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Agricultural and Forestry Reconstruction After the Great East Japan Earthquake
Reconstruction support of the disaster-stricken areas in the city of Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, was started in May 2011. Sediment transported from the sea by the tsunami was from 5 to 10 cm thick on surface of the paddy fi elds. The tsunami sediment was mixed with the original soil of the paddy fi elds, and mole drains were formed to improve water drainage toward the lower layer. Subsequently, rainwater alone was used for salt removal. However, the pyrite in the soil had gradually oxidizeddoi:10.1007/978-4-431-55558-2_4 fatcat:kptzyptktrfxvoy3qmw2i6um5u