(Last updated : 2021-02-04 13:42:12)
  YOUSUKE KOMATSU
   Department   Department of Geography, Faculty of Geo-Environmental Science
   Position   Professor
■ Present specialized field
Geomorphology, Hydrology, Disaster Science, Regional studies, Hydraulics 
■ Book and thesis
1. Article Role of spatial variability of rainfall intensity: improvement of Eagleson's classical model to explain the relationship between the coefficient of variation of annual maximum discharge and catchment size Hydrological Processes 20,pp.1335-1346 (Collaboration) 2006/03
2. Article The role of subsurface runoff through bedrock on storm flow generation Hydrological Processes. 15,pp.1693-1706 (Collaboration) 2001/07
3. Article Runoff and chemical Characteristics in stream water of hilly headwater basins underlain by gravel and weathered granite Journal of Japan Society of Hydrology & Water Resources pp.229-238 (Collaboration) 2001/05
4. Article The Delayed Runoff Hydrograph : a Possibility for Bedrock Groundwator Outflow. Journal of Japanese Association of Hydrological Sciences pp.49-58 (Collaboration) 2001/05
5. Article Some geotechnical properties of clayey soils of weathered serpentinite Annual Report of the Institute of Geoscience, the University of Tsukuba 26,pp.21-23 (Collaboration) 2000/12
6. Article Geomorphological characteristics of serpentinite mountains by two definitions of drainage network Geographical Review of Japan pp.30-42 (Single) 1999/01
7. Article Possibility for predicting landslide occurrence by analyzing the runoff peak Response time  pp.48-52 (Collaboration) 1999/01
8. Article Spatial variation in specific discharge of baseflow in a small catchments, oe-yame region, western Japan Journal of Japan Society of Hydrology and water resources 9(6),pp.489-497 (Collaboration) 1996/12
■ Book and thesis
1. Other Field Excursion Guide, 5th ICG, One-day Excursion D03 + D04, Tsukuba Science City and the Tone River.  pp.18 (Collaboration) 2001/08
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2002~  Relationship between flood runoff peak and drainage network development  (Key Word : )
2. 2001/04~2002/03  Mecanism of deep-seated landslide using by experimental method  (Key Word : )
3. 2001/04~2002/03  Mecanism of deep-seated landslide using by experimental method   (Key Word : landslide, model experiment, deep-seated landslide)
4. 2001/04~2002/03  Valley landform development in Yake-dake volcano since 1962  (Key Word : drainage network, valley, gully erosion, geological structure, aerial photograph)
5. 1998/04~1999/03  Change in bedrock groundwater level and rainfall-runoff processes related to large-scale landslide  (Key Word : large-scale landslide, deep-seeted landslide, bedrock acquifer, rainfall-runoff process)
6. 1997/04~1998/03  Hydrological processes and landforms in serpentinite mountain  (Key Word : )
7. 1996/04~1997/03  Distribution in baseflow discharge and variation in grounwater level in and around Oe-yama serpentinite mountain area   (Key Word : serpentinite, basefkow discharge, groundwater level, seasonal change)
8. 1995/04~1996/03  Geomorphological processes on serpentinite mountains  (Key Word : Serpentinite,landform,valley)
9. 1995~2001  Effect of bedrock groundwater on occurrence of largesize landslide  (Key Word : bedrock groundwater,landslide,runoff)
■ Academic background
1. 1994/04~1999/03 〔Doctoral course〕, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Completed,
2. 1992/04~1994/03 〔Master degree program〕, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Completed,
3. 1988/04~1992/03 Aichi University of Education, Graduated,
■ Belonging society
1. 1996~2008/08 American Geophysical Union