I believe my Dad was there. If you'll let me know what your interest is I may be able to get hime to respond to your question.
Early in Dec.41' Rommel and the Afrika Korps were in full retreat from the 2nd Battle of Alamein and a special pursuit group was formed of …
The density of dry air at standard sea level pressure is 1.204 kg/m3 at 20° Celsius.
The temperature is important.
The density of moist air will vary but is obviously slightly greater than the above number.
Actually, the above comment about moist air seems obvious but is wrong, so plea…
The question is a little misleading as there is no real answer to it. There was no one queen (or indeed one person) who developed trade with Eastern Mediterraneans. Alexander the Great established a colony in Egypt (Alexandria) and made inroads in asserting influence. After his death on…
From April to September because during the rest of the year the mediterranean can get quite rough, although these days the modern ships are very stable and even though you do run into a storm the boat hardly rocks. The only down side is, obivously if you travel high season every where is very busy.…
Normal Atmospheric Pressure at Sea Level
'Standard' atmospheric pressure is defined at sea level as 101,325 pascals (newtons per square metre), 760 millimetres of mercury or about 1 bar (1000 millibar). These numbers are equivalent values using different measurement systems. Naturally air p…
Fort Boyard, FranceIt was based on an almost 40-year-old recollection from the French movie "Les Aventuriers" released in 1967. The "island" structure is featured in the final scenes of that movie, and is Fort Boyard, located between the Île-d'Aix and the Île d'Oléron in the Pertuis d'Antioche st…
They are France and Spain.
National Archive is a good start. There are sub-archives in various cities. Atlanta has one and then there is the overall one in the Washington D.C.The U.S. Navy has museums that may fill in some blanks. Each U.S. Service has an overall office that answers to the Pentagon. The Army had its ships dur…
well there are tons of animals in the adriatic sea... so i am only going to name some of them... the ones near Croatia to be exact...1)bukva2)salpa3)usata4)gray mullet5)sardine6)tuna7)orata8)fratar9)mackerel10)glavoc11)spar12)shark13)sword fish14)grdobinawell that is all i could think of... :)
The Balkin Peninsula is surrounded by : The Adriatic Sea, The Aegean Sea, and the Black Sea.
From west to east, Albania, (FYRO) Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Turkey
are connected with and border Greece.
there is no sea but there is the gulf of mexicoDepends how you look at it. The Gulf of Mexico is to its west, the Atlantic Ocean is to its east, and below is the Caribbean Sea.
Spain, Portugal, and Andorra create the Iberian Peninsula on the far west side of Europe. Spain is the only one of these three countries that borders the Mediterranean Sea. While Andorra and Portugal are also on the Iberian Peninsula, Andorra is landlocked, and Portugal only borders the Atlantic Oce…
The Kingdom of Spain is the largest with the land area of 195,364 sq mi and population of 45,989,016-estimated.
The Suez Canal connects those two seas.
Near the equator.
Atmospheric pressure at sea level is the result of the force of gravity on the matter above sea level (the atmospheric gases). The amount of matter is not constant due to the height and density of the atmosphere (mostly due to temperature and water content/humidity). Unfortunately for the student, …
A line on a map indicating the boundaries of one area or country as compared to an adjacent area or country. Also refers to the edge of something like a piece of paper.
Croatia is located in central and south Europe it is across Italy.
the red sea is hotter than the med. sea
Despite what every guide tells you, it does have tides. Most of them are very small, as it is cut off by the Straits of Gibaltrar.
The South China Sea, which has an area of 3,500,000 km², is the largest sea.
The next largest is the Mediterranean Sea, with an area of 2,500,000 km² .
The world's largest inland sea is the Caspian Sea, with an area of about 371,000 km².
it is blue
The color of sea is blue because the blue radiation is not absorbed
Red, orange, yellow an green radiations are absorbed and only the
blue remain for our eyes.
If you were at sea level, the weight of the air pressing down on you would be 1.03 kilograms per square centimeter.or 1013.25 millibars.
Eat well, don't eat fat or carbs. Join a gym and train
Many cities border the Mediterranean Sea, including, but not
Spain: Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia, Murcia, Almeria, Ceuta,
Melilla, and Málaga
France: Marseille, Nice, Cannes, Ajaccio, and Toulon
Italy: Genoa, Naples, and Palermo
If one reviews the full extent of the last ice age, there is proof that the Mediterranean Sea was cut off from the Atlantic Ocean for an unknown period of time due to the drop of the Atlantic Ocean from the transfer of its water to the glaciers, ice fields and expanded ice flows and ice sheets. That…
There were many mines around Great Zimbabwe which fueled the gold trade in the area.
Despite the fact that you often hear people refer to a 'Tsunami' as a 'Tidal Wave', they are not the same. Although they are both sea waves, they are totally un-related phenomenon. A Tidal wave is a shallow wave of water caused by the gravitational interactions between the Sun, Moon and Earth. In c…
He didn't jump; he flew off.
The following countries are the only countries that border the Mediterranean Sea, if the country is not on this list then they do not border the sea. SpainFranceMonacoItalyMaltaSloveniaCroatiaBosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegroAlbaniaGreeceCyprusTurkeySyriaLebanonIsraelEgyptLibyaTunisiaAlgeriaMorocco
Corsica is a French Island
Yes, the south of France is on the Mediterranean.
yes it is north of the equator. it is also very warm there in england.
Additional nswerDepends what you mean by warm. The average temperature in England is a lot less than in countries near the Equator, but much much, more than at the Poles.
The four oceans of the world are the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and
There are actually five oceans, if you include the Southern Ocean.
For more information on the "newest" ocean, see the related link
In north America the Great Lakes & in south America the Amazon river.
"Mare Imbrium" or the Sea of showers is On the moon!
To see exactly where, use the link for Mare Imbrium in the Related Links section.
Spain, Portugal and Andorra are located on the Iberian Peninsula. Britain also has a territory (Gibraltar) on the peninsula, at the southern end of Spain.
No. Lyon is an inland city.
There are 2 seas which are separated by the Torres Strait. These
two seas are the Coral Sea on the east and the Arafura Sea on the
Some of the various kinds of sea roads are Atlantic sea routes, pacific sea routes etc.
The pressure is one atmosphere (atm), equal to 1.01325 bar (1013.25 millibars or 101.325 kilopascals).This is about 14.7 psi (pounds per square inch) or 29.9213 inches (760 mm) of Mercury.
The Mediterrenean countries are those that surround the Mediterranean Sea. In Europe:SpainFranceMonacoMaltaItalySlovaniaCroatiaBosnia-HerzegovinaMontenegroAlbaniaGreeceTurkeyIn Asia:SyriaCyprusLebanonIsraelIn Africa:EgyptLybiaTunisiaAlgeriaMoroccoNote: countries are listed in order clockwise around …
The Pyrenees mountains are located around the border of the Iberian peninsula!
the black sea
it is in the norther region of Israel
Ankara is the capital of Turkey, which is the only country
that is bordered by BOTH the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea.
It is worth noting that the city of Ankara itself is a landlocked
city and is nowhere near the Mediterranean Sea or Black Sea; it is
the country of Turkey which borders both.
Portugal is the other major country on the Iberian Peninsula.Other countries on the Iberian Peninsula include Andorra and small parts of France. (Over 95% of French territory is not on the Iberian Peninsula whereas over 90% of Spanish, Portuguese and Andorran territory is.)
The Mediterranean Sea is between Europe and Africa and Asia. It connects to the Atlantic Ocean through the Strait of Gibraltar. South of Europe, North of Africa, West of the Middle East
Marseille (common English spelling: Marseilles)
Algeciras to Tangier is 90 minutes by ferry
10 m depth is 2 bar pressure.
Answer: The Adriatic Sea, The Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. Hope this helps
Italy, Greece, and Israel.
oceans, mostly, but the Ural mountains in the case of Europe/Asia.
Europe and Asia aren't really separate continents, so their "boundaries" are only political.
The South China Sea
The South China sea is the largest sea. The Caspian Sea is the largest lake.
How is the Caspian Sea a lake?
The biological recovery of an area following a volcanic eruption will take different lengths of time for different plants and animals. That's because there are so many variables to consider. A solid biological study was begun (and is still proceeding) in the area of Mount St. Helens, Washington. The…
Italy & Greece
1 Philippine Sea, 2,000,000sq miles, 5,177,762sq kms.2 Coral Sea, 1,850,000sq miles, 4,791,000sq kms.3 Arabian Sea, 1,491,130sq miles, 3,862,000sq kms.4 South China Sea, 1,351,936sq miles, 3,500,000sq kms.5 Weddell Sea, 1,081,548sq miles, 2,800,000sq kms6 Caribbean Sea, 1,063,000sq miles, 2,754,000s…
The Nile River flows North into the Mediterranean sea, stretching to be the longest river in the world.
The expression Black Sea has a not known and sure
explanation today; possible are:
- The Black Sea has frequently strong storms; in the antiquity and
Middle Age, up to 20th century the navigation was
frequently dangerous; and bad was associated with
- During winter and under clouds the sea …
Europe, Asia and Africa.
There is not enough information to determine this. Just being at sea level does not cause the air to have a specific saturation (humidity).
The Mediterranean Sea
Egypt is bordered by Israel on the northeast, Libya on the west,
and Sudan on the south. Egypt also has a border in the northeast
with the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, which is one of the
Additionally, Egypt shares a maritime border with the Kingdom of
Jordan (over the Gul…
The Mediterranean Sea touches Europe, Asia, and Africa.
There is no such city. At their closest, the Mediterranean Sea and
Black Sea are nearly 300 miles apart.
They have coastlines on the Mediterranean.
Now the Mediterranean Sea, but during the last Glacial Maximum
10,000 years ago, you could walk from modern-day Morocco to
southern Spain, and from Tunisia to Sicily!
Turkey is bordered by the Black sea and the Mediterranean sea.
Six Countries Border the Black Sea : Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania,
Ukraine, Russia and Georgia.
The Georgian break-away country of Abkhazia (currently recognized
by fewer than 10 UN members) also borders the Black Sea (but does
not encompass enough of Georgia to preclude Georgian access).
Mediterranean and Red Seas.
The Atlantic and the Pacific
Portugal and Spain
Yes. The southeastern part of Anatolia runs along the Mediterranean
The Suez Canal
The African countries that border Egypt are Libya, Chad, and Sudan
Europe, Africa and Asia
The Weddel Sea is part of the Southern Ocean bordering Antarctica
the red sea is a sea that borders saudi arabia to the east of egypt
to the west and it the place where Moses led the slaves to freedom
while walking through the water. (in christian religion and the ten
The Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean.
The Black Sea borders six countries. They are Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, The Ukraine, Russia and Georgia. Their capitals are Ankara, Sofia, Bucharest, Kiev, Moscow, and Tblisi respectively. The Black Sea also borders the break-away state of Abkhazia whose capital is Sukhumi.
the republic of Trinidad and tobago
No. There is no current capital that borders both the Black and Mediterranean Seas as the distance between them at their closest point is around 500 kilometers or 300 miles. However, Turkey, the only country that borders both Seas has an inland capital at Ankara. During the days of the Ottoman Empi…
most of Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, continental Greece (including the Peloponnesus), Bulgaria, European Turkey, and SE Romania
The Caribbean Sea!
The Baltic Sea