- Author:H Rink
- Publisher:McGill-Queen's University Press (1974)
- Pages:468 pages
- FB2 format1618 kb
- ePUB format1456 kb
- DJVU format1837 kb
- Formats:rtf docx lrf lrf
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In the present book we meet Hinrich Johannes Rink-these were the .
In the present book we meet Hinrich Johannes Rink-these were the author’s actual Christian names-as a natural scientist and as a humanitarian. It was in the first capacity that he arrived in Greenland in 1848 to prospect for mineral deposits, primarily graphite, with a view to mining.
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Hinrich Johannes Rink (first name sometimes as Henrik) (26 August 1819 – 15 December 1893) was a Danish geologist, one of the pioneers of glaciology, and the first accurate describer of the inland ice of Greenland. Rink, who first came to Greenland in 1848, spent 16 winters and 22 summers in the Arctic region, and became notable for Greenland's development.
Danish Greenlanders are Danish immigrants in Greenland and their descendants. Greenlandic Inuit (including mixed-race persons) make up approximately 85%–90% of the total (2009 estimate). Attracted by good employment opportunities with high wages, many Danes settled in the town of Nuuk during the 1990s. Nuuk has the highest proportion of Danes of any town in Greenland.
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