Which nine countries have a coastline on the Baltic Sea?

The Baltic Sea is surrounded by nine countries: Denmark, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Finland and Sweden.

Which countries have coastlines on the Baltic Sea?

The EU Member States – Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany – and Russia are all directly bordering the Baltic Sea. Parts of Norway and Belarus, both no riparian countries, are in the catchment area of the Baltic Sea.

Which country has coastline on both the North and Baltic Seas?

Russia is considered to border the North Pacific Ocean, and has a coastline on two of the marginal seas of the Arctic Ocean, the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea.

Does Russia have access to the Baltic Sea?

There are nine countries with a shoreline at the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia (at the Gulf of Finland, and at the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad Oblast), Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, and Sweden.

Can you swim in the Baltic Sea?

The Baltic sea water is cool, but not cold at summer. … The beach is safe, and you cannot swim so far, because you will kick some sea-rocks when you go far away from the shore. The water is shallow, just go to try it, no harm.

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Why salinity is low in Baltic Sea?

Answer : Salinity is low in the land locked Baltic Sea because of the high temperature. The fresh water from the surrounding land gets run off and the salt density is also low. The Baltic Sea is almost land-locked and covers an area of “122415 000 km”.

Why is the Baltic Sea so polluted?

The Baltic Sea is almost totally surrounded by land and therefore more endangered by pollution than other marine areas. The sources of marine pollution are municipal and industrial waste inputs directly into the sea or via rivers, and atmospheric inputs mainly from traffic and agriculture.

Is there sharks in the Baltic Sea?

Distribution: Contrary to popular belief, there are sharks in the Baltic Sea. In fact, 31 species of sharks and closely related skates, rays and chimaeras (collectively known as cartilaginous fishes) have been recorded in this area.

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