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- Soluble carbohydrate and organic content of soils and associated microbiota from the Windmill Islands, Budd Coast, Antarctica.
- Clark Peninsula is situated on the north side of Newcomb Bay at the east end of Vincennes Bay, opposite Windmill Islands region, on Budd Coast, Wilkes Land.
- The Area is approximately 9.75 square kilometres in area and is adjacent to the Windmill Islands Group on the Budd Coast, Wilkes Land, Eastern Antarctica.
- From 17 to 28 February 1898 Adrien de Gerlache explored the rim of the pack-ice of the Bellingshausen Sea.
- Second, any GLOBEC initiative planned for the Southern Ocean will likely have a regional focus, i.e., Bellingshausen Sea.
- Operations of the Eastern Group commenced in the vicinity of Peter I Island, north of the Bellingshausen Sea, late in December, 1946.
- Amundsen Bay ( 66--55---S 50--0---E) is a long embayment 24 miles wide, close west of the Tula Mountains in Enderby Land, Antarctica.
- The Burkett Islands are a group of small islands lying just west of Mount Gleadell in the eastern part of Amundsen Bay, in Enderby Land.
- The Amundsen Sea is the most striking indicator of this interaction.
- Molodezhnaya is a Russia n research station in Antarctica at .
- Molodezhnaya is a Russian research station in Antarctica at .
- Molodezhnaya is a Russian research station in Antarctica at 67--40---S 45--51---E.
- James Ross Island is the spidery-shaped island slightly above left of the center of the "before" image.
- Leskov Island is a small uninhabited island in the Traversay Islands group of the South Sandwich Islands.
- Leskov Island: The smallest of the group, a flat summit and precipitous on all sides.
- This iceberg is a remnant of Iceberg B-15, which calved from the Ross Ice Shelf in 2000.
- Framheim was the name of explorer Roald Amundsen 's base at the Bay of Whales on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica during his quest for the South Pole.
- The index map of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica (Plate G-2), shows five ice streams on its eastern margin.
- Late Cretaceous episodes are inferred for the Scott Glacier region and the Miller Range (Fitzgerald, 1994).
- Faulting has also been recorded in the Scott Glacier region (Fitzgerald and Stump, 1997) but fault orientations and kinematics are unclear.
- The Ross Sea is one of the major ventilation sites of the global ocean abyss and a region of sparse tidal observations.
- The Ross Sea is one of the most remote regions and is only accessible for two months each year when the ice thaws.
- The Ross Sea is one of the most remote regions, accessible only for two months each year when the ice thaws.
- The outer portions of the bay are bounded by the Moscow University Ice Shelf and the Voyeykov Ice Shelf.
- The Dalton Iceberg Tongue ( 66--15---S 121--30---E) is a large iceberg tongue that extends seaward from the eastern part of Moscow University Ice Shelf.
- Adelaide Island was discovered in 1832 by a British expedition under John Biscoe.
- Adelaide Island was first surveyed by the expedition.
- The air onflowing to the Admiralty Bay from NW, N and NE must overcome this hight.
- H: Arctowskiego) is situated in Admiralty Bay, King George Island, has operated continuously since its founding in 1977.
- There is an icy part of the island with the Krak-w Ice Dome (about 425 m a.s.l.) on it, visible on the other side of the Admiralty Bay.
- The Amery Ice Shelf is a piece of floating ice the size of Tasmania.
- The Amery Ice Shelf is the third-largest shelf in the Antarctic.
- Antarctica New Zealand is a body founded by the New Zealand Government to manage its interests in Antarctica.
- Antarctica New Zealand is a small Crown Agency with a significant public profile.
- Antarctica New Zealand is the Crown Entity responsible for New Zealand's involvement in Antarctica at a national and international level.
- The Antarctic Plateau is an area of the Antarctic continent, extending for a few hundred kilometres around the South Pole.
- The Antarctic plateau is a crevasse-riven mass of ice rising steeply behind Mawson Station.
- The Antarctic Sound is traditionally a good place for viewing tabular icebergs brought into the sound by coastal currents from Weddell Sea ice shelves.
- Travelling through the waters of the Antarctic Sound, we-ll be treated to some of the most dramatic scenery the continent has to offer.
- After negotiating the iceberg-strewn waters of the Antarctic Sound, we hope to visit the bustling Ad-lie colonies on Paulet.
- They roughly surveyed the SW coast of Anvers Island in 1904.
- On Anvers Island, the British Antarctic Survey built and operated a station for the purpose of survey and geology.
- The ice ramp disappeared as the glacier retreated, and a narrow channel now separates Anvers Island from the island on which Biscoe Point lies.
- Ardery Island is a Specially Protected Area for petrels, a kind of bird.
- Ardery Island is a steep ice free island approximately 1 km long and 0.5 km wide, with an east-west orientation.
- Ardery Island is the type locality for the Antarctic flea Glaciopsyllus antarcticus, associate with the nests of Southern fulmars.
- The Area is a fragment of the western part of Schirmacher Oasis.
- The Area is a mating ground for Yellowbelly rock cod ( Notothenia coriiceps).
- The Area is a mating ground for Yellowbelly rockcod (Notothenia coriiceps) (indicated by eggs) (Kellermann, 1996).
- The Area is a small rocky island, c.
- The Area is an irregularly shaped island about 1.8 km from north-east to south-west and 1 km from north-west to south-east.
- Aviator Glacier was first discovered in 1955, and named to mark the work done by airmen to open up the Antarctic continent.
- The Aviator Glacier was discovered in 1955, and was named for the airmen who did so much to open the continent up to explorers and scientists.
- The ascent to the Antarctic Plateau, along the Axel Heiberg Glacier, was easier than they had expected.
- On November 17 they started the climb up the Axel Heiberg Glacier.
- However, they reached the pole a month after Roald Amundsen and his team, who had climbed the previously unknown Axel Heiberg Glacier.
- Bailey Ice Stream ( 79--0---S 30--0---W) is an ice stream on the northern margin of the Theron Mountains, flowing westsouthwest to the Filchner Ice Shelf.
- In der vergangenen Saison standen zwei Gletscher in der Westantarktis auf dem Programm: der Slessor Gletscher und der Bailey Ice Stream.
- Beardmore Glacier is named after Sir William Beardmore, a Scottish industrialist and expedition sponsor born in 1856.
- Scott would follow the route, discovered by Ernest Shackleton, up the Beardmore Glacier to the Antarctic Plateau.
- The Beardmore Glacier ( 83--45---S 171--00---E) in Antarctica is the largest glacier in the world, with a length exceeding 160 km (100 mi).
- Beaufort Island is one of a series of late Tertiary volcanic vents that developed along a line of weakness in the Ross Sea floor.
- Height: 4,897 metres (16,077 feet) The lowest point in Antarctica is within the Bentley Subglacial Trench, which reaches 2,540 meters below sea level.
- Bentley Subglacial Trench itself (ice, not land) is –8,327 ft.
- Biscoe Point is a rocky point forming the SE side of Biscoe Bay, immediately N of Access Point on the S side of Anvers Island, in the Palmer Archipelago.
- Biscoe Point was the name applied to the rocky point found in the approximate location in 1955.
- Cape Darnley ( 67--43---S 69--30---E) is the ice-covered cape forming the north extremity of Bjerko Peninsula.
- Bjerko Peninsula ( 67--50---S 69--30---E) is a broad ice-covered peninsula of Antarctica, forming the west shore of MacKenzie Bay.
- Black Coast was named after Cdr.(later Admiral) Richard B. Black, USNR (1902-92), leader of the December 30 flight and commanding officer of the East Base.
- Gardner Inlet ( 74--58---S 62--52---W) is a large, ice-filled inlet at the southwest side of Bowman Peninsula, on the east coast of Palmer Land.
- This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Bowman Peninsula contains research on Bowman Peninsula and Headlands of Antarctica.
- From Base Camp on the Branscomb Glacier, the normal route follows the glacier up to a headwall two hours from Camp 1.
- After dividing our gear between backpacks and sleds, we ascend the Branscomb Glacier for 2 miles to Camp I (9,100ft).
- Day 5 : Climb to Camp 1 located on Branscomb Glacier at an elevation of 2,850m.
- Bransfield Strait is a Quaternary, ensialic back arc basin at the transition from rifting to spreading.
- Bristol Island is a compound volcano, made of several overlapping stratovolcanoes.
- Bristol Island is an 8 km (5 mile) long island lying midway between Montagu Island and Thule Island in the South Sandwich Islands.
- Around the Hinge Zone the Caird Coast is where the Antarctic Plateau flows onto the sea and becomes the Brunt Ice Shelf.
- The destination this time is Halley research station located on the Brunt ice shelf.
- Rumples - an area of the Brunt Ice Shelf to the north-east of Halley where the shelf is running over rocks sticking up from the seabed.
- Canada Glacier is one of 15 in the valley and Ms. Lewis said researchers hoped to have a thorough understanding of it in the next few years.
- The Canada Glacier is a small polar glacier flowing southeast into the northern side of Taylor Valley, Victoria Land.
- The Canada Glacier is a small polarglacier flowing southeast into the northern side of Taylor Valley, Victoria Land.
- The Canada Glacier is the most intensively studied glacier in the LTER study program.
- Candlemas Island is a small uninhabited island in the South Sandwich Islands at .
- Candlemas Island is a small uninhabited island of the Candlemas Islands in the South Sandwich Islands.
- Cape Circumcision is a peninsula on the north-western edge of the sub-antarctic island Bouvet Island.
- Cape Denison is a 1.5 km-wide peninsula projecting into the centre of Commonwealth Bay, a 60 km-wide stretch of coast in George V Land, east Antarctica.
- Cape Denison is a 1.5 km-wide peninsula projecting into the centre of Commonwealth Bay.
- Cape Denison is a rocky point at the head of Commonwealth Bay.
- Cape Denison is a site for breeding Adélie penguins, Wilson's storm-petrels, snow petrels and the south polar skua.
- Cape Denison is the summer habitat for breeding Adélie penguins, Wilson’s storm-petrels, snow petrels and south polar skuas.
- Cape Hallett was named by James Clark Ross for a member of his 1841 expedition.
- The gap is used to avoid the long detour around Cape Longing.
- S 58-57? W) is a constriction in the promontory north of Cape Longing, where the land narrows to 2 miles and forms a low isthmus.
- Located about 3 miles southwest of Cape Morse, the Morse Glacier ( 66--21---S 130--5---E) is a channel glacier flowing to the east side of Porpoise Bay.
- This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Cape Morse contains research on Cape Morse and Headlands of Antarctica.
- Cape Waldron ( 66--34---S 115--33---E) is an ice-covered cape in Antarctica, just westward of Totten Glacier.
- This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Cape Waldron contains research on Cape Waldron and Geography of Antarctica.
- Casey Station is a permanent base in Antarctica managed by the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD).
- Charlotte Bay is a bay indenting the W coast of Graham Land, Antarctica in a SE direction for 12 miles, between Reclus Peninsula and Cape Murray.
- In the beautiful Charlotte Bay we may again set foot on the Antarctic Continent at Portal Point, where Crabeater Seals have often been seen.
- The cliffs are fractured and have many narrow exposed ledges which in summer are occupied by nesting sea birds.
- The cliffs are fractured and have narrow exposed ledges which in summer are occupied by nesting sea birds.
- The cliffs are of dazzling whiteness, with wonderful blue shadows.
- The college was first known as Bishopsgate School.
- The college was founded by the Baptist Home Mission Society in 1881 as the result of a movement to build a college for African-American Baptists.
* Commonwealth Bay
* Commonwealth Glacier
* Coronation Island
* Coulman Island
* Dalton Iceberg Tongue
* Darwin Glacier
* Darwin Mountains
* Dater Glacier
* David Range
* Davis Sea
* Davis Station
* Deception Island
* Dotson Ice Shelf
* Drygalski Glacier
* Dry Valleys
* East Antarctica
* Ebbe Glacier
* Edward Viii Bay
* Eights Coast
* Ekstrom Ice Shelf
* Enderby Land
* Esperanza Base
* Ferrar Glacier
* Fimbul Ice Shelf
* Ford Ranges
* Framnes Mountains
* Gould Coast
* Graham Land
* Haines Mountains
* Hope Bay
* Ingrid Christensen Coast
* Kilby Island
* King Edward Point
* Koettlitz Glacier
* Lake Fryxell
* Lake Vanda
* Lake Vida
* Lambert Glacier
* Laurie Island
* Law Dome
* Law Islands
* Loubet Land
* Lyall Islands
* Mackenzie Bay
* Macquarie Island
* Marguerite Bay
* Mawson Coast
* Mawson Peninsula
* Mcmurdo Ice Shelf
* Mcmurdo Sound
* Mikkelsen Islands
* Millen Range
* Mount Adam
* Mount Albert Markham
* Mount Black Prince
* Mount Craddock
* Mount Dickerson
* Mount Kirkpatrick
* Mount Menzies
* Odbert Island
* Onyx River
* Operation Highjump
* Orcadas Base
* Palmer Archipelago
* Palmer Land
* Palmer Station
* Paulet Island
* Peterson Island
* Pidgeon Island
* Pine Island Glacier
* Point Alden
* Powell Island
* Prince Charles Mountains
* Prydz Bay
* Renaud Island
* Scotia Sea
* Shackleton Ice Shelf
* Shirley Island
* Skelton Glacier
* South Georgia
* Stancomb-Wills Glacier
* Staten Island
* Taylor Glacier
* Transantarctic Mountains
* Vanda Station
* Vestfold Hills
* Victoria Land
* Watkins Island
* Weddell Sea
* West Antarctica
* Wilkins Sound
* Windmill Islands
* Wright Valley
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