Albarine Sea

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Albarine Sea
A satellite image of the Albarine Sea from the Coalition Space Station
LocationEast Adula
Basin countriesAlbarine, Alcarres, Alonnisosa, Buckingla, Durnstaal, Emmiria, New Elkland, Peoratia, Saudi Jiddiya, Serra Leon, Timeria
Surface area436,402 km2 (168,500 sq mi)
Average depth1,253 m (4,111 ft)
Max. depth2,212 m (7,257 ft)

The Albarine Sea is a large body of water in eastern Adula. It extends from the Sea of Austrolis to the Emmiria Sea and includes Valengny Bay and the Bay of Morevo. It is almost completely encompassed by the continent of Adula. It is connected to the Toyana Ocean through both the Emmiria Sea (through Tarijar Strait) and the Sea of Austrolis. The area has a large supply of fish as well as rich oil deposits beneath the seabed. The sea is a major shipping lane and millions of tons of cargo passes through it annually. Due to oceanic currents, denser and more saline water from the Sea of Austrolis flows into the Albarine Sea underneath the less dense, fresher outflowing water from the Albarine Sea. This creates a significant and permanent layer of deep water which does not drain or mix and is therefore anoxic. This anoxic layer is responsible for the preservation of ancient shipwrecks which have been found in the Albarine Sea. Important cities along the coast include Piva, Saint Raneau, Sersiu, and Courbagne.


Albarine Sea coast of western Artegana, with the skyline of Illaque on the horizon
Asper's Nest in Alcarres
Sanatorium Ordzhonikidze in Sparnata, Alonnisosa



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