Tinsel Dome ( Coordinates: ) is a small ice-covered hill, 700 m, standing between Aureole Hills and Bone Bay on Trinity Peninsula. Charted in 1948 by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) who gave this descriptive name.
James Ross Island is a large island off the southeast side and near the northeastern extremity of the Antarctic Peninsula, from which it is separated by Prince Gustav Channel. Rising to 1,630 metres (5,350 ft), it is irregularly shaped and extends 64 km in a north–south direction. It was charted in October 1903 by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Otto Nordenskiöld, who named it for Sir James Clark Ross, the leader of a British expedition to this area in 1842 that discovered and roughly charted a number of points along the eastern side of the island. The style, "James" Ross Island is used to avoid confusion with the more widely known Ross Island in McMurdo Sound.
Young Point is a rocky point 3 miles south of Cape Roquemaurel at the east side of Bone Bay, on the west coast of Trinity Peninsula. Charted by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) in 1948 and named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) for Dr. Adam Young, surgeon on the brig Williams which made explorations in the South Shetland Islands and Bransfield Strait in 1820.
Sabine Glacier is a 13.5 km long glacier on the north side of Detroit Plateau, flowing from Mount Bris and Tsarevets Buttress northwards along the east slopes of Korten Ridge, and terminating at the sea in Jordanoff Bay on Davis Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. Captain Henry Foster gave the name "Cape Sabine" in 1829 to a feature lying southeast of Cape Kater but it has not been possible to identify that cape. This toponym preserves the early use of Sabine in this area. Sir Edward Sabine (1788-1883), English astronomer and geodesist, was a member of the committee which planned the 1829 voyage of Foster in the Chanticleer.
Aitkenhead Glacier is a 10-mile (16 km) long glacier flowing east-southeast from the Detroit Plateau, Graham Land, into Prince Gustav Channel. It was mapped from surveys by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) (1960–61), and named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Neil Aitkenhead, a FIDS geologist at Hope Bay (1959–60).
Raduil Point is a point forming the northwest extremity of Astrolabe Island in Bransfield Strait off Trinity Peninsula, Antarctica.
Mount Schuyler is the peak rising to 1435 m off the northeast extremity of Detroit Plateau in Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula. Surmounting Russell West Glacier to the north and Victory Glacier to the southeast. Part of the glacial divide between Bransfield Strait and Prince Gustav Channel.
Malorad Glacier is the 14 km long and 10.5 km wide glacier on Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula. Situated north of Russell West Glacier, and bounded by Marescot Ridge to the northeast, Louis-Philippe Plateau to the southeast, Srednogorie Heights to the south and Hanson Hill to the southwest. Draining northwestwards to enter Bransfield Strait east of Cape Roquemaurel and west of Thanaron Point.
Ledenika Peak is the peak rising to 1020 m in Srednogorie Heights on Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula. Situated 2.68 km southwest of Razvigor Peak, 6 km southeast of Hanson Hill, 6.66 km east of Wimple Dome and 10.89 km north-northwest of Sirius Knoll. Surmounting Malorad Glacier to the north and Russell West Glacier to the south.
Whitecloud Glacier is a glacier which flows northward between Klokotnitsa Ridge on the east and Tsarevets Buttress on the west to discharge into Charcot Bay just west of Almond Point, Trinity Peninsula. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) in 1960. The name is descriptive of cloud conditions that prevailed at the time of Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) survey of the area in 1948.
Tufft Nunatak is a small nunatak 3 nautical miles (6 km) southwest of Mount Bradley and 4.6 km south of Senokos Nunatak, Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) for Roger Tufft of the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS), a member of the reconnaissance party for the Detroit Plateau journey in February 1957.
Pettus Glacier is a narrow deeply entrenched glacier 9 nautical miles (17 km) long, which flows north from Ebony Wall into Gavin Ice Piedmont between Poynter Hill and Tinsel Dome, Trinity Peninsula. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) for Robert N. Pettus, aircraft pilot with Falkland Islands and Dependencies Aerial Survey Expedition (FIDASE), 1956–57.
Ebony Wall is a dark, nearly vertical rock wall in Antarctica, which rises about 400 metres (1,300 ft) at the head of Pettus Glacier. The wall is about 2 nautical miles (4 km) long and forms a part of the western escarpment of Detroit Plateau near the base of Trinity Peninsula. It was charted in 1948 by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey who applied the descriptive name.
Cape Kjellman is a cape forming the west extremity of Belitsa Peninsula and marking the east side of the entrance to Charcot Bay, on the west side of Trinity Peninsula, Antarctica. It was first charted by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, under Otto Nordenskiöld, and named by him, probably for Professor Frans Reinhold Kjellman, a Swedish botanist.
Sotomayor Island is an island lying just south of the entrance to Unwin Cove, Trinity Peninsula. Named by the Chilean Antarctic Expedition of 1950-51 for Second Lieutenant Victor Sotomayor L., cargo officer of the ship Lientur during the expedition.
Russell East Glacier is a glacier, 6 nautical miles (11 km) long and 3 nautical miles (6 km) wide, which lies at the north end of Detroit Plateau and flows from Mount Canicula and Verdikal Gap along the south slopes of Erul Heights eastward into Smokinya Cove in Prince Gustav Channel on the south side of Trinity Peninsula. This glacier together with Russell West Glacier, which flows westward into Bone Bay on the north side of Trinity Peninsula, form a through glacier across the north part of Antarctic Peninsula. It was first surveyed in 1946 by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS). Named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) for V.I. Russell, surveyor and leader of the FIDS base at Hope Bay in 1946.
Lambuh Knoll is the ice-covered hill rising to over 900 m at the north entrance to Trajan Gate between Louis-Philippe Plateau and Srednogorie Heights on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is surmounting Malorad Glacier to the northwest.
Zanoge Hill is the ice-covered hill rising to 710 m and forming the northwest extremity of Srednogorie Heights on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is surmounting Malorad Glacier to the east and north.
Zlatolist Hill is the ice-covered hill rising to 956 m in the north foothills of Detroit Plateau on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is surmounting Russell West Glacier to the north.
Kokiche Col is the ice-covered col of elevation over 800 m extending 650 m on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica, which is linking Aureole Hills to the northwest to Detroit Plateau to the southeast.
Church Point is a point 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) west of Camp Hill and 1.5 nautical miles east of Chapel Hill on the south coast of Trinity Peninsula. The feature was sighted by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition in 1903; surveyed by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) in 1945 and so named because the point rises to a rock peak, the sides of which resemble a church steeple.
This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document: "Tinsel Dome".(content from the Geographic Names Information System )