Fraser Nunatak

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Fraser Nunatak (81°47′S 155°55′E / 81.783°S 155.917°E / -81.783; 155.917Coordinates: 81°47′S 155°55′E / 81.783°S 155.917°E / -81.783; 155.917) is a nunatak rising to 2,070 metres (6,800 ft), 22 kilometres (14 mi) south west of the Wilhoite Nunataks and west of the Churchill Mountains in Antarctica. It was named in honor of Graham Fraser, who has had some 45 years of Antarctic experience and led geomagnetic pulsation research over 11 seasons from 1989 onwards.[1]


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