Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

MRGID http://marineregions.org/mrgid/57054
Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Name
Language Name Name source
EnglishKadazandusun HillsIHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names (2018-06-25 - current version)   
PlaceType Hill(s) 
Latitude 7° 12' 1.7" N (7.20046188°)  
Longitude 114° 4' 0.4" E (114.066771°)  
Min. Lat 7° 8' 32.3" N (7.1423°)  
Min. Long 113° 59' 25.1" E (113.9903°)  
Max. Lat 7° 14' 57.6" N (7.2493°)  
Max. Long 114° 9' 15" E (114.1542°)  
Source IHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of Undersea Feature Names (2018-06-25 - current version), available online at http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/gazetteer/
Notes GEBCO: discoverer and year of discovery: Discoverer: Research vessel "Teknik Perdana". Year of discovery: 2007. History: Kadazandusun is the name of the largest indigenous group in nearby Sabah, Malaysia. These people are also known as "Momogun" or "Mamasok" which either means "originals" or "indigenous people". The term Kadazandusun is derived from merging two ethnic names: Kadazan and Dusun. The Kadazandusun people are mainly found in Penampang on the west coast of Sabah, in the surrounding localities, and in various locations in the interior.    
GEBCO: associated meeting, proposer and year of proposal: Associated meeting: SCUFN-29. Proposer: National Hydrographic Centre (NHC), Malaysia. History: 2016.    
Additional information: This feature has an oval shape and steepness of 45°. It consists of two hills, akin to the two largest indigenous groups of Sabah merged into Kadazandusun. The single position is that of the shallowest point. Minimum depth (m): 695. Maximum depth (m): 1600. Total relief (m): 905. Dimension: 119 km²    
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Part of  Philippine Sea (IHO Sea Area)  [view hierarchy]   
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