Abounding Blue: The Bering Sea

The frigid Bering Sea is situated north of the Pacific Ocean between North America and Asia. Despite chilling temperatures, the sea supports a vast range of life. The volcanic Aleutian Islands provide nesting sites for sea and shore birds. Hidden beneath the waves are cold-water corals with varieties of fish. Aquatic mammals such as porpoises and sea lions populate the shorelines and ocean’s surface. Abounding Blue illustrates the unexpected diversity of the Bering Sea