Clio Glacier

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Clio Glacier (77°26′S 162°2′E / 77.433°S 162.033°E / -77.433; 162.033Coordinates: 77°26′S 162°2′E / 77.433°S 162.033°E / -77.433; 162.033) is a northeast-flowing glacier, 1 mile (1.6 km) long, on the east side of Eurus Ridge in the Olympus Range, McMurdo Dry Valleys. In association with the names from Greek mythology grouped in this area, it was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board (1998) after Clio, the Greek muse of history.

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