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Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake July 12, 1993
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Geophysical Data Center in Boulder, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Hokkaido Nansei-oki tsunami July 12, 1993|
|Contributions||National Geophysical Data Center|
|The Physical Object|
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The nearshore flow velocity of the tsunami caused by the Southwest Hokkaido earthquake on J (M J M A = ), was estimated at Aonae on the southern end of Okushiri Island, Japan, by estimating the forces exerted on damaged structures constructed along the coast of the island through in situ strength velocity of the tsunami flow was calculated from the estimated tsunami. Oceanography (12) Invertebrate paleontology Book: Subaqueous Mass Movements and their Consequences: Assessing Geohazards, Expedition Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake Japan Sea earthquake Kuroshio Leg
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Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake J Boulder, CO: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Geophysical Data Center, [?] (OCoLC) On 12 Julyan earthquake of magnitude occurred with its epicentre ∼ km northwest of Okushiri Island (42°′N, °′E) ().This Hokkaido–Nansei-oki earthquake caused a tsunami that flooded not only Okushiri Island but also the parts of the western side of the Oshima Peninsula in southwestern Hokkaido (), including by: Key words: Tsunamis, Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake, Okushiri Island.
Introduction The Hokkaido Nansei-Oki (southwest off Hokkaido) earthquake of J generated devastating tsunamis that caused significant damage in Japan, particularly 1993 book Okushiri Island.
(the hokkaido nansei-oki earthquake and tsunami of ) George Pararas-Carayannis On J a large earthquake off the west coast of Hokkaido and the small offshore island of Okushiri in the Sea of Japan/East Sea, generated a destructive tsunami.
The fault geometry and slip distribution of the Hokkaido Nansei-oki, Japan, earthquake of J are estimated using seismic wave, tsunami, and geodetic data. Abstract. The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake (M w Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake July 12 of Jis one of the largest tsunamigenic events in the Sea of tsunami magnitude M 1 is determined to be from the maximum amplitudes of the tsunami recorded on tide gauges.
This value is larger than M w by units. It is suggested that the tsunami potential of the Nansei-Oki earthquake is large for M by: The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake on July 12 produced one of the largest tsunamis in Japan's history. At local time ( UTC), the M s quake rocked the west coast of Hokkaido and the small, offshore island of Okushiri in the Sea of Japan, generating a major minutes, extremely large waves engulfed the Okushiri coastline and the central west coast of Hokkaido.
The M w = Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake of J was a fortuitous large-scale experiment which allowed the measurement of high-quality runup data and the inference of fairly unambiguous ground deformation contours due to its proximity to seismic instrument arrays in a locale where high-resolution bathymetry and topography data exist.
A fault plane model and a finite element hydrodynamic model are applied to the simulation of the Hokkaido Nansei-Oki tsunami of J The joint performance of the models is assessed based on the overall ability to reproduce observed tsunami waveforms and to preserve mass and energy during tsunami by: We present an analysis of the data dependency of surface-wave inversions for source parameters of the 12 July Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki, Japan, earthquake.
This dependency is demonstrated by differences between source mechanisms obtained from different data sets, particularly from Rayleigh waves or Love waves, although inversions of various data Cited by: The Hirahama coast faces the epicentral region of the Hokkaido-nansei-oki earthquake, which caused the well-known tsunami that devastated Okushiri Island.
The coast itself is rocky, but at Taisei it has a narrow plain and a beach consisting of sand and gravel. The tidal range is less than by: The M Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake that occurred on 12 July, at local time, produced a devastating tsunami wave that quickly hit Okushiri Island [1,2,3,4,5,6] (see Figure 1a–f).Approximately 4 min after the mainshock, a tsunami that was reported to be approximately 10 m high struck and swept away much of the urban area of the island’s Aonae by: 1.
The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki, Japan, earthquake (Mw = ) occurred at GMT on 12 Julyvery close to Okushiri Island, southwest of Hokkaido, Japan. The earth- quake, subsequent tsunamis, landslides, and fires resulted in deaths and 42 missing people. As this earthquake oc. During the Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki Earthquake(M=) of Jthe south-western part of the high-land area of Mt.
Komagatake (Fig. 1) suffered liquefaction damage causing differential settlements in 44 wooden houses in Akaigawa-area in Mori Town as reported by the local municipal office.
Similar damages were also found in the. The earthquake began on July 12 at 17 local time at latitude 42 47' North, ° 12' E at a depth recorded during the Hokkaido-nansei-oki earthquake are generally EERI SPECIAL EARTHQUAKE REPORT -AUGUST TSUNAMI locations --on the beach, in wrecked automobiles, and in.
In advance of this analysis, we will review the Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake in the next chapter. The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake The variety of focal mechanisms At 17 (GMT) on 12 Julythe volume-strain meter at KMU recorded an earthquake measuring magnitude on the Richter scale which occurred offCited by: 3.
The tsunami caused by the Hokkaido Nansei-Oki Earthquake (M=) on J brought severe damages over wide area along the Japan sea. The topical points of the Hokkaido Nansei-Oki Earthquake tsunami are: (1) This tsunami was generated at a location where earthquakes have not been observed before.(2) The runup of this tsunami records maximum height in the recent years.(3) Effects of Author: Toshifumi Mikami, Hidenori Shibaki, Chiaki Goto.
Remove all; Disconnect; The next video is starting. In a half year period oftwo large earthquakes, Kushiro oki on January 15 and Hokkaido Nansei-oki on J occurred in Japan causing much damage. These earthquakes also damaged such agricultural facilities as farm roads, irrigation and drainage canals and pipelines.
This paper describes the damageAuthor: S. Tani. Japan Sea Earthquake, the Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki Earthquake, the Chile Earthquake and the Great East Japan Earthquake were large enough to trigger the warning system for giant tsunamis. With the exception of the tsunami produced by the far off Chile Earthquake, each of these tsunamis resulted in at least people.
Four years after the 12 July Hokkaido–Nansei-oki earthquake tsunami, the sedimentary characteristics and facies of the onshore tsunami deposits were Author: Futoshi Nanayama.National Geophysical Data Center: The Hokkaido Nansei-Oki earthquake J (Boulder, CO: U.S.
Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Geophysical Data Center, [?]) (page images at HathiTrust).The Southwest Hokkaido Earthquake of Magnitude 7.
9 (J 17 JST) caused serious tsunami disasters in the southwestern part of Hokkaido, particularly on Okushiri Island (a tiny island off the southwest coast of Hokkaido with a population of about 4, at the time of earthquake).