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Estimation of the Natural Damage Disaster Considering the Spatial Autocorrelation and Urban Characteristics
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Estimation of the Natural Damage Disaster Considering the Spatial Autocorrelation and Urban Characteristics
Seo, Man Whoon; Lee, Jae Song; Choi, Yeol;
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 Abstract
This study aims to analyze the effects of urban characteristics on the amount of damage caused by natural disasters. It is focused on the areas of a municipal level in Korea. Also, it takes into account the spatial autocorrelation of the damage caused by natural disasters. Moran`s I statistics was estimated to examine the spatial autocorrelation in the damage from the study area. Subsequent to evaluating the suitability for spatial regression models and the OLS regression model, the spatial lag model was employed as an empirical analysis for the study. It showed that the increase in residential area leads to the decrease in the amount of natural disaster damage. On the other hand, the increase in green area and river basin is associated with the increase in the damage. As a result of empirical analysis, appropriate policy establishment and implementation about the damage-adding factors is needed in order to reduce the amount of damage in the future.
 Keywords
Factors of urban characteristics;Damaged caused by natural disaster;Spatial autocorrelation;Spatial regression model;
 Language
Korean
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