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The timezone in Storebjorn is America/Danmarkshavn
Morning Sunrise at 10:01 and Evening Sunset at 18:58. It's Dark
Rough GPS position Latitude. 63.7167°, Longitude. -41.6500°

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Geographic features & Photographs around Storebjørn in Østgrønland, Greenland

glacier(s) a mass of ice, usually at high latitudes or high elevations, with sufficient thickness to flow away from the source area in lobes, tongues, or masses.

nunatak a rock or mountain peak protruding through glacial ice.

mountain an elevation standing high above the surrounding area with small summit area, steep slopes and local relief of 300m or more.

fjord a long, narrow, steep-walled, deep-water arm of the sea at high latitudes, usually along mountainous coasts.

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snowfield an area of permanent snow and ice forming the accumulation area of a glacier.

peninsula an elongate area of land projecting into a body of water and nearly surrounded by water.

point a tapering piece of land projecting into a body of water, less prominent than a cape.

ravine(s) a small, narrow, deep, steep-sided stream channel, smaller than a gorge.

nunataks rocks or mountain peaks protruding through glacial ice.

valley an elongated depression usually traversed by a stream.

bay a coastal indentation between two capes or headlands, larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf.

icecap a dome-shaped mass of glacial ice covering an area of mountain summits or other high lands; smaller than an ice sheet.

area a tract of land without homogeneous character or boundaries.

cliff(s) a high, steep to perpendicular slope overlooking a waterbody or lower area.

island a tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.

islands tracts of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.

marine channel that part of a body of water deep enough for navigation through an area otherwise not suitable.

peak a pointed elevation atop a mountain, ridge, or other hypsographic feature.

stream a body of running water moving to a lower level in a channel on land.

pass a break in a mountain range or other high obstruction, used for transportation from one side to the other [See also gap].