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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.
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 w…
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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.
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latitude 58 and longitude 170
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There is some evidence for a land bridge having existed, but the question itself is considered "white mans foolishness" by natives in the area. Their answer would be "who cares". The sea freezes over every winter anyway, and people routinely walk from Nome to Siberia every year. Russian authorities…
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The Weddel Sea is part of the Southern Ocean bordering Antarctica
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Vitus Jonassen Bering, who discovered Alaska and the Aleutian Islands
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the Arabian sea.
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yes it is ........... U PEOPLE!
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The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) and Asia (Russia).
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The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) and Asia (Russia).
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The Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Bengal Bay all border India.
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Latitude: N 56° 54' 26.2084", Longitude: W 178° 8' 22.0992"
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the Atlantic and the Pacific
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Scientists think the Inuit who live in North America's arctic region came across the Bering Sea because of th artifacts found. Scientists have found tools and other artifacts that show the direction of their travel and settlements.
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The Bering Strait separates Northern Asia and North America. It runs between Alaska, United States and Siberia, Russia. It separates the two continents by 55 miles.
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The strait that separates North America and Asia is the Bering Strait. The strait is 82 kilometers long and separates Alaska from Russia.
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The US and Russia border the Bering Sea.
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It is the Yukon River.
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The Bering Straits
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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 c…
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the yukon river
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The bering sea is salt water.
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Latitude: N 56° 54' 26.2084" | Longitude: W 178° 8' 22.0992"
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Latitude: N 56° 54' 26.2084" | Longitude: W 178° 8' 22.0992"
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They cross by boat.%3
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they were just exploring
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Yukon River
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The west coast of Alaska
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The peninsula that extends into the Bering sea is called the Aleutian islands.
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the location of the bering strait is at waltdisney world in tinkerbells castle
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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.
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The Kamchatka Peninsula is located between the Bering Sea and the the Sea of Okhotsk.
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The Bering sea touches Alaska and Russia.
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Lynne Cox 1987 - was first. Elena Guseva from Berezniki, Russia at 1998 - she was 17 years old at that time. She prepared for that for 2 years. Water temperature was 4.8 degrees Celsius.
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The Bering Sea is connected to the Pacific Ocean.
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Siberia, part of the Russian Federation.
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No.The Berring sea does not touch the U.S.A.
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The Bering Strait.
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58 north 170 west
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Yes. It is separated from the Pacific by the Aleutian Islands, most of which are part of Alaska.
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The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) and Asia (Russia).
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The Bering Sea is the northernmost arm of the Pacific Ocean, from which it is separated by the Aleutian Islands.
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Alaska borders the Bering Sea
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it is called the Bering strait. it was a large piece of land that exicted over 35,000,000 years ago.scientists belive that's hw native Americans came to America.
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Alaska (hope you're not from the USA)
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From the discoverer of Alaska Vitus Bering.
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The bering sea touches usa western-northish to Alaska .
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It can"t be that deep- as there have been seriious proposals for a Russia-Alaska vehicular (probably RR) tunnel as far back as the early years of the Last century- it was feasible in say l906. Cold-War politics effectively scuttled any project in this area.
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A Bering sea bird is also called an Auk.
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about 600 milesabout 587 miles
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The Bering Sea is actually quite shallow. It ranges from about 98 to 160 feet deep. At one time sea level was much lower and a land bridge existed between Russia and Alaska.
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For those who are too lazy to look it up on a map it's the Kamchatka Peninsula. :3
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Alaska
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Crabs is one example
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You are referring to the Kamchatka Peninsula, but it is not in eastern Europe. It is in the east of Russia, and that part of Russia is in Asia, not Europe.
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the depth is 4652 meter
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Yes, The Bering sea touches Alaska
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The Bering sea is in between Alaska and Russia.
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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.
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Good luck trying, but no.
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2cm but only on a tuesday
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I was just offered a job- $100 K per yeahr
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(56.907280, -178.139472)
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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.
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U can cross the brewing starit by using ether a plane or helicopter .
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The surface area is 750,000 square kilometers
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