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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 39 (1993)


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Vol. 39 1993 No. 131

Contents

3
Preface
K. Hutter

5-9
Effects of climatic perturbations on the equilibrium-line altitude, West Greenland
Walter Ambach

10-14
A topological approach to the strain-rate pattern of ice sheets
J.F. Nye

15-25
Mechanisms of fast flow in Jacobshavns Isbræ, West Greenland: Part I. Measurements of temperature and water level in deep boreholes
A. Iken, K. Echelmeyer, W. Harrison and M. Funk

26-44
Consolidation of sediments by glaciers: relations between sediment geotechnics, soft-bed glacier dynamics and subglacial ground-water flow
G.S. Boulton and K.E. Dobbie

45-49
Glaciation and deglaciation mechanisms in a coupled two- dimensional climate-ice-sheet model
André Berger, Hubert Gallée and Christian Tricot

50-64
Internal melting and ice accretion at the bottom of temperate glaciers
Louis Lliboutry

65-86
Thermo-mechanically coupled ice-sheet response cold, polythermal, temperate
Kolumban Hutter

87-90
The mass balance of a cirque glacier in the Italian Alps (Ghiacciaio della Sforzellina, Ortles-Cevedale Group)
G. Catasta and C. Smiraglia

91-98
A tutorial on the use of control methods in ice-sheet modeling
Douglas R. MacAyeal

99-110
Solar-heating rates and temperature profiles in Antarctic snow and ice
Richard E. Brandt and Stephen G. Warren

111-118
TV-video observations of bed and basal sliding on Storglaciären, Sweden
Veijo Allan Pohjola

119-132
Analysis of synthetic aperture radar data collected over the southwestern Greenland ice sheet
K.C. Jezek, M.R. Drinkwater, J.P. Crawford, R. Bindschadler
and R. Kwok

133-142
Statistics of firn closure: a simulation study
I.G. Enting

143-156
Geometry and flow conditions of subglacial water at South Cascade Glacier, Washington State, U.S.A.; an analysis of tracer injections
Andrew G. Fountain

157-166
Basal ice accretion and debris entrainment within the coastal ice margin, Law Dome, Antarctica
Ian D. Goodwin

167-185
Steady flow of a viscous ice stream across a no-slip/free-slip transition at the bed
Victor Barcilon and Douglas R. MacAyeal

186-198
Particulate matter in pack ice of the Beaufort Gyre
Erk Reimnitz, P.W. Barnes and W.S. Weber

199-203
Instruments and Methods
A new ice mill allows precise concentration determination of methane and most probably also other trace gases in the bubble air of very small ice samples
Andreas Fuchs, Jakob Schwander and Bernhard Stauffer

204-206
Correspondence
Rapid advance of Pumarikish Glacier, Hispar Glacier basin, Karakoram Himalaya
Cameron P. Wake and Mike P. Searle


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Measurements of CO2 and CH4 concentrations in air in a polar ice core
Takakiyo Nakazawa, Toshinobu Machida, Kenji Esumi, Masayuki Tanaka, Yoshiyuki Fujii, Shuhji Aoki and Okitsugu Watanabe

216-222
Flow separation and diurnal variability in the hydrology of Conness Glacier, Sierra Nevada, California, U.S.A
Scott A. Lecce

223-238
Structural characteristics of congelation and platelet ice and their role in the development of Antarctic land-fast sea ice
M.O. Jeffries, W.F. Weeks, R. Shaw and K. Morris

239-244
Airborne particles in snow
Jost Heintzenberg and Markku Rummukainen

245-248
High-resolution dielectric profiling of ice cores
J.C. Moore

249-254
Firn-core study from the southern Patagonia ice cap, South America
Alberto J. Aristarain and Robert J. Delmas

255-266
Relating the occurrence of crevasses to surface strain rates
David G. Vaughan

267-274
Seasonal variation of ice ablation at the margin of the Greenland ice sheet and its sensitivity to climate change, Qamanârssûp sermia, West Greenland
Roger J. Braithwaite and Ole B. Olesen

275-291
Weertman regelation, multiple refreezing events and the isotopic evolution of the basal ice layer
Bryn Hubbard and Martin Sharp

292-302
Vector analysis of ice-fabric data
M.G. Ferrick and K.J. Claffey

303-315
Debris entrainment at the ice-bedrock interface in sub-freezing temperature conditions (Terre Adélie, Antarctica)
J.-L. Tison, J.-R. Petit, J.-M. Barnola and W.C. Mahaney

316-322
Characteristics of avalanching: Kootenay Pass, British Columbia, Canada
D.M. McClung and John Tweedy

323-326
Temperate glacier time response from field data
D.M. McClung and Richard L. Armstrong

327-340
Estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties from induced changes in basal water pressure: a theoretical framework for borehole-response tests
Dan B. Stone and Garry K.C. Clarke

341-352
Automated image analysis of ice thin sections instrumentation, methods and extraction of stereological and textural parameters
Hajo Eicken

353-356
Determination of ice-shelf bottom melting by time-domain reflectometry
K. Grosfeld and N. Blindow

357-372
Two-dimensional similarity solutions for finite-mass granular avalanches with Coulomb- and viscous-type frictional resistance
Kolumban Hutter and Ralf Greve

373-384
Velocity of radio waves in glaciers as an indicator of their hydrothermal state, structure and regime
Yu. Ya. Macheret, M.Yu. Moskalevsky and E.V. Vasilenko

385-396
Observations of the Antarctic ice sheet with the Seasat scatterometer: relation to katabatic-wind intensity and direction
M. Ledroit, F. Rémy and J.-F. Minster

397-408
Global change, Antarctic meteorite traps and the East Antarctic ice sheet
G. Delisle

409-414
How many reservoirs? An analysis of flow recessions from a glacier basin
Angela M. Gurnell

415-420
Subglacial measurement of turbidity and electrical conductivity
Dan B. Stone, Garry K.C. Clarke and Erik W. Blake

421-423
Correspondence
Comments on "Paleothermometry by control methods" by MacAyeal and others

D. Dahl-Jensen, S.J. Johnsen, W.Stanley B. Paterson and C. Ritz

423-431
Correspondence
Paleothermometry redux

Douglas R. MacAyeal, John Firestone and Edwin Waddington

431-433
Correspondence
Supraglacial lake drainage near Søndre Strømfjord, Greenland

Andrew J. Russell


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Patterns of calculated basal drag on Ice Streams B and C, Antarctica
I.M. Whillans and C.J. van der Veen

447-454
In search of ice-stream sticky spots
Richard B. Alley

455-462
Micro-earthquakes beneath Ice Streams B and C, West Antarctica: observations and implications
S. Anandakrishnan and C.R. Bentley

463-470
Short-period observations of speed, strain and seismicity on Ice Stream B, Antarctica
W.D. Harrison, K.A. Echelmeyer and H. Engelhardt

471-482
The detailed net mass balance of the ice plain on Ice Stream B, Antarctica: a geographic information system approach
Robert Bindschadler, Patricia L. Vornberger and Sion Shabtaie

483-490
New and improved determinations of velocity of Ice Streams B and C, West Antarctica
I.M. Whillans and C.J. van der Veen

491-494
Is there direct evidence for late Quaternary collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet?
Lloyd H. Burckle

495-506
Airborne-radar studies: Ice Streams A, B and C, West Antarctica
R. Retzlaff, N. Lord and C.R. Bentley

507-514
Laterally varying basal conditions beneath Ice Streams B and C, West Antarctica
Shashank R. Atre and Charles R. Bentley

515-527
Ice-flow features on Ice Stream B, Antarctica, revealed by SPOT HRV imagery
Carolyn J. Merry and Ian M. Whillans

528-537
Interpretation of radar-detected internal layer folding in West Antarctic ice streams
Robert W. Jacobel, Anthony M. Gades, David L. Gottschling, Steven M. Hodge and David L. Wright

538-552
Siple Coast Project research of Crary Ice Rise and the mouths of Ice Streams B and C, West Antarctica: review and new perspectives
Robert Bindschadler

553-561
Timing of stagnation of Ice Stream C, West Antarctica, from short-pulse radar studies of buried surface crevasses
Rory Retzlaff and Charles R. Bentley

562-572
Velocity pattern in a transect across Ice Stream B, Antarctica
I.M. Whillans, M. Jackson and Y.-H. Tseng

573-581
A conceptual model of solute acquisition by Alpine glacial meltwaters
Martyn Tranter, Giles Brown, Robert Raiswell, Martin Sharp and Angela Gurnell

582-590
Changes in the longitudinal profiles of glaciers during advance and retreat
M.P. Schwitter and C.F. Raymond

591-600
Analysis of satellite-altimeter height measurements above continental ice sheets
P. Féménias, F. Rémy, R. Raizonville and J.F. Minster

601-608
The interaction between an ice sheet and its atmospheric boundary layer
Alison Hall and Keith Weston

609-618
The tensile strength of first-year sea ice
J.A. Richter-Menge and K.F. Jones

619-624
Historic retreat of Grand Pacific and Melbern Glaciers, Saint Elias Mountains, Canada: an analogue for decay of the Cordilleran ice sheet at the end of the Pleistocene?
John J. Clague and S.G. Evans

625-634
Identification of subglacial lakes using ERS-1 radar altimeter
Jeff K. Ridley, Wyn Cudlip and Seymour W. Laxon

635-642
Snow stability during rain
H. Conway and C.F. Raymond

643-655
Ice/rock porous mixtures: compaction experiments and interpretation
J. Leliwa-Kopystynski and N. Maeno

656-665
Sensitivity to climate change of the mass balance of glaciers in southern Norway
Tron Laumann and Niels Reeh

666-674
Rutschblock precision, technique variations and limitations
J.B. Jamieson and C.D. Johnston

675-686
A combined surface- and volume-scattering model for ice-sheet radar altimetry
Curt H. Davis and Richard K. Moore

687-697
Geographic and seasonal variations in the surface properties of the ice sheets by satellite-radar altimetry
Curt H. Davis and H. Jay Zwally

698-700
Instruments and Methods
End-capping procedure for cored ice samples used in tension tests
J.A. Richter-Menge, K.J. Claffey and M.R. Walsh

701-703
Correspondence
Most recent observations of the drainage of an ice-dammed lake at Russell Glacier, West Greenland, and a new hypothesis regarding mechanisms of drainage initiation
Peter G. Knight and Andrew J. Russell

703-705
Correspondence
Aqueous ethanol as an ice-drilling fluid
T.A. Gosink, B.R. Koci and J.J. Kelley

705-707
Correspondence
Ablation thresholds and ash thickness
John B. Hunt

707-708
Correspondence
Thrust of Glaciar Torre over itself
Louis Lliboutry

709-711
Correspondence
Dyeing of snow surfaces to observe snow structure
Austin Kovacs

711-714
Correspondence
The use of computer-aided learning packages in glaciology and glacial geology
Jane K. Hart and Kirk Martinez

714-716
Correspondence
Ice blisters and ice dolines
John Moore

716-722
Correspondence
There is direct evidence for Pleistocene collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet
Reed Scherer

722-727
Correspondence
Bering Glacier surge and iceberg-calving mechanism at Vitus Lake, Alaska, U.S.A
Craig S. Lingle, Austin Post, Ute C. Herzfeld, Bruce F. Molnia, Robert M. Krimmel and James J. Roush