Dubris Valley

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Dubris Valley (80°0′S 155°28′E / 80.000°S 155.467°E / -80.000; 155.467Coordinates: 80°0′S 155°28′E / 80.000°S 155.467°E / -80.000; 155.467) is a narrow ice-free valley just east of Danum Platform in the northern Britannia Range. It was named in association with Britannia by a University of Waikato geological party, 1978–79, led by M.J. Selby. Dubris is a historical name used in Roman Britain for a stream at Dover.[1]

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 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Dubris Valley" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).