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Magnitude, recurrence and relaxation path of sediment storage volume in mountainous stream, Oyabu Creek, Kyushu Island, Japan

Magnitude, recurrence and relaxation path of sediment storage volume in mountainous stream, Oyabu Creek, Kyushu Island, Japan

Chikei = Transactions - Japanese Geomorphological Union 26(3): 303

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