What makes up most of Alaska’s borders?

What covers most of Alaska?

Most of Alaska is surrounded by water. To the north is the Arctic Ocean, (the Beaufort Sea and the Chukchi Sea). To the south is the Gulf of Alaska and Pacific Ocean. To the west is the Bering Sea.

What is Alaska connected to?

Alaska is bordered by Canada (by the Canadian provinces of Yukon Territory and British Columbia) to the east, and it shares a maritime border with Russia to the west.

Is Alaska bigger than Texas?

One-fifth the size of the Lower 48, Alaska is bigger than Texas, California, and Montana combined! Alaska is also far-flung: 3.1 times wider (east to west) and 1.9 times taller (north to south) than Texas.

Is Alaska the biggest state?

3. While Alaska is the largest state by area, it’s among the smallest in population: Only about 740,000 people call the state home. … Anchorage is the state’s largest city with just less than 300,000 people. The capital city accounts for about 40 percent of the state’s population.

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