Bauer Buttress

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Bauer Buttress (67°23′S 66°56′W / 67.383°S 66.933°W / -67.383; -66.933Coordinates: 67°23′S 66°56′W / 67.383°S 66.933°W / -67.383; -66.933) is a projecting rock buttress on the northeast side of Mount Rendu on Arrowsmith Peninsula, Loubet Coast, Graham Land. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee following geological work by the British Antarctic Survey, 1980–81, after Albert Bauer, French engineer and glaciologist who conducted research on glaciers in Iles Kerguelen, Adelie Coast, Greenland, and Iceland and was formerly with Expéditions Polaires Françaises.

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