Where is Bering Sea?
The Bering Strait (or Bering sea) is a marginal sea on the Northern end of the Pacific ocean between North America and North East Asia (Siberia).
The relatively flat sea lies between the West coast of Alaska (USA) and the East coast of Siberia (Russia). In the north it is connected to the Arctic Ocean by the Bering Strait. In the south, the border between the Pacific and the Bering Sea is formed by the island chain of the Aleutian Islands (USA) and the adjacent Commander Islands (Russia) to the West. In the West, the Bering Sea also meets the northern part of the Kamchatka Peninsula.
The Bering Sea, whose northern part remains ice-free from July to September due to the warm Alaskan stream (8 to 11 °C), is 2.26 million km2 in size and north of the westernmost island of the Alëutes up to 4096 m deep.
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