Asses Ears

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Quick Facts
  • Location: 65 ° 44' 45" N, 163 ° 11' 22" W
  • Region: Northwest Arctic
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  • Elevation: 1824 ft (555.96 m)

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About
extend 200 feet above bench, 2 mi. SE of Black Butte and 8 mi. N of Imuruk Lake; Seward Peninsula High.

History
so named August 11, 1816, by Lieutenant Otto von Kotzebue (1821, p. 223), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), because "its summit is in the form of two asses' ears" (Baker, 1906, p. 107). Moffit (1905, pl. 5 and p. 27-28), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

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