Kuroshio has been mentioned less than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Nsnbc international' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Kuroshio had the highest popularity figure in June last year.
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[...] currents look like: Generally speaking, two surface currents — one from the south, called the Kuroshio, and one from the north, called the Oyashio — meet just off the coast of Japan at about 40 [...]
[...] great migration, five thousand years ago? Very unlikely, says Liao Hong-Ji, the founder of the Kuroshio Ocean Educational Foundation. Through an interpreter, he theorized that it was most likely a [...]
[...] all-Wrestle-1 affair followed as El Hijo del Pantera and Andy Wu took on Yusuke Kodama and Jiri Kuroshio. Now this I liked. What we had here was a nice combination of Lucha and Japanese styles, with [...]
[...] with Izu-Shirahama in Shizuoka Prefecture. The one dubbed “Panda Train” is actually the Kuroshio, which means “black tide” and is named after the ocean current that carries warm water from the [...]
[...] migrate from the bays to deeper sea where the temperatures remain above 15C as a result of the Kuroshio current. The ray’s name, A narutobiei, is derived from a common name given it in Japanese, [...]
[...] 2.5 km, formed by the overlapping remnants of at least four submarine calderas. Located in the Kuroshio region of open seas and known for tidal wave generation, the island is barely reachable except [...]
[...] coastal New England, but rarely have a significant effect on waters south of Cape Cod. 4. The Kuroshio Current is a strong western boundary current in the western north Pacific Ocean. It begins [...]
[...] challenged this sort of unscientific hogwash since oceanographic studies have long indicated the Kuroshio (Black Stream) is the driving force for the North Pacific Current, which rapidly traverses the [...]