Charles Francis Laseron - Biographical Notes
Taxidermist & Biological Collector - Aurora 1911-1913
Correll and Laseron, picture taken on floe ice at the Western Base
Single, had gained a Diploma in Geology
at the Technical College, Sydney, New South Wales, and for some
years was Collector to the Technological Museum. At the Main
Base (AdÃƒÂ©lie Land), during 1912, he acted as Taxidermist and
general Collector, taking part, as well, in sledging journeys
to the south and east of Winter Quarters.
From Appendix 1, Mawson - Heart of the Antarctic
Landmarks named after Charles Francis Laseron
Feature Name: Laseron
Feature Type: island
Description: A chain of small ice-capped and rocky islands lying 3 mi E of Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay. Discovered by the AAE (1911-14) under Douglas Mawson.
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