Location in Antarctica
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DeLaca Island is a small U-shaped island 1.5 km (0.8 nmi) west of Bonaparte Point, off the southwest coast of Anvers Island. DeLaca Island is one of two main investigation areas in a United States Antarctic Research Program (USARP) study of terrestrial arthropods. DeLaca Island was named by the United States Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (US-ACAN) for Ted E. DeLaca, a member of the University of California, Davis, California, biological team working this area, 1971-1974.
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