Grand Banks, portion of the North American continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean, lying southeast of Newfoundland island, Canada. It as an international fishing ground, the banks extend for 350 miles (560 km) north to south and for 420 miles (675 km) east to west.
Which one of the following seas is without a coastline?
The Sargasso Sea, located entirely within the Atlantic Ocean, is the only sea without a land boundary. Mats of free-floating sargassum, a common seaweed found in the Sargasso Sea, provide shelter and habitat to many animals.
Under normal conditions, which one of the following is the correct sequential developments of features made by fluvial action?