Maps of the Arctic Ocean and Antarctica

 A map, and a list of Antarctic locations, commonly mentioned in Climate-Change news:

  • Amery Ice Shelf: East flank of Antarctica, south of the Indian Ocean.
  • Amundsen Sea: waters west of the Bellingshausen Sea and at the south end of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Antarctic Peninsula: The one prominent peninsula in Antarctica, reaching toward the southern tip of South America.
  • Bellingshausen Sea: waters west of the Antarctic Peninsula and at the south end of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Brunt Ice Shelf: in northern Antarctica, to the east of the Weddell Sea.
  • Drake Passage: the stretch of water between Antarctica and the southern tip of South America.
  • Larson Ice Shelf: along the east side of the Antarctic Peninsula.
  • Ronne-Filchner Ice Shelf: the large ice shelf feeding into the southern reaches of the Weddell Sea.
  • Ross Ice Shelf:  the large ice shelf feeding into the southern reaches of the Ross Sea.
  • Ross Sea: the largest Antarctic sea, to the east of the Antarctic Peninsula and at the south end of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Shackleton Ice Shelf: along the east coast of Antarctica.
  • Weddell Sea: waters east of the Antarctic Peninsula and at the south end of the Atlantic Ocean.

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