The Heart of Gondwana

Extensive areas of Beacon strata crop-out near the head of Shackleton Glacier at the edge of the Polar Plateau. Here they are intruded by cliff-forming Ferrar dolerite, and bordered (in the left foreground) by a thick remnant of Cenozoic glacial deposits (the Sirius Group).

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