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English: I made this map and hereby release it into the public domain. It shows the drainage basins for the major oceans and seas; grey areas are endorheic basins that do not drain to the ocean. Data is from the USGS Hydro1k project; information for Saskatchewan corrected by information from the Commission for Environmental Cooperation -- Citynoise
Description in large font size is used for oceans, in smaller font size is used for mediterranean seas. Only these mediterranean seas are listed which correspond to the definition of german Geographer Ernst Neef: A mediterranean sea is a sea between two Continents. Also found here: de:Mittelmeer -- W like wiki ( talk) 00:55, 12 March 2011 (UTC)
Français : Carte du monde des bassins versants. Les zones de couleur anthracite représentent les bassins endoréiques, qui ne sont reliés à aucun océan.
Česky: Úmoří světových oceánů, popř. významných moří či zálivů. Legenda úmoří: fialová - Tichý oceán, růžová - Indický oceán, zelená - Atlantický oceán, azurová - Severní ledový oceán, béžová - Jižní oceán, modrá - Mexický záliv, světle modrá - Středozemní moře, šedá - oblast neústící ve světovém oceánu
Date 2007-01-24 (first version); 2007-05-20 (last version)
Source Transfered from en.wikipedia
Author Original uploader was Citynoise at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Bolonium at en.wikipedia.
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