Bering Sea


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Bering Sea

A northward extension of the Pacific Ocean between Siberia and Alaska, lying north of the Aleutian Islands and connected with the Arctic Ocean by the Bering Strait.

Bering Sea

(ˈbɛrɪŋ)
n
(Placename) a part of the N Pacific Ocean, between NE Siberia and Alaska. Area: about 2 275 000 sq km (878 000 sq miles)

Ber′ing Sea′


n.
a part of the N Pacific N of the Aleutian Islands. 878,000 sq. mi. (2,274,000 sq. km).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bering Sea - part of the North Pacific between Alaska and SiberiaBering Sea - part of the North Pacific between Alaska and Siberia; connected to the Arctic Ocean by the Bering Strait
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
Translations

Bering Sea

[ˈberɪŋˈsiː] Nmar m de Bering

Bering Sea

[ˌbɛrɪŋˈsiː] n
the Bering Sea → la mer de Béring

Bering Sea

[ˈbɛərɪŋˈsiː] n the Bering Seail mare di Bering
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It was unparalleled, undreamed-of, that I, Humphrey Van Weyden, a scholar and a dilettante, if you please, in things artistic and literary, should be lying here on a Bering Sea seal- hunting schooner.
The seventh year his schooner was seized in Bering Sea by a Russian cruiser, and all hands, so the talk went, were slammed into the Siberian salt mines.
We are getting near Bering Sea, and there are storms and blizzards.
And when the ice goes out of Bering Sea, the man and woman go away on a steamship.
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The last grub steamboats up from Bering Sea were stalled by low water at the beginning of the Yukon Flats hundreds of miles north of Dawson.
The At-Sea Processors Association represents six companies that own and operate sixteen US flag-bearing, catcher-processor vessels--also known as at-sea processors--that participate in the healthy and abundant ground-fish harvests of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands management areas and in the West Coast Pacific Whiting fishery.
My opinion is that they went into the Bering Sea to demonstrate their capability to operate that far North," Harris said.
Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said it was the first time the United States had seen Chinese navy ships in the Bering Sea.
2005) and can vary annually depending on the extent of the "cold pool" (Kotwicki and Lauth, 2013), a near bottom layer of cold (<2[degrees]C) water that forms across mid-depths (50-100 m) of the eastern Bering Sea shelf.