Shimokita

Shimokita

 

a peninsula 90 km long at the northeastern end of the Japanese island of Honshu. Shimokita has volcanoes with elevations to 879 m. There are broadleaf and coniferous forests. The cities of Mutsu and Ominato are located on the peninsula.

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Los investigadores informaron que entre julio y septiembre de 2012, frente a las costas de Shimokita, Japon, el buque japones Chikyu sumergio un enorme taladro hasta el fondo marino, a mil 180 metros de profundidad y posteriormente perforo el lecho del oceano hasta 2 mil 400 metros, donde tomo muestras que examinaron en el laboratorio.
Survey of sexual maturation in Octopus dofleini in the coastal waters off Cape Shiriya, Shimokita Peninsula, Aomori Prefecture.
The temblor's epicentre was located 81 kilometres (50 miles) east of Mutsu, a city located on the Shimokita Peninsula in the northeastern region of TAhoku.
ORIX Corporation, a leading integrated financial services group, today announced that it will commence commercial feasibility study on geothermal power generation business in both Hakodate city in Hokkaido prefecture and Kazamaura village, Shimokita county in Aomori prefecture.
Washington, September 7 ( ANI ): Scientific deep sea drilling vessel Chikyu has set a new world record by bringing up rock samples from deeper than 2,111 meters below the seafloor off Shimokita Peninsula of Japan in the northwest Pacific Ocean.
s Higashidori nuclear power plant, which faces the Pacific Ocean, while other nuclear-related facilities, including a temporary storage facility for spent nuclear fuel, are also located in the area surrounding the village on the Shimokita Peninsula.
There was further rare good news as 48 primary schoolchildren were rescued in Shimokita after spending 24 hours on a crippled boat off the coast.
In Shimokita, 48 primary school children were rescued by coastguards after spending 24 hours on a disabled boat.
The police received a report from a person who said a helicopter flying over the sea went out of sight followed by a loud noise near Omazaki Cape on the northernmost tip of the Shimokita Peninsula.
The police received a report from a man who was fishing near Omazaki Cape on the northernmost tip of the Shimokita Peninsula that a helicopter flying over the sea went out of sight followed immediately by a loud noise.
When Rick Tanaka, documentary maker Tom Zubricky and I visited the far north-eastern corner of the main island of Honshu in January 1989, meeting citizens groups for a film project, we inspected the site of what was to have been a huge 'enterprise zone' on the peninsular of Shimokita, one of Japan's bleakest regions, in the far north-east corner of Aomori prefecture.