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Characteristics and depositional pattern of fluvial-flood deposits on the river mouth: case study of a fluvial-flooding event at 2009 in the Kushida River Delta, Ise Bay, central Japan
Journal of the Sedimentological Society of Japan
On October 2009, the typhoon No. 18 with a heavy rain passed the Ise Bay, central Japan, and caused a fluvial flooding at the Kushida River mouth. Here, drastic geomorphological changes on the coastal area by this fluvial flooding event were reported, and characteristics and depositional patterns of fluvial-flood sediments deposited on the tidal sand flat were described in detail. The geomorphological changes observed by this fluvial flooding event are following; 1) the spit on the right bankdoi:10.4096/jssj.70.81 fatcat:7dx3k2ebvjahdlmnrri7pijyaq