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Over the two-day period of 19-20 July, 2003, the Kyushu area of Japan was hit with heavy rainfall, causing many kinds of disasters in various areas. A total of 1,352 houses were flooded in Fukuoka City when the Mikasa River overflowed its banks. For our research, the flooded area was estimated by a threedimensional (3D) Geographic Information Systems (GIS). A high-resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM) (10 m meshed grid) has been integrated with GIS so as to construct a 3D GIS model in thedoi:10.2495/risk060251 fatcat:g2agvskd6bhxjcdllegra7d6ji