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
Table Nunatak (RUS) 68° 30' 00.0" S 63° 00' 00.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 120882 Place ID: 14369

Table Nunatak (GBR) 68° 31' 00.0" S 62° 57' 00.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 111497 Place ID: 14369

low rock projecting through Larsen Ice Shelf off Cape Agassiz, Kenyon Peninsula, was probably the feature sighted by USAS in 1940 and described as a snow-covered island; seen from the air and surveyed from the ground by FIDS-RARE from "Stonington Island" in 1947, and named descriptively ([in 68°30'S 62°57'W] APC, 1955, p.20; DCS 601 sheet 68 62, 1955; DOS 610 sheet W 68 62, 1963; [in 68°29'S 62°30'W, in error] APC, 1977, p.32; [co-ordinates corrected] APC, 1986, p.4). Nunatak Teybl (Soviet Union. MMF chart, 1961). The feature is not shown on USGS sketch map Palmer Land (North Part), 1979.

Table Nunatak (USA) 68° 30' 00.0" S 62° 57' 00.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 132440 Place ID: 14369

Flat-topped, rectangular nunatak lying 0.5 mi E of Cape Agassiz on the E coast of Palmer Land. This is probably the feature first seen in 1940 by members of the USAS and described as a snow-covered island close E of Cape Agassiz. The nunatak was again sighted by Lt. Charles J. Adams, of the then USAAF, pilot with the RARE on a flight in September 1947. The name is descriptive.

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