Greenland is an autonomous nation within the Kingdom of Denmark. It is part of the North American continent situated between the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans and east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
Climate change would be my educated guess. The rays that hit the Earth used to be able to get out of the atmosphere. Now with all the air pollution the heat rays are being locked under the atmosphere, basically where us humans are located. In result the earth is warming up. Patagonia, Canada and...
All of it except parts of the coast are situated under a thick ice sheet, and of course during the winter those coastal areas are typically covered by snow as well.
The Danish Krone is the currency of Greenland.
Yes. He founded two colonies there.
The island nation that lies southeast of Greenland is Iceland. Thecapital of Iceland is Reykjavik.
Yes there is lots of shelter in Greenland.
Greenland sharks live in the Artic
Greenland is mainly populated by indigenous peoples. People have been in Greenland since prehistoric times. They did not see any reason to leave, obviously, as they established a culture to fit their habitat. Greenland also has a large population of Europeans, as Greenland has been under European...
Greenland's population is about 57,000 while Mechanicville, New York's population is about 5,000. Greenland's population is about 11.5 times the size of Mechanicville's.
The ice is extremely thick, I believe getting to 3km thick at the thickest
In denmark we have a temperate climate, that means that in winter it is cold, and in the summer it is hot, but it also rains a lot etc. I don't know how accurate my explanation is, but then look it up! (Temperate climate) And right now, it rains in denmark. Which sucks!
Although it is much greener than Greenland, there is a lot of ice in and around Iceland. Although naming the large subcontinental island "Greenland" may have been an attempt at deceptive promotion to the Vikings, it does have greenery along the coasts, more than some areas in Norway or northern...
Because Greenland is still technically a part of Denmark it is considered a developed country.
Greenland was a Danish colony until 1953, but became its own country in 1979. Then, they established a full self government in 1981.
In fact it is. Glaciers cover only about 11% of Iceland's surface, while Greenland glacier covers almost all of Greenland.
Greenland is a part of North America.
its about 450 miles north from Greenland
1953 In 1721, Norwegian priest Hans Egede, under the auspices of the Danish king, went to Greenland to "rechristianize" the Norsemen that had settled there many hundreds of years earlier. The only problem was the Norse were long gone, having long since moved on to greener pastures. In any case,...
Greenland is part of Denmark, and Denmark is part of the EuropeanUnion.
See etymology at the Wikipedia link below.
Greenland is part of Denmark.
Greenland has a higher elevation. Greenland's highest mountain is 3700m high, whilst Australia's highest mountain is 2228m high. The lowest point in Greenland is the Atlantic Ocean, which is of course sea-level, whilst Australia's lowest point, Lake Eyre, is 15 metres below sea level. .
Eystribyggð (eastern settlement).
The country of Denmark was officially unified in c. 965, however, there were many large settlements in the country before then, most notably the Vikings.
Ribe, the oldest town of Denmark , was founded about 700 A.D.
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well the main river is called the Ratuilgy everyone always goes to vistit it and the people there go there to pee in it. i hope that helps
Answer . Parliamentary democracy within a constitutional monarchy is greenlands goverment.
It is a parliamentary democracy (Parliament of Greenland); which ispart of the Kingdom of Denmark.
No, not all parts of Greenland. Along the coast would be less icy..
Yes, there are about 57,000 people living in Greenland.
People live in Greenland because they either were born there are migrated there. Indigenous people have lived in Greenland since prehistoric times. Many Europeans have migrated to Greenland over the past few centuries due to the European rule of the island.
Rivers: Rhine Main Donau Oder Alster Elbe Canals: Rhine-Main-Donau-Kanal Mittellandkanal Rheinseitenkanal
Sort of. It belongs to Denmark, which is a Nordic country.
Greenland is considered an island. It isclassified as the world's largest island.
You call them a Greenlander.
Greenland is part of the Kingdom of Denmark.
Greenland is smaller than the United States. Greenland has a total area of 2,166,086 kilometers 2 or 836,109 square miles and the United States has a total area of 9,826,675 kilometers 2 or 3,794,101 square miles.
no Greenland doesn't have a country inside of it because Greenlandis a country
yes of course as with every where else. The waters surrounding greenland are very rich and so there is a huge number of marine mammals ranging from large numbers of walrus, to many species of whales. Musk oxen are found on greenland (over 3000) as are polar bears, reindeer even a growing number...
Mainly birch trees.
Greenland. Iceland is warmer in the winter than New York.
you pronounce the capital Nuuk as Nuuk with a long u or u's just strectch them out \
Greenland is located in the Arctic so what could this country be? Rich or poor? Well this big, far-north island is filled with mostly Inuit people and since they're from Greenland they are called Greenlander people.(I'm serious. Greenlander is the actual truth. I am not kidding. That's what the...
we would not have any children because there would be too much blankets on us at night time so we couldnt have "special intercourse" (just in case litte kids are reading this)
I don't understand your question, but if the United States were in the same latitude as Greenland, then the temperature would quite obviously be a lot lower, as they would be further away from the equator.
It varies from sea level up to over 10,000 feet.
For the Water Tribe, the producers filmed the Waterbending scenes for the Northern and Southern Water Tribe in Ilulissat, Greenland.
Like Britain Iceland benefits from the warm water of the Gulf Stream making it mild for its latitude.
Yes...sort of. Greenland is a huge island (2 million square kilometers) in the North Atlantic Ocean, and therefore not physically connected to Denmark, but it does belong to Denmark. So, yes, it is a part of Denmark in the same way that Hawaii is a part of the USA and Newfoundland is a part of...
i think it is in the tundra . not sure . sorry... :P
If you ask for the currency of Greenland, it is the Danish krone.
Coffee Club Island ( Kaffeklubben Island in Danish) is a small island off the north coast of Greenland, important only for being the "closest land to the North Pole." According to the Guinness Book of Records it is only 708 kilometers away from the geographic north pole.
Area is 1.785 x 106 km 2 (82% of Greenland) Volume is 2.931 x 106 km 3
The Kingdom of Denmark owns Greenland. Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.Greenland has its own home rule and self-governance, but itsdefense, foreign affair and finance are still the responsibility ofthe Danish government.
No it does not. Antarctica The term Continental Ice Sheet is given to a glacier that is over 20,000 mi 2 (50,000km 2 ). As the Greenland Ice Sheet is 660,235 mi 2 (1,710,00km 2 ), this puts it well into Continental Ice Sheet size bracket. So even though it is on an island, it's size gives...
The flag of Greenland is red and white, the same as the colours of the Danish flag.
I don't think that Greenland do have internet, because there is a website called Google Insight. If you go on that it tells you how much things have been researched.
mostly the fishing industry since fish and fish products are their main export
According to a 2007 estimation, the populaton is around 56, 344. In all honesty, however, the population is probably larger than that now.
Since over 85% of the population of over 55 thousand people are Inuit. I imagine they mostly eat things like seal and whales. The rest probably eat things that they import mostly from Dutch Europe.
Greenland is on thew North American Continent.
Perhaps the most important aspect of Greenland's wildlife is its marine life. It is abundant and is largely responsible for the development of the country's popuation. During the late summer and early autumn whales swim close to the coast and are sometimes seen in the harbours. There are many...
Nuuk is the capital and largest cityof Greenland. The population in Nuuk is approximately 17,000.
Yes people live there. The only place without perminent residents is Antartica. Scientist live there for short periods of time. Greenland has people living along the coast where the ocean current keeps the climate more mild. Inland is extreme cold, and almost unlivable.
14.76 (births per 1000 persons in 2009)...
Technically Greenland is an autonomous area of Denmark, but practically it is almost truly independent. Denmark controls only the defence and foreign affairs and it is possible that this can change in the next few years.
It would depend on how your traveling....
Greenland is not a part of Denmark, it has been "owned" by Denmark, but is a country for itself. Most supplies and transport is from Denmark, though.
836,330 sq mi or 2,166,086 sq km