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Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture
In this study, we identified bottom environments suitable for habitation by Vargula hilgendorfii, or the sea-firefly, and the relationship between their habitats and the construction and maintenance of the sandy beach. The study areas included 7 observation lines at 5 sandy beaches in southern Osaka. The construction was assessed by the origin of sands and construction of artificial structures, and maintenance was assessed by leveling of sands and replenishment of sand. Bottom environments anddoi:10.5632/jila.75.451 fatcat:fra6oruiovebncw3uqfhi56ymm