Antarctic Regional Maps
Smaller area maps of Antarctica with photographs
Antarctica is an entire continent and while its landscapes tend to be on the theme of rocks, snow and ice, there is a variety of forms and local geography that are not often seen or known. Here are a few places about the continent in a little more detail.
Geography - map skills
Follow the text links to go to a page on that map with photos.
Liv and Shackleton Glaciers, Transantarctic Mountains - go to page
Alexandra Mountains, coastal region - go to page
The Cloudmaker, Beardmore Glacier - go to page
Source of the Maps
Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. Originally published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation.
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Disclaimer - Information in the Antarctic Digital Database has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable but its accuracy and completeness, and the validity of the opinions based thereon, are not guaranteed. As every effort has been made to provide accurate information in this database, SCAR would appreciate it if users could indicate in writing any errors that may be noticed. SCAR is not inviting reliance on these data, and the user should always check original published data. The information in this database is subject to change. Questions about the data should be addressed to Adrian Fox