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HAYAKAWA Yuichi S. 様の 共著関連データベース

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+(A list of literatures under single or joint authorship with "HAYAKAWA Yuichi S.")

共著回数と共著者名 (a list of the joint author(s))

    13: HAYAKAWA Yuichi S.

    8: OGUCHI Takashi

    3: PAUDEL Uttam

    2: DOU Jie, MATSUKURA Yukinori, OBANAWA Hiroyuki, SAITO Hitoshi, UCHIYAMA Shoichiro, ZAHRA Tuba

    1: DOSHIDA Shoji, LIN Zhou, OGUCHI Takeshi, WASSMER Patrick, WOHL Ellen E.

発行年とタイトル (Title and year of the issue(s))

    2005: Recession Rate of Poudre Falls in Rocky Mountain Front Range, Colorado, USA [Net] [Bib]

    2006: Formation of fluvial knickzones in Japanese mountainous areas : A spatial analysis using GIS and DEMs(H51G 0550) [Net] [Bib]

    2008: Comparison of new and existing global digital elevation models: ASTER G DEM and SRTM 3 [Net] [Bib]

    2008: Post Volcanic Erosion Rates of Shomyo Falls in Tateyama, Central Japan [Net] [Bib]

    2010: Stability analysis of waterfall cliff face at Niagara Falls: An implication to erosional mechanism of waterfall [Net] [Bib]

    2011: Postglacial Recession Rates of Waterfalls in Alpine Glacial Valleys [Net] [Bib]

    2013: Analysis of river profiles and knickpoint distribution in relation to slope failures (HTT09 04) [Net] [Bib]

    2013: Spatial correspondence of knickzones and stream confluences along bedrock rivers in Japan: implications for hydraulic formation of knickzones [Net] [Bib]

    2013: Using back propagation networks to predict landslides based on an airborne LiDAR DEM (HTT09 05) [Net] [Bib]

    2014: Comparative analysis of knickpoint extraction using semi automatic and automatic methods (HTT08 04) [Net] [Bib]

    2014: Morphological Analysis of an Uplifted Coastal Terrace Using High Definition Topographic Data: Possible Erosion by High Waves of Tsunamis (34 8) [Net] [Bib]

    2015: Representation of landslide events and DEM sensitivity in relation to landslide susceptibility analysis (HTT09 02) [Net] [Bib]

    2015: Shallow and Deep Seated Landslide Differentiation Using Support Vector Machines: A Case Study of the Chuetsu Area, Japan [Net] [Bib]

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