Ricker Canyon

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Ricker Canyon (84°47′S 115°18′W / 84.783°S 115.300°W / -84.783; -115.300Coordinates: 84°47′S 115°18′W / 84.783°S 115.300°W / -84.783; -115.300) is a steep-sided, ice-filled canyon that indents the north escarpment of Buckeye Table between Darling Ridge and Schulthess Buttress, in the Ohio Range, Horlick Mountains. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (US-ACAN) for John F. Ricker, geologist with the Ohio State University expedition to the Horlick Mountains in 1961–62.

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