, Japan] : Kyoto University

Date 2011-10
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Annuals of Disaster Prevention Research Institute:
Pages 7
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Social Development < Health
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Abstract

Flood risks are rising in many parts of the world. Recently, due to typhoons and localized torrential downpours, the scale of economic loss over the Korean Peninsula is increasing. The damage caused by the heavy rain and the typhoon in 80% of total in Korea. Korea's disaster management and prevention plans are implemented by each ministry and regional government, and the government-invested organizations. But it flooded annually at about the same time of year and make the casualties. The most important point is making a collaborative system for disaster prevention.