Hans Island – ein 1,3 Quadratkilometer großer Felsen mitten im arktischen Ozean. Hier gibt es weder Einwohner noch Vegetation. Trotzdem. Die Hans-Insel (grönländisch Tartupaluk, Inuktitut: ᑕᕐᑐᐸᓗᒃ Tartupaluk, dänisch Hans Ø, englisch Hans Island, französisch Île Hans) ist eine kleine. 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 zwei Staaten um diesen unbewohnten Felsen streitenDie Schildvulkane des östlichen Inner-Island. Z. d. Gas. l. rdkdc. zu Berlin. Berlin Spethmnrm, Hans. Forschung-an am Vatnajökull auf Island und Studien. Die Hans-Insel (Grönländisches Inuktitut Tartupaluk, Kanadische Silbenschrift: ᑕᕐᑐᐸᓗᒃ, dänisch Hans Ø, englisch Hans Island. Warum sich zwei Staaten um diesen unbewohnten Felsen streiten. Von TRAVELBOOK | Juni , Uhr. Hans Island So sieht Hans Island aus – skurril.
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In addition to the status of Tartupaluk, the Danish-Canadian task-force on boundary issues established on Wednesday will seek to resolve a disagreement over the maritime border between the two countries in the Lincoln Sea, as well as overlapping their overlapping continental-shelf claims in the Labrador Sea.
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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Anglo-American efforts to explore and chart the region often relied on Inuit and Danish peoples in Greenland.
Canadian sovereignty in the High Arctic came abruptly in , when Britain transferred the British Arctic Territory based on the claims of 16 th century explorer Martin Frobisher to Canada.
The point of this was to prevent American claims based on the Monroe Doctrine no European ownership in North America to the region.
Given imperfect mapping techniques and the difficulties inherent in Arctic exploration, Hans Island was not explicitly included in this transfer.
In the s, Danish explorers were finally able to accurately map Hans Island. The island is a mere 1. 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. Archived from the original on January 5, Retrieved November 14, Tan, ed.
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November 8, Business Insider. January 8, Retrieved January 8, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved April 24, BBC News. July 25, Retrieved November 20, August 18, And since then, the two countries have waged a not-quite-serious "whiskey war" over Hans Island.
Although the two countries have continued to disagree over the territorial status of the island, the governments have managed to continue the "whiskey war" and keep a good sense of humor over the incident.
And when [Canadian] military forces come there, they leave a bottle of Canadian Club and a sign saying, 'Welcome to Canada.
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