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East Siberian Sea

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  • proper n. A marginal sea in the Arctic Ocean. This sea is bordering on the Laptev Sea in the West and the Chukchi Sea in the East.

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Examples

  • The Hermit tapped a finger on the map of the far reaches of Otherness where it joined with Upper Earth on tiny Henrietta Island in the East Siberian Sea.

    The Three Furies

  • During AO - conditions the East Siberian Sea receives much of its ice from the Beaufort Sea and there is an efficient route to carry ice clockwise around the arctic margin of the East Siberian Sea and out toward Fram Strait.

    Sea ice effect on marine systems in the Arctic

  • The Laptev Sea and part of the East Siberian Sea have open water along their coastline.

    Sea ice effect on marine systems in the Arctic

  • During the 1990s, the source of the transpolar drift moved eastward into the East Siberian Sea and the Beaufort Gyre shrank eastward into the Beaufort Sea [104].

    Arctic climate variability in the twentieth century

  • In the East Siberian Sea, the freezing is happening so fast that areas of abnormally warm water are being encircled and stranded.

    Ice Island T-3 « Climate Audit

  • The test launching was made from a position south of Lake Balkash; the target was located in the East Siberian Sea.

    Operation R.S.V.P.

  • To the north is the East Siberian Sea, and all around is frozen tundra, bare mountains, lakes, scrubland and larch forests.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Huge quantities of methane below the Arctic seabed are showing signs of destabilising, according to research conducted in the East Siberian Sea.

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  • Another factor suggesting increased ice loss is the NCEP forecast, which projects warm temperatures over the East Siberian Sea and Arctic Basin for the next few days.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • I expect to see the ice extent graphs showing steeper losses towards the end of the week, primarily in the East Siberian Sea.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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