Anne Hill

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Anne Hill (78°14′S 162°43′E / 78.233°S 162.717°E / -78.233; 162.717Coordinates: 78°14′S 162°43′E / 78.233°S 162.717°E / -78.233; 162.717) is the most prominent hill on Radian Ridge in the Royal Society Range of Victoria Land. It rises to 2,079 metres (6,820 ft) at the east side of Lava Tongue Pass. It was named after Anne C. Wright (later Anne Wright-Grassham), a geologist with, firstly, the New Zealand Geological Survey field party in this area, 1977–78, then with United States Antarctic Research Program field parties, 1982–83, 1983–84, and 1985–86 seasons, with work at Ross Island, Minna Bluff, Mount Discovery, Mount Morning, and Mason Spur.

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