Mount Harding

Harding, Mount (The name as it would appear in a gazetteer)

Mount Harding  (The name as it would appear on a map)

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Place ID: 6003
Name ID: 1627

Feature type: Mountain

Origin

This name originates from Australia. It is part of the Australian Antarctic Gazetteer and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.

Names that other countries have for this feature:

Narrative

The largest mountain in the Grove Mountains, Princess Elizabeth Land. Plotted from ANARE air photographs. Named after N.E. Harding, a senior topographic draughtsman with the (then) Division of National Mapping of the Australian Department of National Development.

Named For

Named after N.E. Harding, a senior topographic draughtsman with the (then) Division of National Mapping of the Australian Department of National Development.

Location

Latitude:
72° 53' 33.0" S
- 72.89250°
Unknown precision
Longitude:
75° 01' 23.6" E
75.02322°
Unknown precision
Altitude:
Not recorded
Unknown precision

Images


©Adrian Corvino 2004
Catalogue id
IA16611
Caption
Mount Harding is the highest pointed peak about a fifth of the way in from the left hand side of the photo. The photo was taken at about midnight from Tianhe Range (nunatak) about 3.5 kilometres south west of Mount Harding. Note the GPS base station wind generator in the middle and centre of the photo. Zakharoff Ridge is on the right and centre of the photo.
Photographer
Corvino, Adrian

Map

Source

Location Method:
Topographic data
Source Name:
Unknown
Source Identifier:
Source Scale:
Unknown
Source Institution:
Unknown
Source Person:
Unknown
Source Publisher:
Unknown
Remote sensing:
Feature identified on georeferenced Quickbird (Digital Globe) image for determining accurate geographical coordinates.

Comments

None

Approval status

Status:
Unknown
Date approved:
29-Jul-1965

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