Ulvebreen is a glacier in Sabine Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It is named after Arctic explorer Erik Andreas Ulve. The glacier is a tributary to Nordmannsfonna, and debouches into the bay of Dunérbukta.[1]


Coordinates: 78°13′N 18°39′E / 78.21°N 18.65°E / 78.21; 18.65

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