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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.
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North Sea

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On the North. From the North point (Fethaland Point) of the Mainland of the Shetland Islands, across to Graveland Ness (60°39'N) in the Island of Yell, through Yell to Gloup Ness (1°04'W) and across to Spoo Ness (60°45'N) in Unst island, through Unst to Herma Ness (60°51'N), on to the SW point of the Rumblings and to Muckle Flugga all these being included in the North Sea area; thence up the meridian of 0°53' West to the parallel of 61°00' North and eastward along this parallel to the coast of Norway, the whole of Viking Bank being thus included in the North Sea.

60th parallel north

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Pacific Northwest

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In 1779, a third Spanish expedition, under the command of Ignacio de Artega in the ship Princesa, and with Quadra as captain of the ship Favorite, sailed from Mexico to the coast of Alaska, reaching 61° N.

Ulmus glabra

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Wych elm has also been successfully introduced to Narsarsuaq, near the southern tip of Greenland (61°N).

History of Alaska

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They reached a latitude of 61° north, the most northern point obtained by Spain.

United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom lies between latitudes 49° and 61° N, and longitudes 9° W and 2° E.

Starry smooth-hound

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It is found on the continental shelves of the northeast Atlantic, between latitudes 61° N and 16° N, from the surface to a depth of 200 m. It can grow up to a length of 1.4 m.

Geography of the North Sea

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On the North. From the North point (Fethaland Point) of the Mainland of the Shetland Islands, across to Graveland Ness (60°39'N) in the Island of Yell, through Yell to Gloup Ness (1°04'W) and across to Spoo Ness (60°45'N) in Unst island, through Unst to Herma Ness (60°51'N), on to the SW point of the Rumblings and to Muckle Flugga all these being included in the North Sea area; thence up the meridian of 0°53' West to the parallel of 61°00' North and eastward along this parallel to the coast of Norway, the whole of Viking Bank being thus included in the North Sea.

Mora, Sweden

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Non-subarctic climates in inland areas at north of the 61st parallel are very rare and can be attributed to the warming influence of the North Atlantic air masses.

Adams–Onís Treaty

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In negotiations to resolve the crisis, Spain claimed that its Nootka Territory extended north from Alta California to the 61st parallel north and from the Continental Divide west to the 147th meridian west.

ASCOBANS

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"… the marine environment of the Baltic and North Seas and contiguous area of the North East Atlantic, as delimited by the shores of the Gulfs of Bothnia and Finland; to the south-east by latitude 36°N, where this line of latitude meets the line joining the lighthouses of Cape St. Vincent (Portugal) and Casablanca (Morocco); to the south-west by latitude 36°N and longitude 15°W; to the north-west by longitude 15°W and a line drawn through the following points: latitude 59°N/longitude 15°W, latitude 60°N/longitude 5°W, latitude 61°N/longitude 4°W; latitude 62°N/ longitude 3°W; to the north by latitude 62°N; and including the Kattegat and the Sound and Belt passages."

Circle of latitude

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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.

Degree (angle)

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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.

True north

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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.

Earth

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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.

Equator

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The 61st parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 61 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane.

Atlantic Ocean

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It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Europe, Asia and North America.

Europe

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It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Europe, Asia and North America.

Asia

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It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Europe, Asia and North America.

North America

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It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Europe, Asia and North America.

Sun

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At this latitude the sun is visible for 19 hours, 16 minutes during the summer solstice and 5 hours, 32 minutes during the winter solstice.

Summer solstice

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At this latitude the sun is visible for 19 hours, 16 minutes during the summer solstice and 5 hours, 32 minutes during the winter solstice.