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Id:
ZLL/0305
Class
Lake
Description
A small lake between the Garwood and Koettlitz Glaciers in Victoria Land, descibed by Laurence Greenfield as a terminal catchment point for entire upper and lower Garwood Valley, consisting of numeroug water bodies connected by thin necks. Those nearest the icefoot and sea have salt water.
Public access to AZ
No
Distance from nearest road
3474.566km
Info Origin
Named by the Western Journey Party, led by Taylor, of the BAE, 1910-13, for its proximity to Garwood Glacier.
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    Location
    NZTM2000: 1398330, 1323496
    Maidenhead
    RB21dx
    Active?
    Yes
    Valid From
    1900-01-01

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