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Uncharted waters in a new era : an actor-centered constructivist liberal approach to the East China Sea disputes, 2003 - 2008
Fox, Senan James [2012-06-19]
This thesis examines the deep bilateral tensions surrounding the East China Sea (ECS) disagreements between Japan and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the period from August 19th 2003 to June 18th 2008 from an actor-centred constructivist liberal viewpoint. The East China Sea disputes could be described as a conflicting difference of opinion over a) the demarcation of maritime territory ...
SUBJECT: japanese domestic politics; senkaku islands; china--foreign relations--japan; chinese domestic politics; nationalism--china
Distributions of Changjiang [China] diluted and coastal waters around Futaoi [Japan] Island in Tsushima Straits
Takikawa, T. et al. [oct2008]
Hydrographic condition around Futaoi Island in eastern channel of Tsushima Straits was not only changed by seasonal thermohalocline and mixed layer depth but also strongly influenced by coastal water distribution depending on local precipitation and spread of Changjiang diluted water from Chinese continent through Tsushima Straits. Chlorophyll a concentrations were high in the coastal water wi ...
SUBJECT: coastal waters; mer du japon; japan; mer de chine orientale; chlorophylle
POSTED TO: Journal of National Fisheries University (Japan) [0370-9361]
Hiscock, Kyle W [2012-03]
The Great East Japan Earthquake's unique scope, and the actors involved in the ensuing disaster, has the potential to significantly affect four areas influencing Japan's Self Defense Force's (SDF) trajectory: security interests, economic interests, norms, and actors and institutions. Retrenchment, status quo, and remilitarization are all plausible outcomes for the SDF's trajectory. Understandi ...
SUBJECT: *policies; economic impact; north korea; retrenchment; japanese norms
The Growth of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy: Impacts and Implications of Regional Naval Expansion
Tritle, Matthew C. [2007-12]
China's growing economic dynamism has made it a powerful actor in the globalized economy. Continued growth of China's economy requires guaranteed sea access to foreign energy resources and markets. In response to the need for sea access, the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) is undergoing an expansion and force modernization process intended to ensure ...
SUBJECT: *expansion; military force levels; humanities and history; *military modernization; post-meiji japan
Takayanagi, K. et al. [jan2006]
The East China Sea is a productive sea. Its annual total fishery production including the Yellow Sea is about 9.2 million tons, about 10% of the world's total fishery production. For a sustainable development and wise use of natural resources in the East China Sea, cooperative international programs on marine ecosystem research among surrounding countries, China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, are n ...
SUBJECT: japan; mer de chine orientale; nutrientes; international cooperation; cooperation internationale
POSTED TO: JARQ (Japan) [0021-3551]
Fisheries reorganization and the impact of 200 miles settlement in the East China Sea and the Yellow sea
Kataoka, C. [oct1997]
SUBJECT: resource management; republica de corea; japan; korea republic; mer de chine orientale
POSTED TO: Journal of Fisheries Economy (Japan) [0433-0323]
Adkins, Jr [2011-03-24]
China s accelerated rise to power, and the United States recent economic challenges have given Japan and other Asia-Pacific allies reason to seek balancing alliances or to strengthen military defenses and power projection capabilities. Paralleling Japan s need to increase homeland defense is a need to strengthen and adjust the United States Japan Security Agreement. In an effort to reduce the ...
SUBJECT: deployment; futenma; united states-japan security agreement; agreements; *international relations
SUBJECT: pesca demersal; meteorological elements; mer du japon; fishery oceanography; ressource halieutique
POSTED TO: Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Oceanography (Japan) [0916-1562]
Relationship between chlorophyll a concentration and water transparency in the seas adjacent to Japan
Nagata, H. [mar1996]
The present paper examines the relationship between chlorophyll alpha concentration and transparency in waters adjacent to Japan. The results show that it is possible to estimate seasonal changes in chlorophyll alpha based on variations in transparency in seas adjacent to Japan. Moreover, geographical distribution of chlorophyll alpha can be estimated fin many sea areas based on the degree of ...
SUBJECT: turbidity; turbidez; mer du japon; phytoplancton; japan
POSTED TO: Bulletin of the Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute (Japan) [0021-4620]
Distribution of "shirazuke" [a fishing method of dolphinfish, Coryphaena hippurus] fishing ground in the Tsushima warm current system [Japan]
Kuwano, Y. et al. [mar1982]
SUBJECT: japan / east china sea; mer du japon; methode de peche; fishing grounds; water currents
POSTED TO: Bulletin of Nagasaki Prefectural Institute of Fisheries (Japan) [0388-8401]