This is an informative article on the geography of the world’s oceans. It describes where each marine province is, how they are connected, and how they are divided up into smaller provinces.
This is a somewhat redundant article.
Although the article is informative, the link to it is confusing since the provinces are all listed in the wrong order.
In my opinion, the more informative article is this one from the coast to the mid-ocean ridge (as opposed to this one which is less informative but has a link to the original article). The order is more interesting because it provides a good overview of the area.
One thing I find interesting about the order is how it gives you an idea of how the various provinces are connected. The article is really good at describing the provinces, but not all of them. For example, the one province that doesn’t make sense is the province of the Coast, which is divided into several smaller provinces. The article describes each province as a separate country, but the order doesn’t reflect this.
Although the article did not address this issue, it did mention that the provinces are linked together by rivers and the coast is connected to the mid-ocean ridge. Since the coast is connected to the mid-ocean ridge I’d say it’s a good idea to get your provincial order right, but the article was very clear about how to do this.
While I’m not sure how to fix the order, I do know that provinces can be divided into smaller provinces, like a capital city, so that they are easier to reach.
This is not a good idea because province name is very important, but the article did mention that the province names can be used to help in this process. So you could say, “This province is located on the coast, which is a very long way away from the capital city, so it is important that it be connected to the north of the capital city.