Antarctica is a mysterious and fascinating place. I fell in love when I wrote a paper about the living conditions on the island, particularly in and around Mcmurdo station.
This article is good in that it discusses the structural geology on Alexander island. Steeply dipping arenaceous strata of the Carboniferous sequence is complexly deformed and has claimed to be folded terrigenous strata. The deep water axial facies has been subjected to extreme compressive stress. The Fossil Bluff formation has a variable phase of west-east compressive stress, perpendicular to the axial trend of the sedimentary trough.
Page 47 has a nice display of the structural geology plotted on stereograms.
Check out this publication….very cool