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University of Arizona

Glaciated Cordillera Darwin in Tierra del Fuego, Chile

Caption: This is the south flank of glaciated Cordillera Darwin and Bahia Pia (Pia Bay), highest point on Tierra del Fuego, Chile, taken from the Beagle Channel. These peaks and fjords were named after exploration undertaken during Charles Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle to this region in the 1830s.

Credit: Stuart N. Thomson.

Usage Restrictions: This photo may be used only to illustrate a story about the research described in the release, Glaciers Help High-Latitude Mountains Grow Taller.

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