Hagen Fjord

Hagen Fjord is a fjord in north-eastern Greenland. It was named after Niels Peter Høeg Hagen, the cartographer of the main exploration team of the ill-fated Denmark expedition.

Hagen Fjord
Hagen Fjord
Location in Greenland
Coordinates81°40′N 25°30′W
Ocean/sea sourcesWandel Sea
Basin countriesGreenland
Max. length90 km (56 mi)
Max. width19 km (12 mi)


It opens into the southern shore of the Independence Fjord at its northern end, between J.C. Christensen Land to the west and Mylius-Erichsen Land to the east, near the confluence of Denmark Sound and Independence Fjord.[1] The Hagen Glacier has its terminus at the head of the fjord.

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