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    Jan Mayen ( Urban East Norwegian: [jɑn ˈmɑ̀ɪən]) [1] is a Norwegian volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean with no permanent population. It is 55 km (34 mi) long (southwest-northeast) and 373 km 2 (144 sq mi) in area, partly covered by glaciers (an area of 114.2 km 2 (44.1 sq mi) around the Beerenberg volcano ).

    • 377 km² (146 sq mi)
    • 0 (up to 35 non-permanent residents)
  2. Jan Mayen ockuperades år 1925 och är enligt en lag från den 27 februari 1930 en del av kungariket Norge, samma formulering i lagtext används som angående Svalbard. Bakgrunden till detta är att knyta dessa två områden till riket, trots att grundlagen kräver ett "udeleligt og uafhændeligt Rige".

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    Jan Mayen Yeth Golya Chanjya Jan Mayen (Baner Norgagh) Lavar kenedhlek: nagonan Kenedhel Rywvaneth Norgagh Yethowsoedhogel Norgaghek(Bokmål ha Nynorsk) Myghtern Harald V Pennmenyster Jens Stoltenberg Enep 373 km² Poblans (2006) - Doesedh 0 a drigoryon 0 triger/km² Mona kemmyn Krone Norgaghek(NOK) Amser - Hav (DST) UTC +1 UTC +2

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    There is an Icelandic band called Jan Mayen (listed on Wikipedia for their song Nick Cave). This should be mentioned in the article, with a link to a Wikipedia page about the band once that gets up. See their site for more info: 1. Yes, why not? If you want to add it you can make a Jan Mayen in popluar culture heading to...

    The Norwegian Defence Forces are considering test-firing missiles over Jan Mayen (presumably the Naval Strike Missile) and this could bring them into conflict with the Directorate for Nature Management (). This could be relevant for the article. -- Nidator 18:13, 12 July 2007 (UTC)[reply]

    This article uses a mix of Am-E and Br-E. We should only use one variant; which? (talk) 12:29, 10 February 2008 (UTC)[reply] 1. I assume that British would be best since the place is in Europe, and belongs to Norway where BrE is taught in schools. -- (talk) 12:50, 12 February 2008 (UTC)[reply] 1. 1.1. I've further standa...

    This article states Nordland as a Mid-Norwegian county while it is refered to as a Northern-Norwegian county. I cannot say I have ever heard it being refered to as Mid-Norwegian.--EgMeg (talk) 18:38, 29 March 2008 (UTC)[reply] 1. You are of course correct. Nordland is a county in North Norway. The counties of Central Norway are Nord-Trøndelag, Sør-...

    As I was looking for information on John Clarke and his exploits at Jan Mayen from 1614 to 1617 I came to Muller's 1874 work, and noticed that he had cited William Scoresby for the claim that Hull whalers had discovered Jan Mayen in 1611 or 1612. I remembered that he was often the source cited by others for this information, so I looked at Scoresby...

    I think Hacquebord may have made a mistake. It appears as though John Clarke (or Jan de Clerke, as the Dutch called him) may have only equipped the expedition, but not have actually sailed on it. A French source (Hamy, 1896; p. 320) says a certain Phoppe Geertzen commanded the expedition that year. Phoppe Geertzen, or Fopp Gerritsz, a Dutchman, had...

    The reference to the black island on fire and its noise, thought by Brendan to be the entrance to hell, is likely to be misplaced in reference to Jan Mayen. Tim Severin provides ample expert advice in 'Severin, Tim (2000) [1978], "9. Island of Smiths", The Brendan Voyage, Random House, pp. 145–157' that this description is very likely to be that of...

    The 200 nm EEZ equals to 273,118 square km — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:36, 27 December 2020 (UTC)[reply]

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  5. Feb 24, 2016 · NOTE: The information regarding Jan Mayen on this page is re-published from the 2017 World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Jan Mayen 2017 information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Jan Mayen 2017 should be addressed to the CIA.

  6. This desolate, arctic, mountainous island was named after a Dutch whaling captain who indisputably discovered it in 1614 (earlier claims are inconclusive). Visited only occasionally by seal hunters and trappers over the following centuries, the island came under Norwegian sovereignty in 1929. The long dormant Haakon VII Toppen/Beerenberg volcano resumed activity in 1970; the most recent ...

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