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Todd Hill

Todd Hill is a bluff type elevation which forms the south extremity of the Briggs Hill massif and the north point of entrance to Descent Pass, in Victoria Land. Named in 1992 by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Ronald L. Todd, cartogra ...

Toddy Pond

Toddy Pond is a pond in an enclosed basin on the rock flats 2 nautical miles northwest of Flagship Mountain, in Convoy Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. The name is in the nautical beverage theme similar to Rum Pond and Tot Pond in this range. Na ...

Tomovick Nunatak

Tomovick Nunatak is a nunatak along the southern side of the upper portion of Larsen Glacier, 9 nautical miles west of Mount Gerlache in Victoria Land. Mapped by United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1956-62. Name ...

Topside Glacier

Topside Glacier is a cirque glacier, 0.5 nautical miles long, descending the south wall of Elkhorn Ridge in Greenville Valley, Convoy Range, Victoria Land. The name is a nautical approximation of the situation of the glacier. Named by a 1989-90 N ...

Tot Pond

Tot Pond is the smaller and western of two closely spaced frozen ponds in the floor of Alatna Valley, filled by overflow from the larger adjacent Rum Pond, in the Convoy Range, Victoria Land. Named by a 1989-90 New Zealand Antarctic Research Prog ...

Towle Glacier

Towle Glacier is a glacier in the Convoy Range of Victoria Land, draining northeast between Eastwind and Elkhorn Ridges into the Fry Glacier. It was first mapped in 1957 by the New Zealand Northern Survey Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic ...

Towle Valley

Towle Valley is the deep valley formerly occupied by the head of Towle Glacier, lying immediately west of Towle Glacier in the Convoy Range of Victoria Land. Mapped in 1957 by the New Zealand Northern Survey Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarc ...

Transit Ridge

Transit Ridge is a ridge, 4 nautical miles long, extending east from Royal Society Range between Spring Glacier and Mitchell Glacier, in Victoria Land. The name is one of a group in the area associated with surveying applied in 1993 by New Zealan ...

Trinity Nunatak

Trinity Nunatak is a large nunatak in the stream of the Mawson Glacier, about 5 nautical miles north of the Convoy Range in Victoria Land. Mapped in 1957 by the New Zealand Northern Survey party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, whi ...

Trio Nunataks

Trio Nunataks is a three large nunataks standing at the south side of David Glacier, just west of the terminus of Hollingsworth Glacier, in Victoria Land. Named by the Southern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, 1962 ...

Tripp Bay

Tripp Bay is a bay along the coast of Victoria Land formed by a recession in the ice between the Oates Piedmont Glacier and Evans Piedmont Glacier. The bay was first charted by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907-09. The name appears to have b ...

Tripp Ice Tongue

Tripp Ice Tongue is an ice tongue that occupies the north half of Tripp Bay on the coast of Victoria Land. The feature is nurtured by several glaciers. It could be misleading to name this tongue in association with one of these partial sources. I ...

Tripp Island

Tripp Island is an island in the south part of Tripp Bay along the coast of Victoria Land. Discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition which named this feature for Leonard O.H. Tripp of Wellington, New Zealand, a friend and supporter of Ernest ...

Tuati Peak

Tuati Peak is a peak, 2.595 m, which rises above the north wall of Mitchell Glacier at the glacier head, in Royal Society Range, Victoria Land. Named in 1993 by New Zealand Geographic Board after Tuati, the Maori name of a sailor known as John St ...

Tuff Bluff

Tuff Bluff is a small though prominent light-colored bluff on the northern slopes of Brown Peninsula, Victoria Land. The bluff is significant geologically as a locality for trachytic tuff, from which the feature derives its name. Name applied by ...

Ugolini Peak

Ugolini Peak is a sharp rock peak, over 2.200 m, surmounting the central part of a large ice-free massif 6 miles south of Knobhead, at the south side of upper Ferrar Glacier in Victoria Land. Ugolini Ridge lies to its south east. Particularly was ...

University Peak (Antarctica)

University Peak is a peak at the head of University Valley, 4.0 kilometres south-southwest of West Beacon, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by United States Antarctic Program researchers Heinz Janetschek, biologist at McMurdo Station, 1 ...

University Valley

University Valley is a valley about 1 nautical mile long, lying next northeast of Farnell Valley in the Beacon Valley area of Victoria Land. Named in January 1962 by United States Antarctic Research Program researchers Heinz Janetschek and Fioren ...

Unwin Ledge

Unwin Ledge is a flat-topped ridge or tableland, located to the west of the Hothem Cliffs and 1 mi south of Mount Hall in the Asgard Range of Victoria Land, Antarctica. The upper surface of the feature is ice-covered and rises 400 m above the hea ...

Upper Jaw Glacier

Upper Jaw Glacier is an on a map, the combined shapes of the Upper and Lower Jaw Glaciers resemble a gaping mouth, an idea strengthened by the proximity of Shark Fin. This article incorporates public domain material from the Geological survey of ...

Utz Spur

Utz Spur is a ridge named after Loreen G. Utz, United States Geological Survey cartographer, a member of the satellite surveying team at South Pole Station, winter party 1983. This article incorporates public domain material from the document the ...

Vacchi Piedmont Glacier

Vacchi Piedmont Glacier is a piedmont glacier between Shield Nunatak and Oscar Point on the Scott Coast, in Victoria Land. The glacier terminates at Silverfish Bay. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 2006 after Marino Vacchi, a m ...

Varney Nunatak

Varney Nunatak is an ice-free nunatak at the south side of the mouth of Harbord Glacier in Victoria Land. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1957–62, and was named by the Advisory Committee ...

Vegetation Island

Vegetation Island is a narrow island lying 2 nautical miles north of Inexpressible Island and just west of the Northern Foothills, along the coast of Victoria Land. It was discovered by the Northern Party of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910 ...

Vereyken Glacier

Vereyken Glacier is a glacier in Victoria Land, Antarctica. Together with the Morning Glacier, it drains the northeast slopes of Mount Morning. Vereyken Glacier flows north between Riviera Ridge and Hurricane Ridge into Koettlitz Glacier. It was ...

Vernier Valley

Vernier Valley is an ice-free valley on the east side of Mount Blackwelder in the northeast part of Wilkniss Mountains, Victoria Land. The name is one of a group in the area associated with surveying applied in 1993 by New Zealand Geographic Boar ...

Vince Nunatak

Vince Nunatak is a nunatak of Antarctica. This article incorporates public domain material from the Geological survey of the United States document "Vince nunatak" content from the geographic names information system.

Waddington Glacier

Waddington Glacier is a tributary glacier, 3 nautical miles long, flowing west-northwest along the south side of Ugolini Peak, Colwell Massif, to enter Palais Glacier, Victoria Land. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 after Ed ...

Waikato Spur

Waikato Spur is a spur in Antarctica, named after the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, in association with several nearby features that are named for American colleges and universities. This article incorporates public domain materia ...

Walcott Bay

Walcott Bay is a bay indenting the coast of Victoria Land between Walcott Glacier and Heald Island. It was named by the British Antarctic Expedition in association with Walcott Glacier. This article incorporates public domain material from the Ge ...

Walcott Glacier

Walcott Glacier is a glacier between Radian and Howchin Glaciers, descending eastward from the Royal Society Range toward Walcott Bay. Named by Taylor of the British Antarctic Expedition, presumably for Charles D. Walcott, Director of the U.S. Ge ...

Walcott Lake

Walcott Lake is one of several lakes in the Alph River system on the Scott Coast of Antarctica. It is located 1.3 mi east of the snout of the Walcott Glacier. Walcott South Stream flows from the glacier into the lake. The lake was named by the Ne ...

Walcott Lake (Antarctica)

Walcott Lake is one of several lakes in the Alph River system, this one located 1.3 nautical miles east of the snout of Walcott Glacier on the Scott Coast. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994 in association with Walcott Glacier.

Walcott North Stream

Walcott North Stream is an ice stream flowing from the northern side of Walcott Glacier into Walcott Lake. It is named in association with Walcott Glacier.

Walker Rocks

Walker Rocks is a group of high rocks, about 3 nautical miles in extent, lying 3 nautical miles southwest of Mount Murray near the mouth of Mawson Glacier in Victoria Land. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1964 for Carson B. Walk ...

Ward Glacier

Ward Glacier is a small glacier between Terminus Mountain and Howchin Glacier on the east side of the Royal Society Range in Victoria Land. Named by Taylor of the British Antarctic Expedition for L. Ward, a Tasmanian geologist. This article incor ...

Ward Lake (Antarctica)

Ward Lake is a small lake, formed at the snout of the Ward Glacier, on the east side of the Royal Society Range in Victoria Land. Named by the Terra Nova Expedition after Ward Glacier.

Ward Valley

Ward Valley is an ice-free valley that lies between Porter Hills and Xanadu Hills and east of the snout of Ward Glacier in the Denton Hills, Scott Coast, Antarctica. Named by US-ACAN in association with Ward Glacier and Ward Lake. This article in ...

Cape Washington

Cape Washington is a prominent cape, 275 m, marking the south extremity of the cove which separates Wood Bay and Terra Nova Bay, in Victoria Land. It separates the Borchgrevink Coast to the north from the Scott Coast to the south. Discovered in 1 ...

Wasson Rock

Wasson Rock is a prominent, mainly ice-free rock situated along the north wall near the head of Priestley Glacier, Victoria Land. Mapped by United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960-64. Named by Advisory Committe ...

Webb Icefall

Webb Icefall is an icefall just south of Vishniac Peak that descends from Willett Range and nourishes the western tributary at the head of Webb Glacier, in Victoria Land. Named by American geologist Parker E. Calkin in association with Webb Glaci ...

Weidner Ridge

Weidner Ridge is a ridge named after George A. Weidner, Dept. of Meteorology, University of Wisconsin, along with Charles R. Stearns, Weidner developed the use of automatic weather stations in Antarctica for ten seasons, 1982-92. This article inc ...

Mount Weller (Victoria Land)

Mount Weller is a peak rising above the west side of Beacon Valley, 4 nautical miles southwest of Pyramid Mountain, in Quartermain Mountains, Victoria Land. The name appears to be first used on a 1961 New Zealand Lands and Survey Department map c ...

West Aisle Ridge

West Aisle Ridge in Antarctica is a named from the position of the ridge in a group of three ridges in relation to The Stage. This article incorporates public domain material from the Geological survey of the United States document the "Western p ...

West Beacon

West Beacon is the prominent western peak, rising to 2.345 m in Beacon Heights, in the Quartermain Mountains, Victoria Land. The name "Beacon Height West" was first used by the Discovery expedition. The name was shortened by the New Zealand Geolo ...

Mount Weyant

Mount Weyant is a prominent ice-free summit, 1.930 m, between Loftus and Newall Glaciers in Victoria Land. Named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1964 for William S. Weyant, meteorologist in charge with the winter party at Little A ...

Mount Whitcombe

Mount Whitcombe is a large mountain, 1.425 m, standing just north of Mount Perseverance and west of Mount Arrowsmith at the west side of Evans Piedmont Glacier in Victoria Land. Mapped in 1957 by the New Zealand Northern Survey Party of the Commo ...

Widowmaker Pass

Widowmaker Pass is a heavily crevassed and therefore dangerous pass leading from Larsen Glacier to Reeves Glacier, between Mount Janetschek and Mount Gerlache in Victoria Land. Given this expressive name by the New Zealand Geological Survey Antar ...

Wilkniss Mountains

Wilkniss Mountains is a prominent group of conical mountains, 10 miles long running north–south, located 9 miles east-southeast of Mount Feather, Quartermain Mountains, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. The mountains are 3 miles wide in the north por ...

Willett Range

Willett Range is the range extending north from Mistake Peak and running for 20 nautical miles as a high shelf along the edge of the continental ice to the Mackay Glacier, in Victoria Land. The range is breached by several glaciers flowing east f ...