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From: Spatial distribution and sources of tsunami deposits in a narrow valley setting - insight from 2011 Tohoku-oki tsunami deposits in northeastern Japan

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Photographs taken in the study area. a Beach eroded and seawall broken by the 2011 tsunami (July 19, 2012). b Pond (Suijin-numa) (November 21, 2012). c Inundation limit at valley head in the upper main valley (July 18, 2012). d Tsunami sand layer covered with tsunami mud layer in the pond (April 11, 2013). Photograph sites are portrayed in Fig. 1b. TS, tsunami sand layer; TM, tsunami mud layer; PS, pond sediment. e, f Tsunami sand layer covered with tsunami mud layer (April 11, 2013). g, h Tsunami sand layer with four sub-units (April 11, 2013). e, g Raw photos. f, h Photos with interpretation of the structure of the tsunami deposit. Photograph sites are portrayed in Fig. 1b. TS, tsunami sand layer; TM, tsunami mud layer; MC, mud clasts

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