Geodetic Hills

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The Geodetic Hills (79°48′37″N 89°59′01″W / 79.81028°N 89.98361°W / 79.81028; -89.98361 (Geodetic Hills)Coordinates: 79°48′37″N 89°59′01″W / 79.81028°N 89.98361°W / 79.81028; -89.98361 (Geodetic Hills)) are a mountain range on central Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada. It is associated with the Arctic Cordillera mountain system.

In 1995, scientists advocated the hills' be managed by the Canadian Parks Service and be annexed to the Ellesmere Island National Park Reserve.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bigras, C.; Bliz, M.; Grattan, D.W.; Gruchy, C. (December 1995). "Erosion of the Geodetic Hills Fossil Forest, Axel Heiberg Island, Northwest Territories". Arctic (ucalgary.ca) 48 (4): 342. doi:10.14430/arctic1258. Retrieved 2008-09-24.