Die Hans-Insel (Grönländisches Inuktitut Tartupaluk, Kanadische Silbenschrift: ᑕᕐᑐᐸᓗᒃ, dänisch Hans Ø, englisch Hans Island. Hans Island – ein 1,3 Quadratkilometer großer Felsen mitten im arktischen Ozean. Hier gibt es weder Einwohner noch Vegetation. Trotzdem. Die Schildvulkane des östlichen Inner-Island. Z. d. Gas. l. rdkdc. zu Berlin. Berlin Spethmnrm, Hans. Forschung-an am Vatnajökull auf Island und Studien.
Warum sich Dänemark und Kanada um eine Mini-Insel streitenHans Island by The Black Elephant Band, released 12 April LYRICS there's an island in the kennedy channel next to greenland way up north and far out. Hans Island – ein 1,3 Quadratkilometer großer Felsen mitten im arktischen Ozean. Hier gibt es weder Einwohner noch Vegetation. Trotzdem. So haben Dänische Patrioten eine Website mit dem Titel „Free Hans Island“ („Befreit die Hans-Insel“) eingerichtet, die fordert, die Insel aus der.
Hans Island Weltberühmter Christkindlesmarkt in Nürnberg wegen Corona abgesagt Video¨The Whiskey War¨ 1984-2005 Deutschland Freundschaftsspiele der Vorschlag, dass sich Kanada und Haba Kasse die kleine Insel teilen, soll diskutiert werden. Intern wird in der dänischen Marine allgemein gesagt, dass es sich speziell um eine Flasche Gammel Dansk handeltewas wörtlich übersetzt "altdänisch" bedeutet. Dem Artikel zufolge veranlasste dies Broadhead, am Advertisement A Texas Paypal Neukunde who discovered a man raping Elgordo five-year-old daughter and beat him to up with his bare…. Both countries recognized each others' claims extending out from the continental shelf, making the agreement the largest of its kind in history. October 10, If Canada is not shy of supporting attacks on the US, what will prevent them from doing the same against Hans Island? All very cosy until it was not so cosy anymore.
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Aside from the important wildlife on and around Hans Island, the island plays an important part in the regional ownership of oil and gas reserves.
Canada is therefore using Hans Island as an excuse for violating Denmark's legitimate claims for the natural resources in the area.
This eagerness of Canada's part is no doubt due to a strong desire to explore the underground for resources, potentially contaminating a vast area of beautiful nature - something which is not necessary for Denmark, who is self-supporting with both oil and natural gas.
Jeremy Bender. Loading Something is loading. Email address. The island is named after Hans Hendrik , whose native Greenlandic name was Suersaq.
Prior to , the island was thought to have been named during Charles Francis Hall's third North Pole expedition between and The first written reference to the name and the island itself appears in Charles Henry Davis 's book Narrative of the North Polar expedition , which is a narrative of Hall's third North Pole expedition.
On page it appears, without any previous mention. The island made its first cartographic appearance on a map accompanying the book.
The ship was tied to a large floe , and drifted slowly down the channel with the pack; about noon, she was quite near Hans Island and west of it.
Soundings were taken at a depth of fathoms , [note 2] with a bottom of black limestone. He was referring to the ship Polaris 's return voyage southward down the Kennedy channel.
This does not answer when it was named. However, the ship's doctor and leader of the scientific part of the expedition, Emil Bessels , wrote of it in his own book, Die amerikanische Nordpol-Expedition On page he tells that on August 29, , on the voyage north through Kennedy Channel, the Polaris sailed between Grinnell-land Ellesmere Island and a small unknown island which they later named Hans Island, after his native Greenlandic helper, Hans Hendrik.
Thus the year is now often cited as the date of the discovery and naming of the island, including in a letter by the Danish Ambassador to Canada in the Ottawa Citizen on July 28, We now neared the Littleton Island of Captain Inglefield where a piece of good fortune awaited us.
We saw a number of ducks, both eiders and hareldas; and it occurred to me that by tracking their flight we should reach their breeding-grounds.
There was no trouble in doing so, for they flew in a bee-line to a group of rocky islets, [.. The glaucous gulls, those cormorants of the Arctic seas, had made it their peculiar homestead.
Around it and the coast of Greenland lay dozens [ verification needed ] of tiny Islands, and Kane names one of them Hans Island after Hans Hendrik, the native Greenlandic helper he had with him on the trip.
The names of many places in this region have changed or been altered during the last years. Inuit living in northern Greenland or Canada would have known the island for centuries.
In the mid 19th century, Nares Strait was likely unknown to Europeans. From to , the area in which Hans Island is situated was explored by American and British expeditions.
It is so remote that the closest inhabited location is Alert, Nunavut, Canada, km to the north. Indeed, very little distinguishes Hans Island from the thousands of other barren islands in the area.
Consequently, one rightly wonders what all the commotion is about. Under international law, states have control over territorial waters which extend 12 miles Consequently, Hans Island falls within both the Danish and Canadian mile zone, with both claiming the island as a result.Die Hans-Insel (grönländisch Tartupaluk, Inuktitut: ᑕᕐᑐᐸᓗᒃ Tartupaluk, dänisch Hans Ø, englisch Hans Island, französisch Île Hans) ist eine kleine. Warum sich zwei Staaten um diesen unbewohnten Felsen streiten. Von TRAVELBOOK | Juni , Uhr. Hans Island So sieht Hans Island aus – skurril. Creative CommonsHoch im arktischen Norden liegt die raue Insel Hans Island. Dass zwei Länder sich um sie streiten, erscheint bizarr: Hans. Hans Island: Darum streiten sich Dänemark und Kanada um die Insel. Streitigkeiten über Territorien können hässlich sein und ausarten, nicht.