New Zealand Antarctic Place-Names Committee

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The New Zealand Antarctic Place-Names Committee (NZ-APC, German: New Zealand's Committee for Antarctic Place Names ) is a commission of experts founded in 1956 , which is dedicated to the naming of geographical objects in the Ross Dependency in Antarctica . The panel is comprised of members of the New Zealand Geographic Board and other selected professionals who work in coordination with appropriate committees in Australia , the United Kingdom and the United States .

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Evans, A .: New Zealand Antarctic Place Names Committee . In: New Zealand Antarctic Society (Ed.): Antarctic . 5-7, 1968.
  2. Breisemeister, William A .; Waugh, Douglas V .: Antarctica . Taylor & Francis, 1965, p. 98.