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Insulae Reginae Elizabethae

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Tabula geographica Insularum Reginae Elizabethae in Canada septentrionali.      Nunavut     Northwest Territories     Quebec     Greenland

Insulae Reginae Elizabethae (Anglice Queen Elizabeth Islands; Francogallice Îles de la Reine-Élisabeth), olim Insulae Parry et Archipelagus Parry, sunt circulus insularum maxime septentrionalium in Archipelago Arctico Canadiensi, inter Nunavut et Territoria septentrio-occidentalia in Canada Septentrionali situs. Quae insulae quattuordecim fere centesimas areae molium conglaciatarum et ice cap omnis orbis terrarum continent,[1] praeter terrestria et pluteiformia Groenlandiae et Antarcticae ice sheet.

Geographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Insulae huius archipelagi, aream 419 061 chiliometrorum quadratorum habentes, una ex Elizabetha II appellatae sunt, cum anno 1953 diadema ei Reginae Canadiensi impositum esset. Ex his insulis, Insula Ellesmere est maxime septentrionalis multoque maxima conformatio terrestris,

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Sharp, Martin; Burgess, David O.; Cogley, J. Graham; Ecclestone, Miles; Labine, Claude; Wolken, Gabriel J. (9 Iunii 2011). "Extreme melt on Canada's Arctic ice caps in the 21st century". Geophysical Research Letters 38 (11): n/a .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Insulae Reginae Elizabethae nominatim perscriptae.
  • Edlund, S. A. 1990. Vegetation, central Queen Elizabeth Islands, District of Franklin, Northwest Territories / vegetation compiled by S.A. Edlund from GSC Open File maps at 1:250 000 scale ; geological cartography by M. Sigouin, Geological Survey of Canada ; colour separations were produced using digital methods ; bathymetry by Canadian Hydrographic Service, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada. Ottavae: The Survey.
  • Hodgson, D. A. 1982. Surficial materials and geomorphological processes, Western Sverdrup and adjacent islands, District of Franklin (including Amund Ringnes, southern Ellef Ringnes, Cornwall, Graham and King Christian Islands). Ottavae: Geological Survey of Canada. ISBN 0660111160.
  • Miller, F. L., Richard H. Russell, et Anne Gunn. 1977. Distributions, movements, and numbers of Peary caribou and muskoxen on western Queen Elizabeth Islands, Northwest Territories, 1972–74. Ottavae: Fisheries and Environment Canada.
  • Savours, Ann. 1999. The Search for the North West Passage. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0312223724. Archivum.
  • Tozer, E. T. 1961. Triassic stratigraphy and faunas, Queen Elizabeth Islands, Arctic Archipelago. Ottavae: Department of Mines and Technical Surveys.

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