Greenland: see QeqertarsuaqQeqertarsuaq
, formerly Godhavn
, town (1996 pop. 1,095), Qeqertarsuaq dist., W Greenland, on Disko Island; founded in 1773. A fishing base and former whaling base, it has a geophysical observatory and an arctic research station (established 1906 by the Univ. of Copenhagen).
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Congress accompanying the expedition as far as Qeqertarsuaq (Godhavn).
For example, in the 1990s, an adaptive filter algorithm for heave motion was developed by Godhavn and was implanted in the seatex MRU [5].
For example, Egeland and Godhavn [1] presented a passivity-based adaptive control method for rigid spacecraft.
In this work will be addressed the riser slugging, that combined or initiated by terrain slugging is the most serious case of instability in oil/water-dominated systems (GODHAVN et al., 2005; STORKAAS; SKOGESTAD, 2007; SIVERTSEN et al., 2010).
As the Gulnare continued to Godhavn (Qeqertarsuaq), Greenland, the full extent of the ship's shortcomings was exposed (Fig.
Godhavn, "Nonlinear tracking of underactuated surface vessels," in Proceedings of the 35th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pp.
Erling was raised in and around Qeqertarsuaq (formerly Godhavn, 69[degrees] N) on Disko Island, Greenland, where his father, Morten--an eminent and internationally known Danish botanist himself--ran the first permanent Arctic research station.
Thus in December 1849, Captain Sir John Ross wrote: "The expedition should first touch at Lupley [sic; Lievely, Godhavn or Qeqertarsuaq] and there procure two Danish interpreters ...
Thus the settlement that McGoogan identifies as Lievely, on Disko [slash], also then known as Godhavn, is now Qeqertarssuaq; Fiskerenaes (properly Fiskenaeset) should be rendered as Qeqertarsuatsiat; Sukkertoppen as Maniitsoq, and Pr[slash]ven as Kangersutsiaq.