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Greenland - Wikipedia

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Greenland is an autonomous country within the Danish Realm, located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Though physiographically a part of the continent ...

Why Greenland is an Island and Australia is a Continent

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Apr 15, 2013 ... However, if population determined continental status, Antarctica would not be ... Greenland is the largest island after Australia—so why isn't it ...

Why is Australia considered a continent and not an island? - Quora

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What is and isn't a continent isn't a very well-defined rule. Most continents are defined as such ... Greenland is similar to Borneo - it is linked via the continental shelf with North America, and thus isn't really a continent. I'm sure you've probably ...

Is Greenland a continent ? - World Map

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There is a big controversy about whether Greenland is a continent or an island. Many people are of the opinion that Greenland is a continent but scientific and ...

Why is Greenland not considered a continent like Antarctica or ...

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Jan 25, 2014 ... http://geography.about.com/od/learnabouttheearth/a/ australiagreenlandcontinents.htm ...there is no official globally recognized definition of a ...

Why isn't greenland a continent? | Yahoo Answers

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So, I've been wondering this for a while. Why isn't Greenland a ... Actually.. one could ask.. why is Australia a continent and Greenland is NOT.

Why Isn't Greenland Considered a Continent Like Australia and ...

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Sep 9, 2010 ... Geographers have decided that Greenland is too small to be called a continent. Australia is three and a half times larger than Greenland.

Is Australia an Island? | Britannica.com

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Nov 23, 2016 ... Why isn't Greenland (at 836,000 square miles [2,165,230 square km]) considered a continent instead of just the world's largest island?

Why is Europe a continent and Australia not and island (schools ...

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Actually, Europe isn't a continent anymore, Eurasia is the continent, of which Europe is a ... What we should be asking is: what is Greenland?

Why is Greenland considered an island but not Eurasia? [Archive ...

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Since Africa, Europe and Asia are all continents, they're automatically disqualified. Greenland, on the other hand, isn't considered a continent, ...

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Why isn't Greenland considered a continent? - Quora

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Thanks for the A2A. I've never heard of Greenland being referred to as a continent in modern times. Historically it used to be considered a continent ...

Greenland and Australia - Continents or Not?

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Is Greenland a continent? Why is Australia a continent? What is Oceania? Answers to these questions and more from About.com expert Geography site.

Australia: Island or Continent? - World Island Info

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Why should Australia be considered a continent and Greenland an island? The answer is not clear-cut, but there are rational reasons behind it.