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
Aciar, monte (ARG) 64° 25' 00.0" S 62° 34' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 100010 Place ID: 40

Magnet Bay (AUS) 66° 22' 50.4" S 56° 23' 25.3" E Bay
Name ID: 40 Place ID: 8849

An embayment on the coast of Kemp Land, about 24 km west of Cape Davis. BANZARE (1929-31) plotted Magnet Bay as a wide embayment extending from Cape Davis to Cape Borley. Later exploration, especially that by the Lars Christensen Expedition (1936-37) and ANARE (1956-61) has shown the bay to be less extensive than plotted by BANZARE. Named by Sir Douglas Mawson after the vessel in which Peter Kemp first sighted land in this vicinity in 1833.

Mount Aciar (USA) 64° 24' 00.0" S 62° 33' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 121563 Place ID: 40

A mountain rising to 1,300 m between the heads of Rush Glacier and Jenner Glacier in the Solvay Mountains, Brabant Island, Palmer Archipelago. The name "Monte Primer Teniente Aciar" appears on a 1957 Argentine hydrographic chart.

Mount Ehrlich (GBR) 64° 24' 00.0" S 62° 34' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 108643 Place ID: 40

rising to c. 1300m in Solvay Mountains, SW Brabant Island, was called by AAE Monte Ferrer after Tte F. Ferrer (Ferrer Point, q.v.) (Argentina. MM, 1953, p.331) or Monte 1er Teniente Aciar (Argentina. MM chart 129, 1957); photographed from the air by FIDASE, 1956-57; in association with the names of pioneers of medicine grouped in this area, named after Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), German medical scientist, haematologist and founder of modern chemotherapy; Nobel Laureate in medicine, 1908 (APC, 1960, p.4). Mount Aciar (USBGN, 1965, p.92). Mount Erlich [sic], ambiguously positioned (BAS 250 sheet SQ 19-20/4, 1-DOS 1974).

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