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dc.contributor.author沢, 一馬ja
dc.contributor.author山口, 敬太ja
dc.contributor.author久保田, 善明ja
dc.contributor.author川崎, 雅史ja
dc.contributor.alternativeSAWA, Kazumaja
dc.contributor.alternativeYAMAGUCHI, Keitaja
dc.contributor.alternativeKUBOTA, Yoshiakija
dc.contributor.alternativeKAWASAKI, Masashija
dc.description.abstractIn early-modern times, there remained a lot of water villages on the shore of Lake Biwa. In these water villages, networked waterways were used for a community water supply, irrigation and transportation, formed unique cultural landscapes. After 1940s, waterways had not been used as much as before and started to be reclaimed for roads and houses constructions. We restore the waterways structure of the old water village of Iba by using historical documents and maps, and reveal changes of ways of water use from 1870s to today by interviewing local inhabitants. We also make it clear that the networked waterways have diversified functions, and changes of their functions seriously have affected a duration and transformation of a waterways structure and the cultural landscape.ja
dc.publisher公益社団法人 土木学会ja
dc.rights© 2013 公益社団法人 土木学会ja
dc.subjectcultural landscapeja
dc.subjectLake Biwaja
dc.subjectlakeside districtja
dc.subjecttraditional water useja
dc.title水郷集落における文化的景観の持続性 -伊庭における水路網の復元と水利用の変容-ja
dc.title.alternativeCULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF LAKESIDE VILLAGES IN LAKE BIWA AND ITS DURATION -Restoration of the Water Environment and its transformation of Iba Village-ja
dc.type.niitypeJournal Articleja
dc.identifier.jtitle土木学会論文集 D1ja
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