Windscoop Bluff

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Windscoop Bluff (78°32′S 164°28′E / 78.533°S 164.467°E / -78.533; 164.467Coordinates: 78°32′S 164°28′E / 78.533°S 164.467°E / -78.533; 164.467) is a rock bluff east-northeast of Birthday Bluffs on the south side of Mason Spur, Hillary Coast, Ross Dependency. The bluff rises to about 1000 m and is marked at the base by a large windscoop. The name was suggested by geologist Anne C. Wright, Department of Geoscience, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, who examined the bluff in 1983-84.

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