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Appendix A




IHO MEMBER STATES’ RESERVATIONS




  1. NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN


No reservations.


  1. BALTIC SEA


No reservations.


  1. MEDITERRANEAN REGION


No reservations.


  1. SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN


No reservations.


  1. INDIAN OCEAN


Reservation by Australia. Australia issues charts and publications depicting Australia's limits of the Indian Ocean, as shown in the diagram below.




  1. SOUTH CHINA AND EASTERN ARCHIPELAGIC SEAS


No reservations.


  1. NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN


No reservations.


  1. SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN


Reservation by Australia. Australia issues charts and publications depicting Australia's limits of the South Pacific Ocean, as shown in paragraph 5 above.

  1. ARCTIC OCEAN

9.1 EAST SIBERIAN SEA
Reservation by the USA. The USA has proposed that the northern limit be defined by a line from the northern most point of Ostrov Vrangelya to the northern sides of Ostrava Dehong, following the definition provided in the 3rd Edition of S-23 in 1953, as shown in the diagram below (green).


9.2 LAPTEV SEA
Reservation by the USA. The USA has proposed that the northern limit be defined by a line from Mys Molotov to the northern extremity of Ostrov Kotel'nyy, following the definition provided in the 3rd Edition of S-23 in 1953, as shown in the diagram below.


9.9 DAVIS STRAIT
Reservation by Russian Federation. In Russia, the Davis Strait is referred to being in the Atlantic Ocean.


9.16 CHUKCHI SEA
Reservation by Russian Federation. Russian usage supports a northwestern limit of Chukchi Sea extending to the position 76°N - 180°W, as shown in the diagram below (green).


10. SOUTHERN OCEAN
Reservation by Australia. Australia issues charts depicting Australia's limits of the Southern Ocean north of 60°, as shown in paragraph 5 above.
10.2 LAZAREV SEA
Reservation by Norway. Norway recognizes the name Kong Håkon VII Hav which covers the sea area adjacent to Dronning Maud Land and stretching from 20W to 45E. The southern limit is the ice edge and the northern limit is the 60S parallel, as shown in the diagram below (green).

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Appendix B



NAMES OF OCEANS & SEAS IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH



ENGLISH VERSION

FRENCH VERSION



1)North Atlantic Ocean & subdivisions
Bay of Biscay (Golfe de Gascogne)

Bay of Fundy

Bristol Channel

Carribbean Sea

Celtic Sea

Dover Strait (Pas de Calais)

English Channel (La Manche)

Gulf of Guinea

Gulf of Mexico

Gulf of St.Lawrence

Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland

Irish Sea

Labrador Sea

North Atlantic Ocean

North Sea

Skagerrak

Straits of Florida
2)Baltic Sea & subdivisions
Baltic Sea

Bay of Bothnia

Bothnian Sea

Central Baltic Sea

Gulf of Bothian

Gulf of Finland

Gulf of Riga

Kattegat


Lillebælt

Sound Sea


Storebælt

The Sound


3)Mediterranean Sea & subdivisions
Adriatic Sea

Aegean Sea

Alboran Sea

Balearic Sea

Black Sea

Ionian Sea

Ligurian Sea

Mediterranean Sea

Mediterranean Sea, Western Basin

Mediterranean Sea, Eastern Basin

Sea of Azov

Sea of Marmara

Strait of Gibraltar

Strait of Sicily

Tyrrhenian Sea
4) Southern Atlantic Ocean & subdivisions
Drake Passage

Rio de la Plata

Scotia Sea

South Atlantic Ocean


5)Indian Ocean & subdivisions
Andaman Sea

Arabian Sea

Arafura Sea

Bay of Bengal

Great Australian Bight

Gulf of Aden

Gulf of Aqaba

Gulf of Carpentaria

Gulf of Mannar

Gulf of Oman

Gulf of Suez

Indian Ocean

Joseph Bonaparte Gulf

Lakshadweep Sea

Mozambique Channel

Palk Bay


Palk Strait

Persian Gulf

Red Sea

Strait of Hormuz



Timor Sea
6)South China & Eastern Archipelagic Seas

Aru Sea


Bali Sea

Banda Sea

Celebes Sea

Ceram Sea

Flores Sea

Gulf of Thailand

Gulf of Tonkin

Halmahera Sea

Jawa Sea

Malacca Strait

Molucca Sea

Natuna Sea

Sawu Sea

Selat Sumba

Selat Makasar

Selat Sunda

Singapore Strait

South China Sea

Sulu Sea

Teluk Berau

Teluk Bone

Teluk Tomini


7) North Pacific Ocean & subdivisions
Anadyrskiy Zaliv

Bering Sea

Bering Strait

Bo Hai


Coastal Waters of Southeast Alaska and British Colombia

East China Sea

Gulf of Alaska

Gulf of California

Gulf of Panama

Liaodong Wan

North Pacific Ocean

Phillippine Sea

Sea of Okhotsk

Seto Naikai

Tai-Wan Strait

Tatarskiy Proliv

Yellow Sea
8) South Pacific Ocean & subdivisions
Bass Strait

Bismark Sea

Coral Sea

Great Barrier Reef (Coastal Waters)

Gulf of Papua

Solomon Sea

South Pacific Ocean

Tasman Sea

Torres Strait
9) Arctic Ocean & subdivisions
Arctic Ocean

Baffin Bay

Barents Sea

Beaufort Sea

Chukchi Sea

Davis Strait

East Siberian Sea

Greenland Sea

Hudson Bay

Hudson Strait

Iceland Sea

Kara Sea


Laptev Sea

Lincoln Sea

Northwestern Passages

Norwegian Sea

White Sea
10) Southern Ocean & Subdivisions
Amundsen Sea

Bellingshausen Sea

Bransfield Strait

Cooperation Sea

Cosmonauts Sea

Davis Sea

Drake Passage

Dumont d’Urville Sea

Lazarev Sea

Mawson Sea

McMurdo Sound

Ross Sea


Riiser-Larsen Sea

Somov Sea

Southern Ocean

Tryoshnikova Gulf

Weddell Sea




1) Océan Atlantique Nord et ses subdivisions

Golfe de Gascogne (Bay of Biscay)

Baie de Fundy

Canal de Bristol

Mer des Antilles ou Mer des Caraïbes

Mer Celtique

Pas de Calais (Dover Strait)

La Manche (English Channel)

Golfe de Guinée

Golfe du Mexique

Golfe du Saint-Laurent

Mer côtière de la côte ouest de l’Écosse

Mer d'Irlande

Mer du Labrador

Océan Atlantique Nord

Mer du Nord

Skagerrak

Détroit de Floride



2) Mer Baltique et ses subdivisions

Mer Baltique

Baie de Botnie

Mer de Botnie

Mer Baltique centrale

Golfe de Botnie

Golfe de Finlande

Golfe de Riga

Kattegat

Petit Belt

Mer du Sound

Grand Belt

Öresund
3) Mer Méditerranée et ses subdivisions
Mer Adriatique

Mer Égée


Mer d'Alboran

Mer des Baléares

Mer Noire

Mer Ionienne

Mer de Ligurie ou Mer Ligurienne

Mer Méditerranée

Mer Méditerranée, Bassin Ouest

Mer Méditerranée, Bassin Est

Mer d'Azov

Mer de Marmara

Détroit de Gibraltar

Détroit de Sicile

Mer Tyrrhénienne
4) Océan Atlantique Sud et ses subdivisions
Passage de Drake

Rio de la Plata

Mer de Scotia

Océan Atlantique Sud


5) Océan Indien et ses subdivisions
Mer des Andaman

Mer d'Arabie

Mer d'Arafura

Golfe du Bengale

Grande Baie Australienne

Golfe d'Aden

Golfe d'Aqaba

Golfe de Carpentarie

Golfe de Mannar

Golfe d'Oman

Golfe de Suez

Océan Indien

Golfe de Joseph Bonaparte

Mer des Laquedives

Canal du Mozambique

Baie de Palk

Détroit de Palk

Golfe Persique

Mer Rouge

Détroit d'Hormuz

Mer de Timor
6) Mer de Chine Méridionale et mers des archipels orientaux
Mer d'Aru

Mer de Bali

Mer de Banda

Mer de Célèbes

Mer de Céram

Mer de Florès

Golfe de Thaïlande

Golfe du Tonkin

Mer de Halmahera

Mer de Java

Détroit de Malacca

Mer des Moluques

Mer des Natuna

Mer de Sawu

Détroit de Sumba

Détroit de Macassar

Détroit de la Sonde

Détroit de Singapour

Mer de Chine Méridionale

Mer de Sulu

Golfe de Berau

Golfe de Bone

Golfe de Tomini
7) Océan Pacifique Nord et ses subdivisions
Golfe de l’Anadyr

Mer de Béring

Détroit de Béring

Bo Hai


Eaux côtières d'Alaska du sud-est et de la Colombie-Britannique

Mer de Chine Orientale

Golfe d'Alaska

Golfe de Californie

Golfe de Panama

Golfe du Liaodong

Océan Pacifique Nord

Mer des Philippines

Mer d'Okhotsk

Seto Naikai

Détroit de Taïwan

Détroit de Tatarie

Mer Jaune
8) Océan Pacifique Sud et ses subdivisions
Détroit de Bass

Mer des Bismarck

Mer de Corail

Récif de la Grande Barrière (Eaux côtières)

Golfe de Papouasie

Mer des Salomon

Océan Pacifique Sud

Mer de Tasman

Détroit de Torres
9) Océan Arctique et ses subdivisions
Océan Arctique

Baie de Baffin

Mer de Barents

Mer de Beaufort

Mer des Tchouktches

Détroit de Davis

Mer de Sibérie Orientale

Mer du Groenland

Baie d'Hudson

Détroit d'Hudson

Mer d'Islande

Mer de Kara

Mer des Laptev

Mer de Lincoln

Passages du Nord-Ouest

Mer de Norvège

Mer Blanche
10) Océan Austral et ses subdivisions
Mer d'Amundsen

Mer de Bellingshausen

Détroit de Bransfield

Mer de la Coopération

Mer des Cosmonautes

Mer de Davis

Passage de Drake

Mer Dumont d'Urville

Mer de Lazarev

Mer de Mawson

Détroit de McMurdo

Mer de Ross

Mer de Riiser-Larsen

Mer de Somov

Océan Austral

Golfe de Tryochnikova

Mer de Weddell


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Appendix C




IHO TECHNICAL RESOLUTION A 4.2




International Standardization of Geographical Names

1.- It is resolved that the IHB should maintain continuous contact with the United Nations Organization and specifically with the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, for all studies or actions relating to geographical names involving or affecting hydrographic publications. The Bureau should insure that actions previously taken on hydrographic matters, with respect to names, within the IHO are brought to the attention of appropriate United Nations Conferences or working groups. The Bureau should also promulgate to Member States information on all significant developments on this subject as they occur.


2.- It is recommended that, since national standardization of geographical names is an essential preliminary to international standardization, Hydrographic Offices encourage and support the establishment of national names authorities, following the principles and procedures recommended by the resolutions on this subject adopted by the United Nations Conferences on Geographical Names.
3.- It is recommended that the IHB co-operate with the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names with the object of achieving international standardization of names of maritime and undersea features.
4.- It is further recommended that co-operation should, in particular, be extended in the under-mentioned activities of the United Nations Group of Experts:
a) Study of existing national and international practices concerning the delineation and naming of oceans and seas, including their integral subdivisions, beyond the limits of national jurisdiction, with a view to recommending improvements in current nomenclatural practices and procedures.
b) Drawing up a system for naming undersea features beyond a single sovereignty and proposing it as a basis for preparing an international convention on the subject.
c) Standardizing the definitions of undersea feature "terms and definitions" in order to promote their acceptance and use by names authorities.
d) Developing procedures for international standardization of naming new undersea features as they are discovered, defined and identified in the future.
5.- It is recommended that when Hydrographic Offices produce gazetteers or geographical dictionaries, these publications be standardized as far as possible in accordance with resolutions on the subject adopted by the United Nations.
6.- It is recommended that where two or more countries share a given geographical feature (such as, for example, a bay, strait, channel or archipelago) under a different name form, they should endeavour to reach agreement on fixing a single name for the feature concerned. If they have different official languages and cannot agree on a common name form, it is recommended that the name forms of each of the languages in question should be accepted for charts and publications unless technical reasons prevent this practice on small scale charts. e.g. English Channel/La Manche.
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