ARCTIC CANADA, VOLUME II, FOURTH EDITION, 1985
Chapter III — Delete paragraph 14
Replace by: 14 Port Bowen (73°13'N, 88°58'W),
where Parry wintered with Fury and Hecla in 1824-25, has steep shores rising to over 213 m except where a few streams have built deltas.
Stoney Island (not shown on the chart) lies midway along the north side of the port.
14.1 Caution. — Port Bowen is reported to be generally deep but a 2.1 m shoal lies close off the south entrance point. A shoal with drying rocks joins Stoney Island to the north shore and a shoal area extends about 91 m off the SE point of the island.
(Monthly Edition No. 8/13)