- Sulzberger Bay
Sulzberger Bay (coord|77|0|S|152|0|W|display=inline,title) is a bay between Fisher Island and
Vollmer Island, along the coast of Marie Byrd Land. Discovered by the Byrd Antarctic Expeditionon December 5, 1929, and named by Byrd for Arthur H. Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, a supporter of the Byrd expeditions in 1928-30 and 1933-35.gnis|id=14791|type=antarid]
The Sulzberger Bay indents the front of the Sulzberger Ice Shelf (coord|77|0|S|148|0|W|), an ice shelf about convert|85|mi|km long and convert|50|mi|km wide bordering the coast of Marie Byrd Land between
Edward VII Peninsulaand Guest Peninsula. The ice shelf was observed and roughly mapped by the Byrd Antarctic Expedition (1928-30).gnis|id=14793|type=antarid|name=Sulzberger Ice Shelf]
Sulzberger Basin (coord|77|0|S|152|30|W|) is an undersea basin on the central Ross shelf named in association with the Sulzberger Bay.gnis|id=17115|type=antarid|name=Sulzberger Basin]
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