The Dilemma of Boundaries

Toward a New Concept of Catchment

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ISBN: 978-4-431-54034-2 (Print) 978-4-431-54035-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 9-15

      Codification of International Law for Transboundary Aquifers by the United Nations

  3. Ignored Linkage Between Surface and Subsurface Environments

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      Pages 17-17

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      Pages 19-24

      Introduction

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      Pages 25-35

      Linkages Beyond the Surface–Subsurface and Land–Ocean Boundaries for Better Environmental Management in Asia

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      Pages 37-53

      The Nitrate–Arsenic Boundary as an Important Concept in Aquatic Environmental Studies

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      Pages 55-66

      A Radon-Based Mass Balance Model for Assessing Groundwater Inflows to Lakes

  4. Transboundary Linkage of Land and Ocean

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      Pages 67-67

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      Pages 69-71

      Introduction

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      Pages 73-85

      “Giant Fish-Breeding Forest”: A New Environmental System Linking Continental Watershed with Open Water

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      Pages 87-105

      Numerical Simulation of Dissolved Iron Production and Transport in the Amur River and the Sea of Okhotsk

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      Pages 107-114

      Transportation of Marine-Derived Nutrients (MDN) onto Land by Anadromous Fish: A Survey with Reference to Pacific Salmon in the Russian Far East

  5. Impacts of Human-Made Boundaries

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 115-115

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      Pages 117-121

      Introduction

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      Pages 123-143

      National Boundaries and the Fragmentation of Governance Systems: Amur-Okhotsk Ecosystem from the Legal and Political Perspective

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      Pages 145-160

      History of ‘Uotsukirin’ (Fish-Breeding Forests) in Japan

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      Pages 161-176

      Integrating Groundwater Boundary Matters into Catchment Management

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      Pages 177-189

      A Boundary Between Surface Water and Groundwater in Japanese Legal System: Its Consequences and Implications

  6. Challenge for New Management Beyond the Boundaries

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 191-191

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      Pages 193-197

      Introduction

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      Pages 199-209

      The Helsinki Convention: 35 Years and Three Eras in Bridging Boundaries to Restore the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea

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      Pages 211-220

      Combining Activities of Sato-Umi and Sato-Yama in Japan: Towards a New Type of Integrated Coastal and Watershed Management

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      Pages 221-234

      Aquifers Know No Boundaries… But Farmers Do! So, Who Should Care?!

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      Pages 235-246

      Sustainable Management of Groundwater Resources for 700,000-Plus Residents: A Practical Example of the Transboundary Management of Groundwater Resources in the Kumamoto Area, Japan

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 257-275

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