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Establishment of forest management methods to balance disaster mitigation function with timber production function has been sought in Japan. Forest maturity is thought to have improved its function to mitigate slope failures and flood disasters contributed by the reinforcing effect of slope stability by root system. It is ideal to avoid cutting down of forests with disaster occurrence risk. However, when cutting down of trees might be unavoidable for production of timber, harvested forestdoi:10.2495/ws210061 fatcat:5lvur26obrf5zljya6dotlokhm