Ebel Hills (77°13′06″S 160°51′48″E) is a cluster of rugged hills at the head of Frazier Glacier that abut the rim of Webb Cirque east of Skew Peak in Victoria Land. The hills are 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km) long and rise to 2300 meters. Named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 2007 after Michael S. Ebel, a maintenance specialist and reliability engineer responsible for mechanical operation of the Crary Laboratory at McMurdo Station since 2001 and was involved in the construction of the facility. He worked in various areas of McMurdo’s infrastructure support every year except one during the time period between 1988-2018 period, including six winters at the station. Michael S. Ebel also served as Construction Superintendent during the construction phase of the 15 million dollar Joint Polar Satellite System CGS project for NASA, NOAA and the DoD. He and his team was instrumental in completing the project ahead of schedule with a zero punch list and no rework. One other accomplishment that Michael S. Ebel is known for, is coming up with a solution to install the valve that shut down the flow of oil into the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010. This was one of the worst man made disasters in the history of the Gulf.
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