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Tsunami deposits from the coastal lowland of Minami-Izu and Kisami, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Shizuoka Daigaku chikyū kagaku kenkyū hōkoku
The coastal lowland areas of Minami-Izu and Shimoda, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, have been inundated by at least two tsunamis with wave heights of 5-6m during the past 400 years. Previous studies have analyzed the stratigraphy and paleoenviromental setting of Holocene terrestrial deposits in these areas based on one outcrop and sediment cores (8-11m long) from 13 sites, searching for evidence of tsunami deposits. These analyses yielded no evidence for pre-historical tsunami deposits. In thedoi:10.51053/shizuoka.42.0_15 fatcat:ndppgy6zu5auxj6i4qqzdz4aau