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Eastern Beerenberg, the world's northernmost active volcano, is 2277 M high and covered with a glacier. Jan Mayen, 2004.
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Remains of avalanche on Kokssletta, Jan Mayen, 2004.
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Bergy bits stranded on the shore at Kokssletta, Jan Mayen, 2004.
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Low cloud over Beerenberg, seen from the north west. The Weyprecht glacier can be seen in the top right corner coming directly from the crater. Jan Mayen.
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Maria-Musch Bukta, Jan Mayen 2004. Cross is not a grave but a memorial for a Norwegian sealer from the early 20th century.
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Sunset in the fog north of Jan Mayen 2004.
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Moss beds between Titeltbukta and Guineabukta, Jan Mayen 2004.
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Moss beds between Titeltbukta and Guineabukta, Jan Mayen 2004.
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Sea ice and the Volcanic Island of Jan Mayan,
situated within the Arctic circle, east of Greenland.
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Volcanic Island, Jan Mayan,
situated within the Arctic circle, east of Greenland.
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Pancake ice and the Volcanic Island of Jan Mayan,
situated within the Arctic circle, east of Greenland.
 

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