Difference between revisions of "Perry Range"

From Encyclopedia Westarctica
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "350px|thumb|Map showing the Perry Range (L) and the Demas Range (R) The '''Perry Range''' (75°0′S 134°12′W) is a narrow range of mountains...")
 
Line 4: Line 4:
 
==Discovery and name==
 
==Discovery and name==
 
The range was discovered and photographed by aircraft from the U.S. [[Antarctic]] Service in December 1940. The Perry Range was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Lieutenant CEC John E. Perry, U.S. Navy, who served as the Public Works Officer at [[McMurdo Station]] in 1968. He also commanded the Antarctic Construction Battalion Unit from January 1969 until it was decommissioned in May 1971, when he became project manager for the [[South Pole]] Station.
 
The range was discovered and photographed by aircraft from the U.S. [[Antarctic]] Service in December 1940. The Perry Range was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Lieutenant CEC John E. Perry, U.S. Navy, who served as the Public Works Officer at [[McMurdo Station]] in 1968. He also commanded the Antarctic Construction Battalion Unit from January 1969 until it was decommissioned in May 1971, when he became project manager for the [[South Pole]] Station.
 +
 +
==Notable features==
 +
* [[Mount Prince]]
 +
* Mount Soond
 +
* Bleclic Peaks
 +
* Schloredt Nunatak
  
 
[[Category: Mountains]]
 
[[Category: Mountains]]

Revision as of 17:57, 2 December 2019

Map showing the Perry Range (L) and the Demas Range (R)

The Perry Range (75°0′S 134°12′W) is a narrow range of mountains, 6 nautical miles (11 km) long, separating the lower ends of Venzke Glacier and Berry Glacier where they enter Getz Ice Shelf, on the coast of Westarctica.

Discovery and name

The range was discovered and photographed by aircraft from the U.S. Antarctic Service in December 1940. The Perry Range was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Lieutenant CEC John E. Perry, U.S. Navy, who served as the Public Works Officer at McMurdo Station in 1968. He also commanded the Antarctic Construction Battalion Unit from January 1969 until it was decommissioned in May 1971, when he became project manager for the South Pole Station.

Notable features