Bering Sea

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January 23, 2022

The Bering Sea (or Imarpic Sea) is the sea in the North Pacific Ocean with a deep basin (the Aleutian Basin). It serves as the border between the Asian desert to the North American desert. Its borders are the country of Alaska to the east and northeast, Siberia and the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia to the west, Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands to the south and the Bering Strait to the north. Bristol Bay is the portion of the Bering Sea that separates the Alaska Peninsula from the Alaska mainland. The sea was named after the Danish navigator, Vitus Bering, the first European to sail here.

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