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Japan Wisteria Hokkaido land.pdf


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Kyushu, above and below


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Below, Inland Sea from Shikoku toward Honshu


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Below, Iwate area. Hayachine Dam.


(from Google) Mt. Hayachine, at 1917 meters, is the tallest of the Kitakami mountains. ... Mt. Hayachine is also known as a treasure trove of alpine plants. ...kenji.cnu.ac.kr/kenji/ihatov/climate/hayatine.html (from Google)

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Above, Hayachine Dam.

Thesis by my graduate student, Rie Miyazaki, The Effect of Hayachine Dam on Downstream Aquatic Communities, U. of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, 2006., 549 pp.

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Above, river in study area.

Below, scenery in hills and mountains above river and dam.


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to be continued