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Volume 57(201), 2011Journal 201


The statistical physics of iceberg calving and the emergence of universal calving laws
J.N. BASSIS
3–16

Instruments and Methods
Measurement of vertical profiles of snow specific surface area with a 1 cm resolution using infrared reflectance: instrument
description and validation

L. ARNAUD, G. PICARD, N. CHAMPOLLION, F. DOMINE, J.C. GALLET, E. LEFEBVRE, M. FILY, J.M. BARNOLA
17–29

Snow isotope diffusion rates measured in a laboratory experiment
L.G. VAN DER WEL, V. GKINIS, V.A. POHJOLA, H.A.J. MEIJER
30–38

The crossover stress, anisotropy and the ice flow law at Siple Dome, West Antarctica
Erin C. PETTIT, Edwin D. WADDINGTON, William D. HARRISON, ThrosturTHORSTEINSSON, Daniel ELSBERG, John MORACK, Mark A. ZUMBERGE
39–52

Short-term surface ice motion variations measured with a ground-based portable real aperture radar interferometer
Patrick RIESEN, Tazio STROZZI, Andreas BAUDER, Andreas WIESMANN, Martin FUNK
53–60

Ross Ice Shelf (Antarctica) in situ radio-frequency attenuation
Taylor BARRELLA, Steven BARWICK, David SALTZBERG
61–66

The basal roughness of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
D.M. RIPPIN, D.G. VAUGHAN, H.F.J. CORR
67–76

Effect of a cold margin on ice flow at the terminus of Storglaciären, Sweden: implications for sediment transport
Peter L. MOORE, Neal R. IVERSON, Keith A. BRUGGER, Denis COHEN, Thomas S. HOOYER, Peter JANSSON
77–87

Greenland ice sheet mass balance: distribution of increased mass loss with climate warming; 2003–07 versus 1992–2002
H. Jay ZWALLY, Jun LI, Anita C. BRENNER, Matthew BECKLEY, Helen G. CORNEJO, John DiMARZIO, Mario B. GIOVINETTO, Thomas A. NEUMANN, John ROBBINS, Jack L. SABA, Donghui YI, Weili WANG
88–102

Instruments and Methods
Complete determination of ice crystal orientation using Laue X-ray diffraction method
Atsushi MIYAMOTO, Ilka WEIKUSAT, Takeo HONDOH
103–110

Subgrain boundaries in Antarctic ice quantified by X-ray Laue diffraction

Ilka WEIKUSAT, Atsushi MIYAMOTO, Sérgio H. FARIA, Sepp KIPFSTUHL, Nobuhiko AZUMA, Takeo HONDOH
111–120

Glacier subsurface heat-flux characterizations for energy-balance modelling in the Donjek Range, southwest Yukon, Canada
Brett A. WHELER, Gwenn E. FLOWERS
121–133

Extracting the temporal signal from a winter and summer mass-balance series: application to a six-decade record at Glacier de Sarennes, French Alps
N. ECKERT, H. BAYA, E. THIBERT, C. VINCENT
134–150

Size of snow particles in a powder-snow avalanche
Marie RASTELLO, Fabrice RASTELLO, Hervé BELLOT, Frédéric OUSSET, François DUFOUR, Lorenz MEIER
151–156

A variationally derived, depth-integrated approximation to a higher-order glaciological flow model
Daniel N. GOLDBERG
157–170

Modeling time series of microwave brightness temperature at Dome C, Antarctica, using vertically resolved snow temperature and microstructure measurements
Ludovic BRUCKER, Ghislain PICARD, Laurent ARNAUD, Jean-Marc BARNOLA, Martin SCHNEEBELI, Hélène BRUNJAIL, Eric LEFEBVRE, Michel FILY
171–182

Correspondence
Comment on Singh and others, 'Hyperspectral analysis of snow reflectance to understand the effects of contamination and grain size'
Thomas H. PAINTER
183–185

Correspondence
The ice-dammed lake Isvand,West Greenland, has lost its water
Anker WEIDICK, Michele CITTERIO
186–188

Review
Field techniques for sea ice research
Ian ALLISON
189–190

Review
Sea ice. Second edition
Jean-Louis TISON
191–192

Review
On sea ice
Cathleen GEIGER
193–194


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