publication . Article . 1996

Submerged Grove in Lake Onogawa.

Sato, Yasuhiro; Nakamura, Soken; Ochiai, Masahiro;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 1996 Journal: Japanese Journal of Limnology (Rikusuigaku Zasshi), volume 56, pages 45-48 (issn: 0021-5104, eissn: 1882-4897, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: The Japanese Society of Limnology
Abstract
Abstract : The first record by ultrasonic echo sounding on the distribution of the submerged standing trees on the bottom of Lake Onogawa is presented. Lake Onogawa is a dammed lake formed at the time of the eruption of the volcano Mt.Bandai in 1888. Since then the original vegetation of the dammed valley has remained submerged. Many submerged standing trees are distributed on the bottom within about 600m from the northeast end of the lake. The density of the trees in this area is sufficient to call thema submerged lake grove. The trees are sparsely distributed on the bottom of the central part of the lake, where residential and cultivated land of the submerged ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Ecology, Aquatic Science, Water Science and Technology, Archaeology, Geology
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publication . Article . 1996

Submerged Grove in Lake Onogawa.

Sato, Yasuhiro; Nakamura, Soken; Ochiai, Masahiro;