Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Language Name Name source
EnglishAdmiralty GuyotIHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names   
PlaceType Guyot 
Latitude 67° 1' 45" S (-67.02917°)  
Longitude 170° 59' 0.6" E (170.9835°)  
Min. Lat 67° 13' 25.2" S (-67.2237°)  
Min. Long 170° 33' 44.5" E (170.5624°)  
Max. Lat 66° 46' 1.3" S (-66.767°)  
Max. Long 171° 30' 24.3" E (171.5067°)  
Source IHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names, available online at
Notes GEBCO: discoverer and year of discovery (en): History: Named in association with Admiralty Mountains on the adjacent Victoria Land in Antarctica. The mountains were discovered in 1841 by Capt. James Ross (English Royal Navy) and named by him for the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty under whose orders he served.    
GEBCO: associated meeting, proposer and year of proposal (en): Associated meeting: SCUFN-29. Proposer: New Zealand Geographic Board (NZGB). History: 2016.    
Additional information (en): This is a large flat-topped feature located between the Balleny Islands and Scott Island, Ross Dependency, Antarctica. Minimum depth (m): 400. Maximum depth (m): 3400. Total relief (m): 3000. Dimension: 55 km x 40 km    
ACUF unique id (UFI) (en): 15236730    
Coordinates in ACUF (en): Latitude: -67.029167; Longitude: 170.9835    
Part of  Southern Ocean (IHO Sea Area)  [view hierarchy]   
Edit history Last edited on 2018-09-13 16:53:11 by Lonneville Britt
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