Simple One-Dimensional Dam Breach and Flood Route Models for Tributary-Dammed Lake: A Case Study of the Laonong River in Southern Taiwan
Constructing Approximated Three-Dimensional Fracture Surfaces of Deep- Seated Landslides by Using Volume Constraints and Smooth Minimal Surfaces
50(4):143-153Chih-Yu Kuo  Ya-Hsin Chan  * Pi-Wen Tsai  Rou-Fei Chen 
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Formation and Dam Breach Analysis of the 2018 Hokkaido Iburi- Tobu Earthquake–Induced Landslide Dam in Atsuma Town, Japan
Multilevel Governance to Integrate Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Policies: a Large-Scale Landslide Area in Shi-Ding District, New Taipei City as an Example
50(4):166-177Chin-Yu He* Ching-Pin Tung Chin-Lun Wang Yong-Jun Lin
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|Multilevel Governance to Integrate Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Policies: a Large-Scale Landslide Area in Shi-Ding District, New Taipei City as an Example|
|Chin-Yu He* Ching-Pin Tung Chin-Lun Wang Yong-Jun Lin|
Numerous scholars have argued that climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) have overlapping goals and similar strategies. However, the process of integration tends to encounter particular
challenges. Most studies have claimed that the paramount difficulty was attributable to the two frameworks having
their own independent administrative promotion structures. The implementation of climate policy has been greatly
affected by multilevel governance (MLG). In the process of integrating DRR and CCA, MLG capability and the interrelationships between its various levels are important. The study presents the case of an emerging large-scale landslide hazard. In this study, we present an application of MLG and CCA to the large-scale landslide area in Shi-Ding District,New Taipei City. Considering the CCA pathway method as a tool and taking an emerging landslide hazard as an example to illustrate the relationship between multilevel capability assessment and environmental load. Besides, to minimize the systemic risk of internal conflicts, the capacity between the various levels must be considered to coordinate internal strategy formulation.
Key Words: climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, multi-level governance, adaptation pathway, integration
〔1〕Department of Bioenvironmental System Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
〔2〕Soil and Water Conservation Bureau, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Nantou, Taiwan, R.O.C.
〔3〕Center for Weather Climate and Disaster Research, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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