Søråsen Ridge

Søråsen Ridge

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Søråsen Ridge is a broad, snow-covered ridge that separates the Quar and Ekström Ice shelves, on the coast of Queen Maud Land. The feature was first mapped and named Søråsen by the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-52.

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