Territorial claims in Antarctica

Seven sovereign states have made territorial claims in Antarctica, which are Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, New Zealand, Norway, and the United Kingdom. These countries have tended to place their Antarctic scientific observation and study facilities within their respective claimed territories; however, a number of such facilities are located outside of the area claimed by their respective countries of operation, and countries without claims such as India, Italy, Russia, Pakistan, Ukraine and the United States have constructed research facilities within the areas claimed by other countries.

Map of territorial claims in Antarctica, including Marie Byrd Land, most of which is unclaimed[note 1]
  Australia
  Argentina
  Chile
  France
  New Zealand
  Norway
  United Kingdom