Scaife Mountains

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Scaife Mountains is located in Antarctica
Scaife Mountains
Scaife Mountains
Scaife Mountains in Antarctica

The Scaife Mountains (75°06′S 065°08′W / 75.100°S 65.133°W / -75.100; -65.133) is a group of mountains rising west of Prehn Peninsula and between the Ketchum and Ueda glaciers, in Palmer Land, at the base of Antarctic Peninsula.[1]

Discovered by the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition (RARE) under Finn Ronne, 1947-48, who named these mountains for Alan M. Scaife of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a contributor to the expedition.[1]

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