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Cooperation Sea

Cooperation Sea as part of the Southern Ocean

Cooperation Sea, also called Commonwealth Sea or Sodruzhestva Sea, is a sea of the Southern Ocean, between Enderby Land (the eastern limit of which is 59°34'E) and West Ice Shelf (85°E), off the coast of MacRobertson Land and Princess Elizabeth Land.[1] It stretches over an area of 258,000 km².

Davis Station is located on the coast of Cooperation Sea.

To the east of Cooperation Sea is Davis Sea, to the west is Cosmonauts Sea.

References

  1. ^ O’Brien, P.E., Cooper, A.K., Richter, C., et al., (2001). LEG 188 SUMMARY: PRYDZ BAY–COOPERATION SEA, ANTARCTICA. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Initial Reports. Volume 188.

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