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    Title: 應用GIS和遙測於城市綠地管理框架:台灣對颱風脆弱度評估的改善;Gis and Remote Sensing Assessment Framework for Urban Greenspaces Vulnerability to Typhoons in Taiwan
    Authors: 劉說安
    Contributors: 國立中央大學太空及遙測研究中心
    Keywords: 颱風;脆弱度;損害;城市綠地;脆弱度評估框架;typhoons;vulnerability;damages;urban greenspace (UGS);vulnerability assessment framework
    Date: 2020-01-13
    Issue Date: 2020-01-13 14:14:17 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 科技部
    Abstract: 2016年我們獲科技部歐盟H2020先期規劃計畫支助,2017年與歐盟團隊共同提出Life Urbangreen計畫,2018/7/1獲歐盟Life Programme支助啟動,惟明訂補助對象為歐盟成員不包括我方,如附件支助協議(Grant Agreement)及成員協議(Partnership Agreement)。我方參與多項工作,如附件2018年簽訂合作協議(Non-disclosure Agreement)、Proposal for Life UrbanGreen Activities in Taiwan及B部分-技術總表和背景(Part B-technical summary and overall context of the project)。依科技部2018/12公告,我們具備提出本計畫資格。台灣為受颱風影響最嚴重的國家之一,本計畫落實參與Life Urbangreen計畫,並用遙測和GIS方法,增加一個城市綠地(Urban Greenspace; UGS)對颱風脆弱度評估的框架,以減輕颱風對UGS及市民的影響。第一年(6/1/2019~5/31/2020)分析颱風特徵及其對UGS影響;從衛星影像導出UGS資訊(生物和物理特徵),建立GIS數據庫。第二年(6/1/2020~5/31/2021)收集研究區域土壤數據,從土壤和遙測數據推導其特徵; 提出框架進行UGS對颱風脆弱度的評估;根據Life Urbangreen計畫,選定台北市示範區實現R3 GIS平台並測試。第三年(6/1/2021~5/31/2022)結合發展UGS對颱風脆弱度的評估,展示其對UGS管理的益處;成立促進歐盟協作研究辦公室,鞏固雙方合作。UGS對颱風脆弱度通過三特徵評估:(1)颱風特徵;(2)UGS特點;及(3)土壤成分,其綜合效應顯示UGS的樹木,在颱風威脅期間是否會遭破壞的機率,風險評估框架可以向有關當局提出預警,以減輕UGS與社區受颱風損害的程度。 ;We were awarded a grant under Horizon 2020 Advance Planning Programme of MOST for year 2016. Thus, we teamed up with EU scientists to propose Life Urbangreen in 2017. All partners from EU are subsequently funded under Life Program from 2018/7/1, but not Taiwan team as evidenced in “Grant Agreement” and “Partnership Agreement.” Our team participates in many works as indicated in “Non-disclosure Agreement” signed in 2018, “Proposal for Life UrbanGreen Activities in Taiwan” and “Part B-technical summary and overall context of the project.” We are eligible to propose this proposal in response to MOST’s 2018/12 call-for-proposal.This research proposes a vulnerable assessment framework of urban greenspaces (UGSs) to typhoons by using remote sensing and GIS approaches since Taiwan is one of the most typhoon exposed countries in the world. The main objective is to reduce potential damages caused by typhoons. For the first year (6/1/2019~5/31/2020), analyze the typhoon characteristics and identify the impacts of typhoons on the UGSs in Taiwan; derive the UGSs information (biological and physical features) from multi-sensor satellite images to build GIS database for the UGS server for further assessment. For the second year (6/1/2020~5/31/2021), derive the soil characteristics from the soil map and remote sensing data; propose an assessment framework to evaluate the vulnerability of the UGSs to typhoon in major cities in Taiwan; implement the R3 GIS platform and integrate it with new tools in testbed of Taipei City in accordance with the selected Actions in the Life Urbangreen Project. For the third year (6/1/2021~5/31/2022), the improved R3 GIS platform after integrating with new tools of assessing vulnerability of UGSs to typhoons will be tested and performed in accordance with selected Actions from the Life UrbanGreen Project for demonstration of its benefits to UGS management in Taiwan. Also, establish a Taiwan-EU Joint Research Promotion Office, aiming to promote and sustain bilateral cooperation.It is expected that research outcomes will provide a warning system to serve the related authorities for mitigating the damages of typhoons on UGSs and communities. The vulnerability of UGS in Taiwan to typhoon winds can be assessed via three components: (1) typhoon characteristics; (2) UGSs features; and (3) soil composition. These factors together will reveal the possibility whether trees in the UGS will fail during the threat of typhoons. Thus, the integration of all mentioned factors can provide a risk assessment approach-based framework that has a potential to provide a warning to related authorities with possible solutions for mitigating the damages of both public properties and UGS. Findings of this proposed study will be valid in three areas: 1. Incorporation of typhoon connections into the design or management of greenspace systems should be of high priority. 2. Increasing dialogue between government and scientists could be an important step towards an integrated thinking and learning methods that are required to effectively mitigate the impacts of typhoons on greenspaces of the city.3. A good understanding of typhoon influence on greenspaces may lead to improved vegetation protection strategies for mitigating the damages.
    Relation: 財團法人國家實驗研究院科技政策研究與資訊中心
    Appears in Collections:[太空及遙測研究中心] 研究計畫

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