Doumani Peak

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Doumani Peak (77°7′S 126°3′W / 77.117°S 126.050°W / -77.117; -126.050Coordinates: 77°7′S 126°3′W / 77.117°S 126.050°W / -77.117; -126.050) is a subsidiary peak, 2,675 metres (8,780 ft) high, on the southern slopes of Mount Sidley in the Executive Committee Range, Marie Byrd Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for George A. Doumani, a Traverse Seismologist at Byrd Station, a member of the Executive Committee Range Traverse (February 1959) and Marie Byrd Land Traverse (1959–60) that carried out surveys of this area.[1]

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 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Doumani Peak" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).