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The Korea Strait is an approximately 200 km - wide passage lying between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese Archipelago, connecting Yellow sea, East China Sea, and East Sea. Tsushima Island divides the Korea Strait into the western and eastern channel (Tsushima). The eastern channel is relatively wide and shallow with a flat seabed and has approximate width of 140 km and approximate depth of 110 m. The western channel is relatively narrow and has a deep valley seabed with approximate width of 40 km and approximate depth of 150~200 m (Fig. 1). The main current passing through this straight is called the Tsushima warm current, which transports the warmth and salinity of the East China Sea to the East Sea. The Tsushima warm current first flows into the East Sea and then flows into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk through the Tsugaru Strait and the La Perouse Strait. Hence, the current has an important role of seawater circulation in the East Sea (Moriyasu 1972; Cho and Kim 2000; Lee et al. 2000). The Tsushima warm current is strongest in fall, and the current is stronger in the western than in eastern channel (Miita and Ogawa 1984; Egawa et al. 1993).

The Korea Strait is an approximately 200 km - wide sea passage lyingthat lies between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese Archipelago, connecting the Yellow sea, the East China Sea, and the East Sea. Tsushima Island divides the Korea Strait into the western and eastern channel (Tsushima).) and the western channel. The eastern channel is relatively wide and shallow with a flat seabed and has approximate width of 140 km and approximate depth of 110 m. The western channel is relatively narrow and has a deep valley-shaped seabed with approximate width of 40 km and approximate depth of 150~200 m (Fig. 1). The main current passing through this straight is called the Tsushima warm current, which transports the warmth and salinity of the East China Sea to the East Sea. The Tsushima warm current firstinitially flows into the East Sea and then flows into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk through the Tsugaru Strait and the La Perouse Strait. Hence, the current has an important role of circulating the seawater circulation in the East Sea (Moriyasu 1972; Cho and Kim 2000; Lee et al. 2000). The Tsushima warm current is strongest in fall, and the current is stronger in the western channel than in the eastern channel (Miita and Ogawa 1984; Egawa et al. 1993).

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Ϲݱ The Korea Strait is an approximately 200- km - wide sea passage that lies located between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese Archipelago, connecting the Yellow sea, the East China Sea, and the East Sea. Tsushima Island divides the Korea Strait into the eastern channel (Tsushima) and the western channel. The eastern channel is relatively wide and shallow with a flat seabed and has an approximate width of 140 km and approximate depth of 110 m. The western channel is relatively narrow and has a deep valley-shaped seabed with an approximate width of 40 km and approximate depth of 150~?200 m (Fig. 1). The main current passing through this straight is called the Tsushima warm current, which transports the warmth and salinity of the East China Sea to the East Sea. The Tsushima warm current initially flows into the East Sea and then flows into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk through the Tsugaru Strait and the La Perouse Strait. Hence, the current has plays an the important role of circulating the seawater in the East Sea (Moriyasu 1972; Cho and Kim 2000; Lee et al. 2000). The Tsushima warm current is strongest in fall, and the current is stronger in the western channel than in the eastern channel (Miita and Ogawa 1984; Egawa et al. 1993).

The Korea Strait is an approximately 200-km-wide sea passage located between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese Archipelago, connecting the Yellow sea, the East China Sea, and the East Sea. Tsushima Island divides the Korea Strait into the eastern channel (Tsushima) and the western channel. The eastern channel is relatively wide and shallow with a flat seabed and has an approximate width of 140 km and depth of 110 m. The western channel is relatively narrow and has a deep valley-shaped seabed with an approximate width of 40 km and depth of 150?200 m (Fig. 1). The main current passing through this straight is called the Tsushima warm current, which transports the warmth and salinity of the East China Sea to the East Sea. The Tsushima warm current initially flows into the East Sea and then into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk through the Tsugaru Strait and the La Perouse Strait. Hence, the current plays the important role of circulating the seawater in the East Sea (Moriyasu 1972; Cho and Kim 2000; Lee et al. 2000). The Tsushima warm current is strongest in fall, and the current is stronger in the western channel than in the eastern channel (Miita and Ogawa 1984; Egawa et al. 1993).

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