2 edition of Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan, Kanto Plain area found in the catalog.
Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan, Kanto Plain area
Morris E. Austin
by General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Natural Resources Section in [Tokyo]
Written in English
|Statement||[rev. and ed. by C.L.W. Swanson and others]|
|Series||Supreme Commander for Allied Powers Natural Resources Section., Report ;, no. 110-A|
|Contributions||Swanson, Carl Loyal William, 1910- ed.|
|LC Classifications||HC461 .S8 no. 110-A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||49002757|
The Kanto plain covers an area o km 2 and is surrounded by the Tanzawa, Kanto, Asio and Yamizo mountain ranges. Many tributaries of the Tone, Watarase, Kinu, Kokai, Naka, Arakawa, Tama and Sugami Rivers emerge from the peripheral mountain ranges in this region and flow through its low land areas, including the Tokyo city area, ending in Tokyo Bay (). Canned Crab Industry of Japan. Report No. 52 p., 17 figs. Reconnaissance Soil Survey of Japan. Kanto Plain Area. Report No. A. 72 p., 1 fig., 1 pl., 9 maps. English-JapaneseTerms. Mining and Petroleum In In Gardens of Hawaii.-Abook "intended for use by amateurs as a floral guide to Hawaii.
3 Conditions are neatly summarized in "Reconnaissance Soil Survey ofJapan: Kanto Plain Area," Natural Resoturces Section Rept. No. 1 1 o-A, General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Tokyo, , pp. This study discusses nitrogen adsorption in several soil samples of the Kanto loam collected from two locations in the Kanto plain. Their chemical properties were assessed on each of the soil samples as well as on pure allophane clay by instrumental analysis using batch and soil column tests. Site investigation and data reconnaissance plays.
Japan - Japan - Soils: The soils of Japan are customarily divided from northeast to southwest into a weak podzolic (soils with a thin organic mineral layer over a gray leached layer) zone, a brown earth zone, and a red earth zone. There are some local variations. The northern half of the Tōhoku area of northern Honshu is included in the area of brown forest soils. The soil C stock at 0– cm was ± kg m-2 (mean ± sample standard deviation) and the ratio of the soil C stock at 0–30 cm to that at 0– cm was ± (mean ± sample.
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Reconnaissance Soil Survey Reports Following reports for the listed years are available on request, please contact our office for further assistance. Azad Jammu & Kashmir Lyallpur Area (Sandal Bar and Kamalia Plain), Gujrat District.
Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan, Kanto Plain area. [Tokyo] General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Natural Resources Section  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Morris E Austin; Carl Loyal William Swanson, BOOKS: PDF Only.
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Tokyo Metropolis (or Tokyo) is located in the southern part of the Kanto Plane, which is the largest plain in Japan (Figure ).It is bordered by the Edogawa River and Chiba Prefecture in the east, mountainous areas of Yamanashi Prefecture in the west and Saitama Prefecture in the north, and the Tamagawa River, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the Tokyo Bay in the by: 1.
adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. An overview of the geotechnical aspects of the building damage in the Off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku earthquake is presented based on field reconnaissance made after the quake.
It is shown that: (1) extensive soil liquefaction occurred Author: Kohji Tokimatsu, Shuji Tamura, Hiroko Suzuki, Kota Katsumata. Thus, although the name as originally proposed is now passing out of the picture, elements of that name and the concept it represented are still in use.
REFERENCES Austin, M.E., Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan -- Kanto plain area. Gen. Head- quarters, SCAP, Natural Resources Section Report ll0-A, pp. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance (GEER) Geotechnical Quick Report on the Kanto Plain Region during the MaOff Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake, Japan by Scott A. Ashford, Ross W. Boulanger, Jennifer L. Donahue, and Jonathan P. Stewart April 5, Acknowledgments for Field Reconnaissance.
typhoon lan reconnaissance field survey in coasts of kanto region, japan January Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers Ser B3 (Ocean Engineering) Md. Rezuanul Islam (Fahim). At the request of Goldenlay Pvt Ltd, a detailed reconnaissance soil survey of Kafubu farm was carried out over the period 22 – 25 December The purpose of the soil survey was to delineate and map all soils that are suitable for crop production under both rainfed and irrigated farming.
Twenty-one series representing raw mineral soils, lithosols, ferruginous tropical soils, ferrisols and hydromorphic soils are recognised.
Parent materials include quartzites, granites, gneisses and schists of the Basement Complex and Cretaceous sandstones. Associations (9) and land-use and land capability classes are mapped on the scale 1: 50, The survey followed the latest USDA-NRCS norms and standards for the fourth-order extensive soil survey, called as reconnaissance survey.
Field mapping was completed by describing one point per ha making a total of 8, observation points in the entire state, covering an area of 16, km 2.
To support fi eld mapping, typical soil pro. In Japan, a significant dieback of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica ) has been observed in the Kanto Plain around Tokyo since the s. Possible factors causing the decline include the direct effects of oxidants (Takahashi et al., ), soil acidification (Nashimoto et al., ), and water stress (Matsumoto et al., The survey followed the latest USDA-NRCS norms and standards for the fourth-order extensive soil survey, called as reconnaissance survey.
Field mapping was completed by describing one point per ha making a total of 8, observation points in the entire state, covering an area of 16, km 2. Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan, Nagoya area.
[Tokyo] General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, National Resources Section, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ellis J Kohler.
Staff of the Soil Survey Division. Soils and Analytical Services Branch. Division of Agriculture. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Malaysia, under the Supervision of Law, W.M. Maand also the subsequent aftershocks, soil liquefaction related damages to life lines, infrastructures and residential houses were widely spread over various regions on Kanto plain, and “soil liquefaction” again has become one of the important issues for natural disaster mitigations and reductions, since Niigata Earthquake.
Get this from a library. Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan: summary. [Thomas E Ritchie; United States. Adjutant-General's Office.]. For use in a nationwide geochemical mapping project, stream sediment samples were collected in eastern Japan including the nation's capital, Tokyo. The 51 elements were determined using ICP-AES and ICP-MS; their spatial distribution maps were created using.
The Japanese Geotechnical Society (JGS) and the Kanto Regional Development Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT).
Report on Reconnaissance Survey of Comprehensive Information about Liquefaction during the Off the Pacific Coast Of Tohoku, Japan Earthquake in Kanto Region (in Japanese).Get this from a library!
Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan: Northern Honshu area. [Harry Crawford Mortlock; United States. Adjutant-General's Office.]. In the Kanto Plain, Japan, deposition of locally derived soil particles is typically observed from January to May, and this was assumed to be the cause of the increase in deposition of Cs from winter to spring (Hirose, ).