On the Current Location of the Byrd “Snow Cruiser” and Other Artifacts from Little America I, II, III and Framheim

@article{Scambos2005OnTC,
  title={On the Current Location of the Byrd “Snow Cruiser” and Other Artifacts from Little America I, II, III and Framheim},
  author={T. Scambos and C. Novak},
  journal={Polar Geography},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={237 - 252}
}
Analysis of maps, sightings, satellite images, and aerial photos indicates that a ∼105 km2 section of the eastern side of the Bay of Whales, containing the buried remains of several bases from the “heroic era” of Antarctic exploration, calved away around late 1961. A small iceberg from this event (or closely spaced events), with the remains of Little America III exposed in the ice face, was sighted in February 1963 near the western Ross Ice Shelf front. Satellite observations of more recent… Expand

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