Inland Sea

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an arm of the Pacific Ocean in southern Japan

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Sebastes cheni dominates the fish community of the vegetated habitats (seagrass and macroalgal beds) in coastal waters of the Seto Inland Sea, off southwestern Japan (Kamimura and Shoji 2009; Kamimura et al.
Liu said before setting off for a ride, ''I'm looking forward to cycling around the scenic Seto Inland Sea.
Taking place until 31 October, the festival spans seven Seto Inland Sea islands and involves around 70 international artists, some of whom have been specially commissioned.
The festivals will take place in the islands in the Seto Inland Sea (Naoshima, Teshima, Megijima, Ogijima, Shodoshima, Oshima, Inujima) and the Takamatsu Port area from July 19 to Oct.
HIROSHIMA - An unidentified organization won a contract to purchase a state-owned uninhabited islet in the Seto Inland Sea off Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, for about 100 million yen (about
He also appears to have secured support from the local business community by calling for regional economic policies such as promoting tourism in the Seto Inland Sea area.
Journeying between Kobe and Hanoi, the Spirit of Oceanus sails Japan's Seto Inland Sea and the Yellow and South China Seas, winding around islands and down a mystical coastline that boasts a diverse terrain of pristine beaches and verdant mountains.
Its parent company's history dates back to 1888, when the predecessor began assembling mining machines for the Besshi copper mine in Seto Inland Sea.
Industrial waste in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan (Okaiichi & Yamada, Chapter 3), the Black Sea (Ozturk & Ozturk, Chapter 11), the South China Sea (Zhou, Chapter 6), and the south west Atlantic Ocean (Bastida et al.
Yashima, once a thriving tourist resort on the northern shore Shikoku that boasts a splendid view of the Seto Inland Sea National Park, is reeling.
She was born in a small village on Shodo Island in the Seto Inland Sea, one of twelve children in a poor family.
Fish of the Seto Inland Sea by Ruth Pilgrim (Harper Collins, pounds 6.
Other sites slated for the biodiversity observation project in Japan include Lake Biwa (Shiga Prefecture), Seto Inland Sea and the Kerama islands in Okinawa.
In Japan's Seto Inland Sea 4 years after sewage and effluent controls were implemented, the number of red tides leveled off at about half their peak of 300.
In Japan's Seto Inland Sea, the number of red tides increased from 40 in 1965 to more than 300 in 1973.