TXT-tool 4.886-1.1: Taiwan Typhoon Loss Assessment System (TLAS Taiwan) Web Tool

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Abstract

The Taiwan Typhoon Loss Assessment System (TLAS Taiwan) can be used to quickly estimate flood or landslide losses and then present the results spatially. For the purpose of disaster reduction, it can be used to conduct cost-benefit analyses of regulation projects. For disaster mitigation, it can have a role in land-use planning. During phases of disaster response, it can assist governments to find potential areas with large losses and then to distribute disaster prevention equipment based on the results. Finally, for disaster recovery, it can help to formulate financial plans for different regions based on the disaster loss amounts.

Keywords

Typhoon Flood Slope land disaster Loss assessment Subaerial GIS 

References

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Policy and Socio-Economics DivisionNational Science and Technology Center for Disaster ReductionNew Taipei CityTaiwan, ROC
  2. 2.Information DivisionNational Science and Technology Center for Disaster ReductionNew TaipeiTaiwan, ROC

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