Sea of Okhotsk

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Shiretoko National Park on the Sea of Okhotsk coast of Hokkaido, Japan The Sea of Okhotsk covers 611,000 sq.mi. (1,583,000 km2.), with a mean depth of 2,818 feet (859 metres).
In winter, navigation on the Sea of Okhotsk becomes difficult, or even impossible, due to the formation of large ice floes, because the large amount of freshwater from the Amur River lowers the
Ion Island is the only island in the Sea of Okhotsk that is located in the open sea.
The Sea of Okhotsk is a northwestern arm of the Pacific Ocean.
The Sea of Okhotsk waters are fed by Pacific waters flowing in through the Kuril Islands straits, waters from the Sea of Japan flowing through the La Perouse Strait, continental drainage and precipitation.
Kamchatka Peninsula, separating the Sea of Okhotsk on the west from the Pacific Ocean on the east.
Pacific Ocean, the Sea of Okhotsk is partially covered with ice during the winter months, from November through April. See also Basin; Pacific Ocean.
the Sea of Okhotsk that do enter the North Pacific may play an important role in the Pacific's large-scale circulation.
Most of the Sea of Okhotsk, with the exception of the Sakhalin Island, had been well mapped by 1792 The Russian explorers Ivan Moskvitin and Vassili Poyarkov were the
zones in the Sea of Okhotsk are spawning and feeding grounds for numerous commercial fish species, as well as areas of alga Laminaria growth and accumulation of numerous populations of crab, shrimp, mollusk,
the Sea of Okhotsk for spawning. Due to the biochemical history of the Earth, oil and gas fields always occur in highly productive areas of the World Ocean.
Sea of Okhotsk 2001, a good example of both fruitful, joint usage of accumulated data and cooperation between Russian and American scientists which resulted in production of the latest and most
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of the Sea of Okhotsk, an arm of the Pacific Ocean. Here, ice can be seen on the surface of the sea near the coast.
the south, and is limited by the Sea of Okhotsk in the east.
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The Sea of Okhotsk earthquake of 5 July 2008 occurred in the inclined seismic zone that dips to the west-northwest beneath Kamchatka and the Kurile Islands.
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The Sea of Okhotsk formed within the past two million years through the combined action of repeated glaciation.
The Sea of Okhotsk (SO) is a region of large tidal sea level oscillations and strong tidal currents.
oceanography of the Sea of Okhotsk through application of 2-D and 3-D models. (Kowalik and Polyakov, "Tides in the Sea of Okhotsk," J. Phys. Oceanogr.
northwestern portion of the Sea of Okhotsk for semidiurnal waves.
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Sea of Okhotsk makes up the northwestern part of the North Pacific Ocean bounded on the west by Asia, north by Russia, and east and southeast by the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Kuril
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the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea in the south.
sea of Okhotsk, and 100,000 the sea of Barents. In any case, anomalies are overrated as a tool to understand what happens at the Poles.
levels in the Sea of Okhotsk and finds them negligible.
Kuril Islands, the Sea of Okhotsk is an extension of the North Pacific Ocean.
Between the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan, to the southwest, lies the island of Sakhalin. Tatar and La Perouse straits connect the two seas.
Sea of Okhotsk - an arm of the Pacific to the east of AsiaPacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world How to thank TFD for
In winter, the Sea of Okhotsk is generally almost entirely covered with sea ice from late November to late May.
The Sea of Okhotsk is linked with the Pacific Ocean by the numerous straits of the Kuril Island Ridge, and with the Sea of Japan - through the Laperuze
The straits linking the Sea of Okhotsk with the adjacent areas of the Sea of Japan and the Pacific Ocean provide the possibility of the water-exchange between the basins, which, in its turn, imposes
The Sea of Okhotsk is located in the monsoon climate zone of the moderate latitudes, but for the northern part of the sea, which is deeply intruding into the
The noun SEA OF OKHOTSK has 1 sense: 1.
Coast of the Sea of Okhotsk: A Collection of Study Reports by A. V. Andreev, H. H. Bergmann, Aleksandr Vladimirovich Andreev, and Hans-heiner Bergmann (Paperback - Dec.
islands or in its remote Sea of Okhotsk, tucked to the west of Siberia's Kamchatka Peninsula. ..."Surprise me! See a random page in this book. 8.
Sea of Okhotsk, a deputy minister said on Tuesday. "The application has been approved by the Defense Ministry of Russia, the Economic Development Ministry and the Federal Security Service.
continental shelf on the Sea of Okhotsk, a deputy minister said on Tuesday.
The Sea of Okhotsk Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) is a semi-enclosed sea at the edge of Russia and Northern Japan. Its average depth is 891 meters (m).
The Sea of Okhotsk LME is considered a Class I, highly productive (>300 grams of Carbon per square meter) per year) ecosystem based on SeaWiFS global primary productivity estimates.
North and West Sea of Okhotsk are especially abundant in plankton (see Markina and Chernyavsky, 1984). The deep area in the center has less plankton.
scattered ice cover in the Sea of Okhotsk, Barents Sea, and Hudson Bay. Such conditions usually indicate that ice is about to retreat rapidly.
* Sea of Okhotsk Basin (2 C) * Shantar Islands (3 F) T * Tributaries
"Impact of the sea ice reduction in the Sea of Okhotsk on the North Pacific". 9:55-10:20 Jun Nishioka (ILTS Hokkaido Univ.
"Marine mammals in the Sea of Okhotsk;abundance, consumption of resources, and outlook for future studies.
“The Designation of the Sea of Okhotsk Region and the Cooperative Relationships with Each of the Neighboring Countries” 14:30-14:45 Tea break 14:45-16:50
separating the Sea of Okhotsk in the west from the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean in the east.... 5) Sakhalin.
An island of southeast Russia in the Sea of Okhotsk north of Hokkaido, Japan. Colonized by Russia and Japan in the 18th and 19th centuries, it passed under Russian... 6) Abashiri.
Japan, on the Sea of Okhotsk and the Abashiri River, lying on the Abashiri plain. It is an important... 7) La Perouse Strait.
water, the Sea of Japan, Sea of Okhotsk, and Map of East Asia with key cities Map of Eastern Siberia & Russian Far East with major rivers such
Map of the Sea of Okhotsk Region: Hokkaido, Sakhalin Island, Kurile Islands, Sea of Okhotsk, Kamchatka Peninsula, Aleutians, Bering Strait AtlasWorldHistory.
place in the Sea of Okhotsk, adding in major ways to the scientific understanding of the physics, chemistry, and biology of the Sea.
the Sea of Okhotsk suggests that there is a delicate balance of large-scale atmospheric patterns over the subarctic Pacific that is maintained via ocean-atmosphere-ice interactions in the Sea of
observations of the Sea of Okhotsk circulation, and the reanalysis of older climate data from this area, have yielded results that highlight the growing importance of the Sea of Okhotsk region in climate-related
Nautical Charts of Sea of Okhotsk Bookmark this page! Our Sea of Okhotsk nautical, hydrographic, and bathymetric coverage is continually added to and updated from both commercial and naval
The Sea of Okhotsk is a part of the western Pacific Ocean, lying between the Kamchatka Peninsula on the east, the Kuril Islands on the southeast, the island of
The Sea of Okhotsk is connected to the Sea of Japan on either side of Sakhalin: on the west through the Sakhalin Gulf and the Gulf of Tartary; on
During the Cold War, the Sea of Okhotsk was the scene of several successful U.S. Navy operations (including Operation Ivy Bells) to tap Soviet Navy undersea communications cables.
Tides in the sea of Okhotsk (Journal of Physical Oceanography) Peanut Hole replaces Donut Hole as favorite target of exploitation.
Russian Sea of Okhotsk may be closed due to Russian belief that foreign fisherman are depleting its stocks) (Quick Frozen Foods International) South Korea's KNOC has acquired a 40% stake in West
Sea ice began forming in the northern area over the Sea of Okhotsk in November 2009. Since then, it extended down to about 30 km off the northern coast of Hokkaido and has likely reached its maximum.
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