Wilson Piedmont Glacier
Wilson Piedmont Glacier (Coordinates: ) is a large piedmont glacier extending from Granite Harbour to Marble Point on the coast of Victoria Land. Discovered by the Discovery expedition, 1901-04. The British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, named the feature for Dr. Edward A. Wilson, surgeon and artist with Scott's first expedition and chief of the scientific staff with the second. Wilson lost his life on the way back from the South Pole with Scott.
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