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This paper addresses the effect of revegetation on forest soil development and water infiltration rates in the shallow landslide scars of slopes covered by volcanic ash and pumice fall. The number of trees and tree species peaked approximately 10 years after the occurrence of the shallow landslides, and then declined with time. Approximately 40 years after the occurrence of the landslides, an apparent steady state was achieved. Based on the temporal variation of the Fisher-Williams' index ofdoi:10.7132/jrcsa.20_1_63 fatcat:7jp7ez5fbrb3tkdvhbifpxliky