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Planning and Design in Kesennuma: Remember, Reconnect, Reform

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Before the 2011 disaster, Kesennuma was a key city on the Sanriku coast, with a population of 75,000. Major industries included fishing, marine products processing, and shipbuilding. While the ria geography of the coast provides a wealth of natural resources, disaster risk comes along with it.

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  • River Mouth
  • Disaster Risk
  • Community Planning
  • Reconstruction Project
  • Great East Japan Earthquake

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Yan, W., Roggema, R., Middleton, L. (2017). Planning and Design in Kesennuma: Remember, Reconnect, Reform. In: Roggema, R., Yan, W. (eds) Tsunami and Fukushima Disaster: Design for Reconstruction. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-56742-6_7

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