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What is the source of water in Arabian gulf

Asked by Vishnu Mishra, 03 Oct '08 09:00 am
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Arabian Gulf , or al-Khaleej al-Arabi in Arabic, is situated between the Arabian Peninsula and Southwest Asia. It is linked by the Straits of Hormuz towards the Arabian Sea which is the northwestern segment of the Indian Ocean. This is measured that the Arabian Gulf is approximately 615 miles long and possesses a maximum width of 210 miles. The Arabian Gulf occupies the area of about 93,000 square miles.

Actually almost all Arab countries have popularized the name of the Persian Gulf as Arabian Gulf' from the year of 1960. But this name is not acknowledged and accepted outside the Arab Domain.

The shallow water of the sea is with a most depth of about 350 feet, and due to such minimum depth high waves do not develop. In spite of high temperatures and dampness, the Arabian Gulf seldom experiences tempest and gale winds, and this is the main distinction from the Red Sea. This is notable that for various centuries those two sources of water served as principal way of communicatio ...more
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 03 Oct '08 09:10 am

 
  
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In the Arab gulf the natural source of water is very meagre.. the potable water in the gulf is genrally water produced by the reverse osmosis process..
Answered by abhishek sinha, 03 Oct '08 09:08 am

 
  
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