Suruga

Suruga

 

a bay in the Pacific Ocean, on the southern coast of the Japanese island of Honshu. Suruga Bay has a length of approximately 60 km and a width at its entrance of approximately 56 km. Depths measure 32 m inside the bay but exceed 2,000 m at the entrance. Tides are irregular and semidiurnal, with a height of approximately 2 m. Shimizu is the principal port.

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Scandal-hit Japanese bank, Suruga Bank, is to receive a capital infusion from Bank of Japan, Reuters has reported.
The application was launched by three of the country's mid-sized lenders: SBI Net Sumishin Bank, Suruga Bank, and Resona Bank (also one of the participating banks for the Fujitsu trial).
[8.] Nimura K, Noda H, Okamoto K (2010) Seedling production in Eisenia arborea using Suruga Bay deep-sea water for restoration of kelp beds in Isoyake area.
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).
It will initially be available with three banks included in the consortium -- SBI Net Sumishin Bank, Suruga Bank and Resona Bank -- before being rolled out to the rest of the consortium.
Fiji and the shores of Suruga Bay, which fronts the Pacific Ocean.
Yamashiro Y, Miyano T, Suruga k, Shimomura H, Suda K, Matsumoto M et al.
Hiruma, W., Suruga, K., Kadokura, K., Tomita, T., Sekino, Y., Komatsu, Y., Kimura, M., Ono, N.
Included among the original series of 36 views is this month's cover image "Yejiri Station, Province of Suruga." In this gently humorous image, Hokusai captures the reactions of several travelers on a serpentine path through the rustling marsh grasses, caught off guard by a sudden squall.
crassispina Mera Bay, within histology Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan GI [+ or -] SE; C.