Translation for 'Wadden Sea' from English to French
mer {f} des Wadden [zone côtière de la baie germanique en mer du Nord]
Wadden Sea
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Canal {m} de Kiel
North Sea-Baltic Sea Canal
mer {f} des Moluques
Molucca Sea
mer {f} de Florès
Flores Sea
mer {f} de Tasman
Tasman Sea
mer {f} des Philippines
Philippine Sea
mer {f} démontéestormy sea
mer {f} de Banda
Banda Sea
mer {f} de Bali
Bali Sea
mer {f} de Timor
Timor Sea
mer {f} de Botnie
Bothnian Sea
mer {f} de Java
Java Sea
mer {f} d'Arabie
Arabian Sea
mer {f} de Ross
Ross Sea
mer {f} Celtique
Celtic Sea
mer {f} d'Amundsen
Amundsen Sea
mer {f} de Sulawesi
Celebes Sea
mer {f} de Célèbes
Celebes Sea
archipel {m} finlandais
Archipelago Sea
mer {f} de Bismarck
Bismarck Sea
carte {f} marine
sea chart
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Usage Examples English
  • The evidence for this are the "Warften" (værfter) in the area that are built after the same method as the ones alongside the Wadden Sea towards the Netherlands.
  • Tourism is another important source of income: the principal tourist destinations include the lakes in the southwest of the province and the islands in the Wadden Sea to the north.
  • Part of the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009, is located in the municipality, including the sandbank Simonszand and the uninhabited islands Rottumeroog, Rottumerplaat, and Zuiderduintjes.
  • The municipality of De Marne lies in the north-western part of the province of Groningen, adjoining the Wadden Sea.
  • The entire coastal region is part of the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park.

  • The Wadden Sea on the east side between Sylt and the mainland has been a nature reserve and bird sanctuary since 1935 and is part of the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park.
  • The Agreement on the Conservation of Seals in the Wadden Sea, enforced in 1991, prohibits the killing or harassment of seals in the Wadden Sea, specifically targeting the harbor seal population.
  • It borders on Friesland to the west, Drenthe to the south, the German state of Lower Saxony to the east, and the Wadden Sea to the north.
  • Coastal flood prevention levees are also common along the inland coastline behind the Wadden Sea, an area devastated by many historic floods.
  • The coasts of the North Sea are home to nature reserves including the Ythan Estuary, Fowlsheugh Nature Preserve, and Farne Islands in the UK and the Wadden Sea National Parks in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands.

  • The complex at Den Oever includes the "Stevin" lock (named after mathematician and engineer Simon Stevin) and three series of five sluices for discharging the IJsselmeer into the Wadden Sea; the other complex at Kornwerderzand is composed of the "Lorentz" locks (named after the physicist) and two series of five sluices, making a total of 25 discharge sluices.
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