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  • ALLPE Medio Ambiente

    Donde el Mar del Golfo de Alaska se encuentra con el agua de los glaciares (y no se mezclan) Esta maravillosa fotografía muestra la línea donde se encuentran el Mar del Golfo de Alaska y las aguas originadas por el deshielo de los glaciares de la costa. La diferencia de salinidad y densidad del agua impide que se mezclen de una manera eficiente, permitiendo fotografías como esta. El agua de azul oscuro es del mar (salada) y la de azul claro la de origen glaciar (dulce).

  • Sigalit Mendoza

    Where seas meet… this is going on my bucket list, if its true

  • Nadia Denisevich

    BALTIC AND NORTH SEAS MEET. This very rare and bizarre phenomenon when the seas meet can only be observed in the small town of Skagen at the northernmost region of Denmark. There, you can watch your jaw drop as you witness how the Baltic and North Seas meet. How did this happen? Apparently, the two opposing tides cannot merge at this exact point because of their different levels of densities.

  • Meghan McK

    The headland at Grenen (just north of Skagen), the northernmost point of Denmark, is a spectacular setting where one can watch an amazing natural phenomenon: the place where the North Sea and the Baltic Sea meet. The two opposing tides meet but cannot merge because the two bodies of water have different densities.

  • Eileen Qiu

    Fix the Planet: This is the place where two oceans meet... but do not mix! These two bodies of water were merging in the middle of The Gulf of Alaska and there was a foam developing only at their junction. It is a result of the melting glaciers being composed of fresh water and the ocean has a higher percentage of salt causing the two bodies of water to have different densities and therefore makes it more difficult to mix,

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