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Lookout Nunatak

Lookout Nunatak is a nunatak lying 6.5 nautical miles southeast of Monte Cassino in the Freyberg Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica. The nunatak is in the middle of an icefall overlooking Gallipoli Heights to the southwest. It was so named by ...

                                               

Mount Lorius

Mount Lorius is a mountain, 1.690 metres high, standing 2.5 nautical miles north of Mount Allison, in the Monument Nunataks of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Antarctic Research Program Victoria Land Traverse Party, 1959–60, and wa ...

                                               

Lovejoy Glacier

Lovejoy Glacier is a broad glacier descending eastward through the Usarp Mountains of Antarctica between Anderson Pyramid and the Sample Nunataks. In its lower course, the glacier runs side by side with the larger Harlin Glacier to the south with ...

                                               

Low Nunatak

Low Nunatak is a nunatak in the Cotton Glacier, 2 nautical miles north of the western end of Killer Ridge, in the Gonville and Caius Range of Victoria Land. About 1 nautical mile long, the nunatak rises 50 metres above the surrounding ice surface ...

                                               

Mount Lowman

Mount Lowman is a mountain, 1.610 metres high, on the east-central slopes of Pomerantz Tableland, 2 nautical miles southeast of Rinehart Peak, in the Usarp Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys ...

                                               

Ludvig Glacier

Ludvig Glacier is a tributary glacier draining north between Arthurson Bluff and Mount Gale to join Kirkby Glacier near the coast of northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions for Lu ...

                                               

Mount Lugering

Mount Lugering is a mountain nearly 2.000 metres high on the west side of the Lanterman Range, in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica. It marks the north side of the terminus of Hunter Glacier where it joins Rennick Glacier. The mountain was mappe ...

                                               

Lugger Glacier

Lugger Glacier is a broad glacier, 3.6 nautical miles long, which occupies the upland northward of Mount Bergen and Mount Gran in the Convoy Range, and flows north to the head of Alatna Valley. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board aro ...

                                               

Lunik Point

Lunik Point is an ice-covered coastal point, lying 3 nautical miles northeast of Mount Dergach on the west side of Ob Bay, Antarctica. It was photographed and plotted by the Soviet Antarctic Expedition, 1958, and named after "Lunik", the first So ...

                                               

Lyall Islands

Lyall Islands is a group of four islands, Unger, Surgeon, Novosad and Hughes, lying just outside the entrance to Yule Bay, Victoria Land. Discovered by Capt. James Clark Ross, 1841, who named the group for David Lyall, MD, RN, FLS, Asst. Surgeon ...

                                               

Mount McCallum

Mount McCallum is a peak rising to about 2.200 metres immediately northwest of the 2.590-metre Mount Marwick, in the Explorers Range of the Bowers Mountains in Antarctica. Following a proposal by M.G. Laird, leader of a New Zealand Antarctic Rese ...

                                               

McCann Glacier

McCann Glacier is a tributary glacier which drains the east slopes of Mount Stirling in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica, and flows east between Mount Radspinner and Markinsenis Peak into Lillie Glacier. It was mapped by the United States Geolo ...

                                               

Mount McCarthy (Victoria Land)

Mount McCarthy is a peak, 2.865 metres high, standing 1 nautical mile northwest of Schofield Peak, in the Barker Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Federated Mountain Clubs Antarctic Expedition, 1962–63, after Morti ...

                                               

McElroy Glacier

McElroy Glacier is a tributary glacier just west of Matthews Ridge on Tapsell Foreland, Victoria Land, Antarctica, draining south to join Barnett Glacier. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, ...

                                               

Mount McKenny

Mount McKenny is a mountain rising to 1.890 metres at the south end of the Daniels Range, 4 nautical miles southeast of Mount Toogood, in the Usarp Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S ...

                                               

McKenzie Nunatak

McKenzie Nunatak is a very prominent nunatak which rises to 1.620 metres between McLin Glacier and Graveson Glacier, in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by United States Geological Survey from ground surveys and U.S. Navy air pho ...

                                               

MacKinnon Glacier

The MacKinnon Glacier is a glacier flowing northward along the west side of Reilly Ridge into Sledgers Glacier in the Lanterman Range of the Bowers Mountains, Antarctica. It was named in 1983 by the New Zealand Antarctic Place-Names Committee aft ...

                                               

McLean Glacier

McLean Glacier is a tributary glacier located north of Mount Hemphill in the southwest part of the Anare Mountains, Antarctica, draining west and entering the lower part of Ebbe Glacier just south of Beaman Glacier. It was named by the Advisory C ...

                                               

McLin Glacier

McLin Glacier is a tributary glacier which flows north of McKenzie Nunatak into Graveson Glacier, in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica. The glacier saddles with Carryer Glacier on the west and is nourished in part by Edlin Neve. It was named by ...

                                               

McMahon Glacier

McMahon Glacier is a glacier about 18 nautical miles long in the Anare Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It drains north between the Buskirk Bluffs and Gregory Bluffs into Nielsen Fjord. The glacier was named by the Antarctic Names Committe ...

                                               

Mount Mannering

Mount Mannering is a mountain 4 nautical miles south-southeast of Toilers Mountain in the King Range, Concord Mountains, Antarctica. It was named by the northern party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, 1963–64, for Guy Ma ...

                                               

Marchetti Glacier

Marchetti Glacier is a glacier flowing from the north slope of Mount Mahony, in the Saint Johns Range of Victoria Land, into Cotton Glacier. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 2007 after Peter Anthony Marchetti, who made ...

                                               

Marin Glacier

Marin Glacier is a glacier just west of Cape Hickey, flowing southeast into Charcot Cove on the coast of Victoria Land. The glacier was mapped by the U.S. Geological Survey from ground surveys and Navy air photos and named by the Advisory Committ ...

                                               

Markinsenis Peak

Markinsenis Peak is a peak, 1.790 metres high, on the south side of McCann Glacier at its junction with Lillie Glacier, in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air pho ...

                                               

Mount Marwick

Mount Marwick is a high peak in the Explorers Range of the Bowers Mountains, Antarctica. It rises to 2.590 metres at the head of Morley Glacier, 2.5 nautical miles west of Mount Sturm. The mountain was named by the New Zealand Antarctic Place-Nam ...

                                               

Mount Masley

Mount Masley is a prominent flat-topped summit, 2.605 metres high, in the narrow, northern part of Pain Mesa, situated 11 nautical miles east of Silva Ridge in the Mesa Range, Antarctica. It was mapped by United States Geological Survey from surv ...

                                               

Mount Massell

Mount Massell is a mountain, 1.880 metres high, standing 6 nautical miles southeast of Mount Jackman, in the Freyberg Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–64, an ...

                                               

Massey Glacier

Massey Glacier is a tributary glacier, 6 nautical miles long, draining the west slopes of Meier Peak in the Admiralty Mountains of Antarctica. It flows west along the south side of Wylie Ridge to join Man-o-War Glacier. Massey Glacier was mapped ...

                                               

Matthews Ridge

Matthews Ridge is a high, mostly snow-covered ridge, 6 nautical miles long, on the south side of Tapsell Foreland, Victoria Land, Antarctica. The ridge forms the east wall of McElroy Glacier and terminates to the south at Barnett Glacier. It was ...

                                               

Mount Matthias

Mount Matthias is a mountain rising to 1.610 metres 2 nautical miles east-northeast of Mount Dockery in the Everett Range of the Concord Mountains, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air ph ...

                                               

McCain Bluff

McCain Bluff is a bold rock bluff at the north side of the mouth of Svendsen Glacier, in the Usarp Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–62, and was named by the ...

                                               

Meares Cliff

Meares Cliff is an angular coastal cliff that rises to 600 metres, located 5.5 nautical miles west-northwest of Nelson Cliff along the north coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was first charted by the Northern Party, led by Victor Campbell, o ...

                                               

Mello Nunatak

Mello Nunatak is an isolated nunatak standing 7 nautical miles east of Mount Staley in the Freyberg Mountains of Antarctica, in the northeastern part of Evans Neve. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy a ...

                                               

Mesa Range

The Mesa Range is a range of flat-topped mesas comprising the Sheehan, Pain, Tobin and Gair Mesas, situated at the head of the Rennick Glacier in Victoria Land, Antarctica. it was given this descriptive name by the northern party of the New Zeala ...

                                               

Metcalf Spur

Metcalf Spur is a rock spur, 1.5 nautical miles long, which extends from Shapeless Mountain northwest to Pākira Nunatak on the plateau of the Willett Range of Victoria Land. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 2005 after ...

                                               

Mick Peak

Mick Peak is a peak rising to c. 1500 meters 1.5 nautical miles west-northwest of Mount James in the Helicopter Mountains of the Saint Johns Range. Named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names in 2007 after Robert Franz Mick, helicopter mec ...

                                               

Miller Butte

Miller Butte is a large rock butte located 2 nautical miles southeast of Roberts Butte in the Outback Nunataks of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1959–64, and was named by th ...

                                               

Miller Peak (Explorers Range)

Miller Peak is a peak, 2.420 metres high, located 2 nautical miles south of Mount Ford in the Explorers Range of the Bowers Mountains, Antarctica. It was explored by the northern party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition of ...

                                               

Milles Nunatak

Milles Nunatak is a nunatak lying 3 nautical miles northeast of Howell Peak on the north end of the Daniels Range, in the Usarp Mountains of Victoria Land in West Antarctica. It has an elevation of approximately 5.250 feet above mean sea level an ...

                                               

Mills Valley (Victoria Land, Antarctica)

Mills Valley is an ice-filled valley indenting the east side of Pain Mesa between Biretta Peak and the Diversion Hills, in the Mesa Range, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy ...

                                               

Minaret Nunatak

Minaret Nunatak is a minaret-like nunatak, 2.115 metres high, standing 1 nautical mile west of Burkett Nunatak, in the Monument Nunataks of Antarctica, and 4 nautical miles south of Mount VX-6. It was named by the Northern Party of the New Zealan ...

                                               

Mirabito Range

Mirabito Range is a narrow, northwest-trending mountain range, 64 km long and 6 km wide, standing between the upper part of Lillie Glacier and the Greenwell Glacier in northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. The range is part of the Concord Mountains ...

                                               

Missen Ridge

Missen Ridge is a long, ice-covered ridge situated south of Davis Ice Piedmont and extending along the peninsula of which Cape Hooker is the northeast point, on the north coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named by the Australian National ...

                                               

Moawhango Neve

Moawhango Neve is a small neve between Mount Camelot and Monte Cassino, in the Freyberg Mountains of Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition of 1967–68 in association with a locality of the same name in ...

                                               

Molar Massif

Molar Massif is a large mountain massif immediately east of the Lanterman Range in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from ground surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–64. The descriptive nam ...

                                               

Molnia Bluff

Molnia Bluff is a steep bluff rising to 1.750 metres and extending west to east for 1 nautical mile at the southeast end of Parker Mesa in the Clare Range of Victoria Land. The elevation drops to 1.350 metres at the foot of the bluff. It was name ...

                                               

Montigny Glacier

Montigny Glacier is a steep tributary glacier in the Bowers Mountains of Antarctica, flowing eastward and at the terminus coalescing with Irwin Glacier, with which it enters the larger Graveson Glacier. Montigny Glacier was mapped by the United S ...

                                               

Monument Nunataks

The Monument Nunataks are a group of nunataks in Antarctica that have numerous pinnacles and odd-shaped projections resembling monuments, situated north of Sculpture Mountain in the upper part of Rennick Glacier. The group was named by the Northe ...

                                               

Moore Ridge

Moore Ridge is the northernmost ridge of the Caudal Hills in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–64, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Name ...

                                               

Cape Moore

Cape Moore is a cape at the east end of Tapsell Foreland which forms the north side of the entrance to Smith Inlet, on the north coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was discovered in 1841 by Captain James C. Ross, who named it for Thomas E.L. ...

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