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川崎, 昭如; 奥村, 真子; 吉田, 聡; 佐土原, 聡; 林, 春男; Akiyuki, KAWASAKI; Mako, Okumura; Satoshi, YOSHIDA; Satoru, SADOHARA; Haruo, HAYASHI; 横浜国立大学大学院環境情報研究院; 横浜国立大学工学部建設学科; 横浜国立大学大学院環境情報研究院; 横浜国立大学大学院環境情報研究院; 京都大学防災研究所; Graduate School of Environment & Information Science, Yokohama National University; Department of Architecture & Building Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University; Graduate School of Environment & Information Science, Yokohama National University; Graduate School of Environment & Information Science, Yokohama National University; Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University (2003)
Journal: 地域安全学会梗概集 = Proceedings of the annual conference of the Institute of Social Safety Science
Languages: Japanese
Types: Conference object
Subjects: GIS, WTC, Emergency Response and Risk Management

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ACM Ref: GeneralLiterature_MISCELLANEOUS, InformationSystems_DATABASEMANAGEMENT
In the 2001 WTC Building Collapse Disaster, GIS and related information technologies were utilized to many emergency response activities, because they have some experiences about the utilization of GIS as risk management systems. This paper summarizes key lessons learned concerning the role of GIS and related information technologies in emergency response, in order to develop the GIS for risk management in our country.
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