Features of riparian forests in Japan
The landscapes of riparian ecosystems are so beautiful that they are often the subject of photographs, picture postcards, or paintings. These prints illustrate the harmony between forests and water. Riparian forests are of great importance because of their range of ecological functions, diversity, and services.
KeywordsDebris Flow Riparian Zone Riparian Forest Disturbance Regime Riparian Ecosystem
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