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Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean

Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition (1978-1979)

Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean

results from the Norwegian Antarctic Research Expeditions, 1976/77 and 1978/79.

by Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition (1978-1979)

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Published by Norsk polarinstitutt in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bouvet Island.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSkrifter (Norsk polarinstitutt) -- nr. 175
    ContributionsNorsk polarinstitutt., Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition (1976-1977)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination130 p. :
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22092855M
    ISBN 108290307160

    Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya, also historically known as Liverpool Island or Lindsay Island) is an island in the southern part of the Atlantic is in the sub-antarctic areas, km ( miles) south-southwest of the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa).. It belongs to Norway and is not subject to the Antarctic Treaty (which says that land south of 60°S, including Antarctica, do.   Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya) is an uninhabited Antarctic volcanic island in the South Atlantic Ocean, 2, km south-southwest of South Africa. It is a dependent territory of Norway and, lying north of 60°S latitude, is not subject to the Antarctic Treaty.

    It also breeds on glaciated islands, including the Balleny Islands and Scott Islands in the Ross Dependency, and South Georgia, South Orkney and the South Sandwich Islands, and Bouvetøya Island, in the South Atlantic Ocean. Its life-cycle is closely linked to pack ice: drifting sea ice that becomes packed together in large masses. Bouvet Island, South Atlantic Ocean. > Larger image Image Credit: NASA Text Credit: William L. Stefanov, NASA's Johnson Space Center Bouvet Island (in Norwegian, Bouvetøya) is known as the most remote island in the world; Antarctica, over kilometers ( miles) to the south, is the nearest land mass. Located near the junction.

    Bouvet Island (Bouvetøya) is an uninhabited sub-antarctic volcanic island and belongs to Norway. Bouvet Island is located in the South Atlantic Ocean and is the most remote island in the world. Itinerary. Day 1: (Ma ) Departure from Ushuaia Day 2 - 3: At Sea Day 4: South . This is a list of the extreme points of Norway, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location. "Norway" * Northernmost Point — Rossøya, Svalbard (80° 49′44″ N) * Southernmost Point — Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean (54° 26′S) * Westernmost Point — Hoybergodden, Jan Mayen (9° 04′39″ W).


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Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya or Bouvet-øya, Urban East Norwegian: [bʊˈvèːœʏɑ]) is an uninhabited subantarctic high island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean at Coordinates, thus South Atlantic Ocean book it north of and outside the Antarctic TreatyIt lies at the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and is the most remote island in the world, approximately 1, Sovereign state: Norway.

The bathymetry around Bouvetøya was eharted during the / Norwegian Antaretie Researeh Expedition. A nautical chart has been compiled on a sealecovering an area out to about 12 nautical miles from the island. Introduction Bouvetøya appears as an isolated volcanic peak in the central southern Atlantic Ocean.

Get this from a library. Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean: results from the Norwegian Antarctic Research Expeditions /77 and / [Norwegian. Botany of Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes: illustrations ; 24 cm.

Contents: 1. Cryptogamic taxonomy and phytogeography. Botany of Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean. The terrestrial vegetation of Bouvetøya * TORSTEIN ENGELSKJØN. Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo, Trondheimsveien 23B, N‐ Oslo 5, Norway; December Search for more papers by this by: South Atlantic Ocean book.

The Quaternary island Bouvetøya is situated near the triple junction on the South Atlantic Ridge. It is the top of a volcano of about km 8, evolved beyond the stage of calderaintermediate and peralkaline silicic rocks of a transitional rock series are recorded.

Bouvetøya PDF | On Jan 1,H. FURNES and others published An eruptional model for the recent lava flow on Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Bouvetøya (54°25'S, 3°20'E), the northernmost land in the maritime Antarctic, has a climate typical of oceanic islands south of the Antarctic convergence, and a non-vascular vegetation of maritime Antarctic composition and structure.

Mean vegetation temperatures during the growing season are from + 1 to +4.S°C on the low ground, whereas elevations above m a.s are more prone to.

Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean: results from the Norwegian Antarctic research expeditions /77 and / 79 by Norsk polarinstitutt, Churches of the South Atlantic Islands (South Atlantic Library) by Edward Cannan: Convoy Homeward by Philip McCutchan: Convoy South by. Abstract.

Since Darwin’s observations during the voyage of the Beagle (–), the islands of the South Atlantic have figured prominently in the geologic exploration of the ocean basins. The small number of widely scattered islands considered here extend from the Tropic of Cancer to the Southern Ocean (Fig.

1): they are entirely volcanic with the exception of St. Paul’s Rocks and the. The Quaternary island Bouvetøya is situated near the triple junction on the South Atlantic Ridge. It is the top of a volcano of about km 8, evolved beyond the stage of caldera collapse.

Basic, intermediate and peralkaline silicic rocks of a transitional rock series are recorded. Major and trace element chemistry, model calculations and petrographic observations do not favour a closed.

Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya, [1] previously spelled Bouvet-øya [2]) is an uninhabited subantarctic volcanic island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean lies at the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and is the most remote island in the world, approximately 2, kilometres (1, mi) south-southwest of the coast of South Africa and approximately.

Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya, previously spelled Bouvet-øya) is an uninhabited subantarctic volcanic island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean at 54°′S 3°′E. It lies at the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and is the most remote island in the world, approximately 2, kilometers (1, mi) south-southwest of the coast of South Africa and.

Bouvet Island is known as the most remote island in the world; Antarctica, over kilometers ( miles) to the south, is the nearest land mass. Located near the junction between the South American, African, and Antarctic tectonic plates, the island is mostly formed from a shield volcano—a broad, gently sloping cone formed by thin, fluid lavas&#;that is almost entirely covered by.

Yet, MI tagged elephant seals resighted at Gough Island, South Atlantic Ocean, (Reisinger & Bester ) and IC (Bester ) to the west and east of MI respectively, suggest some emigration. A Norwegian uninhabited volcanic island in the South Atlantic Ocean, south-southwest of the South African Cape of Good Hope.

Translations Bouvetøya Nynorsk: Bouvetøya Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; This page was last edited on 29 Januaryat The Nations of the World. In South Atlantic Ocean. Capital none, a nature preserve. Largest none, a nature preserve.

We present the first simultaneous observations of at-sea behaviour and attendance patterns of 3 synchronously breeding, central place, krill foragers at Bouvetøya—a small, isolated, sub-Antarctic island in the South Atlantic.

Formerly known as Circumcision Island, and a few other names as well, Bouvet Island is a glacier covered lump of volcanic rock found in the South Atlantic Ocean at 54º 26' South, 3º 24' East. It is around 6 miles ( km) long and 4 miles (7 km) wide, and covers an area of 19 square miles (49 km2).

Bouvetøya (Bouvet Island) is an uninhabited Subantarctic volcanic island located in the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, either in the South Atlantic Ocean or the Southern Ocean, depending on definition.

It is the most remote island in the world, approximately 2, kilometers (1, mi) south-southwest off the coast of South Africa and approximately 1, kilometers (1, mi) north. Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya) is an uninhabited Antarctic volcanic island in the South Atlantic Ocean, south-southwest of the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa).

It is a dependent territory (Norwegian: biland) of Norway and is not subject to the Antarctic Treaty.Bouvetøya, South Atlantic Ocean: Results from the Norwegian Antarctic Research Expeditions /77 and / Skrifter Oslo: Norsk Polarinstitutt, 8.

Report of the Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition (NARE) / Rapportserien Oslo: Norsk Polarinstitutt, 21 Julupdated 26 Feb ‧ Cartography.1. Introduction [2] The most pronounced feature of the Southern Ocean circulation is the eastward flow of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC), which plays a crucial role in the global climate system by connecting the major oceans and redistributing oceanic properties, such as heat, salt and nutrients [Rintoul et al., ].This flow is also associated with a steep rise of isopycnals.