Kennedy Channel

Geographical location

The Kennedy Channel (English Channel Kennedy ) is a named after the British polar explorer William Kennedy strait north of the 80th degree of latitude between the Canadian Ellesmere Island and Washington state, a peninsula in northwest Greenland.

It is part of Naresstraße which connects Baffin Bay with the Lincolnsee. The channel is 26 to 29 kilometers wide and widens to the north, at the Hall Basin to the Robeson channel out on up to 177 kilometers. During short periods in the summer, the channel is not completely frozen and therefore navigable.

In addition to Franklin Island and Crozier Island is located in Kennedy Channel Hans Island, a stateless condominium. Denmark, Greenland represents the autonomous foreign policy, and Canada to manage the island together.

Arnott Strait | Barrow Strait | Bellotstraße | Coronation Gulf | Crozier Strait | Danish Strait | Davis Strait | Dease Strait | Desbarats Strait | Dolphin and Union Strait | Evans Strait | Fisher Strait | Foxe Channel | Franklin Strait | Frozen Strait | Fury - and - Hecla street | Goldsmith channel | Hall basin | Hendriksen Strait | Hudson Strait | James Ross Strait | Jonessund | Kennedy channel | Lancaster Sound | Larsen sound | McClintock channel | McDougall sound | Melvillesund | Nares Strait | Parry channel | Peel Sound | Penny Strait | Pullen Strait | Roes Welcome sound | Queen Maud Gulf | Prince Regent Inlet | Robeson channel | Simpson Strait | Sir William Parker Strait | Smith Sound | Sverdrup channel | Victoria Strait | Viscount Melville sound

  • Strait in Canada
  • Strait ( Arctic Ocean)
  • Geography ( Nunavut )
  • Geography (Greenland)