Martin Valley

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Martin Valley (54°17′S 36°21′W / 54.283°S 36.350°W / -54.283; -36.350Coordinates: 54°17′S 36°21′W / 54.283°S 36.350°W / -54.283; -36.350) is a valley trending northeast–southwest across the northern portion of Barff Peninsula, South Georgia, between Rookery Bay and Cumberland East Bay. The valley has been known locally as "Three Lakes Valley" a name duplicated by the Three Lakes Valley on Signy Island, so it was given a new name, applied by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1988, after Stephen J. Martin, British Antarctic Survey Station Commander at Grytviken, 1980–82.[1]


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