Abbott Spur articles on Wikipedia
Abbott Spur
Abbott Spur is an ice-covered spur in Victoria Land, Antarctica, separating the lower ends of Rutgers Glacier and Allison Glacier on the west side of
Feb 28th 2017



Spur (topography)
Sometimes the term is used in sense of subpeak. Examples of spurs are: Abbott Spur, which separates the lower ends of Rutgers Glacier and Allison Glacier
Feb 23rd 2017



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Rutgers Glacier
from Johns Hopkins Ridge and Mount Rucker to enter the Skelton Glacier. Abbott Spur separates the lower ends of Rutgers Glacier from Allison Glacier.
Nov 21st 2015



Abbott Northwestern Hospital
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Mar 10th 2017



Allison Glacier (Antarctica)
descending from the west slopes of Royal Society Range into Skelton Glacier. Abbott Spur separates the lower ends of Rutgers Glacier from Allison Glacier.
Nov 21st 2015



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