More recently famed for its sequence stratigraphic features, Storvola is a large mountain frequented by geologists, UNIS cruises and more recently the Statoil run Svalex.
Mountain Location Information:
UTM33X: N8605430, E530480
UTM35X: N8628740, E242430
DD.DDDD: 77.5227°N, 16.2638°E
DDMM.MM: 77°31.36'N, 16°15.83'E
DDMMSS: 77°31'21"N, 16°15'49"E
Latitude: 77° 31' 14.7" N
Longitude: 16° 15' 50" E
Magnetic declination: 7° 26' EAST
Declination is POSITIVE
Inclination: 81° 53'
Magnetic field strength: 54676.9 nT
The big mountain. Vola used for mountains in the southeastern part of Norway.
Access can be made via boat or helicopter to Van Keulenfjord. Snowmobile from Svea may also be possible for an extended trip.
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