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Maples (Acer, Sapindaceae) in Miyajima Island, SW Japan.
creator
UCHIDA, Shinji
NAKAHARA-TSUBOTA, Miho
subject
紅葉
植栽
野生種
観光資源
生物多様性
autumnal tints
planting
native species
tourism resources
biodiversity
abstract
Maples (Acer, Sapindaceae) are symbolic plants of Miyajima (Itsukushima) Island in the Seto Inland Sea, Hiroshima Prefecture, southwest Japan. The history of the maples on the island is documented since the 1800s (the late Edo Period) based on old drawings and historical documents with biological and natural disaster backgrounds. According to the historical information, the present landscape with many planted maple trees in the Momiji-dani Park region of the island was probably established after the devastating debris flow on September 17, 1945 by the Typhoon Ida, known in Japan as Makurazaki Typhoon. At this time the Itsukushima Shrine was severely damaged by an estimated 18,000 m3 of sediment which originated from the vegetated landscape. Five species of maples, one native species, Acer rufinerve Siebold & Zucc., and four planted, A. amoenum Carrière, A. buergerianum Miq., A. palmatum Thunb. and A. sieboldianum Miq., are also described for the island.
journal title
Studies of the Itsukushima Island
issue
Issue 17
start page
1
end page
14
date of issued
2021-03-31
publisher
世界遺産・厳島-内海の歴史と文化プロジェクト研究センター
ncid
language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
department
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life
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