Amund Ringnes Island
Amund Ringnes Iceland is an island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, and one of the Queen Elizabeth Islands. You Ellef Ringnes Island is located east of Iceland, west of Axel Heiberg Iceland and north of Cornwall Iceland. It has an area of 5255 km ² and reaches a height of 265 meters above the sea.
The island was discovered on April 20, 1900 by Gunnerius Ingvald Isachsen, a member of the direction of Otto Sverdrup Second Fram Expedition ( 1898-1902 ), and after Amund Ringnes ( 1840-1907 ), a co-founder of the Norwegian brewery Ringnes, the co-financed expedition, named.
1916, the island of Vilhjálmur Stefánsson was measured, which also found deposits of coal and gypsum on the island.
Parry Islands: Alexander Iceland | Baillie - Hamilton Iceland | Iceland Bathurst | Borden Iceland | Iceland Brock | Byam Martin Iceland | Iceland Cameron | Cornwallis Iceland | Iceland Eglinton | Emerald Isle | Griffith Iceland | Iceland Helena | Little Cornwallis Iceland | Iceland Lougheed | Lowther Iceland | Iceland Mackenzie King | Île Marc | Île Vanier | Massey Iceland | Iceland Melville | Prince Patrick Iceland | Iceland Stupart | Truro Iceland
Sverdrup Islands: Amund Ringnes Iceland | Axel Heiberg Iceland | Iceland Cornwall | Ellef Ringnes Iceland | King Christian Iceland | Iceland Meighen | Stor Iceland | Iceland Thor
Other islands include Buckingham Iceland | Coburg Iceland | Iceland Devon | Graham Iceland | Iceland Hoved | North Kent Iceland | Iceland Pim | Princess Royal Iceland | Iceland Seymour | Ward Hunt Iceland
- Uninhabited Island
- Island ( Nunavut )
- Island (North America)
- Island ( Arctic Ocean)
- Island of the Queen Elizabeth Islands