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  Lingayen Gulf
Gulf on northern Luzon, bordering Pangasinan to the south and west, and La Union province to the east.
During the assault group's trip to Lingayen from January 4 - 12th a total of 24 ships were sunk and 67 damaged by kamikazie attacks.
Lingayen Gulf is peaceful, with mainly local fishing boats using the Gulf only.
www.pacificwrecks.com /provinces/philippines_lingayen_gulf.html   (161 words)

 Archives | Sunday Punch
LINGAYEN — The province is set to hold a four-day Special Recruitment Fair, smaller version of a jobs fair, from November 29 to December 4 at the Narciso Ramos Sport and Civic Center.
LINGAYEN-The fish and shellfish being caught in the Lingayen Gulf are still relatively free of contamination with red tide.
Domenden said while other bays in the country are now affected by red tide, the Lingayen Gulf remains red-tide free with no chance of deteriorating whatsoever.
sundaypunch.prepys.com /archives/2001/11   (563 words)

  The Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan
On the south it is bounded by the province and Diocese of Tarlac, and on the north and northwest by the Lingayen Gulf and the Diocese of San Fernando, La Union.
Lingayen Gulf was the headquarters of the Chinese pirate Limahong who came even ahead of the Spanish forces.
The Diocese of Lingayen was erected on May 19, 1928, comprising the entire province of Pangasinan.
www.cbcponline.net /lingayen-dagupan   (0 words)

 Sun.Star Pangasinan - Lowly fishers urge: Save Lingayen Gulf from exploitation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
LINGAYEN -- Some 11,000 marginal fishermen from at least 11 coastal areas in the province urged the Provincial Government to move in protecting the Lingayen Gulf against exploitation from unscrupulous traders who make millions of pesos through unlawful means while taking provisions from the historic water.
The Lingayen Gulf is in a state of depletion and degradation due to natural and man-made activities leading to the destruction of coastal resources, hence, has been declared as an environmentally critical area, the lowly fishermen claimed.
The marginal folks, who bewailed the scarcity of fish at the Gulf have made their lives miserable, are residents in the coastal towns of Bolinao, Bani, Anda, Sual, Labrador, Lingayen, Binmaley, Mangaldan and Fabian and in the cities of Alaminos and Dagupan.
www.sunstar.com.ph /static/pan/2004/10/07/news/lowly.fishers.urge.save.lingayen.gulf.from.exploitation.html   (435 words)

  Lingayen Gulf - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Lingayen Gulf is an extension of the South China Sea on Luzon in the Philippines.
The gulf has numerous islands, the most famous of which are ones in the Hundred Islands National Park.
Lingayen, the capital of Pangasinan also lies on the shores of the gulf.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Lingayen_Gulf   (161 words)

 Balancing Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability In the Lingayen Gulf
A reason why the Lingayen Gulf is the center of a heated debate between politicians, environmentalists, and fishermen is the diverse coral reef system that lies in the gulf.
With the massive exploitation of the Lingayen Gulf by commercial fisheries, artisan fishers and peasants who depend on the Gulf to provide food for themselves and their family are struggling to compete for marine resources, resorting to Malthusian overfishing (Dayton, et al.
The Lingayen Gulf suffers from microbial contamination (from untreated sewage), fertilizer and pesticide runoff, mining waste, siltation, industrial and municipal waste water discharge, and solid wastes that are adversely affecting the reef system (Guarin, 1991; Soegiarto, 1994).
darwin.bio.uci.edu /~sustain/suscoasts/nlegaspi.html   (8272 words)

 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
It is framed by the provinces of Pangasinan and La Union and sits between the Zambales Mountains and the Cordillera Central.
The gulf has numerous islands, the most famous of which are in the Hundred Islands National Park.
A number of cities are found along the gulf's coast such as Dagupan City and Alaminos City in Pangasinan, and San Fernando City in La Union.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Lingayen_Gulf   (160 words)

 Pangasinan Online Website Philippines
Pangasinan is located on the west central area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf.
The total land area of Pangasinan is 5,368.82 square kilometers.
This is a marine park located off the coast of Alaminos City in the Lingayen Gulf and is composed of some 123 islands, most of which are quite small and uninhabited.
www.pasyalan.net /pangasinan   (373 words)

 Drowning | OFF-THE-AIR
Drowning incidents in Lingayen Gulf continue to increase
Two more persons drowned in separate areas of the Lingayen Gulf recently, joining the increasing number of swimmers who lost their lives there since December last year.
The latest drowning incidents occurred at the Jimenez beach in barangay Patar, Bolinao on Wednesday where the victim was identified in the police report as Cheffrey Partho, 26, of Imus, Cavite.
off-the-air.prepys.com /archives/category/drowning   (332 words)

 Pangasinan, Philippines
The province is bordered by the provinces of Zambales and Tarlac on the south, Nueva Vizcaya and Nueva Ecija to the east, La Union on the north and the Lingayen Gulf to the west.
A cluster of more than a hundred islands off the town of Alaminos on the Lingayen Gulf.
The coastline of Lingayen Gulf is blessed with numerous beaches for tourist and vacationers.
www.philsite.net /pangasinan.htm   (588 words)

 USS Shadwell (LSD-15)
Though her convoy came under continual submarine, surface, and air attack, so efficient were the screening units that Shadwell's guns remained silent throughout the entire voyage to Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, P.I. However, on 9 January 1945 (Lingayen D-day), Shadwell's gunners proved their worth by splashing a Zeke.
Shadwell returned immediately to the staging area at Hollandia, New Guinea, embarked additional troops of the 1060th Army Engineers, then departed for Leyte, P.I. At Leyte, she joined Task Group 78.8, which soon made for Lingayen.
On the evening of 24 January 1945, the task group was sailing south of Siquijor Island, in the Philippines, when it was attacked by three torpedo bombers.
www.hazegray.org /danfs/amphib/lsd15.htm   (1013 words)

 Lingayen Gulf information - Search.com
The Lingayen Gulf is an extension of the South China Sea on Luzon in the Philippines.
The gulf has numerous islands, the most famous of which are ones in the Hundred Islands National Park.
Lingayen, the capital of Pangasinan also lies on the shores of the gulf.
www.search.com /reference/Lingayen_Gulf   (190 words)

 Luzon Mission - USS War Hawk - AP-168   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The invasion of Luzon began in the Lingayen Gulf on the western side of the island on 9 January 1945.
At 04:10 hours on the morning of 10 January 1945, the War Hawk was anchored in Lingayen Gulf where she was attacked in the dark by a "Shinyo" or Japanese suicide boat.
Lingayen Gulf is a fairly large gulf about midway on the west side of Luzon Island and located about 120 miles north northwest of Manila.
home.pacbell.net /lesds/WarHawk/Luzon.html   (716 words)

 Geography & History
This is especially evident in the Lingayen Gulf, as man is single-handedly destroying the coastal area.
This is to say that in the Lingayen Gulf, efforts must be made to slow down the destruction and depletion of the many organisms that live there.
This is a principle reason that the gulf is being overfished and the coral reefs are being destroyed.
darwin.bio.uci.edu /~sustain/suscoasts/mnondarakse.html   (3884 words)

 The Provincial Profile of Pangasinan
However, he was also forced out of Lingayen leaving only the Limahong Channel, a tunnel dug for six months that served as his escape route as the only lasting legacy of his failed attempt.
The Americans also landed in San Fabian in the Lingayen Gulf in 1945, which signaled the beginning of the liberation of the island of Luzon from the Japanese.
Lingayen was once the primary center of commerce in the province and had a thriving Chinese community to direct its trade.
www.geocities.com /lppsec/pp/pangasinan.htm   (1664 words)

 Hope raised for coastal areas to breathe again - INQ7.net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The studies showed the Lingayen Gulf is in worst ecological situation with the fishermen's average daily catch pegged at only 2.7 kilos a day.
Lingayen Gulf benefits from cooperation among local officials of the towns facing it.
The San Miguel Bay, which is only three-fourths the size of the Lingayen Gulf, is in a better situation as the average daily catch is 8.2 kilograms a day, the highest yield among the bays studied.
news.inquirer.net /regions/index.php?index=1&story_id=57994   (681 words)

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To its left was the 11th Division (PA), and along the southern coast of Lingayen Gulf was the 21st.
His only hope lay in retiring behind the Agno River, which curved in a huge arc from the southern shore of Lingayen Gulf to the mountains on the east and constituted the first formidable obstacle in the path of the advancing Japanese.
The events at Lingayen Gulf on the 22d and 23d of December could scarcely have given General MacArthur any reason to alter the bleak picture he had painted for the Chief of Staff.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/academic/history/marshall/military/wwii/command.decisions/chap_06/chap_06.txt   (7713 words)

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The sailor was the uncle he never met, Calvin Dewitt Adams, who perished when the USS Columbia CL-56 was struck by a kamikaze dive bomber in the Lingayen Gulf in the Philippines on Jan. 9, 1945.
Rozell was actually aboard a neighboring vessel in the Lingayen Gulf and witnessed the suicide bombing attack that killed his friend.
Mayor J.D. Baumgardner, a Navy veteran of action in the Lingayen Gulf, requested an official flag, which was presented to Calvin's brother at a Rotary Club luncheon in November.
www.wwltv.com /sharedcontent/dws/news/city/richardson/stories/DN-ricfocus_07met.ART.North.Edition1.3dd4752.html   (854 words)

 The Fall of the Philippines-Chapter 8
The vessels that reached Lingayen Gulf on the night of 21 December were organized in three separate convoys.
Once at their objectives, these troops were to assemble and "prepare to advance" toward the bank of the Agno River, the first formidable obstacle to a force moving south from Lingayen Gulf to Manila.
The southern edge of the gulf where the landing was expected and where the bulk of the artillery was emplaced, was in the 21st Division sector.
www.army.mil /CMH/books/wwii/5-2/5-2_8.htm   (8599 words)

 Chapter-29   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Two of her 20 floatplanes were on anti-submarine patrol and had been diverted to Lingayen Gulf for recovery there.
At 22h 05 Nisshin reported that of the aircraft on her upper deck, the three at the stern had been damaged by the ship flexing when hit, and one aft catapult was not operating for this same reason.
After receiving information that enemy ships were present out of Lingayen Gulf to support the landing taking place inshore, I moved the boat to reach a position at the north-west of the Gulf mouth, in a direction that Japanese ships transiting toward either Paracels or Hainan would have to take.
users.domaindlx.com /fantasque/original/Chapter-29.htm   (5693 words)

 Geoenvironmental Monitoring of the Lingayen Gulf, Northwestern Luzon, Philippines Using Remote Sensing Technology
The Lingayen Gulf area in northwestern Luzon is part of the Philippine northern Luzon Growth Quadrangle.
The Lingayen Gulf area in NW Luzon can be accessed via the North Expressway through private vehicles or by public utility buses.
In between the gulf area and the BMD are the shale, sandstone and limestone units.
www.gisdevelopment.net /aars/acrs/1998/ts12/ts12002pf.htm   (2215 words)

 CZERMP Philippines
Lingayen Gulf is located off the coast of Pangasinan and La Union Provinces in northwestern Luzon.
As defined under the National Environmental Protection Council (NEPC), the gulf's coastal area is delineated by the outermost limit of 200-meter (100 fathom) isobath and the innermost boundary of one (1) kilometer from the shoreline.
The eastern coast of the Gulf is draped by beaches which is primarily a tourist attraction in the area.
www.amsat.com.au /czermp/level_1/countries/czphdfww.html   (1151 words)

 The Manila Times Internet Edition | REGIONS > Lingayen Gulf still free from red tide
This was based on the water analysis conducted by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, along with various local governments, on samples of water obtained from the province’s coastal areas.
The bureau said that the public need not worry, because the coastal waters of Bolinao, Anda and Bani in Pangasinan, the Lingayen Gulf and as far as Dagupan in the east, remain free from the red-tide toxin.
Emma Molina, city agriculturist in Dagupan, said that based on an official bulletin of BFAR and the Department of Agriculture as of January 12, no red tide was seen in any area of the Lingayen Gulf, especially Dagupan City.
www.manilatimes.net /national/2006/feb/12/yehey/prov/20060212pro5.html   (389 words)

 Unregulated Fish Pen and Cage Operations Mess Up Coastal Ecosystems
The writer of this series traveled to fishing villages along the Lingayen Gulf and explores the various issues related both to environmental degradation and social equity that resulted in the massive fish kills.
The change in water quality is exemplified by the case of Bolinao where the threefold-increase in fish pen and fish cage structures has resulted in a corresponding increase in nutrient levels of ammonia, which is mostly released from the nitrogen in feeds, as well as those of nitrite, nitrate and phosphate.
Coral cover in the Gulf was found to have declined to only 30 percent over two decades, with the majority of live hard coral cover estimates being poor and fair.
www.pcij.org /stories/2002/aquaculture.html   (2324 words)

 Ilocos Region travel guide - Wikitravel
Hundred Islands National Park Located in the Lingayen Gulf in Pangasinan, the watery park is dotted by 123 small, pristine islands.
Lingayen Gulf is the most notable body of water in the region and it contains a number of islands, including the Hundred Islands National Park.
The river flow into a broad delta in the vicinity of Lingayen and Dagupan City.
wikitravel.org /en/Ilocos_Region   (272 words)

Lingayen Gulf is over one hundred miles north of Manila.
This was in contrast to their earlier missions at Leyte, where the un-swept waters forced their support forces to stay so far from the beaches that they were ineffective.
Team Nine survivors were assigned to the USS Sands, APD-13, and on the morning or January 13 they left Lingayen Gulf bound for Pearl Harbor.
www.udtseal.org /luzon.html   (3042 words)

 The Pangasinan Experience - Attractions
The shrine of Nuestra Señora de Manaoag or "Apo Baket" is situated atop the hill.
The views of the gulf are fantastic, but beaches along the Labrador area tend to be rocky and deep; better for an hour's worth of jetskiing or small-craft sailing rather than serious swimming.
Lingayen beach has the wide expanse of the provincial compound in front of it with the tree-lined Maramba Boulevard playing host to videoke bars, restos and canteens.
www2.mozcom.com /~urduja/travel/places.htm   (758 words)

 World War II Islands
On her voyage from Lingayen Gulf back Leyte, she continued her charmed life through air attacks occurring sporadically.
Lingayen Gulf is over one hundred miles north of Manila.
On 9 January 1945 she was in Lingayen Gulf for the initial landings.
navy.memorieshop.com /Adair/Cruise-Book/Lingayen-Gulf.html   (2314 words)

 FAO: SD : Environment : Mapping coastal aquaculture and fisheries structures by satellite imaging radar: Case study of ...
FAO: SD : Environment : Mapping coastal aquaculture and fisheries structures by satellite imaging radar: Case study of the Lingayen Gulf, the Philippines
Satellite imaging radar (SAR) data are unique for this task not only for their inherent all-weather capabilities (very important as aquaculture and mariculture activities mainly occur in tropical and subtropical areas) but essentially because the backscatter from the structure components allows for their identification and separation from other features.
The area selected and object of the study is the Lingayen Gulf, situated in Northwestern Luzon Island, the Philippines, where all these structures of interest occur.
www.fao.org /sd/dim_en3/en3_041101_en.htm   (263 words)

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