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Banda Sea

The Banda Sea is a sea in the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, connected to the Pacific Ocean but surrounded by hundreds of islands, as well as the Halmahera and Ceram Seas It is about 1000 km 600 mi east to west, and about 500 km 300 mi north to south Contents 1 Extent 2 Islands 3 Plate tectonic activities in Banda Sea 4 Earthquakes 5 Ecology 6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading Extentedit The International Hydrographic Organization IHO defines the Banda Sea as being one of the waters of the East Indian Archipelago The IHO defines its limits as follows:1 On the N...

Mozambique Channel

The Mozambique Channel French: Canal du Mozambique, Malagasy: Lakandranon'i Mozambika, Portuguese: Canal de Moçambique is an arm of the Indian Ocean located between Madagascar and Mozambique1 The channel is about 1,600 km 1,000 mi long and 419 km 260 mi across at its narrowest point, and reaches a depth of 3,292 m 10,800 ft about 230 km 143 mi off the coast of Mozambique A warm current, the Mozambique Current, flows in a southward direction in the channel, leading into the Agulhas Current off the east coast of South Africa1 Contents 1 Extent 2 Islan...

Laccadive Sea

The Laccadive Sea or Lakshadweep Sea is a body of water bordering India including its Lakshadweep islands, the Maldives, and Sri Lanka It is located to the west of Kerala This warm sea has a stable water temperature through the year and is rich in marine life, with the Gulf of Mannar alone hosting about 3,600 species Trivandrum, Kochi, Colombo, Quilon and Malé are the major cities on the shore of the Laccadive Sea Contents 1 Extent 2 Hydrology 3 Fauna and human activities 4 References 5 Bibliography Extentedit A View of the Laccadive Sea from Villingili The International Hydrogr...

Java Sea

The Java Sea Indonesian: Laut Jawa is a large shallow sea on the Sunda Shelf It lies between the Indonesian islands of Borneo to the north, Java to the south, Sumatra to the west, and Sulawesi to the east Karimata Strait to its northwest links it to the South China Sea Contents 1 Geography 11 Extent 2 History 3 Economic activities 4 References 5 Further reading Geographyedit The Java Sea covers the southern section of the 1,790,000 km2 690,000 sq mi Sunda Shelf A shallow sea, it has a mean depth of 46 m 151 ft It measures about 1,600 km 990 mi east...

Gulf of Suez

The northern end of the Red Sea bifurcates into the Sinai Peninsula, creating the Gulf of Suez Arabic: خليج السويس‎‎; transliterated: khalīǧ as-suwais; formerly: بحر القلزم, transliterated: baḥar al-qulzum in the west and the Gulf of Aqaba to the east The gulf was formed within a relatively young but now inactive Gulf of Suez Rift rift basin, dating back about 28 million years1 It stretches some 300 kilometres 190 mi north by northwest, terminating at the Egyptian city of Suez and the entrance to the Suez Canal Along the mid-line of the gulf is the boundary between Africa and Asia2 The en...

Gulf of Kutch

The Gulf of Kutch is an inlet of the Arabian Sea along the west coast of India, in the state of Gujarat, which is renowned for extreme daily tides1 Contents 1 History 2 Geography 3 Flora and fauna 4 See also 5 References Historyedit The Gulf of Kutch is referred to in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, a travelogue written in about 50 CE, as the Gulf of Baraca2 Geographyedit The maximum depth of Gulf of Kutch is 402 feet 123 mcitation needed It is a region with highest potential of tidal energy generation It is about 99 miles in length, and divides Kutch and the Kathiawar peninsu...

Gulf of Khambhat

The Gulf of Khambhat also known as the Gulf of Cambay12 is an inlet of the Arabian Sea along the west coast of India, in the state of Gujarat About 130 kilometres 80 mi miles in length,1 it divides the Kathiawar Peninsula34 from the south-eastern part of Gujarat567 The Narmada, Tapti, Mahi and Sabarmati rivers drain into it There are plans to construct a 30-kilometre 19 mi dam across the gulf8 Wildlifeedit To the west of the Gulf, Asiatic lions inhabit the Gir Forest National Park and its surroundings, the region of Kathiawar or Saurashtra234 To the east of the Gulf, the region of th...

Gulf of Aqaba

The Gulf of Aqaba Arabic: خليج العقبة‎‎, Khalij al-Aqabah or Gulf of Eilat Hebrew: מפרץ אילת‎‎, Mifrats Eilat is a large gulf at the northern tip of the Red Sea, east of the Sinai Peninsula and west of the Arabian mainland Its coastline is divided between four countries: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia Contents 1 Geography 11 Cities 12 Extent 2 Geology 3 Ecology 4 History 5 Tourism 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Geographyedit The Sinai Peninsula separating the Gulf of Suez to the west and the Gulf of Aqaba, to the east The gulf is east of the Sinai Peninsula ...

Flores Sea

The Flores Sea covers 240,000 square kilometres 93,000 sq mi of water in Indonesia Contents 1 Geography 11 Extent 2 External links 3 References Geographyedit The seas that border the Flores Sea are the Bali Sea to the west, Java Sea to the northwest, and the Banda Sea to the east and northeast The Indian Ocean and Savu Sea lie to the south, but are separated from the Flores Sea by various islands Islands that border this sea are the Lesser Sunda Islands and Celebes Sulawesi Extentedit The International Hydrographic Organization IHO defines the Flores Sea as being one of th...

Bay of Bengal

The Bay of Bengal, the largest bay in the world,3 forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean Roughly triangular, it is bordered mostly by India and Sri Lanka to the west, Bangladesh to the north, and Myanmar Burma and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands India to the east The Bay of Bengal occupies an area of 2,172,000 square kilometres 839,000 sq mi A number of large rivers – the Ganges and its tributaries such as the Padma and Hooghly, the Brahmaputra and its tributaries such as the Jamuna and Meghna, other rivers such as the Irrawaddy River, Godavari, Mahanadi, Krishna and Ka...

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