Where is Norwegian Sea?
The European North sea is a marginal sea of the Atlantic ocean. It is the most important link between the open North Atlantic and the Arctic ocean.
The Sea lies between Norway, Iceland and the Svalbard archipelago and covers an area of about 1.1 million km2. Unlike the North Sea in the south and the Barents Sea in the Northeast, the European North Sea is not a shelf sea, but reaches depths of up to 4000 meters. The seabed is of a very uneven floor shape and rich in natural gas and oil, the coastal zones are used by numerous fish of the North Atlantic as a spawning area.
The North Atlantic current ensures uniform temperatures throughout the year, which are about 10 degrees above the intersection of latitudes. Together with the adjacent Greenland sea, the North sea is the source of North Atlantic deep water: warm, salty water cools here, and drops in depth. It is thus a crucial site for the formation and maintenance of thermohaline circulation.
What countries border the Norwegian Sea?
Where is Norwegian located?
What sea is Oslo on?
What is Norway famous?
Is Norwegian water safe to drink?
Is Norway colder than Sweden?
What is Norway’s weather like?
Can you see the northern lights in Norway?