|Name||RECCA Nagoya 2050|
|Address||AIST-west, 16-1 Onogawa, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8569, JAPAN|
Nagoya city area, concentrated population near the railroad stations, difference between 2050s and 2000s, sub-scenario of tsunami, strong earthquake and liquefaction，version 1.
|North bound latitude||35.42|
|West bound longitude||136.77|
|South bound latitude||34.97|
|Dimension Name||Dimension Size (slice number of the dimension)||Resolution Unit|
|Keyword Type||Keyword||Keyword thesaurus Name|
|place||Asia, Eastern Asia, Japan||No_Dictionary|
|theme||Human Dimensions > Habitat Conversion/Fragmentation > Urbanization/Urban Sprawl, Human Dimensions > Environmental Impacts, Human Dimensions > Public Health > Environmental Health Factors||GCMD_science|
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The datasets are graphic files with Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). One file is approximately 4MB. The dataset name is Day-time_Items_Scenario (in Japanese). These figures are difference between 2050s and 2000s. There are five items: difference of monthly average for WBGT at 2 p.m. in August (unit: C), difference of monthly average for temperature at 2 p.m. in August, difference of monthly average for total number of the people who has difficulty going to sleep per a mesh in August, difference of monthly average for loss of life expectancy in year (summation in a mesh) due to heat stroke and difficulty going to sleep in August, and difference of monthly average for number of ambulance transportation due to heat stroke in August. The basic scenario for urban area is concentrated population within 800 m area from the railroad stations with high-rise buildings. There are three sub-scenarios against the Tonankai Earthquake: countermeasure for tsunami, countermeasure for severe shock, and countermeasure for liquefaction. There are 15 figures in total.
The data “RECCA_AH0_Nagoya” was used as basic anthropogenic heat to calculate that in 2050s. The rate for increase of population was multiplied to the basic anthropogenic heat on the grid points near the railroad stations. Saving energy rate was multiplied to all the grid points in entire area. The land use is different each other in the sub-scenarios against Tonankai Earthquake.
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