Beaumont Bay

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Beaumont Bay (81°31′S 161°22′E / 81.517°S 161.367°E / -81.517; 161.367Coordinates: 81°31′S 161°22′E / 81.517°S 161.367°E / -81.517; 161.367) is an ice-filled reentrant[clarification needed] on the west side of the Ross Ice Shelf between Young Head and Harris Point, into which Dickey Glacier flows. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition (1901–04) and named for Admiral Sir Lewis Beaumont, Royal Navy, an Arctic explorer who took a special interest in this expedition.

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