Harvard Glacier is the large glacier at the head of College Fjord. You can see the wide medial moraines in this photo.
|Location||Matanuska-Susitna Borough and Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska, U.S.|
|Terminus||Harvard Arm, College Fjord|
The Harvard Glacier is a large tidewater glacier in the Alaska's Prince William Sound. The glacier has a 1.5-mile (2 km) wide face where it calves into the College Fjord. It is 300 ft thick and covers 120,000 acres of Chugach National Forest. The Harvard Glacier is the second largest glacier in the Prince William Sound, after the Columbia Glacier. It is a popular destination of cruise ships in the Prince William Sound.
- Ulysses Sherman Grant; Daniel F. Higgins (jr.) (1913). Coastal Glaciers of Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. U.S. Government Printing Office. pp. 42–.
- Jeffrey Stuart Kargel (8 July 2014). Global Land Ice Measurements from Space. Springer. pp. 315–. ISBN 978-3-540-79818-7.
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