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Canals are frontline areas for habitat restoration. Even if each habitat is small, they can be networked along the canal. • Restoring shallows in the bay is a crucial part of the action plan. A good understanding of the potential of the bay as habitat and an ecosystem-based approach to harmonise with the holistic system of the bay is important. Establishment of public participation mechanisms. • Enhance people’s awareness and understanding of the environmental problems in Tokyo Bay. • Let people act for what they wish; show/explain the results obtained by their actions.
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Thus, habitat restoration in tidal courses should consider this type of circulation features. Satoh et al. (2006) illustrated the complexity of water circulation in the canal. The secondary canal was stratified and water in the primary canal was well mixed. Nevertheless, these differences were not simply determined by the canal being secondary or primary but instead by freshwater input, tidal range and topography. Detailed water circulation was determined by float experiments that incorporated public participation.