Where is Timor Sea?
The Timor Sea is an approximately 61,500 km2 large secondary sea of the Indian Ocean with a maximum depth of 3300 meters.
The average depth of the Timor Sea is 406 metres, stretching between the Australian north coast, the island of Timor and the Arafura Sea in the East. In the North-West of the Sawusee is located in the North of the Banda sea. The over 3000 Meter deep Timor Trench runs under the Timor Sea. The Timorese call the rough Timor sea on Tetum Tasi Mane, the male sea, in contrast to the peaceful sea to the North, the Tasi Feto, the women of the sea.
The Timor Sea is part of the Indonesian throughflow (ITF) and its largest outlet. The ITF is important for the global climate as it provides a pathway for warm, fresh water from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean. It represents the upper Arm in global heat exchange.
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