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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Drewry, Mount (NZL) 84° 27' 00.0" S 167° 21' 00.0" E Mountain
Name ID: 113186 Place ID: 3874

A prominent blocklike mountain on the W side of Beardmore Glacier, rising to 2,910 m between Bingley Glacier and Cherry Icefall in Queen Alexandra Range. Discovered and roughly mapped by the Southern Journey Party of the BrAE, led by Ernest Shackleton, which was abreast of this mountain on December 13, 1908. Named by US-ACAN in 1986 after David J. Drewry, British glaciologist; a leader of the SPRI-NSF-TUD airborne radio echo sounding program, 1967-79; Director, Scott Polar Research Institute, 1984-87; Director, British Antarctic Survey, from 1987. (SCAR CGA narrative, USA)

Drewry, Mount (USA) 84° 27' 00.0" S 167° 21' 00.0" E Mountain
Name ID: 124523 Place ID: 3874

A prominent blocklike mountain on the W side of Beardmore Glacier, rising to 2,910 m between Bingley Glacier and Cherry Icefall in Queen Alexandra Range. Discovered and roughly mapped by the Southern Journey Party of the BrAE, led by Ernest Shackleton, which was abreast of this mountain on December 13, 1908. Named by US-ACAN in 1986 after David J. Drewry, British glaciologist; a leader of the SPRI-NSF-TUD airborne radio echo sounding program, 1967-79; Director, Scott Polar Research Institute, 1984-87; Director, British Antarctic Survey, from 1987.

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