Tjuvfjordlaguna is a lagoon at Edgeøya, Svalbard. It is located just inside the head of Tjuvfjorden, at the southeast side of the valley Dyrdalen, and northwest of Schneiderberget. The glacier Deltabreen debouches into the lagoon.
Bölscheøya is an island southwest of Negerpynten, the southeastern point of Edgeøya. It is part of Thousand Islands. The island was named in 1868 by the German geographer August Petermann (1822–78) after the German journalist Carl Bölsche, father of the German writer and zoologist Wilhelm Bölsche (1843–93). The remains of a whaling station from the 17th century can be found on the island.
Brækmoholmane is an island group composed of three islands, Store Brækmoholmen, Trønderen and Alkekongen. They form part of Thousand Islands, an archipelago south of Edgeøya. The islands are named after the Norwegian sailor and fisherman Sivert Brækmo (1853-1930), who visited Svalbard regularly between 1876 and 1895.
Torell Land is a land area at the southeast part of Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It is named after Otto Martin Torell. Two glaciers, Hornbreen and Hambergbreen, divide Torell Land from Sørkapp Land.
Kapp Dufferin is a spit located northeast in Heer Land on the island of Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway. It is 1-kilometre (0.62 mi) wide with a lagoon, and makes up the eastern part of the coast east of Rjurikfjellet. It is named for Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, who visited Svalbard in 1856 and wrote Letters From High Latitudes.
Negerpynten is a headland at Edgeøya, Svalbard. It is the southernmost point of Edgeøya, and has a length of about two kilometers. The rock consists of dark shales, and reaches 326 m.a.s.l. The bay Tjuvfjorden is located between Negerpynten and Kvalpynten further northwest. To the east is the strait Halvmånesundet.
Deltabreen is a glacier at Edgeøya, Svalbard. The glacier debouches into the lagoon of Tjuvfjordlaguna, at the eastern side of Dyrdalen.
Dyrdalen is a valley at Edgeøya, Svalbard. It is the largest valley on the island, with a length of about twenty kilometers, and runs northwards from the head of Tjuvfjorden, west of Edgeøyjøkulen.
Andréetangen is a headland at the eastern side of Tjuvfjorden at Edgeøya, Svalbard. The headland is named after German geographer Karl Andrée. Off the headland are the two islands Zieglerøya and Delitschøya.
Delitschøya is an island off Andréetangen at the eastern side of Tjuvfjorden, at Edgeøya, Svalbard. It is located nearby the island Zieglerøya. The island is named after geographer Otto Delitsch.
Danzigdalen is a valley in Nathorst Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It is located south of Van Mijenfjorden, extending northwards from Svalbreen to Danzigøyra, with a total length of about 11.5 kilometers. At the western side of the valley are the mountains of Lundgrenfjellet and Vengefjellet, and to the east are Fagerstafjella.
Hedgehogfjellet is a mountain in Sørkapp Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a height of 615 m.a.s.l. The mountain is situated south of Tvillingtoppen, between the sea and the glacier of Hedgehogfonna.
Davislaguna is a lagoon in Sørkapp Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a length of about 900 meters, and is located at the foot of the mountains of Hedgehogfjellet and Tvillingtoppen. The name "Davislaguna" is derived from the name "Lady Davis Harbour", given to the lagoon by members of an expedition from 1919. In 1937 the alternative name Dorrieshamna was also suggested.
Paulabreen is a glacier in Nathorst Land and Heer Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a length of about fifteen kilometers, extending from the mountain of Kjølberget to the bay of Rindersbukta. The glacier is named after Paula, the wife of shipmaster Richard Ritter von Barry. Paulabreen borders to the mountain area of Vriompeisen, and the mountain of Hollertoppen. A tributary glacier is Bakaninbreen.
Bakaninbreen is a glacier in Heer Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a length of about 9.5 kilometers, and merges with the glacier of Paulabreen. The glacier is named after a member of the Swedish-Russian Arc-of-Meridian Expedition. The mountain of Hollertoppen is located between Bakaninbreen and Ragna-Mariebreen.
Rindersbukta is a bay in Nathorst Land and Heer Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It forms the southern branch of Van Mijenfjorden. The glaciers of Scheelebreen and Paulabreen debouche into the bay. The bay is named after Dutch whaler Michiel Rinders.
Vengefjellet is a mountain in Nathorst Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a height of 762 m.a.s.l., and is located west of the valley of Danzigdalen. The mountain is surrounded by the glaciers of Steindolpbreen and Snøkuvbreen to the south, and Vengebreen to the west and north.
Steenstrupbreen is a glacier in Nathorst Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a length of about 8.5 kilometers, and is situated northeast of the valley of Steenstrupdalen. The glacier is named after Danish geologist and Arctic explorer Knud Johannes Vogelius Steenstrup. The mountain of Marlowfjellet separates Steenstrupbreen from Sysselmannbreen.
Steindolpbreen is a glacier in Nathorst Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It extends from Juvtinden and the eastern side of Steindolptoppen to Snøkuvbreen. North of the glacier are the mountains of Rånekampen and Vengefjellet.
Frysjabreen is a glacier in Nathorst Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a length of about six kilometers, and extends from the ridges of Breskarvet and Kjellmanberget down to the valley of Frysjadalen. The glacier is named after the river Frysja, which originates from Frysjabreen and flows through Frysjadalen until its outlet into Van Mijenfjorden.
Liestølbreen is a glacier complex in Torell Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It is named after Norwegian glaciologist Olav Liestøl. The glacier is situated between the mountains of Arrheniusfjellet and Wijkberget. The glaciers of Krøkjebreen and Glasiologbreen belong to the Liestølbreen complex.
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