Bobo Ridge

Bobo Ridge (85°51′S 150°48′W / 85.850°S 150.800°W / -85.850; -150.800Coordinates: 85°51′S 150°48′W / 85.850°S 150.800°W / -85.850; -150.800) is an isolated rock ridge 2 nautical miles (4 km) long, extending west along the north side of Albanus Glacier and marking the southwest extremity of the Tapley Mountains. First roughly mapped by the Byrd Antarctic Expedition, 1933–35, it was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Robert Bobo, a meteorologist with the McMurdo Station winter party of 1963.[1]

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