Macdonald Bluffs

The Macdonald Bluffs (83°15′S 157°50′E / 83.250°S 157.833°E / -83.250; 157.833Coordinates: 83°15′S 157°50′E / 83.250°S 157.833°E / -83.250; 157.833) are prominent east-facing bluffs between Argosy Glacier and Argo Glacier in the Miller Range of Antarctica, descending to Marsh Glacier. The feature was mapped by the New Zealand Southern Party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1956–58) and named for W.J.P. Macdonald, an International Geophysical Year scientist at Scott Base in 1957.[1]

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  1. ^ "Macdonald Bluffs". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-07-15.

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