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April 2021. pp. 21-28
Abstract
This study examined the current status and vulnerability of climate change disasters, especially flood disasters in Hue City, Vietnam, one of the representative cultural heritage cities in developing countries, and analyzed the current state of climate change disaster prevention and the possibility of applying countermeasures. Through this, a method of preventing climate change disasters was sought while preserving the value and landscape of cultural heritage by utilizing urban planning measures.
본 연구에서는 개발도상국의 대표적 문화재 도시 중 하나인 베트남 후에시의 기후변화 재해 특히 홍수재해 관련한 현황, 취약성을 살펴보고 기후변화 재해예방 실태 분석 및 대책 적용 가능성을 살펴보았다. 이를 통해 도시계획적 대책을 활용하여 문화재 가치와 경관을 보전하면서 기후변화 재해를 예방하는 방법을 모색하였다.
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Information
  • Publisher :The Society of Cultural Heritage Disaster Prevention
  • Publisher(Ko) :문화재방재학회
  • Journal Title :Journal of the Society of Cultural Heritage Disaster Prevention
  • Journal Title(Ko) :문화재방재학회논문집
  • Volume : 6
  • No :1
  • Pages :21-28