Muir Glacier

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Muir Glacier

(mjʊə)
n
(Placename) a glacier in SE Alaska, in the St Elias Mountains, flowing southeast from Mount Fairweather. Area: about 900 sq km (350 sq miles)

Muir′ Gla′cier


n.
a glacier in SE Alaska, flowing SE from Mt. Fairweather into Glacier Bay. 350 sq. mi. (905 sq. km).
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What typically sets them off is turbulence: If you disturb the water, they'll flash," says Lewis Sharman, ecologist at Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.