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標題: Investigation and Analysis of Disasters in Central and Southern Taiwan due to Typhoon Morakot in 2009
2009 年莫拉克颱風中南部災區災害調查分析
作者: Chen, Chong-Wun
Fu, Kui-Lin
Lin, Li-Lin
關鍵字: Morakot typhoon;landslide;88 floods;historical hazard events Central-Taiwan;莫拉克颱風;崩塌;88 水災;中部災區歷史災害
Project: 水土保持學報, Volume 45, Issue 2, Page(s) 663-682.
2009 年莫拉克颱風造成台灣中南部地區嚴重受災,災害型態由洪水或崩塌等單一形式災害,轉變為崩塌、洪水、堰塞湖之複合型災害,本分析藉著「全流域管理」的精神、「尊重大自然」的思維及「國土復育」的理念,使集水區有專業知識以整體治理。

2009 Typhoon Morakot resulted in serious disasters in central and southern Taiwan. The type of disaster is changed from single flooding or landslide to compound disasters, which includes avalanches, floods and barrier lakes. This analysis is based on the spirit of 'Total Catchment Management (TCM)', the thought of 'Respect to Nature' and the idea of 'Land Restoration', so that the watershed area could be comprehensively governed by professional knowledge.
This study focuses on the rainfall factors of 'Tremendous Floods,' 'Collapse Hazard' and 'Mudslide', to take an effective approach to reduce the occurrence frequency of disasters. Taking Taiwan Central Disaster Area as an example to investigate, analyze and to perform calculation of historical watershed disaster data. Directly investigate the relationship between the collapse and rainfall before and after Typhoon Morakot. Analyze the appropriateness of the current policy to the 'Ratio of Sediment, 'Soil and Water Conservation Structures' and 'Regional Refuge Planning and Settlement District of Soil and Water Conservation.'
Under the increasingly possibility of unpredictable extreme weather, the core of the strategic objectives should be the 'Settlement Security' to evaluate all influence of disasters. In addition to strengthening the hardware and software mitigation measures and also emphasis on the debris flow monitoring and forecasting.
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