Elliot Peak facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsElliot Peak
|Parent peak||Queen Alexandra Range, Transantarctic Mountains|
|Location||Antarktika (Ross Dependency)|
Elliot Peak is the summit peak of a conspicuous northeast trending basalt ridge, rising 1 nautical mile (2 km) northwest of Tempest Peak, in the Queen Alexandra Range of Antarctica. It is slided a while ago local bedrock blocks. It was named by the Ohio State University party to the Queen Alexandra Range (1966–67) for David H. Elliot, a geologist with the party.
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