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Clarkson Peak

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Elevation  2,825 m

Clarkson Peak (83°19′S 164°34′E) is a prominent conical peak, 2,825 metres (9,270 ft) high, at the head of Robb Glacier, on the spur running west from Mount Miller. It was sighted in January 1958 by the New Zealand Southern Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1956–58), and named for Mr. T.R. Clarkson, a member of the Ross Sea Committee.

Map of Clarkson Peak, Antarctica

References

Clarkson Peak Wikipedia


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