Wright Upper Glacier
Wright Upper Glacier (Coordinates: ) is an ice apron at the upper west end of Wright Valley formed by a glacier flowing east from the inland ice plateau. Named by the Victoria University of Wellington Antarctic Expedition (VUWAE) (1958–59) for C.S. Wright, a member of the British Antarctic Expedition (1910–13), after whom the "Wright Glacier" (now Wright Lower Glacier) was named.
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