Nunavik Peninsula

Nunavik Peninsula (Danish: Svartenhuk Halvø) is a large peninsula in northwestern Greenland. It separates two cultural and geographical regions of northwestern Greenland: Uummannaq Fjord region in the southeast, and Upernavik Archipelago in the north.

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Nunavik Peninsula - Geology
... Rocks and sediments on Nunavik Peninsula are of Cretaceous and Paleocene origin, with further layers deposited during the movement of Greenland towards the North Pole ... Similarly to the Uummannaq area, ancient volcanic basalts are exposed throughout the peninsula ...