This research was conducted for one year in order to study the public hazard perception and adjustment behavior for debris flow under climate change in the Da-Tong Township, I-Lan County. According to the survey from the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau of COA, there are 42 potential streams of debris flow in the Da-Tong township of I-Lan County, which are densely covered in the territory of the township, posing a great threat to local residents. In recent years, many debris flow events have occurred successively in the Da-Tong township during the typhoon season. Relevant research on the disaster protection has become an urgent need. Through literature analysis, field observation, and in-depth interviews, this study will understand the local residents' views on the debris flow hazards and the adjustment behavior during the disaster prevention and mitigation period. In addition, this research would like to provide reference for relevant government departments in disaster prevention and mitigation efforts.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2019/07/31|
- Natural Hazard
- Debris Flow
- Disaster Presentation and Mitigation
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