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Burgess Glacier

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Burgess Glacier (85°26′S 171°55′E) is a glacier, 7 nautical miles (13 km) long, flowing northwest through Otway Massif to enter Mill Stream Glacier. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Robert W. Burgess, a United States Antarctic Research Program ionospheric physicist at South Pole Station, 1963.
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Burgess Glacier

Glacier in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Burgess Glacier is a glacier, 7 nautical miles long, flowing northwest through Otway Massif to enter Mill Stream Glacier. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Robert W.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burgess_Glacier
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Gentle Glacier

Glacier in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Gentle Glacier is a small glacier lobe, to the east and immediately below Forecastle Summit, which drains south into deglaciated Barnacle Valley in the Convoy Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gentle_Glacier
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Pascoe Glacier

Glacier in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Pascoe Glacier is a cirque glacier, 1.5 nautical miles long, which flows into Greenville Valley from the north end of Staten Island Heights, in the Convoy Range, Victoria Land. The name was applied by geologist Christopher J.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascoe_Glacier
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Stanley Glacier

Glacier

  • Desc: The Stanley Glacier locality in British Columbia is an exposure of the "thin" Stephen formation exhibiting soft-tissue preservation.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Glacier
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Wapta Glacier

Glacier in Alberta, Canada

  • Desc: The Wapta ice fields are a series of glaciers popular with climbers on the border of Alberta and British Columbia in Yoho National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The Burgess shale animal Waptia takes its name from these features. Their meltwater feeds the nearby Wapta falls.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wapta_Glacier
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Matchless Mountain

Mountain in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Matchless Mountain is a mountain which rises to 1,140 metres on the south margin of Fry Glacier, at the juncture of Atka Glacier, in the Convoy Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. The name was suggested by New Zealand geologist Christopher J.
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Mount Spohn

Peak in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Mount Spohn is a prominent peak rising from Otway Massif, being the highest summit on the ridge bordering the west side of Burgess Glacier. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Harry R. Spohn, United States Antarctic Research Program meteorologist at South Pole Station, 1963.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Spohn
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Mount Petlock

Mountain in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Mount Petlock is the most prominent mountain in the northeast part of Otway Massif, surmounting the north end of the ridge which borders the east side of Burgess Glacier. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for James D.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Petlock
  • Type: Place, Thing, TouristAttraction
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Mount Shadbolt

Summit in the Antarctic

  • Desc: Mount Shadbolt is the highest summit in the north part of Convoy Range, Victoria Land, standing at the north side of the head of Towle Valley. Named by the 1976–77 Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, led by Christopher J. Burgess, after New Zealand author Maurice Shadbolt.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Shadbolt
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