Satellite image map of Mt Menzies, Mac. Robertson Land, Antarctica. This map was produced for the Australian Antarctic Division by AUSLIG (now Geoscience Australia) Commercial, in Australia, in 1997. The map is at a scale of 1:100000, and was produced from Landsat TM and SPOT XS scenes. It is projected on a Transverse Mercator projection, and shows glaciers/ice shelves, and gives some historical text information. The map has both geographical and UTM co-ordinates.
Please see the URL ('Project summary information for Mount Menzies satellite image map').
Data source: Three Landsat TM scenes (131-112, 128-112, 131-111), acquired 18 November 1989, 29 Novemeber 1989, 16 January 1991 respectively, and one SPOT XS scene (GRS 097-670), acquired 18 February 1989.
Projection and Grid: Transverse Mercator, grid zone 41.
Co-ordinates: Geographical and UTM.
Horizontal datum: World Geodetic System 1984.
Magnetic Variation: 68.6 degrees west in February 1997, and moves westerly by about 0.1 degrees each year.
Nomenclature: Names have been approved by the Antarctic Names Committee of Australia.
Contact the Australian Antarctic Data Centre.