Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

MRGID http://marineregions.org/mrgid/30402
Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Name
Language Name Name source
EnglishDrift 4BRebesco, M., et al. (2002). Sediment Drifts and Deep-Sea Channel Systems, Antarctic Peninsula Pacific Margin. Deep-Water Contourite Systems: Modern Drifts and Ancient Series, Seismic and Sedimentary Characteristics. D. A. V. Stow, C. J. Pudsey, J. A. Howe, J.-C. Faugères and A. R. Viana. London, Geological Society. 22.   
PlaceType Drift 
Latitude 65° 27' 25.2" S (-65.45700048°)  
Longitude 71° 42' 42.1" W (-71.71168082°)  
Min. Lat 65° 44' 21.2" S (-65.7392°)  
Min. Long 72° 34' 17.4" W (-72.5715°)  
Max. Lat 65° 11' 57.7" S (-65.1994°)  
Max. Long 70° 53' 3.9" W (-70.8844°)  
Source Rebesco, M., et al. (2002). Sediment Drifts and Deep-Sea Channel Systems, Antarctic Peninsula Pacific Margin. Deep-Water Contourite Systems: Modern Drifts and Ancient Series, Seismic and Sedimentary Characteristics. D. A. V. Stow, C. J. Pudsey, J. A. Howe, J.-C. Faugères and A. R. Viana. London, Geological Society. 22.
Notes Maximum age: Miocene    
Coordinate information: Coordinates redefined in 2014. These coordinates represent the centroid and the bounding box of the polygon from the shapefile.    
Drift type: Elongate mounded and detached Drift    
Mean contourite type: Glacial    
Relations 
Part of  Antarctic 200NM zone beyond the coastline part of the Southern Ocean (Marine Region)  [view hierarchy]   
Influenced by  Antarctic Circumpolar Current (Current)  [view hierarchy]   
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