7 oceans of the world map

7 oceans of the world map, How many oceans are there in the world, Names of oceans and bays.

The sea has always played an important role in the development of mankind and the development of trade.

Oceans, seas, or world oceans are interconnected bodies of salt water that cover more than 70 percent of the earth’s surface. The oceans support the earth’s climate and play an important role in the water cycle, the carbon cycle, and the nitrogen cycle.

Sodium chloride is the most abundant solids in seawater. It also contains magnesium, calcium and potassium salts along with many other elements.

A wide variety of bacteria, protists, algae, plants, fungi and animals are found in the sea.

The sea provides abundant food to mankind. Fish is the main one. However, shellfish, mammals and seaweed are found in the sea. People use the sea for leisure activities such as trade, tourism, mineral extraction, power generation, war and swimming, leisure travel and scuba diving.

How many oceans are there in the world

“Seven seas” is an ancient phrase for all the oceans of the world. The term has been associated with the seven oceans since the nineteenth century. These are:

1. North Ocean,

2. North Atlantic Ocean,

3. South Atlantic Ocean,

4. Indian Ocean,

5. North Pacific Ocean,

6. South Pacific Ocean,

7. Southern Ocean.

Picture: 7 oceans of the world map

Names of oceans and bays

Atlantic Ocean

* Baffin Bay,

* Gulf of St. Lawrence,

* Bay of Fundy,

* Caribbean Sea,

* Gulf of Mexico,

* Sea of ​​Sargasso,

* North Sea,

* Baltic Sea,

* Central Baltic Sea,

* Gulf of Bathnia,

* Bosnian Gulf,

* Bosnian Sea,

* Gulf of Finland,

* Sea of ​​the Hebrides,

* Irish Sea,

* Celtic Sea,

* Mediterranean,

* Adriatic Sea,

* Aegean Sea,

* Mirtoon Sea,

* Sea of ​​Crete,

* Thracian Sea,

* Alboran Sea,

* Mamara Sagar,

* Black Sea,

* Azov Sea,

* Catalan Sea,

* Ionian Sea,

* Ligurian Sea,

* Tyrrhenian Sea,

* Gulf of Sidra,

* Sea of ​​Marmara,

* Biscay Bay,

* Gulf of Guinea.

North Ocean

* Hudson Bay,

* James Bay,

* Barents Sea,

* Kara Sagar,

* Beaufort Sea,

* Amundsen Gulf,

* Greenland Sea,

* Norwegian Sea,

* Chukchi Sagar,

* Laptev Sea,

* East Siberian Sea,

* White Sea,

* Lincoln Sea.

Indian Ocean

* Red Sea,

* Bay of Bengal,

* Gulf of Aden,

* Persian Gulf,

* Gulf of Oman,

* Arabian Sea,

* Andaman Sea,

* Sea of Timur.

Pacific Ocean

* Chilean Sea,

* Bering Sea,

* Gulf of Alaska,

* Salish Sea,

* Sea of ​​Cortez (Gulf of California),

* Sea of ​​Okhotsk,

* Sea of ​​Japan,

* Seto Inland Sea,

* East China Sea,

* South China Sea,

* Sulu Sea,

* Celebes Sea,

* Bohol Sea (Mindanao Sea),

* Philippine Sea,

* Camotes Sea,

* Flores Sea,

* Bandha Sagar,

* Arafura Sea,

* Sea of ​​Timur,

* Tasman Sea,

* Yolu Sea,

* Bohai Sea,

* Coral Sea,

* Gulf of Carpentaria,

* Bismarck Sea,

* Sea of ​​Solomon,

* Ceram Sea,

* Halmahera Sea,

* Molucca Sea,

* Savu Sea,

* Sea of ​​Java,

* Gulf of Thailand.

Southern Ocean

*  Weddell Sea,

*  Ross Sea,

*  Great Australian Bight,

*  Gulf Saint Vincent,

*  Spencer Gulf,

*  Scotia Sea,

*  Amundsen Sea,

*  Bellingshausen Sea,

*  Davis Sea.

  Mediterranean seas

*  Aral Sea,

*  Caspian Sea,

*  Dead Sea,

*  Sea of Galilee,

*  Salton Sea,

*  Great Salt Lake.

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