Name details

Molar Peak

Molar Peak (The name as it would appear in a gazetteer)

Molar Peak  (The name as it would appear on a map)

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United States Gazetteer Id 129011

Feature type: Peak (2d)

Origin

This name originates from United States of America. It is part of the United States Gazetteer and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.

Names that other countries have for this feature:

Narrative

Steep-sided peak, 1,065 m, between Mount Camber and Copper Peak in the Osterrieth Range of Anvers Island, in the palmer Archipelago. Named by the UK-APC following a survey by the FIDS in 1955. The descriptive name arose because the peak is shaped like a tooth.

Named For

Location

Latitude:
64° 41' 00.0" S
- 64.68333°
Unknown precision
Longitude:
63° 19' 00.0" W
- 63.31667°
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Altitude:
1065 m
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Images

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Map

Source

Location Method:
Unknown
Source Name:
Unknown
Source Identifier:
Source Scale:
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Source Institution:
Unknown
Source Person:
Unknown
Source Publisher:
Unknown
Remote sensing:
Not Applicable

Comments

None

Approval status

Status:
Unknown
Date approved:
1-Jan-1963

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