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Bothnia

Gulf of. an arm of the Baltic Sea, extending north between Sweden and Finland
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SSTs across large swathes of the Baltic and the Gulf of Bothnia area, in particular, had SSTs >18[degrees]C for several weeks beginning in mid-July and ceasing in mid-August (Figure 3).
In Finland, for example, guests at the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort can enjoy views of wintery landscapes on a two-hour snow tank safari (63 euros per person), or head to the Gulf of Bothnia for a short cruise in an icebreaker (719 euros per person).
The Caribbean Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Tasman Sea, the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea, the Yellow Sea, the North Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, the Atlantic Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Biscay, Lake Superior, the Strait of Gibraltar, the Gulf of Bothnia: Seascapes (Damiani) collects a Rothko-like series of images of these and other bodies of water, all captured by Japanese artist and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Summary: Finnair opens new routes to Sweden, and will fly daily to LuleEaAN and UmeEaAN on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia
ICEBREAKER SAMPO: A full day in the open arctic seascape of the Gulf of Bothnia on the former icebreaker for the Finnish government.
The Aland Islands lie at the entrance to the Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea, inhabited by a predominantly Swedish population who speak Swedish, and whose emotional ties were decidedly bound to Sweden.
Some three hours from the capital Helsinki, washed by the chilly Gulf of Bothnia, Rauma is a cobbled network of wonderfully preserved wooden buildings, some dating from the 1600s, most late 1800s.
The Gulf of Bothnia is between which Scandinavian countries?
Rodriguez, 19, of 27 Bothnia St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued to April 11.
Quotas have been increased for three stocks (herring in the Central Baltic zone and Gulf of Bothnia, and cod in the Western Baltic) but reduced for the herring and cod stocks in the Western Baltic, as well as for salmon and sprat.
Establishing new sources of LNG, it said, "increases energy supply diversity and delivery reliability while reducing emissions, especially in industries in which other fossil fuels are used as energy sources." Also, it creates a competing supply of gas in Finland, "which will make the gas market function better while making gas prices more competitive." One project that could benefit has been proposed in the Tornio region, 575 miles north of Helsinki at the northern tip of the Gulf of Bothnia, where steel manufacturer Outokumpu is seeking to build a $150 million LNG terminal.
The total allowable catches (TACs) for the Baltic sea for the pelagic stock (herring and sprat) for the Central Baltic, Gulf of Riga and the Gulf of Bothnia correspond to the maximum sustainable yield (MSY, or the rate of capture allowing for the renewal of the species) for 2014, with the exception of the TAC for herring in the Western Baltic, which corresponds to the temporary level in relation to the MSY.