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Bering Sea

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Separated from the Gulf of Alaska by the Alaska Peninsula, the Bering Sea is located between the Alaska and Russia.
North America and Russia.
Yes, The Bering sea touches Alaska
The Bering sea is in between Alaska and Russia.
The Bering Strait is actually an ocean gateway between the Pacific and Arctic, so 'gateway to the Arctic' as a description of Bering may be more exact.
The US and Russia border the Bering Sea.
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 (56.907280, -178.139472)  
The Russian naval officer and Danish explorer Vitus Jonassen Bering  had several landforms posthumously named in his honor, such as the  Bering Land Bridge, the Bering Glacier, Bering Island, the Bering  Strait, and of course the Bering Sea.
U can cross the brewing starit by using ether a plane or helicopter .
The surface area is 750,000 square kilometers
The Bering Strait links the southern part of the Arctic Ocean (called the Chukchi Sea) to the Bering Sea.
they are in the lower parts on Asia and kind of by china and it is really pretty there and so if you go there they are a great place to see :D
The primary danger present in the Bering Sea is the cold water temperature. The average water temp is in the 35-45 degrees Fahrenheit range in the summer, and below 32 degrees over the winter. At the warmer temperatures, a human falling into the water unprotected will survive 30-90 minutes, at the...
I think it is about 200, 000 ft but that is approximate no one is willing to go down to the bottom of the bering sea to do that so...
No, but Lynne cox swam 2 miles to the diolomede (sorry if i spelled that wrong) islands.
58° 0′ 0″ N, 178° 0′ 0″ W
No. It is located southwest and west of mainland Alaska, and is an arm of the Pacific Ocean.
it was because they followed their cattle wherever they went so they ended going to the caribbean
  Area: 884,900 sq. mi. or 2,291,900 sq. km Average depth: 5,075 ft. or 1,547 m Greatest known depth: 15,659 ft. or 4,773 m Place of greatest known depth: Off Buldir Island
The Yukon River runs through Canada & Alaska all the way out to the Bering Sea.
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To follow the wild animals to hunt them (aka get food)
Latitude: N 59° 8' 25.0008" / Longitude: W 163° 39' 34.9992"
The northern hemisphere.
The Bering Sea is fairly shallow, but yes, submarines transit the  Bering Sea regularly heading to and from the Arctic.
About 770,000 square miles.
The Black Keys- Little Black Submarines
the pacific ocean and the bering sea because the french had to cross them to get to alaska and claim it and eventually sell it to the u.s.a and make it the 49 state even though not many people live there the oceans still helped with the population by providing a way to get there back before planes...
The gold in the Bearing Sea is washed into the sea by the movement of the glacial flow down from the surrounding mountains.
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The gold in the Bering Sea got there through years of erosion and  water movement. Gold was carried from rivers and streams which then  deposited it into the Bering Sea over the course of millions of  years.
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The Bering Sea borders both Asia and North America.
That point is offshore in the Mozambique Channel, about 30 miles off the west coast of Madagascar.
  North to the Arctic & to the South is the Pacific.
The bering sea is salt water.
  The North Pacific Ocean and the Arctic Ocean.
  Commonly it is called Russia. In fact it is both European Russia & Asiatic Siberia.   The Russian Federation
  What are the tempurature's of the Bering Sea during both Summer and Winter?
Latitude: N 56° 54' 26.2084" | Longitude: W 178° 8' 22.0992"
John Bunce from Bering Sea Gold committed suicide. Bunce shot  himself in 2013 in front of fellow cast member Zeke Tenhoff.
it is believed that early man originated from Africa. these early men then migrated over the eastern hemisphere. then it is also widely thought that they migrated over the bering straight, then went on to populate the americas
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The Bering Sea is in the Arctic. It is between the Alaska (to the East) and Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula (to the West).
Straits separate land masses, land masses do not separate straits.  You question is therefore the wrong way round.   The Bering Straight separates the North American continent from the  Asian continent.
No, on both counts. "Neptune Massive" is a fictious rock formation  that marks the beginng of "Red Route One," the underwater track  taken by Red October, the modified typhoon class submarine  that appears in Tom Clancy's Hunt For Red October. It was  never described as a trench.
It is off the coast of Alaska and also Russia.
The peninsula that extends into the Bering sea is called the Aleutian islands.
The duration of Bering Sea Gold is 2700.0 seconds.
Bering Sea Gold was created on 2012-01-27.
It was a stretch of glacier ice that connected russia with Alaska (Asia with North America) across the Bering strait. It formed during an ice age that let native peoples 20,000 years ago to settle into Canada and America, and further south, all the way to present-day Argentina and Chile. These are...
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Bering Sea Wilderness was created in 1980.
The area of Bering Sea Wilderness is 329.171 square kilometers.
During the last Ice Age, North America was connected by land to Asia in the far northwest. Today the continents are separated by a Straight, the Bering Straight.
 The Kamchatka Peninsula is located between the Bering Sea and the  the Sea of Okhotsk. 
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Insoluble means it can't be dissolved in a liquid, and  soluble means it can be dissolved in a liquid. For example,  salt is soluble in water.
The Bering sea touches Alaska and Russia.
  yes: http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/august/7/newsid_2528000/2528217.stm