Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain

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Abstract

Valleys dissecting the Pleistocene terraces are well developed in the Kanto Plain. Some valleys dissecting the fluvial uplands, such as the Musashino and Sagamino uplands, have long, poor-branched and gutter-shaped forms. These valleys are estimated to have been formed by the reciprocal processes of tephra deposition and the remnant stream erosion. Valleys in marine-origin uplands show different features from those of fluvial-origin uplands. Asymmetrical valleys are also seen in valleys dissecting the Kanto Plain. -from Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGeographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University
Pages125-138
Number of pages14
Volume25
Publication statusPublished - 1990
Externally publishedYes

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Kubo, S. (1990). Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain. In Geographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University (Vol. 25, pp. 125-138)

Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain. / Kubo, Sumiko.

Geographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University. Vol. 25 1990. p. 125-138.

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Kubo, S 1990, Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain. in Geographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University. vol. 25, pp. 125-138.
Kubo S. Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain. In Geographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University. Vol. 25. 1990. p. 125-138
Kubo, Sumiko. / Geomorphological features of valleys dissecting the uplands of the Kanto Plain. Geographical Reports - Tokyo Metropolitan University. Vol. 25 1990. pp. 125-138
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