Ground of Coats
The ground of Coats ( Coats Land ) is an area of the the Antarctic which is in the west of the Ground of the Queen-Maud and forms bank is Mer of Weddell, extending in a direction north-be-south-is between 20º00´O and 36º00´O. The north-eastern part was discovered starting from Scotia by William Speirs Bruce, leader of national forwarding the Antarctic Scottish of 1902-04. It gave the name Coats Land in the honor of James Coats Jr., and of major Andrew Coats, two important members of forwarding.
The coast of CairdIn December 1914 and January 1915, Ernest Shackleton, at the time of the Forwarding Endurance, continued exploration in the south, thus prolonging the exploration of Wilhelm Filchner starting from the Deutschland in 1912.
The coast of Caird is this part of the coast of the ground of Coats extending between the end from the Glacier Stancomb-Wills, towards 20º00´O, and the surroundings of the Glacier Beam, towards 27º54´O. Shackleton named it in memory of Sir James Key Caird, the chief of forwarding.
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