Graham Land


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Graham Land

A region of Antarctica near the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. Part of the British Antarctic Territory, it is also claimed by Argentina and Chile.

Graham Land

n
(Placename) the N part of the Antarctic Peninsula: became part of the British Antarctic Territory in 1962 (formerly part of the Falkland Islands Dependencies; claims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty)

Gra′ham Land`


n.
a part of the British Antarctic Territory, in the N section of the Antarctic Peninsula.
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Cape Wild and Point Wild on Elephant Island plus Mount Wild on the Queen Alexandra Range and Mount Wild in Graham Land both in Antarctica are all named after Commander Frank Wild.
ABOVE: a whale breaching off the west coast of Cuverville Island near Graham Land in the Antarctic waters, by Achim Kopf, Germany.
Rhys Meirion |recording Nerth y Gan at Sain Studios near Caerrnarfon and (inset right) the singer with Rhys Taylor, Graham Land, Robat Arwyn and Annette Bryn Parri and (inset left) his sister Elen
Which word is a term in geometry and also for a South Orkney Islands, and Graham Land bone?
What are the South Shetland Islands, the South Orkney Islands, and Graham Land collectively known as?
Hobbs of the University of Michigan, have been of value in elucidating the problems relating to the early discoveries in Graham Land, although his conclusions have not been accepted in all cases.
His exploits have literally put the great-grandfather on the map because after his polar adventure a 780ft headland on the west coast of Graham Land was resurveyed in 1948-49 and named Thomson Head.