Islands in Alaska that extend toward Asia?
The Aleutian Islands.
The Aleutian chain or the Aleutian Islands.
The Aleutian Islands.
North America and Europe. None of mainland Asia extends into the Southern Hemisphere, but the Indonesian islands do and are considered part of Asia (so Asia would not properly answer the question, unless one is asking solely of continental mainlands and not including their islands).
It is 2.4 miles from little Diomede Island in Alaska, North America to Big Diomede Island, Russia, Asia. Halfway between the two Islands is the International Border and the International Dateline.
Both Africa and Asia extend south of the equator, although for Asia it is only the islands of Indonesia.
The Near Islands, the westernmost of the Aleutians, are closer to Asia than to the North American mainland. However, the closest geographical point is Little Diomede, an island in the Bering Strait. It is only 2.4 miles from Big Diomede island, which is considered Asia as part of Russia.
If you accept Islands, Russia is only two miles from Alaska (the distance between Big Diomede Island (Russia), and Little Diomede Island (Alaska). Otherwise, the distance mainland-to-mainland from Alaska to Russia is about 55 miles.
Antarctica. A small part of Asia. If the Aleutian Islands are taken into consideration which are part of Alaska then North America too
The Bering Sea is between Alaska and Asia.
The Bering Strait connects Asia and Alaska.
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idk.....40 miles Including Islands, Big Diomede Island (Russia) is 2 miles from Little Diomede Island (Alaska)
The Bering Straits separates Alaska from Russia and Asia.
What are the 10 major islands of Asia?
The strait that separates northern Asia and Alaska is the Bering Strait.
The Bering Sea is between Alaska and Asia.
Asia has a total of 120 islands in it, and is circed by another 250 islands altogether. They do not have names, but they are still islands out there somewhere.
Japan is the chain of islands of East Asia.
CORRECTED. Aloha. Answer: The earliest settlements in the Hawaiian Islands were made by Polynesians who traveled to Hawaii. On January 18, 1778 Captain James Cook and his crew, while attempting to discover the Northwest Passage between Alaska and Asia, found the Hawaiian islands. He named them the "Sandwich Islands".
Yes, all these islands are parts of Asia.
Yes, all these islands are from the continent Asia. Yes, Maldives, Andaman and Nicobar Islands are part of Asia.
Yes you can! Personally, I live on the coast of Alaska, and I can see little bits and pieces of Asia.
Europe extends from the Atlantic to Asia.
Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia are islands in Southeast Asia.
Europe, Africa, Asia, Antarctica and Australia. Technically speaking, North America reaches into the eastern hemisphere too. (Aleutian Islands of Alaska)
There is no bridge from Alaska to Asia, not now, but there was back in the last ice age.
The distance is straight path from one place to another place. There might be slight difference between the actual distance and the above mentioned distance because of the route chosen.The distance between the above mentioned places is 2.4 miles approximately.
There are thousands of islands in South Asia. Sri Lanka is an island itself and the Maldives is made up of hundreds of little islands. India also has many islands such as the Lakshadweep islands and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
The earliest settlements in the Hawaiian Islands were made by Polynesians who traveled to Hawaii. On January 18, 1778, Captain James Cook and his crew, while attempting to discover the Northwest Passage between Alaska and Asia, found the Hawaiian islands. He named them the "Sandwich Islands". It became a US state on August 20, 1959.
No, the Cook Islands are in Oceania.
The Philippine Islands are closest to the continent of Asia. The group of islands are located closest to the coast of Vietnam, which is a country in Asia.
Fall (autumn), both Alaska and Asia are in the Northern hemisphere so the seasons are the same for both .
Bering Srait The strait that separates North America from Asia is the Bering Strait. Hope this help you! :) The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) from Asia (Russia). The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) from Asia (Russia). The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) and Asia (Russia).
The easternmost state would be Hawaii, because according to my textbook it's between 155°W and 160°W. Alaska is bigger, so it takes more space,but the islands are closer to Asia than Hawaii is. So technically it's Alaska. I never knew I was that smart!
As per Wikipedia: "The Arctic fox has a circumpolar distribution and occurs in Arctic tundra habitats in northern Europe, northern Asia, and North America. Its range includes Greenland, Iceland, Fennoscandia, Svalbard, Jan Mayen and other islands in the Barents Sea, northern Russia, islands in the Bering Sea, Alaska, and Canada as far south as Hudson Bay. In the late 19th century, it was introduced into the Aleutian Islands southwest of Alaska. It mostly inhabits tundra… Read More
Asia has the most islands i think
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volcanic islands :)
The body of water that separates Alaska and Asia is the Bering Strait. It also separates the United States and Russia.
Indonesia is a country made up of thousands of islands, but it is not regarded as "between" Australia and Asia as it is considered part of Asia.
The Ring of Fire, stretching from New Zealand, along the eastern edge of Asia, north across the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, and south along the coast of North and South America.
Asia is because in the North-west of Alaska there is a strait called the Bering Stait. This strait connects the Alaska to Northern Russia.
Not all Inuit lived in Alaska. It is thought the tribes originated in Asia and came across the ice to North America but the Inuit of North America live across the continent. Tribal lands include the north coast and islands of the Canadian Arctic, Greenland and down the east coast of Labrador.
Yes! It was in Asia! That is The Spice Islands
Some of the islands are the Philipines, Taiwan, Japan, and Indonesia.
Asia is north of many Oceanian islands and is near the equator. In fact, the equator goes right through it! ========== Of course you have to that Japan (part of Asia) is made up of several islands, that Russia has several islands that are north of the mainland and that there are Canadian islands that are further north than any Asian islands = plus all the other islands that are north of at least parts… Read More