Gibson Spur

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Gibson Spur (77°20′S 160°40′E / 77.333°S 160.667°E / -77.333; 160.667) is a high rocky spur just west of the mouth of Webb Glacier, in Victoria Land. Named by the Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition (VUWAE) (1959–60) after G.W. Gibson, one of the party's geologists.[1]

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