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Campbell Terrace

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Campbell Terrace (77°40′39″S 162°28′50″E) is a relatively horizontal ice-free area on the south side of Matterhorn in the Asgard Range of Victoria Land. The terrace has a median elevation of 1050 m and is additionally bounded by the lower margins of Matterhorn Glacier, Lacroix Glacier, and the northern wall of Taylor Valley. It was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1998 after Iain Campbell, New Zealand Soil Bureau, whose Antarctic research from 1964 spanned over 30 years.

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Campbell Terrace Wikipedia


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