Geology of Antarctica

Into the future

The snout of Taylor Glacier, which drains part of the Polar Plateau and terminates in the Victoria Land Dry Valleys. The cliff-like nature suggests a stable or advancing snout. The glacier terminates in the saline Lake Bonney. Note the small hanging glacier with rejuvenated glacier below in the background.

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