In Alaska two oceans meet where water does not mix, which is also known as "the place where two oceans meet." And what makes these waters do not mix is the difference in salinity and density that exists between them. The water that is dark in color is that of the sea that is salty and that which is clear of the glacial that is fresh water.
Undoubtedly, this is a strange natural phenomenon that occurs between two seas, the North Pacific and the Bering Sea, which are two masses of water of colossal proportions that fight against each other, but without mixing. The difference between the waters are so many that they create a barrier between them, which is visible to the naked eye.
However, this phenomenon is due to eddies, which are eddies generated by currents and oceanic convection. That is, they are natural engines that are responsible for distributing water and sediments. At the same time, they produce richer areas and natural outgrowths of nutrients in certain areas due to ocean dynamics. And these eddies or eddies are hundreds of kilometers in diameter.
Therefore, these whirlpools along the coast of Alaska often carry with them large amounts of glacial sediments, which are washed away by rivers such as Copper, which carries a large quantity of clays, which color and cloud the Water.
In the end, these two types of water end up mixing, but they do so gradually and it takes time, everything depends on the sediment level of the currents.
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