Stor Island

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Stor Island
Geography
Location Eureka Sound
Coordinates 78°59′N 085°50′W / 78.983°N 85.833°W / 78.983; -85.833 (Stor Island)Coordinates: 78°59′N 085°50′W / 78.983°N 85.833°W / 78.983; -85.833 (Stor Island)
Archipelago Sverdrup Islands
Queen Elizabeth Islands
Canadian Arctic Archipelago
Area 313 km2 (121 sq mi)
Country
Territory  Nunavut
Region Qikiqtaaluk
Demographics
Population Uninhabited
Additional information
Source: Stor Island at Atlas of Canada

Stor Island is one of the uninhabited islands in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located in Eureka Sound, an area separating Axel Heiberg Island from Ellesmere Island. Fulmar Channel is southwest of the island, while Bay Fiord is to the northeast. Stor Island is a member of the Sverdrup Islands, Queen Elizabeth Islands, and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

There are two peaks that reach approximately 500 m above sea level. Stor Island is 32 km long and 14 km wide.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stor Island". oceandots.com. Retrieved 2008-04-13. 

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