Henrik Krøyer Holme
|Location||Far NE Greenland|
|Area||9.9 km2 (3.8 sq mi)|
|Zone||NE Greenland National Park|
Henrik Krøyer Holme is a small group of uninhabited islands of Greenland within Northeast Greenland National Park. The area was formerly part of Avannaa, originally Nordgrønland ("North Greenland"), a former county of Greenland until 31 December 2008.
This cluster of small islands is located in the Wandel Sea off the coast of far northeastern Greenland. The waters around the islands are part of the North East Water polynya, a seasonal area of open water surrounded by ice.
- Compiled by Per Ivar Haug (August 2005). Ingar Lomheim, ed. "Islands". Gazetteer of Greenland. UBiT, Universitetsbiblioteket i Trondheim "University Library in Trondheim" (15). ISBN 82-7113-114-1. ISSN 1502-0800. Archived from the original on 2011-06-15.
- Henrik Krøyer Holme IBA
- Mapcarta - Henrik Krøyer Holme
- The biological importance of the North East Water polynya, NE Greenland, 2010
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