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:::Geologic Investigation On Debris Flow Hazards
The Executive Yuan, basing on the concept on sustained development, initiated and launched the "Land Safety Program, Consolidated Executive Plan on Solution for Debris Flow Hazards". The core issues lie in conservation planning, utilization and management of the country's slopelands. The ultimate goal is improve and enhance conservation of state lands, safe guard fundamental construction and development, and mitigation of natural hazard impact on the society and the nation's economy. The Commission of Economic Development then assumed the role of a coalesce office, and organized the government Ministries and Departments for administrate the "Consolidated Executive Plan on Solution for Debris Flow Hazards". The Central Geological Survey is responsible for investigation on streams designated by the Agriculture Commission as potential debris flow streams in a previous investigation, and to conclude an investigation on potential occurrence of landslide-type debris flows in Taiwan Province. The schedule for these two topics is by area per fiscal year. The fiscal year 2002 saw completion of geological investigation for the potential debris flow streams and areas with potential landslide-type debris flow occurrence in the Taichung and Nantou Counties. Map sheets to scale of 1:25,000 on distribution of streams holding potentiality of debris flows in the Taichung and Nantou Counties.

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