Russell Island (Nunavut)
|Archipelago||Canadian Arctic Archipelago|
|Area||940 km2 (360 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||240 m (790 ft)|
Russell Island is an uninhabited island of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, Canada. It is located in the Parry Channel, separated from the northern tip of Prince of Wales Island by the narrow Baring Channel. The island is longer than it is wide. The western third of the island is separated from the other two thirds by a narrow lake and its outlet. At the northern end of the lake there is an isthmus just 1.1 km (0.68 mi) wide and this joins the two parts of the island. With a total area of 940 km2 (360 sq mi), it is the largest island offshore of Prince of Wales Island.
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- Parry, William Edward (1821). Journal of a voyage for the discovery of a North-West passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific: performed in the years 1819-20. London: John Murray.
- Green, David E. C.; The Late Quaternary History of Russell Island, N.W.T., Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1988, ISBN 0-315-32564-X
- Russell Island (Nunavut) in the Atlas of Canada - Toporama; Natural Resources Canada
- Russell Island (Nunavut) (off Devon Island) in the Atlas of Canada - Toporama; Natural Resources Canada
- Russell Island (Nunavut) (West Foxe Islands) in the Atlas of Canada - Toporama; Natural Resources Canada
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