Suruga Bay


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Su·ru·ga Bay

 (so͞o′ro͞o-gä′)
An inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the southeast coast of Honshu, Japan, southwest of Tokyo.
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There is evidence of segregation by size for a number of species of dogfish, including the closely related Japanese velvet dogfish (Scymnodon ichiharai): large individuals are thought to be more common inside the boundary of Suruga Bay, Japan, than smaller, immature individuals (Yano and Tanaka, 1984).
Fiji and the shores of Suruga Bay, which fronts the Pacific Ocean.
However, 3 individuals have been recorded in Japan in: (1) Tsukumi-shi, Oita Prefecture 1 km northwest of Hotojima Island (UTM: Zone 53, 223181E, 3668138N, NAD83), on 1 June 2002 (Nakamura and others 2003); (2) Kunigamni-son, Okinawa Prefecture in January 1992 (Okinawa Wild Bird Study Group 1993); and (3) Oku Suruga Bay, Numazu-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture, on 19 May 1996 (Shizuoka Prefecture Environment Department 1998).
(1992) Reexamination of the fractionation of total dissolved phopshorous in seawater using a modified UV-irradiation procedure, and its application to samples from Suruga bay and Antarctic ocean.
"Suruga Bay, which I live in, is the joining point for three tectonic plates.
(1.20pm) The actor heads for Japan, where he visits Tokyo''s famous fish market, tries his hand at a regional sport on the Kano river, and casts his line in Suruga Bay.
Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (1.20pm) The actor heads for Japan, where he visits Tokyo''s famous fish market, tries his hand at a regional sport on the Kano river, and casts his line in Suruga Bay.
It measured a lower 6 on the Japanese seismic scale of 7 in the prefecture and originated under the surface of the sea in Shizuoka's Suruga Bay. Damage to nearly 5,000 houses has been reported in the prefecture.
A tsunami warning was issued after the tremor, which centred off Suruga Bay, south west of Tokyo.
Ischyroceridae Oura Bay, Shizuoka Ericthonius pugnax Ischyroceridae Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Jassa slatteryi Ischyroceridae Tosa Bay, Kochi Dulichia sp.
Light washes voluptuously through full-height glazing and everywhere you look there are Master of the Universe views over Suruga Bay.