What are the differences between the subglacial topography of the western and eastern parts of the mainland of Antarctica?

Based on the difference in geological structure and relief, the mainland is divided into East Antarctica and West.
East Antarctica: the ice surface relief is an alternation of deep depressions with high mountain elevations (Gamburtsev, Vernadsky mountains). Above the glacial surface rise the mountains of Prince Charles, the ridges of the Queen Maud Land.
West Antarctica: the ice relief is more complex. On the Antarctic Peninsula, mountains “break through” the ice sheet.

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