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Where is Iceland?

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Iceland Country Information:

Iceland is an island northwest of The United Kingdom and Norway. Iceland is bordered by the Greenland Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Iceland Bordering Countries:

Iceland Cities:

Akureyi, Arnarstapi, Bordeyri, Budardalur, Budir, Dalvik, Eglisstadir, Flateyri, Grundarfjordur, Hellissandur, Hnifsdalur, Hofn, Holmavik, Husavik, Isafjorour, Keflavik, Kopavogur, Raufarhofn, Reykjavik, Selfoss, Siglufjordhur, Stykkisholmur, Sudavik, Thingeyri, Vestmannaeyjar and Vik.

Iceland Locations:

Arnarvatn, Atlantic Ocean, Blanda River, Breidafjodur, Denmark Strait, Eiriksjokull, Eyjafjallajokull, Faxafloi, Greenland Sea, Heradsvotn River, Hofsjokull, Hunafloi, Langjokull, Logurinn, Myrdalsjokull, Myvatn, Odadahraun (Lava Fields), Oraefajokull, Oskjuvatn, Skjalfandafljot River, Thingyallavatn, Thorisjokull, Thorisvatn, Tungnafellsjokull, Tungnahryggsjokull and Vatnajokull.

Iceland Natural Resources:

Icelandís natural resources include fish and diatomite. The country has fuel resources which include the capability for geothermal power and hydropower.

Iceland Natural Hazards:

Some of the natural hazards for Iceland are its volcanic activity and earthquakes.

Iceland Environmental Issues:

Some of the environmental issues for Iceland are water-related. These include pollution from fertilizer runoff, and inadequate wastewater treatment.
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