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The mudflow of the active volcani - Mt. Sakurajima



The mudflow of the active volcani - Mt. Sakurajima



Proceedings of the South East Asian Regional Symposium on Problems of Soil Erosion and Sedimentation: 49-56



Mudflows are of frequent occurrence on the slopes of Mt. Sakurajima.

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