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From: Pressures from long term environmental change at the shrines and temples of Nikkō

Fig. 1

Maps: a the climate types of Japan as adopted by the Japanese Meteorological Agency, which defines seven regions (i) the Sea of Japan side of northern Japan (NJJ), (ii) the Pacific side of northern Japan (NJP), (iii) the Sea of Japan side of eastern Japan (EJJ), (iv) the Pacific side of eastern Japan (EJP), (v) the Sea of Japan side of western Japan (WJJ), (vi) the Pacific side of western Japan (WJP), and (vii) Okinawa/Amami (OKI) and b the site of the Shrines and Temples of Nikkō marking locations discussed in the text. The larger lettering defines the major religious sites, while smaller lettering denotes individual buildings and monuments that are discussed in the text, with green areas denoting sites with shrines and orange with buildings belonging to Rinnō-ji

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