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  • | symbol = [[File:Earth symbol.svg|18px|Astronomical symbol of Earth]] | image = The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg
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  • ...on=(needs more images, not just map, flag, etc. to show what it is like in the country)|date=March 2017}} | conventional_long_name = People's Republic of China
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  • ..., La Jolla, La Jolla Village, Mission Beach, North City, North Clairemont, Pacific Beach, Torrey Pines, University City ...rict, Mission Bay Park, Mission Hills, Mission Valley, Morena, North Park, Ocean Beach, Old Town, Point Loma Heights, Roseville-Fleetridge, Sunset Cliffs, U
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  • | '''Cost of damage:''' ...] used to reference all of the [[hurricane|hurricanes]] happening in 2012. The season officially began on June 1 and ended on November 30. In total, 12 na
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  • ...ex.php?DNA=91 | publisher =Presidency of Mexico | title = Official Name of the Country | location = MX |date=2005-03-31 |accessdate= 2010-05-30}}</ref>}} | symbol_type = Seal of the Government of Mexico
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  • {{Five Oceans|Atlantic Ocean}} [[Image:Clouds over the Atlantic Ocean.jpg|thumb|right|250px|View from [[Nantucket]], [[Massachusetts]]]]
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  • ...a]] and the [[Dead Sea]]). For information about seas in general, see '''[[ocean]]'''. == List of seas, by ocean ==
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  • ...-author-amp =yes | title = ''Rhincodon typus'' | journal = [[IUCN Red List of Threatened Species]] | volume=2016 | page = e.T19488A2365291 | publisher = | image_caption = Whale shark from Taiwan in the [[Georgia Aquarium]]
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  • ...l period.<ref name="Gross">Gross, Grant M. 1972. ''Oceanography: a view of the Earth''. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs N.J. {{ISBN|0-13-629659-9}}</ref>< ...Some of it though, is below the water line. Beyond the continental shelf, the bottom goes down to much greater depths.
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  • ...How and what they eat is a better guide to their relationships. The study of cetaceans is called [[cetology]]. ***** [[North Pacific right whale]], ''Eubalaena japonica''
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  • [[File:Drake Passage - Lambert Azimuthal projection 0.png|thumb|right|The Drake Passage]] ...- South Georgia - South Sandwich Islands.png|thumb|right|The passage, with the [[Falklands]], [[South Georgia islands]] and [[South Sandwich islands]]]]
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  • [[File:Philippine Sea location.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The Philippine Sea]] ...hina [[Japan]] to the north, the [[Marianas]] to the east and [[Palau]] to the south.
    1,015 bytes (152 words) - 11:48, 31 August 2017
  • ...ater. The particles come from the [[Yellow River]]. Smaller rivers include the Yalu and [[Han River]]s. [[Category:Seas of the Pacific Ocean]]
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  • ...times called "''South Sea''", but this is more often used to speak only of the area near South Korea's southern coast. ...ith the [[Sea of Japan]] by the [[Korea Strait]]; it opens in the North to the [[Yellow Sea]].
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  • [[File:Sea of Japan Map en.png|thumb|300px|Sea of Japan]] ...ordered by [[Korea]] to the west, [[Russia]] to the north and [[Japan]] to the east and south.
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  • ...o_caption = Lower Yellowstone Falls where the Yellowstone River flows into the Grand Canyon | map_caption = Location of Yellowstone in the United States
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  • ...ng a characteristic set of natural communities that share a large majority of their species, dynamics, and environmental conditions (Dinerstein et al. 19 ...'''; and '''relatively stable or intact'''. Over half of the ecoregions in the Global 200 are rated endangered.
    16 KB (1,686 words) - 09:41, 26 July 2013
  • ...t]] ecoregions. The yellow line is the border of the ecoregions defined by the World Wide Fund for Nature.]] ...terrestrial ecoregions, and approximately 450 freshwater ecoregions across the Earth.
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  • ...first2=Terry C.|last3=Wilson|first3=Mark V. H.|year=2016|title=''Fishes of the World''|edition=5th|publisher=[[John Wiley & Sons]]|isbn=9781118342336}}</r ...ated in temperate waters, and are rare or absent in very cold or very warm seas.
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  • ...f [[krill]]. Krill are small [[shrimp]]-like [[crustacean]]s living in the ocean. ...euphausiidae'''. All the 85 other species of krill known are classified in the family [[Euphausiidae]].
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