Oliver Island (Antarctica)

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Oliver Island
Waters Marguerite Bay
Archipelago Mica Islands
Geographical location 69 ° 19 ′  S , 68 ° 37 ′  W Coordinates: 69 ° 19 ′  S , 68 ° 37 ′  W
Oliver Island (Antarctica) (Antarctic Peninsula)
Oliver Island (Antarctica)
Residents uninhabited

Oliver Island is the largest island in the Mica Islands group off the Fallières coast of Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula . In the southern part of Marguerite Bay , it is 10 km northeast of Cape Jeremy opposite the entrance to the West Bay .

The Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names named them in 1977 after David L. Oliver, cook at Palmer Station in the Antarctic winter of 1972.

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