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Frame Ridge

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Frame Ridge (78°5′S 165°26′E) is a small straight ridge in the central part of Brown Peninsula, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It is located just north of the small, central lake on the peninsula and extends northward down to Tuff Bluff. It was named by the New Zealand Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Alexander Oswald Frame, a paleontology technician with the New Zealand Geological Survey and Victoria University of Wellington who discovered the ridge on an expedition to the area, 1964–65.

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