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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Joinville Island (RUS) 63° 15' 00.0" S 55° 45' 00.0" W Island
Name ID: 118656 Place ID: 7201

Joinville Island (GBR) 63° 15' 00.0" S 55° 45' 00.0" W Island
Name ID: 109545 Place ID: 7201

between d'Urville Island and Dundee Island, separated from Trinity Peninsula by Antarctic Sound, was roughly charted by FAE, 1838-42, on 27 February 1838 and, together with d'Urville Island (with which it was thought to be joined), named Terre Joinville after François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie, Prince de Joinville (1818-1900), third son of the Duc d'Orléans (d'Urville, 1838, map following p.1170). Joinville Land (BA chart 1238, 7.ix.1839). Terre de Joinville (d'Urville, 1842, p.148). The island was further charted by Ross, 1842-43, and together with d'Urville Island and Dundee Island (with which islands it was thought to be joined) named Joinville Island (BA chart 1238, 1844; [referring to the present feature only] BA, 1916, p.401; chart 1240,; APC, 1955, p.12; DOS 813 British Antarctic Territory sheet, 1963; BAS 250 sheet SP 21-22/14 (Ext.), 1-DOS 1973). Tierra Joinville (Spain. DH chart 458, 1861). Joinville's Land, Joinville Insel (Neumayer, 1872a, p.138 and Tafel 2). Prince de Joinville Land (Markham, 1885, p.330). The island was recharted by DWE in January 1893 and shown to be separated from Dundee Island. Joinville (Larsen, 1894b, p.343). Joinville Ön (Ohlin, 1898, p.287). The island was further charted by SwAE in December 1902 and shown to be separated from d'Urville Island. IÎle de Joinville (Gerlache, 1902b, p.26). IÎle Joinville (Lecointe, 1903, Carte 4). Joinville-Landet (Larsen, 1904, p.81). Isla Joinville (Sobral, 1904, map p.272; Pierrou, 1970, p.450; Chile. IHA, 1974, p.166). Isla de Joinville (Nordenskjöld, 1904c, p.29). Isola Joinville (Faustini, 1904, p.4). Joinville-Øen (Nordenskjöld, 1904b, p.165). Joinville Eiland (Ruys, 1905, map following p.88). Joinville Peninsula (Wordie, 1921b, p.27). Joinville-Sziget (Shackleton, [1925], p.75). Joinville Ö (HA chart, 1928). Joinville-Öya (Risting, 1929, map p.33). Joinvilleöen (Aagaard, 1930, end map). Joinvilleøya (Aagaard, 1944, p.32). Joinville Saari (Andersson, 1948, map p.329). Isla Luis Risopatrón, after Luis Riso Patron S., Chilean geographer (Orrego Vicuña, 1948, p.201 and end map). Ostrov Zhuenvil' (Soviet Union. BSE, 1950, map following p.484). J.[sic] Joinville (Gándara Bofil, 1953, p.[353]). The island was surveyed by FIDS from "Hope Bay", 1953-54. Isla Joivinlle [sic] (Chile. IGM, 1954b, p.88). The island was photographed from the air by FIDASE, 1956-57. Joinvillv Ostrov (Bártl, 1958, map facing p.144). A hydrographic survey of the area was carried out from Shackleton and from HMS Protector, 1960-61. Joinville Strait, in error (BA, 1974, diagram 3 facing p.59).

Joinville Island (USA) 63° 15' 00.0" S 55° 45' 00.0" W Island
Name ID: 127145 Place ID: 7201

Largest island of the Joinville Island group, about 40 mi long in an E-W direction and 12 mi wide, lying off the NE tip of Antarctic Peninsula, from which it is separated by Antarctic Sound. Discovered and roughly charted in 1838 by a French expedition under Capt. Jules Dumont d'Urville, who named it for Francois Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie, Prince de Joinville (1818-1900), the third son of the Duc d'Orleans.

Joinville, isla (ARG) 63° 15' 00.0" S 55° 50' 00.0" W Island
Name ID: 101244 Place ID: 7201

Joinville, Isla (CHL) 63° 15' 00.0" S 55° 52' 00.0" W Island
Name ID: 105748 Place ID: 7201

Descubierta en el año 1838 por la Expedición Antártica Francesa, que dirigió el comandante Jules Dumont D'Urville, quien le dio este nombre por el Príncipe de Joinville. Es la mayor del grupo al que da su nombre, mide 41 millas de largo en dirección E-W y su ancho es de 10 millas, está situada en el extremo NE de la península Luis Felipe de la cual la separa el paso Antarctic. La isla está completamente cubierta por un manto de hielo. En su parte media central presenta grandes alturas donde el relieve desciende en heladas planicies de suave pendiente hacia su extremo occidental.

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