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Arctic Ocean

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The Arctic Ocean is located in the Northern Hemisphere. Ask questions about this icy polar ocean here.
The arctic ocean has an area of 5,105,700 square miles. There is  an estimate of over 4.4 million gallons of water.  +++  That answer only makes sense if you quote the volume, not  surface area - i.e. include the mean depth over the ocean's  area. 
The temperature in the Arctic Ocean is a constant 28o Fahrenheit (at least the last time I was there). Since it is constantly in motion, only water near the ice actually freezes. Though the water temperature is constant, it can be monitored by satellite, ice camp manual temperature monitoring,...
Nope, the Southern Ocean (as they want to call it nowadays) surrounds Antarctica. The Arctic Ocean is at the other end of the world.
It is at the opposite end of the world : the Arctic Ocean is at the North Pole, and Antarctica is at the South Pole.
  It changes. It's goes from about 70 degrees North, up to the North Pole at 90 degrees North. The North Pole is covered by frozen saltwater of the Arctic Ocean. Good Question!
Average depth around 1000m (3400ft)
Pacific ocean is much bigger then Arctic ocean, if you look at the Earth (scaled model), you'll notice that Pacific ocean is the biggest.
some non living things is water.
The Arctic Ocean is the North Pole. A floating ice sheet or cap floats on the Arctic Ocean, and on this is the spot that is called the North Pole. The sea ice varies in thickness, making it possible to reach the pole using nuclear submarines. The South Pole is on the continent of Antarctica.
Yukon, Nunavut, North west territories
North America, Asia, Europe
According to Frozen Plant.....500 million sq ft.
The Surface Area of the Arctic Ocean is 5,427,000 sq mi.
none of them they live in every ocean except the arctic ocean
The Arctic Ocean only touches two other oceans the Pacific (via theBering Strait) and the Atlantic. (The Indian Ocean is in thesouthern hemisphere.)
The Arctic Ocean is too cold for coral reefs.The coral reefs cannot grow under cold conditions. They can only grow in waters between the arctic circle and the equator. They must grow under neutral tepurature water. Even if they are too hot they can't grow.
ICEBERG! ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD! Sea ice is one of the dominant physical features for most of these areas, with coverage ranging from year-round cover in the central Arctic Ocean to seasonal cover in most of the remaining areas. Exceptions occur over the deep basins, which are ice-free throughout the...
Northwest Territories, Nunavut and yukon
Several Whale Sharks have been sighted in the Arctic. Great Whiteswould not be found there since they generally live in tropic watersand would not remain alive for long there. ===== There are some sharks that commonly live in the polar regions suchas the Greenland sleeper shark, the Pacific sleeper...
The Arctic Ocean covers an area of about 14,056,000 km 2 (5,427,000 sq mi), almost the size of Russia.
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Alaska is bordered to the north by the Arctic Ocean.
Asia, Europe, and North America. North America Antarctica Asia
The Arctic Ocean occupies a roughly circular basin and covers an area of about 14,056,000 km2 (5,427,000 sq mi), almost the size of Russia.
so the poler bears have a place to live in
  Yes. & therefore the Antarctic Ocean is in the Southern Hemisphere.
Turtles don't live in the Arctic Ocean because the water there is only about 33 degrees F (0.5 C). Turtles are cold blooded, and therefor rely on their environment to supply them with heat. A turtle would die from the cold very, very quickly in the Arctic Ocean. There are some fish, however, that...
The only one I can think of is Nuuk, which is also known officially as Godthåb (Good Hope) in Danish. It is on Greenland and is one of the main ports.Gulf of Ob
It depends which river. Some flow into lakes, others flow into the Ocean.
it is the called the Bering Sea. Nope, that connects the Pacific and Arctic Oceans. The Sea that connects The Atlantic and Arctic Oceans would be the Greenland Sea.
March through April
The Bering Strait links the southern part of the Arctic Ocean (called the Chukchi Sea) to the Bering Sea.
because there is less atmosphere in the Arctic
Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, pick any two.
The Ob, Yenissey, Lena and the MacKenzie rivers to name four.
Antarctica is a continent and a land mass, while the arctic ocean is just an ocean which you can't walk on unlike Antarctica where you can walk on.
Arctic seaweed live in the arctic.
You seriously expect someone to sit down and count them? Go ahead. I dare you.
Which states border the arctic ocean
plankton, mossses, and seaweed
Under-GROUND oceans? Probably not; the current estimates for Europa indicate that the surface is probably ice, with perhaps oceans beneath the ice. If the oceans are made of water rather than some more exotic liquid, then there's at least a possibility that life might exist in that ocean.
If the air temperature is warmer than the water then fog is formed. The circulation of the ocean currents bring warm water from the south therefore causing the fog.
No because they might drown
because it is too cold for the turtles to swim in the artic ocean
Maybe iron, copper, gold, titanium, steel, bronze, etc
The Arctic Ocean is situated between North America, Asia, and Europe. Its regions are: The Arctic Ocean is the smallest, shallowest, and coldest of the world's Oceans. It straddles the North pole, and is situated between Russia, Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. It's main outlying regions are: Near...
The average depth of the Arctic Ocean is 1,038 m (3,410 ft). The  deepest point is in the Eurasian Basin, at 5,450 m (17,900 ft).    Deepest Point in the Arctic Ocean   Eurasia Basin: 17,881 feet / 5450 meters
The Arctic Ocean is closer to the Equator than it is to the South  Pole.
The Arctic Ocean is smaller.
The Artic Ocean is more salty than oceans further south because when sea water freezes salt gets left behind in unfrozen water .
atlantic ocean,indian ocean,pacific ocen,meditaranian sea
yes jellyfish live in the arctic
This question is intrinsically flawed because the "Canadian part" of the Arctic Ocean is arbitrarily defined politically and no science can prove or disprove it. It's like asking a scientist to prove that the US is actually not called the "United States of America", but it's actually called the ...
The Arctic Ocean is much smaller. The Arctic ocean covers approximately 46,056,000 km2, compared to the Atlantic covering approximately 106,400,000 km2, making it the world's second largest ocean. The Pacific Ocean is the world's largest ocean.
The Arctic Ocean is saltwater as are all oceans.