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Environmental Implications of Japan's Geology 14, Isolated mountain valleys, Kitakami Highlands, near Mt. Komagatake

Abstract

Isolated mountain valleys, Kitakami Highlands, near Mt. Komagatake. -- Many valleys in Japan with enough flat land to support a village or town are separated from each other by mountainous terrain. Here two such valleys can be seen, one in the left foreground, the other in the middle distance on the right. Small settlements are present in each of these valleys. Recent road and railroad construction has improved communication, but for much of their history, many Japanese villages were relatively isolated from the rest of the country.

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Publisher
Earlham College
PID
coccc:22810
Extent
1500 w x 1002 h, 150ppi