Taku Glacier in the Juneau Icefield is the deepest and thickest alpine, temperate, tidewater glacier in the world. From the air Taku Glacier appears to be a textured ribbon that winds out of the southeast corner of the icefield as an outlet glacier with its terminus in the Taku River.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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