Jacobshavn Glacier

Jacobshavn Glacier

[′yä·kəps‚häf·ən ′glā·shər]
(hydrology)
A glacier on the west coast of Greenland at latitude 68°N; it is the most productive glacier in the Northern Hemisphere, calving about 1400 icebergs yearly.
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