河合 隆行 (カワイ タカユキ)

KAWAI Takayuki

写真a

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大学院国際資源学研究科 

研究分野・キーワード

自然地理、水文水資源、地下水、水文地質

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    1999年03月

    法政大学   文学部   地理学科   卒業

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    2006年03月

    鳥取大学  連合農学研究科  博士後期課程  修了

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  • 鳥取大学 -  博士(農学)

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  • 2021年12月
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    継続中

    秋田大学   大学院国際資源学研究科   准教授  

 

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  • Construction of Virtual Reality Space of the Tottori Sand Dunes using UAVs

    SAITO Tadaomi, KAWAI Takayuki, OKASHITA Kisumi, INOSAKO Koji

    沙漠研究 ( 日本沙漠学会 )  32 ( S ) 187 - 191   2022年12月

    ISSN:09176985

    <p>The Tottori Sand Dunes, located along Japan’s Sanin Coast, are a UNESCO Global Geopark and a popular tourist attraction with millions of annual visitors. However, the tourism opportunities offered by them are hampered by such problems as severe meteorological conditions and vast, undulating landscapes. Constructing a virtual reality (VR) space might be one solution to these problems. Recently, a technique that combined unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) and structure from motion (SfM) photogrammetry has been attracting attention for generating 3D models. The main objective of this paper is to construct a VR space of the Tottori Sand Dunes using 3D models generated from UAVs. Another objective is to examine optimal photography conditions and model generation conditions to create beautiful but small 3D models for the construction of a VR space. Two types of UAVs were used to acquire the image data. Metashape (Agisoft) was used as the SfM software for data processing. A cross-platform game engine called Unity (Unity Software Inc.) was used to construct the VR spaces. VIVE Cosmos (HTC) was employed as a head-mounted display (HMD) with controllers for the VR system. As the results, the VR space was successfully constructed in Unity using a 3D model generated by a combination of UAV techniques and SfM photogrammetry. The optimal photography and model generation conditions were determined and used to generate beautiful 3D models for the construction of a VR space.</p>

    DOI CiNii Research

  • Water level change of Lake Tana, source of the Blue Nile: Prediction using teleconnections with sea surface temperatures

    Yasuda H.

    Journal of Great Lakes Research ( Journal of Great Lakes Research )  48 ( 2 ) 468 - 477   2022年04月  [査読有り]

    ISSN:03801330

    国際共著

    DOI

  • Ground penetrating radar for soil-water measurement in a semi-arid climate in the Orkhon River basin, central Mongolia

    Amarsaikhan Tsogtbaatar, Takayuki Kawai, Motoyuki Sato

    EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS ( TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD )    2021年04月

    ISSN:0812-3985

    In this paper, we present a velocity analysis technique using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) data to estimate near-surface soil-water content affected by topography and solar radiation on a mountain peak, mountain mid-slope, and alluvial plain sites in a semi-arid climate area in central Asia. By making precise measurements of reflected EM wave velocity, the water content in the near-surface soil was determined. The GPR experiments at several frequencies were carried out in two sequential phases (comprising common-offset and multi-offset methods) to obtain the soil-water content and illustrate the subsurface structure. We then tried to determine the relationship between near-surface moisture content and permafrost thawing. Therefore, we used several different methods including time-domain reflectometry and a resistivity survey. We also confirmed via the GPR data that vegetation cover indicates soil-water content in the near-surface soil. The results evaluated in this study provide meaningful information about soil water as well as subsurface structures. The GPR data acquired at the survey sites indicated a large range of near-surface water content due to the topography of the survey lines.

    DOI

  • Agroecology-based soil erosion assessment for better conservation planning in Ethiopian river basins

    Ayele Almaw Fenta, Atsushi Tsunekawa, Nigussie Haregeweyn, Mitsuru Tsubo, Hiroshi Yasuda, Takayuki Kawai, Kindiye Ebabu, Mulatu Liyew Berihun, Ashebir Sewale Belay, Dagnenet Sultan

    ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH ( ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE )  195   2021年04月

    ISSN:0013-9351

    Soil erosion by water is one of the main environmental concerns in Ethiopia. Several studies have examined this at plot and watershed scales, but no systematic study of soil erosion severity and management solutions at national scale is available. This study investigated soil erosion and the potential of land-cover- and agroecology-specific land management practices in reducing soil loss through employing the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation and the best available datasets. The mean rate of soil loss by water erosion in Ethiopia was estimated as 16.5 t ha(-1) yr(-1), with an annual gross soil loss of ca. 1.9 x 10(9) t, of which the net soil loss was estimated as ca. 410 x 10(6) t (22% of the gross soil loss). Soil loss varied across land cover types, 15 agroecological zones, and 10 river basins, with the main contributors in the respective analyses being cropland (ca. 23% of Ethiopia; 50% of the soil loss; mean soil loss rate of 36.5 t ha(-1) yr(-1)), Moist Weyna Dega (ca. 10%; 20%; 33.3 t ha(-1) yr(-1)), and the Abay basin (ca. 15%; 30%; 32.8 t ha(-1) yr(-1)). Our results show that ca. 25% of Ethiopia (28 x 10(6) ha) has soil loss rates above 10 t ha(-1) yr(-1), which is higher than the tolerable soil loss limits estimated for Ethiopia. Ex-ante analysis revealed that implementation of land-cover- and agroecology-specific land management practices (level bunds, graded bunds, trenches, and exclosures combined with trenches and/or bunds) in such areas could reduce the mean soil loss rate from 16.5 t ha(-1) yr(-1) to 5.3 t ha(-1) yr(-1) (mean, by ca. 68%; range, 65-70%). Suitable land management practices in the Abay and Tekeze basins and Dega and Weyna Dega agroecologies, which experience particularly severe erosion, would account for ca. 50 and 70% of the estimated soil loss reduction, respectively. This study can help raise awareness among policy makers and land managers of the extent and severity of soil loss by water erosion for better conservation planning in river basins to support sustainable use of land and water resources.

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  • 鳥取県におけるモミの分布

    前田雄一, 河合隆行, 矢部 浩, 小山 敢, 土屋竜太

    樹木医学研究   23 ( 1 ) 40 - 41   2019年01月

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  • 都市部の人を森林へ誘うための試み

    前田雄一, 矢部 浩, 小山 敢, 中村徳和, 河合隆行, 土屋竜太

    樹木医学研究   22 ( 2 ) 113 - 114   2018年04月

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  • 鳥取市の広葉樹緑化木に発生していた日焼け被害

    前田雄一, 河合隆行, 土屋竜太, 小山 敢, 矢部 浩

    樹木医学研究 ( 樹木医学会 )  21 ( 4 ) 201 - 208   2017年09月

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  • 強度の枝打ち後に発生したヒノキ林の立ち枯れ被害_速報

    前田雄一, 河合隆行, 土屋竜太, 中村徳和, 矢部 浩, 小山 敢

    樹木医学研究   21 ( 1 ) 20 - 21   2017年04月

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  • 広葉樹緑化木に発生していた日焼け被害

    前田雄一, 河合隆行, 土屋竜太, 小山 敢, 矢部 浩

    樹木医学研究   20 ( 3 ) 138   2017年01月

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  • Influence of polacrylamede application on structure stability of Ethiopian soils

    Fujimaki H, Kawai T, Mamedov A.L

    10th International congress on the Soil resources and environment conservation  2018年10月  -  2018年10月   

  • Aerial photogrammetry and three-dimensional modeling of the Tottori sand dune using UAV

    Saito, T, Kawai, T, Inosako, K, Yasuda, H

    Desert Technology 13 International Conference  2018年03月  -  2018年03月   

  • Estimation of hydrogeological structure combining groundwater-aeration-sound, ground-penetrating- radar and resistivity tomography in semi-arid area

    Takayuki Kawai, Motoyuki Sato, Yasuyuki Tada, Ryota Tsuchiya, Yuki Morinaga, Masato Shinoda, Seiichirou Kuroda, Hiroshi Yasuda

    Desert Technology 13 International Conference  2018年03月  -  2018年03月   

  • NMR and GPR sounding to characterize groundwater aquifer in sand dunes area

    Chisato Konishi, Kunio Aoike, Takayuki Kawai, Seiichiro Kuroda

    Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems 2017  2017年03月  -  2017年03月