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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 22 (1979)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 22 (1979)

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Vol. 22 1979 No. 86

Contents

3-24
Direct measurement of stress at the base of a glacier
G.S. Boulton, E.M. Morris, A.A. Armstrong and A. Thomas

25-41
Accumulation, ablation, and oxygen isotope variations on the Queen Elizabeth Islands ice caps, Canada
R.M. Koerner

43-52
The formation of medial moraines on Alpine glaciers
R.J. Small, M.J. Clark and T.J.P. Cawse

53-65
Pattern of ice surface lowering for Rennick Glacier, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica
Paul A. Mayewski, John W. Attig, Jr. and David J. Drewry

67-81
The formation and composition of the gas content of sea ice
V.L. Tsurikov

83-105
Grain coarsening of water-saturated snow
Charles F. Raymond and Katutosi Tusima

107-115
Application of numerical transient fluid dynamics to snow avalanche flow. Part I. Development of computer program AVALNCH
T.E. Lang, K.L. Dawson and M. Martinelli, Jr.

117-126
Application of numerical transient fluid dynamics to snow avalanche flow. Part II. Avalanche modeling and parameter error evaluation
T.E. Lang and M. Martinelli, Jr.

127-133
Using linear discriminant analysis to classify snowfall situations into avalanching and non-avalanching ones
N.F. Drozdovskaya

135-143
Fracture toughness of fresh-water ice
H.W. Liu and K.J. Miller

145-154
Dielectric behaviour of ice microcrystals: a study versus temperature
Christian Boned, Bernard Lefauconnier and Marc Clausse

155-164
Enthalpy relaxation phenomenon of heavy ice
Osamu Haida, Hiroshi Suga and Syuzo Seki

165-169
Instruments and Methods
Determination of a-axis orientations of polycrystalline ice
Masuyoshi Matsuda

171-175
Instruments and Methods
Flexural wave studies on the basis of single-sensor recordings
R.W. Taylor

177-181
Cryoconite holes on Sermikavsak, West Greenland
P.W.F. Gribbon

182-185
Gravitational stresses in floating ice sheets
R.J. Evans and R. Reid Parmerter

186-188
Acoustic emission as an indication of stability decrease in fracture zones of avalanches
H. Gubler

189-193
The interpretation of Tertiary tillite at Mount Feather, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica
Howard Brady and Barrie McKelvey

195-197
Correspondence
Deviation of a bore hole during drilling
T.J.O. Sanderson

199-220
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223-235
The mass budget of the Lambert Glacier drainage basin, Antarctica
Ian Allison

237-246
In-situ measurements of the activation energy for d.c. conduction in polar ice
Charles R. Bentley

247-261
Rhombus and rhomboid parallelogram patterns on glaciers: natural indicators of strain
Charles J. Waag and Keith Echelmeyer

263-272
On the computation of heat transfer coefficients from energy-balance gradients on a glacier
Michael Kuhn

273-283
Supraglacial debris of G2 glacier in Hidden Valley, Mukut Himal, Nepal
M. Nakawo

285-292
Is vertical shear in an ice shelf negligible?
T.J.O. Sanderson and C.S.M. Doake

293-304
Some results from a linear-viscous model of the Arctic ice cover
W.D. Hibler III and W.B. Tucker III

305-320
The effects of ice thickness on the exchange of solar radiation over the polar oceans
Thomas C. Grenfell

321-329
In-situ estimates of the tensile strength of snow utilizing large sample sizes
David M. McClung

331-344
Reconstructed Pleistocene ice-sheet temperatures and glacial erosion in northern Sotland
John E. Gordon

345-355
Forms at the base of till strata as indicators of ice movement
J. Ehlers and H.-J. Stephan

357-371
Composition, internal structures, and an hypothesis of formation for drumlins, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, U.S.A
G. Richard Whittecar and David M. Mickelson

373-384
The mechanics of drumlin formation with particular reference to the change in pore-water content of the till
John Menzies

385-388
Instruments and Methods
Mercury-in-glass thermometers for precise temperature measurements near 0°C
T.E. Osterkamp

389-391
Instruments and Methods
A system for accurate temperature control of small fluid baths
V.I. Morgan

393-395
The flow of ice over a till bed
A.S. Jones

396-401
Patterned ground on an active medial moraine, Jotunheimen, Norway
C.K. Ballantyne

402-404
Accelerating strain preceding an avalanche
Richard A. Sommerfeld

405-407
Obituary
Robert Haefeli, 1899-1978
M.R. De Quervain

408-409
Obituary
Stanislaw Baranowski, 1935-1978
Alfred Jahn

411
Correspondence
Rock glaciers — some comments about age
Paul Carrara

412-413
Correspondence
Climate versus glacier termini behavior in the Austrian Alps: reply to comments by M. Kuhn
H.W. Posamentier

415-431
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435-460
Equilibrium profile of ice shelves
T.J.O. Sanderson

461-471
An analysis of the in-situ resistivity of sea ice in terms of its microstructure
G.W. Timco

473-502
A field study of brine drainage and oil entrainment in first-year sea ice
Seelye Martin

503-511
Evaluation of jet-roof geometry for snow-cornice control
K.L. Dawson and T.E. Lang

513-528
Time-series modelling of avalanche activity from meteorological data
A.A. Salway

529-534
Forces on structures impacted and enveloped by avalanches
R.R. Pedersen, J.D. Dent and T.E. Lang

535-546
"Saw-tooth" moraines in fron of Bødalsbreen, southern Norway
John A. Metthews, Roger Cornish and Richard A. Shakesby

547-549
A recommendation for the application of the Roch index for slab avalanche release
R.A. Sommerfeld and R.M. King

551-553
Instruments and Methods
Performance of V.H.F. aerials close to a snow surface
C.S.M. Doake and M. Gorman

555-556
Correspondence
Speculation on jökulhlaup prediction
Richard C. Metcalf

556-559
Correspondence
Origin of foliation in glaciers: comments on a paper by R.L. Hooke and P.J. Hudleston
M.J. Hambrey

559-560
Correspondence
Origin of foliation in glaciers: reply to comments by M.J. Hambrey
R.L. Hooke and P.J. Hudleston

560-561
Correspondence
An alternate statistical interpretation of the strength of snow: comments on the paper by H. Gubler
R.A. Sommerfeld

561-562
Correspondence
An alternate statistical interpretation of the strength of snow: reply to comments by R.A. Sommerfeld
H. Gubler

563-589
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