Alexander I Island

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Alexander I Island

an island of Antarctica, west of Palmer Land, in the Bellingshausen Sea. Length: about 378 km (235 miles)
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We found another hot spot off the northern end of Alexander Island, a region of rough bottom topography.
On 15 June, he moved east across the sea ice to the west-central coast of Bathurst Island, stayed for nearly two weeks, and then returned to Alexander Island for late June to 7 July, when he traveled across the rotten sea ice onto lie Marc and stayed there for the remainder of summer (July).
The female, on the other hand, went directly in less than five days from her winter range on he Vanier to the general location on Alexander Island where she would subsequently calve on about 4 June 1994.
The caribou using these islands may have wintered on Cameron Island and to a lesser extent on Ile Vanier rather than on Massey, Marc, or Alexander islands because the prevailing winter winds out of the northwest quadrant maintain more shallow snow and snow-free areas on Cameron and Vanier than on the other three islands.
A single bore to pull in three 10-inch pipelines between Alexander Island and Mitchell Point was the first to be completed.
Beall said the Alexander Island location, south of the HSC, afforded Troy's crews enough room for stringing, welding and testing of the three 10-inch pipelines, while Laney's crews set up their drilling rig and equipment spread adjacent to Bayway Drive in Baytown, north of the HSC.