Royal Society Volcano - John Seach


Victoria Land, Antarctica

78.25 S, 163.60 E
summit elevation 3000 m
Cinder cones

The Royal Society Range is a 70-km broad rift flank block facing the Ross Sea Basin in southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. The volcano is the most southern in the world.

The Royal Society Range is located in the Transantarctic mountains. The summit of Royal Society Range is Mt Lister (4025 m). The volcanic range consists of a number of cinder cones and lava flows.

Royal Society Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.