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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Marshall Peak (RUS) 71° 08' 00.0" S 61° 32' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 119253 Place ID: 9045

Marshall Peak (GBR) 71° 09' 00.0" S 61° 33' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 110020 Place ID: 9045

rising to 1200m at base of Kvinge Peninsula, Black Coast, was probably sighted from the ground by USAS in December 1940; surveyed by FIDS-RARE from "Stonington Island" in November 1947 and named after Norman Bertram ("Freddy") Marshall (1915-1996), Operation "Tabarin" zoologist, "Hope Bay", 1944-45; Professor of zoology, Queen Mary College, London University, 1972-77 (BA chart 3175, 12.xi.1954; APC, 1955, p.14; DCS 601 sheet 71 60, 1955; BAS 250 sheet SR 19-20/16, 1-DOS 1976). Pico Marshall (Argentina. MM chart 110, 1957). Gora Marshall-Pik (Soviet Union. MMF chart, 1961). Pik Marshall (Soviet Union. AA, 1966, Pl.24). The peak was further surveyed by BAS from "Stonington Island", 1972-73.

Marshall Peak (USA) 71° 09' 00.0" S 61° 32' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 128469 Place ID: 9045

Peak, 1,205 m, which is ice covered except for its rocky NE side, standing 6 mi NW of the head of Palmer Inlet on the E coast of Palmer Land. This coast was first explored in 1940 by members of the USAS, but the peak was first charted by a joint party consisting of members of the RARE and FIDS in 1947. Named by the FIDS for Norman B. Marshall, zoologist at the FIDS Hope Bay base in 1945-46.

Marshall, pico (ARG) 71° 09' 00.0" S 61° 33' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 101484 Place ID: 9045

Marshall, Pico (CHL) 71° 09' 00.0" S 61° 32' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 135020 Place ID: 9045

Esta costa fue explorada por primera vez en 1940 por miembros del USAS, pero el pico fue cartografiado por primera vez en 1947 por los miembros de una partida conjunta del RARE y del FIDS. El nombre le fue colocado por el FIDS y corresponde al apellido de Norman B. Marshall, zoólogo de la base Hope Bay del FIDS en 1945-1946. Pico de aproximadamente 1.200 metros de elevación, cubierto de hielo con excepción de su lado rocoso NE, ubicado a unas seis millas al NW de la entrada a ensenada Palmer, en la costa E de la península Tierra de O'Higgins.

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