Marginal seas of the Arctic Ocean:
Marginal seas of the Atlantic Ocean:
Marginal seas of the Indian Ocean:
Marginal seas of the Mediterranean Sea:
Marginal seas of the Pacific Ocean:
Marginal seas of the Southern Ocean:
Seas barely marginal include the Tasman Sea.
Note that although the Caribbean Sea is enclosed by most of the Antilles and the mainland of the Americas, it is not a marginal sea because (together with the Gulf of Mexico) it forms the American mediterranean sea and its currents are mainly caused by salinity and temperature differences rather than by ocean winds.
Atmosphere and Marginal-Sea Interaction Leading to an Interannual Variation in Cold-Air Outbreak Activity over the Japan Sea
Dec 01, 2007; ABSTRACT The interannual variation in cold-air outbreak activity over the Japan Sea is investigated using Japan Meteorological...
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Measurements of Surface Wave Decay and Directional Spectra in the Marginal Sea Ice Zone*
Jan 01, 2007; ABSTRACT In March 2003 several autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) missions were carried out under sea ice in the western...