Debenham Glacier

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Debenham Glacier (77°11′S 162°38′E / 77.183°S 162.633°E / -77.183; 162.633Coordinates: 77°11′S 162°38′E / 77.183°S 162.633°E / -77.183; 162.633) is a glacier flowing into the northern part of Wilson Piedmont Glacier on the coast of Victoria Land. It was first mapped by the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, and was named by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, for Frank Debenham, a geologist with the expedition and Director of the Scott Polar Research Institute, 1925–48.