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Brabant Island to Adelaide Island (Map)

Series: BAS (UKAHT) Volume: sheets 2A / 2B
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
1 colour map, scale 1:250,000, size folded 15 × 22 cm, size unfolded 87 × 88 cm
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A section of the northern part of the Antarctic Peninsula with the nearby islands, including Brabant Island and Anvers Island (the location of the US Palmer Station), on a contoured topographic map at 1:250,000 published by the British Antarctic Survey and the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust in 2008. The map provides a vivid presentation of the terrain characteristic of BAS’s topographic mapping and shows permanent and summer-only research stations, as well as locations of historic sites/monuments and Antarctic Specially Protected Areas with their HSM and ASPA numbers.

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Series: BAS (UKAHT) Volume: sheets 2A / 2B
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
1 colour map, scale 1:250,000, size folded 15 × 22 cm, size unfolded 87 × 88 cm
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