Marine Gazetteer Placedetails

MRGID http://marineregions.org/mrgid/11678
Status Proposed standard Proposed standard
Names
Language Name Name source
EnglishAnna, CapeSCAR Composite Gazetteer   
SpanishAna, caboSCAR Composite Gazetteer   
FrenchAnna, CapSCAR Composite Gazetteer   
SpanishAnna, CaboSCAR Composite Gazetteer   
DutchKaap AnnaBeeckman, N. (1988). Belgica: de eerste overwintering in Antarctica 1897-1899 = Belgica: le premier hivernage premier hivernage dans l'Antarctique 1897-1899. North Sea Society: Antwerpen. 77 pp. (look up in IMIS)   
PlaceType Cape 
Latitude 64° 35' 0" S (-64.5833333°)  
Longitude 62° 26' 0" W (-62.4333333°)  
Source SCAR Composite Gazetteer, available online at https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/gaz/scar/
Notes Belgica information: 08/09/1953 - N point of Arctowski Peninsula, Danco Coast. Charted by the Belgian Antarctic Expedition in 1898, when a landing was made; named Cap Anna (BEL 1899) after Mme Ernest (Anna) Osterrieth, of Antwerp, who gave financial help to the expedition. Cape Anna (GBR chart 1901; GBR gaz.1955) (http://www.geoscience.scar.org/meetings/shanghai/cga_letter_a.pdf).    
Belgica information: Prominent black cape rising to 280 m, forming the N tip of Arctowski Peninsula on the W coast of Graham Land. Discovered by the BelgAE, 1897-99, and named after Mme. Ernest (Anna) Osterrieth, who gave financial assistance to the expedition (http://www.geoscience.scar.org/meetings/shanghai/cga_letter_a.pdf/ / http://geonames.usgs.gov).    
Belgica information: Prominent black cape rising to 280 m, forming the Northern tip of Arctowski Peninsula on the west coast of Graham Land. Discovered by the Belgian Antarctic Expedition, 1897-1899, and named after Mme. Anna Osterrieth, wife of Robert Osterrieth, who gave financial assistance to the expedition.    
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