Abashiri Quasi-National Park
|Abashiri Quasi-National Park|
Overlooking Lake Saroma (June 2007)
|Nearest city||Abashiri, Kitami, Koshimizu, Ōzora, Saroma, Shari, Yūbetsu|
|Area||372.61 square kilometres (143.87 sq mi)|
|Established||July 1, 1958|
Abashiri Quasi-National Park (網走国定公園 Abashiri Kokutei Kōen?) is a quasi-national park in Japan. The park protects the waters and surrounding coastline of the lakes and lagoons along the Sea of Okhotsk on Hokkaidō. This includes such lakes as Lake Abashiri and Lake Notoro as well as Lake Tōfutsu and Lake Saroma. Lake Saroma is the fourth largest lake in Japan. Most of the park lies within the limits of Abashiri in Abashiri Subprefecture of northeastern Hokkaidō.
An important part of Abashiri Quasi-National Park is its floral display. Some of the most prominent species are in the following table.
|Scientific name||Common name||Native name|
|Gentiana triflora var. japonica||エゾリンドウ|
|Convallaria keiskei||Lily of the Valley||スズラン|
|Salicornia europaea||Common Glasswort||アッケシソウ（厚岸草）|
- J-IBIS (Japanese)
- List of Quasi-National Parks, Ministry of the Environment Government of Japan , Last access 3 June 2009
- "The Abashiri Quasi National Park". World Database on Protected Areas. The WDPA is a joint product of UNEP and IUCN, prepared by UNEP-WCMC, supported by IUCN WCPA and working with Governments, the Secretariats of MEAs and collaborating NGOs. February 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-03.
- "網走国定公園". Japan Integrated Biodiversity Information System (in Japanese). Ministry of the Environment of Japan. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
- Wood, L. J. (2007). "Abashiri Quasi National Park - a Marine Protected Area in Japan (Pacific Ocean Coast)". MPA Global: A database of the world's marine protected areas. Sea Around Us Project. UNEP-WCMC & WWF. www.mpaglobal.org. Retrieved 2009-06-03.
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