Rahul Sharma

Grivitsa Ridge

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Grivitsa Ridge

Grivitsa Ridge (Bulgarian: Гривишки хребет, ‘Grivishki Hrebet’ \'gri-vish-ki 'hre-bet) is the mostly ice-free ridge extending 6.4 km in northwest-southeast direction, 3 km wide and rising to 1100 m (Batkun Peak) on Nordenskjöld Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is bounded by Darvari Glacier to the north and Zaychar Glacier to the south, and linked to Detroit Plateau to the northwest.

Contents

The ridge is named after the settlement of Grivitsa in Northern Bulgaria.

Location

Grivitsa Ridge is centred at 64°30′16″S 60°19′38″W. British mapping in 1978.

Map

  • British Antarctic Territory. Scale 1:200000 topographic map. DOS 610 Series, Sheet W 64 60. Directorate of Overseas Surveys, UK, 1978.
  • Antarctic Digital Database (ADD). Scale 1:250000 topographic map of Antarctica. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR). Since 1993, regularly upgraded and updated.
  • References

    Grivitsa Ridge Wikipedia


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