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What Canadian lake lies partly within the Arctic Circle?
Geography. The Dease Arm lies north of the Arctic Circle allowing for 24-hour daylight in summer. Great Bear Lake straddles the boundary between the Canadian Shield and the Interior Platform, as well as the northern boreal forest and tundra (see also Geological Regions; Forest Regions).
What strait is located near the Arctic Circle and 60 west longitude?
Denmark Strait, also called the Strait, channel partially within the Arctic Circle, lying between Greenland (west) and Iceland (east).
What country is in 60 degrees north and 120 degrees west?
Yakutsk, Russia 269,601 (2010)
What is the longitude of the Arctic Circle?
Arctic Circle, parallel, or line of latitude around the Earth, at approximately 66°30′ N.
Which zone lies just north of the Arctic Circle?
The region north of this circle is known as the Arctic, and the zone just to the south is called the Northern Temperate Zone.
What is the temperature at the Arctic Circle?
Temperatures can range from 8 °C (46 °F) to 15 °C (59 °F), however, it is not unusual to have balmy days of 20°C (68°F) or more during the summer months.
What is Strait between Iceland and Greenland?
the Denmark Strait
Indeed, the world’s largest waterfall lies beneath the Denmark Strait, which separates Iceland and Greenland.
Where is the Arctic Ocean located?
The Arctic Ocean includes the North Pole region in the middle of the Northern Hemisphere and extends south to about 60°N. The Arctic Ocean is surrounded by Eurasia and North America, and the borders follow topographic features: the Bering Strait on the Pacific side and the Greenland Scotland Ridge on the Atlantic side.
Which is the country of 120 degrees West?
From Pole to Pole
|Co-ordinates||Country, territory or sea|
|72°14′N 120°0′W||Prince of Wales Strait|
|71°32′N 120°0′W||Amundsen Gulf|
What letter is 60N 120W?
B is located at 60N, 120W.
Where is Arctic Circle located?
The Arctic Circle is a line of latitude that circles the globe at approximately 66°33′ North of the equator.
What is the distance between longitude?
The distance between longitudes at the equator is the same as latitude, roughly 69 miles. At 45 degrees north or south, the distance between is about 49 miles (79 km). The distance between longitudes reaches zero at the poles as the lines of meridian converge at that point.