What seas are part of the Pacific Ocean?
All the seas of the world, apart from the land-locked ones such as the Dead Sea, are part of the same body of water.
Specifically regarded as arms of the Pacific Ocean are:
- Bering Sea
- Tasman Sea
- Coral Sea
- East China Sea,
- South China Sea
- Bismarck Sea
- Sea of Japan
- Sea of Okhotsk
- Philippine Sea
- Salish Sea
- Solomon Sea
- Yellow Sea
Canada is bounded, in part, by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. There are no "seas" that are actually in Canada, although Canada claims territorial rights in the above oceans. -------- We have the Beaufort, Prince Gustav Adolf, Lincoln and Labrador Seas and if the Caspian is a Sea then so could some of the Great Lakes be called seas. Sailing some of them in a storm will…
At first, one will think of only four oceans; the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic. However, recall the phrase "the seven seas". As in the song Sweet Dreams: "I travel the world and the seven seas." There are actually seven oceans, which are; the North Pacific Ocean, the South Pacific Ocean, the North Atlantic Ocean, the South Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, and the Antarctic Ocean.
It depends on when you ask this question. At various times and to various cultures the "Seven Seas" have been different: In Greek literature the Seven Seas were the Aegean, Adriatic, Mediterranean, Black, Red, and Caspian seas, with the Persian Gulf thrown in as a "sea." In Medieval European literature they were the North Sea, Baltic, Atlantic, Mediterranean, Black, Red, and Arabian seas. After the 'discovered' North America the Seven Seas were the Arctic, the…
The "Seven Seas" is an ancient phrase for all of the world's oceans. Since the 19th century, the term has been taken to include seven oceanic bodies of water: the Arctic Ocean the North Atlantic Ocean the South Atlantic Ocean the Indian Ocean the North Pacific Ocean the South Pacific Ocean the Southern (or Antarctic) Ocean