Bellingshausen Sea

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Bel·lings·hau·sen Sea

 (bĕl′ĭngz-hou′zən)
An arm of the southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of Antarctica extending from Alexander I Island to Thurston Island.
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Bellingshausen Sea

(ˈbɛlɪŋzˌhaʊzən)
n
(Placename) an area of the S Pacific Ocean off the coast of Antarctica
[named after Fabian Gottlieb Bellingshausen (1778–1852), Russian explorer]
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Bel′lings•haus•en Sea′

(ˈbɛl ɪŋzˌhaʊ zən)
n.
an arm of the S Pacific Ocean, W of Antarctic Peninsula.
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Amundsen, and eastern Ross seas, but that still omits the Bellinghausen Sea. Second, on page 45 it is claimed that the over 7 km spatial resolution of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) is better than that which can be achieved by active microwave remote sensing.

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