Gerard Bluffs

Gerard Bluffs (83°37′S 157°15′E / 83.617°S 157.250°E / -83.617; 157.250Coordinates: 83°37′S 157°15′E / 83.617°S 157.250°E / -83.617; 157.250) are prominent ice-free bluffs marking the southern extremity of the Miller Range, Antarctica. It was mapped in December 1957, and named by the New Zealand southern party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1956–58) for V. Gerard, an International Geophysical Year scientist at Scott Base in 1957.[1]

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  1. ^ "Gerard Bluffs". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-04-22.

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