Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Language Name Name source
EnglishNasyr' SeamountIHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names (2014-06-01)   
PlaceType Seamount(s) 
Latitude 66° 56' 9.5" S (-66.93596763°)  
Longitude 173° 1' 26.3" E (173.0239695°)  
Min. Lat 67° 2' 42" S (-67.045°)  
Min. Long 172° 48' 47.9" E (172.8133°)  
Max. Lat 66° 48' 18" S (-66.805°)  
Max. Long 173° 15' 18" E (173.255°)  
Source IHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names (2014-06-01), available online at
Notes Coordinates calculated from feature    
Previous coordinates: Lat: -66.935968; Long: 173.023969; minLat: -67.045; minLong: 172.8133; maxLat: -66.805; maxLong: 173.255    
GEBCO: associated meeting, proposer and year of proposal: Associated meeting: SCUFN-25. Proposer: Head Department of Navigation and Oceanography (HDNO), Russian Federation. Year of proposal: 2004    
GEBCO: discoverer and year of discovery: Discoverer: Russian Research Vessel "Professor Vize". Year of discovery: 1985. Origin of name: Named after Leonid Petrovich Nasyr' (1924-2003), a Russian hydrographer who served in hydrographic subdivisions of the Pacific Fleet. He contributed to the complex oceanographic study of the Far East seas, including Kuril'skiye Ostrova. He was involved in the establishment and organization of the chart production at the Pacific Fleet.    
Additional information: The seamount is located east of the Balleny Islands. It has an oval shape with a slope steepness of 28°.    
Part of  Southern Ocean (IHO Sea Area)  [view hierarchy]   
Edit history Last edited on 2014-08-25 21:02:47 by Oset Garcia Paula
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