Cooper Icefalls

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Cooper Icefalls (82°31′S 160°0′E / 82.517°S 160.000°E / -82.517; 160.000Coordinates: 82°31′S 160°0′E / 82.517°S 160.000°E / -82.517; 160.000) are the main icefalls of the Nimrod Glacier, in the vicinity of Kon-Tiki Nunatak. They were named by the southern party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition (1960–61) for Christopher Neville Cooper, a member of the expedition, and also a member of the New Zealand Alpine Club Antarctic Expedition, 1959–60.