SCAR Gazetteer Information: Each place can have one or more entries in the SCAR Composite Gazetteer, dependant on its origin. By viewing an individual entry, you may see multiple references to the same place. SCAR uses a more general feature type coding, so each place will, in general, have multiple feature types.

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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Bevin Glacier (GBR) 66° 17' 00.0" S 63° 54' 00.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 107790 Place ID: 1290

flowing E into the head of Cabinet Inlet, Foyn Coast, was photographed from the air by RARE and surveyed from the ground by FIDS from "Hope Bay" in December 1947; in association with the names in this area of other members of the War Cabinet (which authorized Operation "Tabarin" in 1943), named after the Rt. Hon. Ernest Bevin (1881-1951), English Statesman; Minister of Labour and National Service and member of the War Cabinet, 1940-45; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1945-51 (BA chart 3570,; APC, 1955, p.5; DCS 601 sheet 66 62, 1955). Glaciar Bevin (Argentina. MM chart, 110, 1957). Lednik Bevina (Soviet Union. MMF chart, 1961).

Bevin Glacier (USA) 66° 17' 00.0" S 63° 47' 00.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 122498 Place ID: 1290

Glacier 5 mi long, which flows E from the plateau escarpment on the E side of Graham Land into the NW end of Cabinet Inlet between Attlee and Anderson Glaciers. During December 1947, it was charted by the FIDS and photographed from the air by the RARE. Named by the FIDS for Rt. Hon. Ernest Bevin, M.P., British Minister of Labor and National Service and member of the War Cabinet.

Bevin, glaciar (ARG) 66° 17' 00.0" S 63° 47' 00.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 100272 Place ID: 1290

Bevin, Glaciar (CHL) 66° 17' 00.0" S 63° 48' 00.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 134819 Place ID: 1290

Fue cartografiado por el FIDS y fotografiado por el RARE durante diciembre de 1947. El nombre le fue puesto por el FIDS y recuerda al Honorable Ernest Bevin, MP, ministro británico del Trabajo y Servicio Nacional y miembro del Gabinete de Guerra. Glaciar de unas 10 millas de largo, que fluye hacia el E desde la meseta acantilada en el lado E de la península Tierra de O'Higgins hacia el extremo NW de la ensenada Reales Cédulas, entre las bocas del glaciar Attlee y el glaciar Anderson.

Oates Land (AUS) 72° 00' 00.0" S 159° 30' 00.0" E Land
Name ID: 1290 Place ID: 18309

The sector of Antarctica between 155 degrees E and 164 degrees E (partly in the Ross Dependency). Discovered in February, 1911, by Lieut. H.L.L. Pennell, RN, in the Terra Nova, expedition ship of the British National Antarctic Expedition (1910-13). Named after Capt. L.E.G. Oates of the 6th Iniskilling Dragoons, who with Captain Scott and three companions, lost his life on the return journey from the South Pole in 1912. The coastal region of Oates Land has been photographed or explored by USN Operation Highjump (1946-47), the Soviet Antarctic Expedition (1958), ANARE (1959, 1961 and 1962), US Navy (1960-62), US Geological Survey (19622 Expedition (163-64). (See Handbook and Index that accompanies the 1939 Map of Antarctica by Bayliss and Cumpston for the extent of Oates Land)

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