What union owns Antarctica?
none, numerous countries have a claim on the area, but none of them have actually inhabited it............
they only research on Antarctica
No one owns any part of Antarctica.
No country owns any land in Antarctica, but Australia claims the most territory.
No one 'owns' any part of Antarctica.
No country owns Antarctica.
No country technically owns Antarctica. The continent might have bases set up by different countries for research but Antarctica remains to be an unowned country.
The Arctic is opposite Antarctica. Like Antarctica, no country owns the Arctic
No country owns any part of Antarctica.
Antarctica is not owned by any country.
No one has!-No owns Antarctica because of the Antarctic treaty.
No one owns Antarctica.
No, no country owns any part of Antarctica.
no one owns any land in Antarctica
No one, no nation owns any 'rights' to Antarctica. The Antarctic Treaty governs planet earth south of 60 degrees South Latitude.
Australia (42%) Another Answer No country owns any of Antarctica. Many countries including Australia make claim to Antarctic terrority, however.
No nation 'owns' any territory on the Antarctic continent.
No. To this day, no one and no nation 'owns' land in Antarctica.
The Antarctica Treaty, signed by 50 countries, says no country owns it.
Antarctica is owned in sections by various countries, being the UK, New Zealand, France, Norway [owns two territories], Australia, Chile, and Argentina. Nazi Germany also owns a slice of Antarctica, although only Germany recognises this territory [funnily enough]
Mawson is owned by Australia.
None. Antarctica is set aside as a scientific laboratory, and no country 'owns' it or any part of it.
Australia claims a slice of Antarctica, but does not own it. There are other claims, and no country with claims owns any part of Antarctica.
Norway owns queen Maud Land in Antarctica. It has an area of about 2.7 million square km2 which makes up about 19.3% of the area of Antarctica.
No one owns Antarctica. The Antarctic Treaty preserves the earth south of 60 degrees South Latitude for science -- only.
Australia claims part of Antarctica, but owns none of it, nor does any other country with territorial claims on the continent.
1959 and antarcitc treaty
The Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1960.
No one 'owns' Antarctica, yet we all do, in the sense that the Antarctic Treaty was signed by governments representing 80% of the earth's population. Earth, south of 60 degrees South Latitude which includes the continent, is governed by the Antarctic Treaty.
None. No country owns any part of Antarctica, although several countries lay claims to slices of the territory.
Australia does not own any part of Antarctica. No other country owns any part of Antarctica. However, Australia does have a claim on 42% of the Antarctic, which was transferred to Australia in 1935.
Union bay is owned by Seattle Pacific Industries. which also owns Union Jeans.
Nobody. Out of business
No country, not even Norway, owns any of Antarctica. From this link, you can review Norway's claims on the continent: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Territorial_claims_in_Antarctica#Official_claims
Argentina owns zero in Antarctica. Its claim overlaps other claims. All claims are held in abeyance by the Antarctic Treaty (1961).
Davis Base is not own to anyone it is only claimed by Australia
Nobody owns Antarctica or its resources. It is an international responsibility to keep it clean, free and safe from exploitation and human greed. There are a number of international agreements including the Antarctic Treaty and the Madrid Protocol which ensure that Antarctica is protected and not misused. As a part of the terms of the Antarctic Treaty, any member nation can inspect any other nation's stations and activities.
Matri Base is supported by the nation of India -- no country 'owns' any part of Antarctica. Maitri is situated on the rocky mountainous region called Schirmacher Oasis, and you can find it using these coordinates: 70° 46′ 0″ S, 11° 43′ 56″ E
Antarctica is not considered a state because it does not have a government, a permanent population, or an economy. It is divided up amongst several nations for scientific purposes only. No country actually owns any part of Antarctica even if they have bases there.
The further South you go, the more obscure the Date Line becomes. With Antarctica the time depends on what country owns the particular area you happen to be in.
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None: no country owns any part of Antarctica. New Zealand, however, does claim a pie-shaped slice of Antarctica, and as with all other claims, this one is held in abeyance by the Antarctic Treaty (1961).
No country 'owns' any part of Antarctica. There are claimants with invalid and some overlapping claims, according to the Antarctic Treaty. You can read more about these claims, below.
Antarctica has no cities, permanent residents, government or capital. There are no countries on Antarctica and no permanent population. Many countries have scientific research stations on Antarctica with seasonal occupants; a few Antarctic stations are occupied all year. Antarctica is a continent, and it is not owned by any country. Although several countries claim territories on Antarctica, none of them owns it: thus, it has no capital. Antarctica is not a country, it does not… Read More
Technically no-one owns any land in Antarctica. Various countries have staked claims in Antarctica but these have not been universally recognised and after the 1959 Antarctica treaty, which essentially prevented any future claims, Antarctica's status has been pretty much unchanged - lots of people claim to own chunks of it but everybody else says they don't. You could say the Australians because they claim the largest chunk of it...
All land on Earth south of 60 degrees S -- which includes Antarctica -- is governed by the Antarctic Treaty. All people on the planet can consider that they 'own' Antarctica, because it is used to study the health of the Earth, and all people benefit from this knowledge.
Owning any land causes conflict based on the simple premise that if one person owns the land, nobody else does. Specifically in Antarctica, different nations have competing claims over certain "wedges" of Antarctica. However, since no country has ever sent colonists to Antarctica, so there has not yet been a war over Antarctica claims.
The Union Pacific Railroad is a public corporation, stock holders own the railroad, or at least a small share of it.
None. No country owns any of Antarctica. Many have claims, many of those overlap. The Antarctic Treaty ignores land claims and forbids future land claims.
No country owns any section of Antarctica. Several countries, however, claim pie-shaped territories on the continent, some of which overlap. You can review the material below, to learn more.
No. Nobody owns the European Union. It is an organisation that has countries as members. England is part of the United Kingdom, and the United Kingdom is a member of the European Union.
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