Gelög Sea coast
|Primary inflows||Mpeli, Suen, Eba|
|Ocean/sea sources||Sea of Alpa|
Ensia and Suenia · Maphun · Qgam · Soptemia · Tungkors
Alakaes · Faichan · Istlurlobe · Karduv · Malansi · Nokonozan and Humosh · Yerishe
|Frozen||Freezes over in winter|
|Settlements||Caa Ļer, Hwam Deang Ruom, Kaben, Nlóhùjoq, Rehleysa, Sobey, Uoku|
The Gelög Sea is a marginal sea of the Sea of Alpa enclosed by the peninsulas of Western Miraria and Soltenna. Due to low salinity and the area's cold climate, the whole of the sea is covered in seasonal ice during winter, for which the sea is notable.
The Gelög Sea is a semi-enclosed sea, and its extents are defined as follows:
Hydrology and Climate
Long-term measurements made within the top 2 metres at the port of Caa Ļer show a maximum average summer surface temperature ranging from approximately 6°C to 10°C, and a minimum winter temperature of -1°C.
As precipitation generally outweighs evaporation, the average salinity is quite low, varying by location between 6‰ and 10‰, with an average salinity of 6.5‰. Consequently, the sea is generally at least partially frozen during an average of five months of the year.