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Schubert Inlet

Schubert Inlet is an ice-filled inlet, 14 nautical miles long and 5 nautical miles wide, indenting the west coast of Alexander Island lying between the Colbert north of the inlet and the Walton Mountains south of the inlet. Schubert Inlet receive ...

Mount Schumann

Mount Schumann is a mountain rising to about 600 m southwest of the head of Brahms Inlet on the Beethoven Peninsula and lies 2 mi northeast of Chopin Hill in the southwest portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The mountain was first mapped fro ...

Secret Lake

Secret Lake is a meltwater lake 2 nautical miles west of Ares Cliff, near the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The lake is situated in a north-west facing glacial cirque and is fed from an area of stagnant ice. It lies 100 m above the ...

Sedgwick Glacier

Sedgwick Glacier is a glacier on the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica, 7 nautical miles long and 2 nautical miles wide, which flows east from the foot of Mount Stephenson into George VI Sound immediately north of Mount Huckle. The glaci ...

Selene Nunatak

Selene Nunatak is a nunatak rising to about 1.200 m west of Lunar Crag, situated within the mountain range Planet Heights, in eastern Alexander Island, Antarctica. The nunatak was named in association with nearby Lunar Crag by the United Kingdom ...

Senouque Spurs

Senouque Spurs is a group of spurs rising to about 1.250 m and extending northwest from the Rouen Mountains to the Bongrain Ice Piedmont. Photographed from the air by the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition in 1947, roughly mapped from air photog ...

Serpent Nunatak

Serpent Nunatak is a nunatak which is seen in the shape of a reverse letter S, rising to about 750 m just west of Tufts Pass lying within the Nichols Snowfield, in the northern portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. It is situated 6.4 km northe ...

Sevier Nunatak

Sevier Nunatak is a nunatak lying southeast of Richter Peaks, rising to about 1.000 m at the south end of the Walton Mountains, situated in the central portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The nunatak was named by the Advisory Committee on An ...

Shaw Nunatak

Shaw Nunatak is a nunatak rising to 500 m in Nichols Snowfield, northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It is situated 5.3 km north-northeast of Rachenitsa Nunatak, 4.23 km east-southeast of Tipits Knoll and 7 km southeast of Mount Kliment Ohridsk ...

Shostakovich Peninsula

Shostakovich Peninsula is an ice-covered peninsula lying north of Stravinsky Inlet and extending into Bach Ice Shelf in southern Alexander Island, Antarctica. The peninsula was first mapped by Directorate of Overseas Surveys from satellite imager ...

Sibelius Glacier

Sibelius Glacier is a glacier, 12 miles long and 6 miles wide, flowing south into the Mozart Ice Piedmont 10 miles southwest of Mount Stephenson situated in the northern portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The glacier was first sighted from ...

Simon Peak (Antarctica)

Simon Peak is a mountain rising to about 1.000 m on the west side of the Havre Mountains, situated in the northwest portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The peak lies northeast of Umber Island, an island situated in Lazarev Bay off the west c ...

Skaidava Bay

Skaidava Bay is the 10.5 km wide bay indenting for 3.2 km the north coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica 25 km west of the islands northeast extremity Cape Arauco. It is surmounted on the south by Mount Bayonne, the north extremity of Rouen Moun ...

Mount Snell

Mount Snell is the southwesternmost and highest of the three peaks on Dorsey Island, an island merged within the Wilkins Ice Shelf, off the northwest coast of Alexander Island and situated near the entrance of Haydn Inlet, Antarctica. The peak ap ...

Snick Pass

Snick Pass is a narrow mountain pass lying between the Douglas Range and the LeMay Range, leading from Grotto Glacier to Purcell Snowfield in the central portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The feature was first mapped from air photos obtain ...

Sofia University Mountains

For Sofia University in USA, click here. Sofia University Mountains are a cluster of four small mountains, 21 kilometres long in the southwest-northeast direction and 12 kilometres wide, rising to ca. 1.500 metres in northern Alexander Island. Th ...

Spartan Glacier

Spartan Glacier is a short valley glacier lying between Callisto Cliffs and Tombaugh Cliffs on the east side of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The glacier was first mapped by the Overseas Surveys Directorate from satellite imagery supplied by U.S. ...

Mount Spivey

Mount Spivey is a flat-topped, mainly ice-covered mountain, rising to about 2.135 m, standing on the west side of Toynbee Glacier and 9 nautical miles south of Mount Nicholas, situated near the northern extremity of the Douglas Range of the north ...

St. Theodosius Nunatak

St. Theodosius Nunatak is the mostly ice-free ridge extending 1.9 km in northeast-southwest direction and 1 km wide, rising to 600 m on the west side of Havre Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It surmounts Lennon Glacier to the ...

Staccato Peaks

Staccato Peaks is a series of rock peaks extending 11 miles in a north-south direction, rising to about 940 m with Hageman Peak being the highest peak of the Staccato Peaks, rising from the snowfields 20 miles south of the Walton Mountains in the ...

Stellar Crests

Stellar Crests is a four prominent snow-covered peaks, rising to about 2.000 m, surmounting LeMay Range west of the north part of Planet Heights in central Alexander Island, Antarctica. The peaks were first mapped from air photos taken by the Ron ...

Mount Stephenson

Mount Stephenson a mountain in Antarctica. It is located within the central portion of the Douglas Range, standing at the heads of Toynbee Glacier and Sedgwick Glacier 8 miles west of George VI Sound, near the east coast of Alexander Island withi ...

Stephenson Nunatak

Stephenson Nunatak is a prominent, pyramid-shaped rock nunatak, rising to about 640 m, which rises 300 m above the surrounding ice at the northwest side of Kirwan Inlet in the southeast part of Alexander Island, Antarctica. Discovered and roughly ...

Stoltz Island

Stoltz Island is a small island off the northwest coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica, 7 nautical miles south of Cape Vostok and 1.09 mi southwest of Buneva Point. The island was photographed from the air by the U.S. Navy, 1966, and was plotted ...

Stravinsky Inlet

Stravinsky Inlet is an ice-covered inlet lying between Shostakovich Peninsula and Monteverdi Peninsula in southern Alexander Island, Antarctica. The inlet was first mapped by Directorate of Overseas Surveys from satellite imagery supplied by U.S. ...

Striation Valley

Striation Valley is a valley trending south-east towards George VI Sound, lying immediately north of Jupiter Glacier, near the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The valley was first surveyed by a field party from the Department of Geogr ...

Mount Strauss

Mount Strauss is a snow-covered mountain, rising to about 815 m, with a steep scarp on the south side, 6 nautical miles east-southeast of the head of Brahms Inlet in the southwest part of Alexander Island, Antarctica. A number of mountains in thi ...

Stryama Peak

Stryama Peak is the ice-covered peak rising to 1700 m on the west side of Rouen Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It surmounts Rosselin Glacier to the north-northwest. The peaks foothills were visited on 10 January 1988 by the g ...

Succession Cliffs

Succession Cliffs is a line of steep cliffs 1.5 nautical miles extending along the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica, facing east towards George VI Sound immediately south of the mouth of Pluto Glacier. The cliffs were probably first sig ...

Sullivan Glacier

Sullivan Glacier is a glacier flowing west into Gilbert Glacier, immediately south of Elgar Uplands in the north part of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The glacier was first sighted from a distance by the British Graham Land Expedition during a fl ...

Sutton Heights

Sutton Heights is an eminence rising to about 800 m lying between the Lassus Mountains and Debussy Heights, in the northern portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The area was photographed from the air by Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition in ...

Syrtis Hill

Syrtis Hill is a prominent snow-free conical terraced hill, rising to about 500 m, on the northwest corner of the Two Step Cliffs massif overlooking Viking Valley, in the southeast portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The hill is an important ...

Talaskara Ridge

Talaskara Ridge is the ice-covered ridge extending 7.5 km in southeast–northwest direction and 1.8 km wide, rising to 1800 m on the northwest side of Rouen Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It surmounts Bongrain Ice Piedmont to ...

Mount Tchaikovsky

Mount Tchaikovsky is a snow-covered mountain, rising to about 600 m, with scarps on the south and east sides, located in the north part of Derocher Peninsula, situated in the southwest portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. A number of mountain ...

Tegra Nunatak

Tegra Nunatak is the mostly ice-free rocky ridge extending 2.6 km in east-west direction and 700 m wide, rising to 1200 m at the west extremity of Elgar Uplands in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It surmounts Delius Glacier to the southeas ...

Tethys Nunataks

Tethys Nunataks is a minor group of about five snow-free nunataks, lying 2 nautical miles northeast of Stephenson Nunatak in the southeast corner of Alexander Island, Antarctica. Presumably first seen by Ronne and Eklund of the United States Anta ...

Themis Nunatak

Themis Nunatak is a very large, flat-topped nunatak lying 6 nautical miles west-southwest of Mount Umbriel in the southern portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The nunatak was first mapped from trimetrogon air photography taken by Ronne Antar ...

Thompson Hill

Thompson Hill is the mostly ice-covered ridge rising to 800 m in central Sofia University Mountains, northern Alexander Island in Antarctica. It surmounts Nichols Snowfield to the southeast and Poste Valley to the northeast. The vicinity was visi ...

Mount Tilley

Mount Tilley is a flat-topped, ice-capped mountain, rising to about 1.900 m, lying about 7 nautical miles south of Mount Tyrrell and 3 nautical miles inland from George VI Sound in the east part of Alexander Island, Antarctica. Despite its height ...

Tilt Rock

Tilt Rock is an isolated rock peak, rising to about 670 m, situated 2 nautical miles inland from the George VI Ice Shelf of George VI Sound and 2 nautical miles northeast of Block Mountain in eastern Alexander Island, Antarctica. This rock format ...

Tipits Knoll

Tipits Knoll is the mostly ice-covered ridge extending 800 m in north-south direction and 470 m wide, rising to 1000 m and forming the south extremity of Sofia University Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. The knoll surmounts Nic ...

Titan Nunatak

Titan Nunatak is a broad, rather flat-topped nunatak, rising to about 460 m, standing between Coal Nunatak and Tethys Nunataks in the southeast corner of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The nunatak was first sighted and photographed from the air by ...

Titania Peak

Titania Peak is a rock peak, rising to about 1.250 m, lying near the head of Uranus Glacier, 11 nautical miles west-northwest of Mount Umbriel, situated in the central portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica. First mapped from air photos taken by ...

Toadstool Rocks

Toadstool Rocks are a group of insular, ice-covered rocks that rise to about 250 cm above sea level in the southwest part of Marguerite Bay, east-southeast of Terminal Island, lying off the northeast coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The roc ...

Tombaugh Cliffs

Tombaugh Cliffs is a group of ice-free cliffs which stand at the north side of the mouth of Pluto Glacier and face towards the George VI Ice Shelf which occupies George VI Sound, on the east side of Alexander Island, Antarctica. Photographed from ...

Toynbee Glacier

Toynbee Glacier is a glacier situated in the northeast portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica, extending 17 nautical miles long and 5 nautical miles wide, lying between Mount Huckle, Mount Spivey and Mount Stephenson of the northern portion of t ...

Transition Glacier

Transition Glacier is a glacier extending along the east coast of Alexander Island, 8 nautical miles long and 2 nautical miles wide, which flows east into the George VI Ice Shelf that occupies George VI Sound along the north side of Block Mountai ...

Trench Glacier

Trench Glacier is a deeply entrenched glacier extending along the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica, 6 nautical miles long and 2 nautical miles wide, which flows east into the George VI Ice Shelf that occupies George VI Sound immediately ...

Triton Point

Triton Point is a rocky headland forming the east end of the high ridge separating Venus Glacier and Neptune Glacier on the east coast of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The coast in this vicinity was first seen from the air by Lincoln Ellsworth on ...

Tufts Pass

Tufts Pass is a pass extending in an east-west direction between the Rouen Mountains and the Elgar Uplands in the north part of Alexander Island, Antarctica. The mountain pass was probably first sighted from the air and roughly mapped by the Brit ...