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Brook Glacier
Location of Sentinel Range in Western Antarctica
Map showing the location of Brook Glacier
Map showing the location of Brook Glacier
Location in Antarctica
Location Ellsworth Land
Coordinates 78°42′S 85°09′W / 78.700°S 85.150°W / -78.700; -85.150
Thickness unknown
Terminus Bender Glacier
Status unknown
Sentinel Range map.

Brook Glacier (78°42′S 85°09′W / 78.700°S 85.150°W / -78.700; -85.150) is a glacier that flows westward between Mount Strybing, Mount Allen and Krusha Peak on the west side of Owen Ridge in southern Sentinel Range, Ellsworth Mountains in Antarctica, and joins Bender Glacier east of Chaplin Peak. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (2006) after Edward J. Brook, Professor of Geosciences, Oregon State University; U.S. Antarctic Project investigator of Antarctic paleoclimate in numerous field seasons from 1988; Chair, U.S. National Ice Core Working Group for use of Antarctic ice cores for research purposes, 2004–05.


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