Aerial view of Mount Moulton from the south
|Elevation||3,078 m (10,098 ft)|
|Location||Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica|
|Parent range||Flood Range|
|Mountain type||Shield volcano (extinct)|
Discovered on aerial flights by the United States Antarctic Service in 1940, and named for Richard S. Moulton, chief dog driver at West Base and a member of the survey party which sledged to the western end of the Flood Range in December 1940.
On the northern slopes of Mount Moulton, there are steep icefalls, called the Moulton Icefalls.
The Prahl Crags are located on the southern slopes of Mount Moulton.
- LeMasurier, W. E.; Thomson, J. W., eds. (1990). Volcanoes of the Antarctic Plate and Southern Oceans. American Geophysical Union. ISBN 0-87590-172-7.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Moulton
- "Skiing the Pacific Ring of Fire and Beyond". Amar Andalkar's Ski Mountaineering and Climbing Site. 2007 . Retrieved 2005-01-14.
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