|C. H. Ostenfeld Glacier|
|C. H. Ostenfeld Gletscher|
|Type||Tidal outlet glacier|
|Length||50 km (31 mi)|
|Width||8 km (5.0 mi)|
|Thickness||93 m (305 ft)|
This glacier was first mapped by Lauge Koch in 1917 during Knud Rasmussen's 1916-1918 Second Thule Expedition to north Greenland and was named after Danish botanist Carl Hansen Ostenfeld (1873–1931), author of Flora of Greenland and its origin.
The C. H. Ostenfeld Glacier originates in the Greenland Ice Cap. It is roughly southeast–northwest oriented and has its terminus at the head of Victoria Fjord. There are three nunataks near its terminus. The glacier's last stretch is a floating tongue within the fjord. The Brikkerne Glacier joins from the right near the head of the fjord.
- Anthony K. Higgins, North Greenland Glacier Velocities and Calf Ice Production
- A Review of Recent Changes in Major Marine-Terminating Outlet Glaciers
- Contribution to the glaciology of northern Greenland - UCI ESS
- "C. H. Ostenfeld Gletscher". Mapcarta. Retrieved 15 March 2019.
- U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, Volume 1386, Part 3, figure 38