LIU Chuang1SHI Ruixiang1
1Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research，Chinese Academy of Sciences，Beijing 100101，China
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Ten Islands ( Norwegian: Tiholmane), a group of small islands in the Arctic Ocean, is located between the Barents Sea and the Greenland Sea; it is part of the Thousand Islands in Norway. Its geolocation is between 76°57′2″N and 77°0′42″N，21°48′48″E and 21°59′47″E. The Ten Islands consists of 14 islands (Area of the smallest one is 4,082m²), including Lur Island, Rugla Island, Horn Island, Langara Island, Kalv Island, Rullestein Island, Bommen islet, Roysholmen islet, Sperra Islet, Spunset Islet and Proppen Islet. The total area of the Ten Islands is 2.89km² the coastline is 27.26km long. The biggest island in the Ten Islands is Lur Island with an area of 1.17km². The dataset is developed based on the Google Earth images and the referenced maps. The dataset is archived in .kmz and .shp data format with the compressed data size of 140KB.
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LIU Chuang,SHI Ruixiang.2017.Ten Islands ( Tiholmane ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2017.01.21.V1