Small-Scale Flume Experiment to Investigate the Influence of Check Dam Opening on Upstream Deposition
Application of Directional Analysis Window in Geomorphometry
Influence of Landslides on Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield in a Watershed
Modeling of Soil Quality for Assessing Soil Health: Improving Soil Functions Its Sustainability
Case Studies for the Investigation of Large-scale Potential Landslides
52(4):231-240Chia-Hao Lu Jia-Tung Chen* Ching-Hui Huang Chao-Chin Pai Zhong-Fu Xiao
Ming-Yan Li Zhi-Wei Huang Chia-Wei Wu Fang-Tzu Kuo
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Disaster Prevention Education for Soil and Water Conservation: A Case Study on Large-scale Landslide Disaster Prevention
52(4):241-252Shih-Meng Hsu* Yi-Fan Liao Ming-Chia Tung Yung-Sheng Lin Yu-Hui Lin
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|Shih-Meng Hsu* Yi-Fan Liao Ming-Chia Tung Yung-Sheng Lin Yu-Hui Lin
On the basis of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics and Design for Change education concepts, this study developed Taiwan’s first interactive teaching aid for the prevention of large-scale collapses and disasters. Learners can observe how rainfall induces deep-seated landslides by rapidly increasing groundwater
levels through the “Phenomena Observation” and “Stratum Structure” modules of the teaching aid. Furthermore, they
can use the “Remediation Methods” module to learn to mitigate and control disasters through various remediation
works. The “Interactive Platform” module can enhance learning effectiveness. Finally, this study used the borehole drilling results, groundwater monitoring wells, and self-developed water level measurement equipment to complete the construction of a virtual-real educational model that integrated the teaching aid and reality.
Key Words: Slopeland Disaster Prevention Education, Interactive Teaching Aids, Large-Scale Landslide Disasters
〔1〕Department of Harbor and River Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan, R.O.C.
〔2〕Soil and Water Conservation Bureau, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Nantou, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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