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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 36

Selected papers from the
International Symposium on Fast Glacier Flow

held at Yakutat, Alaska, U.S.A.
10-14 June 2002
annals vol.36

Editors: C.F. Raymond and C.J. van der Veen

1-6
How much do we really know about glacier surging?
William D. Harrison and Austin S. Post

7-13
The ``Galloping Glacier'' trots: decadal-scale speed oscillations within the quiescent phase
Matt Nolan

14-20
Does englacial water storage drive temperate glacier surges?
Craig S. Lingle and Dennis R. Fatland

21-28
Ice surface velocity patterns on the Seward Glacier, Alaska/Yukon, and their implications for regional tectonics in the Saint Elias Mountains
Andrew L. J. Ford, Richard R. Forster and Ronald L. Bruhn

29-36
A surface motion survey of Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Dennis R. Fatland, Craig S. Lingle and Martin Truffer

37-44
Surge-front propagation and velocities during the early-1993-95 surge of Bering Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A., from sequential SAR imagery
James J. Roush, Craig S. Lingle, Richard M. Guritz, Dennis R. Fatland and Vera A. Voronina

45-50
The slow advance of a calving glacier: Hubbard Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Dennis C. Trabant, Robert M. Krimmel, Keith A. Echelmeyer, Sandra L. Zirnheld and Daniel H. Elsberg

51-56
An 850 year record of climate and fluctuations of the iceberg-calving Nellie Juan Glacier, south central Alaska, U.S.A
David J. Barclay, Gregory C. Wiles and Parker E. Calkin

57-65
Submarine melting at the terminus of a temperate tidewater glacier, LeConte Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Roman J. Motyka, Lewis Hunter, Keith A. Echelmeyer and Cathy Connor

66-72
Of isbr and ice streams
Martin Truffer and Keith A. Echelmeyer

73-81
The distribution and flow characteristics of surge-type glaciers in the Canadian High Arctic
Luke Copland, Martin J. Sharp and Julian A. Dowdeswell

82-90
Surges of glaciers in Iceland
Helgi Björnsson, Finnur Plsson, Oddur Sigurðsson and Gwenn E. Flowers

91-96
Observational verification of predicted increase in bedrock-to-surface amplitude transfer during a glacier surge
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson, Gudfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir and Helgi Björnsson

97-102
From surge-type to non-surge-type glacier behaviour: midre Lovénbreen, Svalbard
Siri Hansen

103-109
Slug-test derived differences in bed hydraulic properties between a surge-type and non-surge-type Svalbard glacier
Bernd Kulessa and Tavi Murray

110-116
The initiation of glacier surging at Fridtjovbreen, Svalbard
Tavi Murray, Adrian Luckman, Tazio Strozzi and Anne-Marie Nuttall

117-128
Streaming flow in an ice sheet through a glacial cycle
Geoffrey S. Boulton, Magnus Hagdorn and Nicholas R. J. Hulton

129-134
ERS SAR feature-tracking measurement of outlet glacier velocities on a regional scale in East Greenland
Adrian Luckman, Tavi Murray, Hester Jiskoot, Hamish Pritchard and Tazio Strozzi

135-141
Sediment, glaciohydraulic supercooling, and fast glacier flow
Richard B. Alley, Daniel E. Lawson, Edward B. Evenson and Grahame J. Larson

142-148
Surge potential and drainage-basin characteristics in East Greenland
Hester Jiskoot, Tavi Murray and Adrian Luckman

149-156
Relating crevassing to non-linear strain in the floating part of Jakobshavn Isbr, West Greenland
Paul R. Prescott, James P. Kenneally and Terence J. Hughes

157-167
Seasonal variations in ice deformation and basal motion across the tongue of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland
Ian Willis, Douglas Mair, Bryn Hubbard, Peter Nienow, Urs H. Fischer and Alun Hubbard

168-172
Liligo Glacier, Karakoram, Pakistan: a reconstruction of the recent history of a surge-type glacier
Guglielmina Diolaiuti, Massimo Pecci and Claudio Smiraglia

173-178
Calving speed and climatic sensitivity of New Zealand lake-calving glaciers
Charles R. Warren and Martin P. Kirkbride

179-183
Subaqueous melt rates at calving termini: a laboratory approach
Kim Jardine Eijpen, Charles R. Warren and Douglas I. Benn

184-188
Recent behaviour of Glaciar Upsala, a fast-flowing calving glacier in Lago Argentino, southern Patagonia
Pedro Skvarca, Bruce Raup and Hernn de Angelis

189-196
The englacial stratigraphy of Wilkes Land, East Antarctica, as revealed by internal radio-echo sounding layering, and its relationship with balance velocities
David M. Rippin, Martin J. Siegert and Jonathan L. Bamber

197-204
Application of control methods for modelling the flow of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica
Andreas Vieli and Antony J. Payne

205-214
Interannual surface velocity variations of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
Bernhard T. Rabus and Oliver Lang

215-224
Interannual velocity variations and recent calving of Thwaites Glacier Tongue, West Antarctica
Bernhard T. Rabus, Oliver Lang and Ute Adolphs

225-232
Acoustic impedance and basal shear stress beneath four Antarctic ice streams
David G. Vaughan, Andrew M. Smith, P. Chandrika Nath and Emmanuel le Meur

233-243
Thermodynamics of basal freeze-on: predicting basal and subglacial signatures of stopped ice streams and interstream ridges
Poul Christoffersen and Slawek Tulaczyk

244-250
The role of lateral and vertical shear in tributary flow toward a West Antarctic ice stream
Christina L. Hulbe, Weili Wang, Ian R. Joughin and Martin J. Siegert

251-256
Subglacial thermal balance permits ongoing grounding-line retreat along the Siple Coast of West Antarctica
Byron R. Parizek, Richard B. Alley and Christina L. Hulbe

257-262
Basal melt beneath Whillans Ice Stream and Ice Streams A and C, West Antarctica
Ian R. Joughin, Slawek Tulaczyk and Hermann F. Engelhardt

263-272
Tidally-driven stick-slip motion in the mouth of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica
Robert A. Bindschadler, Patricia L. Vornberger, Matt A. King and Laurie Padman

273-282
Distribution of basal melting and freezing beneath tributaries of Ice Stream C: implication for the Holocene decay of the West Antarctic ice sheet
Stefan W. Vogel, Slawek Tulaczyk and Ian R. Joughin

283-286
Dilatant till layer near the onset of streaming flow of Ice Stream C, West Antarctica, determined by AVO (amplitude vs offset) analysis
Sridhar Anandakrishnan

287-291
Bed reflectivity beneath inactive ice streams in West Antarctica
Ginny A. Catania, Howard B. Conway, Anthony M. Gades, Charles F. Raymond and Hermann Engelhardt