McArthur Glacier

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McArthur Glacier (71°20′S 67°29′W / 71.333°S 67.483°W / -71.333; -67.483Coordinates: 71°20′S 67°29′W / 71.333°S 67.483°W / -71.333; -67.483) is a glacier between the Christie Peaks and Swine Hill, flowing west from Palmer Land, Antarctica, into George VI Sound. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Alistair H. McArthur, a British Antarctic Survey geophysicist at Stonington Island, 1967–68.[1]


  1. ^ "McArthur Glacier". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-09-02.

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