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The North Sea


About the North Sea


The North Sea (formerly as the German Sea ) is a sea to northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean. Anyone can find the North Sea on the map. It is bounded on the east coasts of Norway and Denmark, on the west coast of the British Isles and the south coasts of Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France. The North Sea is bordered by the Baltic Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the English Channel. The Elbe, the Rhine and the Thames rivers fall into this sea. The sea is connected to the Baltic Sea, the Kiel Canal (one of the busiest shipping lanes in Europe). The coastal shallow part of the North Sea is sometimes released under the name of the Wadden Sea . (Watts – a coastal beach, is laid bare at low tide). It is considered one of the best resort areas in Germany. The rest on the German coast is ideal for those who cannot tolerate a change of climatic zones and it is subject to allergic reactions. The healthy sea air, the plenty of sunny days and the complete absence of industrial pollution pose fame to the wonderful resorts located here.




One of them is Sylt - the largest island in the North Sea - called the king of the north. The long island of 38 km at its narrowest point is very beautiful and you can go in just 10 minutes there. The Sylt center, in Westerland town has all the features of a secular resort - elegant promenade and shopping streets, casinos and other attractions. Rest on the "Island," as regulars affectionately call it, can be afforded not only to very rich people. Sylt, like the resort of St. Peter in Ording is a popular place for surfers. This place is known that the famous film was shot here in 2005 " Pirates of the northern seas", ranked first at the box office in Germany.




The North European Sea has a different distribution of temperature in depth. The surface layer of water, except a broad band along the Greenland coast in summer is always above 0 °, even near the outskirts of the ice carried by the East Greenland Current. Often, the surface temperature reaches 5-10 ° in the eastern part of the sea, where the branch of the Gulf Stream is. The temperature of the North Sea can vary from -5 to +25 (in contrast to the northern seas of Russia where the temperature does not rise above 10 degrees Celsius) that creates the most diverse flora and fauna and the region. The North Sea is dominated by westerly and south-westerly winds, which reach the greatest force in winter. From November to March is the highest frequency of storms. Frequent changes of cyclones and anticyclones determine an unstable weather during all seasons.


Flora and fauna


In the North Sea , there are about 300 species of plants and more than 1,500 animals. It is usual for marine diatoms (mainly in the North sea), planktonic algae and green, brown, red macrophytes. Among the animals there are especially numerous crustaceans (600 species), worms, clams (about 300), coelenterates and fish (over 100). Characteristic of the North Sea are the sea birds, gannets, gulls, guillemots and others. The North Sea is one of the most productive seas in the world. Characteristic of the sea are : the littoral thickets fucoids, the large populations of mussels, barnacles, worms, amphipods, deeper there are a lot of sea grass, eelgrass, large clams (modiola, scallops, oysters): the biomass of benthos in the middle of the sea is of 350 g / m 2 . In 1912 in the North Sea the Chinese crab was introduced, which greatly multiplied and became a pest in the south, where burrows disrupt the coast. The North Sea offers significant fish stocks. There is the mined cod, the Atlantic herring, the shrimp, the halibut and other fish species.


Economic importance


The North Sea has great economic value by the fact that its shores are the most developed industrial countries of Western Europe (Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and Scandinavian countries) and the most important trade routes from the Baltic Sea into the Atlantic Ocean take place by sea. The sea has major fishery resources, oil and natural gas. The countries surrounding the North Sea is home to over 200 million people who create more than 1 / 5 of gross domestic product and produces about 1 /4 industrial products of the capitalist world. The North Sea is one of the major oil and gas regions in the world. The oil reserves in the North Sea have been opened 50 years ago in the XX century. It is still one of the most important energy sources for Norway and the UK, the Netherlands and other European Union countries. The North Sea is of great importance as a sea route from the North and the Baltic Seas in the North and South America . The main ports are: London , Antwerp , Rotterdam and Hamburg .

Others The Most Beautiful Seas in the World .

The seas are beautiful and mysterious .
They fascinate, attract, please, make one forget the problems of today and give you their miracles .
Egypt, UAE, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Cyprus, Mauritius, Greece, Italy…A holiday at the seaside in any of these countries allows to soak up on the beautiful beaches, to do active sports, fishing, scuba diving, to visit wonderful tours and to get acquainted with the natural, historical and cultural sights, to taste the unusual, local cuisine, to buy souvenirs and make quite a bargain.
And with each burst the fatigue decreases and the cities clear your nervous system from stress.
  What a sea is   A sea is a generic name given to the vast expanses of standing water, deep and salty, on the Earth's surface, which are usually united by a narrow ocean.
A sea is also a part of the ocean, isolated land, islands or underwater terrain elevations, different from the hydrological and meteorological regime of an open ocean: salinity, water temperature, currents, etc.
The more closed the sea dry land is, the more it differs from the ocean.
A sea is sometimes an open ocean or a large lake.
  Sea classification   According to the degree of isolation and according to the characteristics of the hydrological regime, the seas of the world are divided into internal or semi-enclosed seas, marginal and inter-island seas.
From the geological point of view, the modern seas are young formations: they are all defined in outline, similar to modern, in the Paleogene-Neogene time, and finally took shape in the man-made.
The deepest seas were formed in the areas of major crustal faults ( The Mediterranean Sea).
Shallow seas have flooded waters in the oceans outlying parts of the continents in their lowered or increased sea level and are usually on the continental shelf.
A seaside is a narrow part of shallow seas and oceans, including the drying zone at a low tide.
  The most important seas   In all there are 54 seas, but the most important seas are probably these: The Baltic Sea,  The North Sea,  The Black Sea,  The Mediterranean Sea, The Marmara Sea, The Aegean Sea, The Caspian Sea, The Azov Sea, The Ligurian Sea, The Tyrrhenian Sea, The Ionian Sea, The Adriatic Sea,  The Norwegian Sea,  The Red Sea,  The Caribbean Sea, The Labrador Sea, Beaufort,  Bering,  Philippines,  The Yellow Sea, The Sea of Japan,  China South and East Celebes and Sulu (the Philippines),  Saudi,  Laccadive,  Maldives,  Tasman, Timor, Arafura (in Australia) The Coral Sea, Bismarck and the Solomon Sea.
  The Marmara Sea is the smallest sea, the largest sea is the Sargasso.
The saltiest sea is the Red Sea.
Because of the lack of a river flow, the water of the Red Sea is one of the most transparent.
The visibility in the water is of a few tens of meters.
The Red Sea also occupies a top position in the list of the warmest seas, with temperatures up to 32 degrees.
The sea is very popular with snorkellers.
Some seas are named by the color of the sea, for example, the same Red Sea is named for the brown microalgae, which give the water a reddish hue.
The Black Sea is named due to the fact that if you omit the depth of any object, it will be covered with a black coating (hydrogen sulphide salt dark color).
The Sargasso Sea due to the green of the large amount of algae.
The Baltic Sea is called golden because the water dissolved in the sea several times more gold than in other seas, six times higher than in the Black Sea.
In all the seas and oceans were dissolved 15 - 25 billion pounds of gold.
  What could be a great holiday at the seaside ? Tender southern sun, the refreshing breeze, filled with delightful aromas, golden beaches and a strip of translucent waves, with a quiet rustle of rolling to the shore.
Holidays at the seaside is an opportunity to relax, to forget about everyday problems and concerns and take a lot of delightful impressions and emotions! In modern beach resorts, without exaggeration, there is everything for a comfortable stay! Beautiful beaches and restaurants with fine dining, sports clubs and spas, shopping malls and a variety of nightly entertainment.
And, of course, each country has its own unique national flavor and rich history, which can dip into, visiting attractions and tours.
Holidays at the seaside is the most popular form of recreation.
Everyone wants a long-awaited vacation at the sea , but for all of us, these concepts are different.
Someone likes to lie on the beach, while others want to heal.
And to make your beach vacation like this you need to get as much information about the place where you are going.
This poll contains a lot of very diverse information.
Visit and enjoy the seas! Good luck to all! Wonderful holidays and a deep blue sea!

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The North Sea -  Coast of Denmark
The North Sea - Coast of Denmark

The North Sea - Fabulous landscape
The North Sea - Fabulous landscape

The North Sea - Beautiful scenery
The North Sea - Beautiful scenery

The North Sea - Coast in Scotland
The North Sea - Coast in Scotland

The North Sea - Impressive view
The North Sea - Impressive view

The North Sea - Charming natural view of the sea
The North Sea - Charming natural view of the sea