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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Gutenko Mountains (RUS) 72° 15' 00.0" S 64° 20' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 118330 Place ID: 5811

Gutenko Mountains (GBR) 71° 40' 00.0" S 64° 50' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 109149 Place ID: 5811

rising to c. 1700m SW of Dyer Plateau, central Palmer Land, and including from N to S Elliott Hills, Rathbone Hills, Guthridge Nunataks and Blanchard Nunataks, were seen from the air by RARE, 21 November and 23 December 1947; roughly mapped in c.72 15'S 64 15'W and named Gutenko Mountains (Ronne, 1948a, map p.357, p.384) or Vincent Gutenko Mountains (AGS map, 1948; Ronne, 1948b, p.369) after the Gutenko family of Baltimore, Md, of which Sigmund Gutenko, USN, served as chief commissary steward with RARE. Montes Gutenko (Argentina. MM chart N-"P"-1, 1952). Montagne Gutenko (Zavatti, 1960a, p.1419). Gory Gutenko (Soviet Union. MMF chart, 1961). The mountains were photographed from the air by USN, 1966-69, and surveyed from the ground by BAS from "Stonington Island", 1971-72. Gutenko Mountains, as now defined (APC, 1977, p.15; USGS sketch map Palmer Land (North Part), 1979); BAS sheet Misc. 2, 1981).

Gutenko Mountains (USA) 71° 40' 00.0" S 64° 45' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 126036 Place ID: 5811

A large, scattered group of hills, nunataks and small mountains at the south end of Dyer Plateau in central Palmer Land. The feature includes Elliott Hills, Rathbone Hills, Guthridge Nunataks and Blanchard Nunataks. These mountains were seen from the air during flights of Nov. 21 and Dec. 23, 1947, by the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition and are named for Sigmund Gutenko, USN, chief commissary steward with the expedition. The mountains were mapped in detail by USGS in 1974.

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