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Campbell Crag

Campbell Crag is a rock peak rising to 1.918 metres at the south end of Testa Ridge on the north slope of Mount Morning, Scott Coast. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Richard J. Campbell, fixed-wing Flight Operation ...

Campbell Glacier Tongue

Campbell Glacier Tongue is the seaward extension of Campbell Glacier into northern Terra Nova Bay, on the coast of Victoria Land. The name was suggested by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in association with Campbell Glacier.

Canoe Nunatak

Canoe Nunatak is a nunatak, 1 nautical mile long and 0.2 nautical miles wide, located 2.2 nautical miles east-southeast of Mount Blackwelder, in the Wilkniss Mountains of Victoria Land. The distinctive shape resembles an upturned canoe. It was na ...

Cape Canwe

Cape Canwe is a high rock bluff 3 miles north of Vegetation Island, forming the western extremity of the Northern Foothills, Victoria Land. It was first explored and named by the Northern Party of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13. The na ...

Capsize Glacier

Capsize Glacier is a tributary glacier in the Deep Freeze Range, draining the slopes between Mount Cavaney and Mount Levick and flowing northeast to enter the Campbell Glacier, in Victoria Land. It was so named by the Northern Party of the New Ze ...

Cargo Pond

Cargo Pond is a pond in a moraine enclosed basin at the foot of the cliffs to the south end of Alatna Valley, in the Convoy Range of Victoria Land. This frozen pond was the site of a 1960–61 United States Antarctic Research Program field party wh ...

Carnein Glacier

Carnein Glacier is a glacier draining the southeast corner of the Eisenhower Range, flowing south along the west side of McCarthy Ridge to merge with the lower Reeves Glacier at the Nansen Ice Sheet, in Victoria Land. It was mapped by the United ...

Cassini Glacier

Cassini Glacier is a steep glacier between Goat Mountain and Bonne Glacier, descending northwest from Hobbs Ridge into Blue Glacier, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. One of a group of names in the area associated with surveying applied in 1993 by th ...

Cat Nunatak

Cat Nunatak is a nunatak in Antarctica, midway between Vince Nunatak and Hogback Hill in the southern part of Wilson Piedmont Glacier, Victoria Land. It was so named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994, in recollection that ship’s cats ac ...

Catacomb Hill

Catacomb Hill is a prominent rock peak, 1.430 metres high, on the ridge that borders the east side of the head of Blue Glacier, in Victoria Land. The New Zealand Blue Glacier Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition established a surv ...

Catacomb Ridge

Catacomb Ridge is a north–south ridge, 1.280 metres high, to the south of Catacomb Hill in the western part of the Denton Hills, Scott Coast. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in association with Catacomb Hill.

Cathedral Rocks

The Cathedral Rocks are a series of four abrupt cliffs interspersed by short glaciers and surmounted by sharp peaks. The cliffs extend for 8 nautical miles along the south side of Ferrar Glacier and form part of the north shoulder of the Royal So ...

Mount Cavaney

Mount Cavaney is a peak, 2.820 metres high, rising just north of the head of Capsize Glacier in the Deep Freeze Range, Victoria Land. It was named by the Northern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, 1965–66, for R.J. ...

Central Aisle Ridge

Central Aisle Ridge is a north-south ridge immediately east of The Stage on the north side of lower Renegar Glacier, Scott Coast. The name is derived from the position of the ridge relative to West Aisle Ridge, East Aisle Ridge, and its proximity ...

Chain Moraines

The Chain Moraines are drifting moraines located 5 kilometres northwest of Skew Peak at the confluent flow of ice from Rim Glacier, Sprocket Glacier, and Mackay Glacier, including the moraines at the west side of Rim Glacier, in Victoria Land. Ap ...

Chain Nunataks

The Chain Nunataks are a linear series of nunataks to the west of Blue Glacier, running west-northwest–east-southeast for 3.5 nautical miles between Briggs Hill and Hannon Hill, in Victoria Land. The name is one of a group in the area associated ...

Chancellor Lakes

Chancellor Lakes are small twin lakes near the crest of the ridge north of the Walcott Glacier. They were named by the New Zealand University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition, 1960–61, in honor of the chancellor of that university.

Chancellor Ridge

Chancellor Ridge is a ridge in Antarctica, between Walcott Glacier and Howchin Glacier in the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in association with Chancellor Lakes near the east end of the ridge.

Charcot Cove

Charcot Cove is a re-entrant in the coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica, between Bruce Point and Cape Hickey. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, which named this feature for Dr. Jean-Baptiste Charcot, noted Ar ...

Mount Chaudoin

Mount Chaudoin is an abrupt mountain rising to about 1.400 metres in the west part of the Gonville and Caius Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. The mountain forms part of the divide between Bachtold Glacier and the head of Griffiths Glacier. He wa ...

Cheetham Ice Tongue

Cheetham Ice Tongue is a small ice tongue on the east coast of Victoria Land between Lamplugh Island and Whitmer Peninsula. It projects eastward into the Ross Sea. The tongue appears to be nourished in part by Davis Glacier and partly by ice drai ...

Mount Chetwynd

Mount Chetwynd is a mountain, over 1.400 metres high, immediately south of Mount Gauss in the Kirkwood Range of Victoria Land. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, and named for Sir Peter Chetwynd, a naval frie ...

Mount Chiang

Mount Chiang is a distinctive mountain, 2.900 metres high, having the appearance of a gablelike projection from the north part of Chaplains Tableland, Royal Society Range, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on An ...

Chinn Glacier

Chinn Glacier is a glacier 0.7 miles long on the south side of Mount Theseus in the Olympus Range, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. A hanging glacier, it terminates on the north wall of Wright Valley. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Bo ...

Cape Chocolate

Cape Chocolate is a small, dark cape forming the south side of Salmon Bay on the coast of Victoria Land. It is made up of morainic material from the west margin of the Koettlitz Glacier. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedit ...

Clare Range

Clare Range is the range extending west-southwest from Sperm Bluff to the Willett Range on the south side of Mackay Glacier, in Victoria Land. It was circumnavigated in 1957 by the New Zealand Northern Survey Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antar ...

Mount Cleary

Mount Cleary is a summit that overlooks Pa Tio Gap from the south. It rises over 1.400 metres at the northern extremity of Endeavour Massif in the Kirkwood Range. It was named after Peter Cleary, who has served with the Antarctic Division and Ant ...

Mount Cocks

Mount Cocks in Antarctica is a mountain at the head of the Koettlitz Glacier in southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. The summit, which is 2.438 metres ASL, is 20 kilometres NNE of the junction of the Cocks and Skelton Glaciers at the southern end ...

Mount Coleman (Antarctica)

Mount Coleman is a rounded mountain, 1.110 metres high, standing immediately east of Commonwealth Glacier at the head of New Harbour in Victoria Land. It was mapped by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, under Robert Falcon Scott, and name ...

Colleen Lake

Colleen Lake is a small meltwater lake between the lower parts of Joyce Glacier and Garwood Glacier in Victoria Land. It was first seen on the ground by U.S. geologist Troy L. Pewe on January 14, 1958. He gave it the name "Colleen" because the fe ...

Columnar Valley

Columnar Valley is a valley trending northwest between The Handle and Table Mountain in the northwest part of the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land. It was descriptively named by Alan Sherwood, New Zealand Geological Survey field party leader in ...

Colwell Massif

Colwell Massif is a rugged rock massif, about 4 nautical miles long, rising to 2.635 metres between Palais Glacier, Ferrar Glacier, and Rotunda Glacier, in Victoria Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 after Rit ...

Comberiate Glacier

Comberiate Glacier is a glacier flowing west from the Royal Society Range between Berry Spur and Utz Spur. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Michael A. Comberiate, who was instrumental in developing a system for sate ...

Commanda Glacier

Commanda Glacier is a steep glacier flowing eastward from Mount Newall to the south of Mount Ponder in the Asgard Range, Victoria Land. The glacier enters lower Newall Glacier westward of Sagittate Hill. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic ...

Condit Glacier

Condit Glacier is a glacier at the east side of Cathedral Rocks, flowing north into the Ferrar Glacier of Victoria Land. It was charted by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, under Robert Falcon Scott, and named by the Advisory Committee o ...

Cape Confusion

Cape Confusion is a rocky point which projects from the southwest part of the Northern Foothills, 4 nautical miles northwest of Cape Russell, on the coast of Victoria Land. It was visited by the Southern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey ...

Convoy Range

Convoy Range is a broad mountain range in Antarctica. Much of the range has a nearly flat plateau-like summit, extending south from the Fry Saddle and ending at Mackay Glacier. The range has steep cliffs on its east side, but it slopes gently int ...

Cooke Bluff

Cooke Bluff is a bold ice-covered bluff between Ruecroft Glacier and Rutgers Glacier, to the south of Rampart Ridge in Victoria Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 after William B. Cooke, United States Geologic ...

Copland Pass (Antarctica)

Copland Pass is a pass at about 1.600 metres over Frostbite Spine, the ridge between Hooker Glacier and Salient Glacier in the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land. It was named after Copland Pass in the New Zealand Southern Alps, by R.H. Findlay, ...

Coral Hill

Coral Hill is a peak in Antarctica, rising to about 850 metres 0.5 miles east of Auger Hill in the Keble Hills of the Scott Coast, Victoria Land. As its name, applied by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994 suggests, it consists of delicate r ...

Cape Cornely

Cape Cornely is a cape on the coast of Victoria Land 3 nautical miles north of Cape Day. The cape is marked by a rock exposure and is situated at the south side of the terminus of Mawson Glacier. It was mapped by the United States Geological Surv ...

Cotton Glacier

Cotton Glacier is a glacier about 10 nautical miles long on the south side of the Clare Range, flowing eastward between Sperm Bluff and Queer Mountain, in Victoria Land. It was discovered by the Western Geological Party, led by Thomas Griffith Ta ...

Couloir Cliffs

The Couloir Cliffs are granite cliffs, 3 nautical miles long and from 30 to 60 metres high, at the east side of Avalanche Bay in Granite Harbour, Victoria Land. They were named by the Granite Harbor Geological Party, led by Thomas Griffith Taylor ...

Cowie Nunatak

Cowie Nunatak is a bold bluff-type nunatak, 1.782 metres high, with a cliffed east face, located 5 nautical miles west of Detour Nunatak in the upper part of Mackay Glacier, Victoria Land. It was named after James Cowie of the Scott Base drilling ...

Crash Nunatak

Crash Nunatak is an isolated nunatak between Beta Peak and Mount Bowen in the Prince Albert Mountains, Victoria Land. It was named by the Southern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, 1962–63, because the nunatak lies ...

Craw Ridge

Craw Ridge is a prominent ridge that trends northeast from Mount Lister along the south side of Lister Glacier, in the Royal Society Range, Victoria Land. It was named by the New Zealand Antarctic Place-Names Committee after D. Craw, a member of ...

Creagh Glacier

Creagh Glacier is a glacier, 4 nautical miles long, flowing northeast from Creagh Icefall to the vicinity of Canoe Nunatak, Wilkniss Mountains, Victoria Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 after Father Gerry Cr ...

Creagh Icefall

Creagh Icefall is an icefall at the head of Creagh Glacier in the Wilkniss Mountains, Victoria Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 1994 in association with Creagh Glacier.

Mount Creak

Mount Creak is a sharp peak, 1.240 metres high, just north of Shoulder Mountain in the south end of the Kirkwood Range. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, which named this peak for Captain E.W. Creak, Directo ...

Mount Crummer

Mount Crummer is a massive, brown granite mountain, 895 metres high, immediately south of Backstairs Passage Glacier on the coast of Victoria Land. It was first charted and named by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907–09, under Ernest Shackleton.