in Glacier Bay National Monument, trends NW to its 1961 terminus at head of the Johns Hopkins Inlet, 78 mi. NW of Hoonah, St. Elias Mts. 8 miles long.
Named by W. O. Field and W. S. Cooper in 1936 for William Bullock Clark, 1860-1917, professor of geology at Johns Hopkins University. Clark was born in Vermont, taught geology at Johns Hopkins University from 1887-1917 and was a member of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) from 1888 to 1917.
Charley Glacier, Clark Glacier, Gilman Glacier, Hoonah Glacier, John Glacier, Johns Hopkins Glacier, Jones Glacier, Kadachan Glacier, Kashoto Glacier, Lamplugh Glacier, Margerie Glacier, Topeka Glacier, Toyatte Glacier, Tyeen Glacier,