JONES Thomas E.
Department College of Asia Pacific Studies Position Professor
|Title||Natural Heritage of Japan: Geological, Geomorphological, and Ecological Aspects|
|Volume, Issue, Page||pp.167-176|
|Responsible for||Mount Fuji: The Volcano, the Heritage, and the Mountain|
|Author and coauthor||Chakraborty, A., Mokudai, K., Cooper, M., Watanabe, M., Chakraborty, S. (Eds.)|
|Details||This chapter describes Mount Fuji, which at 3776 m asl forms the highest point in Japan, as a composite heritage. Fuji was registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 2013 as a Cultural Property, but the mountain and its surrounding landscapes also represent a significant natural heritage as discussed.|