For other uses see Northern America (disambiguation).
|Area||21 780 142 km²|
|Population||334 659 631|
(Jul. 2007 est.)http://www.xist.org/earth/pop_region.aspx
|GDP||$12.776 478 3 trillion|
(PPP, 2005 est.)http://www.xist.org/earth/ec_gdp4.aspx
|Major languages||English, Spanish, French, Danish, Greenlandic, and various Recognised regional languages.|
|Time zones||UTC (Danmarkshavn, Greenland) to|
UTC -10:00 (west Aleutians)
|Largest urban agglomerations|
Northern America (French: Amérique septentrionale) is the northernmost region of the Americas, and is part of the North American continent. It lies directly north of the region of Middle America; the land border between the two regions coincides with the border between the United States and Mexico. Geopolitically, according to the scheme of geographic regions and subregions used by the United Nations, Northern America consists of: 
Maps using the term Northern America date back to 1755, when the region was occupied by France, Great Britain, and Spain. Today, Northern America includes the Canada-US dyad, developed countries that exhibit very high human development and intense economic integration while sharing many socioeconomic characteristics, including increasingly divergent demographic patterns (e.g., fertility levels).
Hawaii is a US state located in the central Pacific Ocean, southwest of the continental US on the North American mainland. Physiographically and ethnologically, the Hawaiian archipelago is often included with the other Polynesian territories of Oceania.