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Report on the 1979 geological expedition to the Peary Land region, North Greenland.
|Series||Rapport / Grønlands geologiske undersøgelse,, nr. 99, Rapport (Grønlands geologiske undersøgelse) ;, nr. 99.|
|LC Classifications||QE70 .D43 nr. 99|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||81201613|
The 1,metre (4, ft) Qaqugdluit mountain land on the south side of Nuussuaq peninsula, 50 kilometres (31 miles) west of the Greenland inland ice at 70°7′50″N 51°44′30″W / °N °W /, is an example of the many mountainous areas of west Greenland. Up to (Stage 0) it showed postglacial glacier. to Greenland, was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, July 2, , the son of Horace and Mary Paine (Parker) Hobbs. His early education was received at Auburn, Massachusetts, Worcester Academy, and Worcester Free Institute of Industrial Science, from which he was graduated with a .
Most of the material of Sulcipentamerus lunatus sp. nov. described and illustrated in this study was collected by John Hurst in Washington Land during the major North Greenland geological mapping project by the Geological Survey of Greenland (GGU) in the –s. During these campaigns, specimens were also collected by John Peel at the. As part of a person climbing expedition to northern Greenland in , Gardiner set foot on the northernmost point of land on Earth, made the .
Kolthoff expedition (Swedish) in the same year, in about the same region, reported the presence of a herd of , pl ⇑ u s about 30 calves. The Danish expedition of reported some 30 ovibos on Germania Land, and observed a few herds as far north as Peary Land. Geology of Greenland Survey Bulletin Before the fusion of Geological Surveys of Denmark (DGU) and Geological Surveys of Greenland (GGU) to GEUS, GGU published their own bulletin series with s cientific, internationally reviewed papers based on research results from Greenland and off-shore areas, as well as comparable conditions in, or relationships to, the north Atlantic and Arctic.
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Report of the geological expedition to the Peary Land region, North Greenland. Rapp Grønlands Geol Unders Brown WL, Parsons I, Becker SM () L'evolution des textures des cryptoperthites en fonction de leur position dans le.
The Shackleton–Rowett Expedition (–22) was Sir Ernest Shackleton's last Antarctic project, and the final episode in the Heroic Age of Antarctic venture, financed by John Quiller Rowett, is sometimes referred to as the Quest Expedition after its ship Quest, a converted Norwegian eton had originally intended to go to the Arctic and explore the Beaufort Sea.
Their distribution and abundance were noted during Geological Survey of Greenland expeditions in –85, which visited virtually all land areas in the region, including nunataks and islands.
The foreland of the East Greenland Caledonides in North Greenland was mapped by the Geological Survey of Greenland in the late s. The geology is documented on theGeological Map of Greenland, sheet 8, Peary Land (Bengaard and Henriksen, ). On land, the occurrences of Mesozoic to Paleogene magmatic rocks are restricted to the northernmost part of North Greenland.
The Peary Land dike swarm is dated at ca. 82 and 86 Ma (Ar-Ar whole rock; Kontak et al., ) and ± Ma and ± Ma (U. The region targeted during the expedition, Kronprins Christian Land, lies between the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream to the south, and Peary Land to the north.
While both these regions have previously been targeted for exposure dating of glacier-eroded rocks (erratics and bedrock), Kronprins Christian Land has received relatively little attention.
Greenland (Greenlandic: Kalaallit Nunaat, pronounced [kalaːɬit nunaːt]; Danish: Grønland, pronounced [ˈkʁɶnˌlænˀ]) is the world's largest island, located between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of physiographically a part of the continent of North America, Greenland has been.
Bor Freuchen, P. () Report of the 1st Thule Expedition. General observations as to natural conditions in the country traversed by the expedition.
Meddelelser om GrCnland 51(9), Funder, S. () CI4-dating of samples collected during the expedition to North Greenland. Rapport GrCnlands Geologiske UndersCgelseFar north, hidden behind grim barriers of pack ice, are lands that hold one spellbound.
Gigantic imaginary gates, with hinges set in the horizon, seem to guard these lands. Slowly the gates swing open, and one enters another world where men are insignificant amid the awesome immensity of lonely mountains, fjords, and glaciers. --Louise Boyd, photographer, Lands that Hold One Spellbound is.
A: Geological map of eastern North Greenland (Peary Land to Amdrup Land). B: Detailed geological map of Herluf Trolle Land (eastern Peary Land) with localities indicated.
Modified from Zinck. Athavale, R. N., and Sharma, P. V.,Paleomagnetic results on early Tertiary lava flows from West Greenland and their bearing on the evolution history of the Baffin Bay-Labrador Sea region, Can, J. Earth Sci. 12(l):l–l8. ADS CrossRef Google Scholar. In Henriksen, N ed. EXPRESS REPORT: Eastern North Greenland and North-East GreenlandGrønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Copenhagen, Denmark Reeh, N, Olesen, OB, Thomsen, HH, Starzer, W and Bøggild, CE () Mass balance parameterisation for Hans Tausen Iskappe, Peary Land, North Greenland.
The full story has recently been related by Mikkelsen (). Lauge Koch's flights from Spitsbergen to North Greenland yielded important information about the interior of Peary Land, but failed to find the supposed land off the coast of East Greenland sighted by Ivar D.
Papanin's ice-drift expedition. Rolle () logged and sampled a mid-Cretaceous section in east Peary Land, North Greenland in Palynological slides from these samples were kindly /91/ + 17 $/0 Academic Press Limited Figure 1.
Locality map of the studied sections. Abstract. Greenland, with a surface area of about 2, km 2, is the largest island in the is composed of a central depression, now totally filled by the Inland Ice, and a mountainous coastal “ice-free” zone forming 20% of the total area. Purposes. The two-year expedition was conceived and led by Ludvig Mylius-Erichsen, who had previously led the Literary Expedition to Northwest Greenland together with Knud Rasmussen in – The main target of the Denmark expedition was to map the last blank sections of the coastline of northeastern Greenland, between Cape Bridgman, near Robert Peary's easternmost.
The story of the last Peary expedition, which resulted in the discovery of the Pole and of the deep ocean surrounding it, is told in the present volume by Commander Peary.
The miles from Greely's farthest had been vanquished as follows:30. Greenland (Kalaallisut: Kalaallit Nunaat, "Land of the Kalaallit";  Danish: Grønland) is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic physiographically a part of the continent of North America, Greenland has been politically and culturally associated with Europe (specifically Norway and.Jensenland, historical timeline of the search for the northernmost point of land on Earth.
Based on the results from the American Top Of The World Expedition (co-leaders Ken Zerbst and myself [editor’s note: this is the expedition mentioned by Dennis Schmitt in the previous report]) and the Return To The Top Of The World Expedition (co-leaders Theresa Baker, Ken Zerbst, and myself.In Greenland Triassic formations are known from two areas: (1) North Greenland: eastern extremity of Peary Land, 82°40′N; (2) central East Greenland, in the belt of post-Devonian formations of the fjord and island country north of Scoresby Sound, between latitudes 70°30′ and 74°30′.