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Volume 60(220), 2014Journal issue 220 cover


Firn air depletion as a precursor of Antarctic ice-shelf collapse
Peter KUIPERS MUNNEKE, Stefan R.M. LIGTENBERG, Michiel R. VAN DEN BROEKE, David G. VAUGHAN
205–214

Numerical simulations of major ice streams in western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, under wet and dry basal conditions
Thomas KLEINER, Angelika HUMBERT
215–232

The evolution of Fedchenko glacier in the Pamir, Tajikistan, during the past eight decades
Astrid LAMBRECHT, Christoph MAYER, Vladimir AIZEN, Dana FLORICIOIU, Arzhan SURAZAKOV
233–244

Glacier shrinkage in the Ebinur lake basin, Tien Shan, China, during the past 40 years
Lin WANG, Zhongqin LI, Feiteng WANG, Ross EDWARDS
245–254

Modelling the trajectory of the corpses of mountaineers who disappeared in 1926 on Aletschgletscher, Switzerland
Guillaume JOUVET, Martin FUNK
255–261

Instruments and Methods
An evaluation of mass-balance methods applied to Castle Creek Glacier, British Columbia, Canada
Matthew J. BEEDLE, Brian MENOUNOS, Roger WHEATE
262–276

Estimation of ice thickness using surface velocities and slope: case study at Gangotri Glacier, India
Prateek GANTAYAT, Anil V. KULKARNI, J. SRINIVASAN
277–282

21st-century increase in glacier mass loss in the Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, USA, from airborne laser altimetry and satellite stereo imagery
Indrani DAS, Regine HOCK, Etienne BERTHIER, Craig S. LINGLE
283–293

Calculating balance velocities with a membrane stress correction
C. Rosie WILLIAMS, Richard C.A. HINDMARSH, Robert J. ARTHERN
294–304

Thwaites Glacier grounding-line retreat: influence of width and buttressing parameterizations
David DOCQUIER, David POLLARD, Frank PATTYN
305–313

Increasing meltwater discharge from the Nuuk region of the Greenland ice sheet and implications for mass balance (1960–2012)
Dirk VAN AS, Morten Langer ANDERSEN, Dorthe PETERSEN, Xavier FETTWEIS, Jan H. VAN ANGELEN, Jan T.M. LENAERTS, Michiel R. VAN DEN BROEKE, James M. LEA, Carl E. BØGGILD, Andreas P. AHLSTRØM, Konrad STEFFEN
314–322

Instruments and Methods
Evaluation of existing and new methods of tracking glacier terminus change
James M. LEA, Douglas W.F. MAIR, Brice R. REA
323–332

Terminus-driven retreat of a major southwest Greenland tidewater glacier during the early 19th century: insights from glacier reconstructions and numerical modelling
James M. LEA, Douglas W.F. MAIR, Faezeh M. NICK, Brice R. REA, Anker WEIDICK, Kurt H. KJÆR, Mathieu MORLIGHEM, Dirk VAN AS, J. Edward SCHOFIELD
333–344

Subglacial hydrological connectivity within the Byrd Glacier catchment, East Antarctica
A.P. WRIGHT, D.A. YOUNG, J.L. BAMBER, J.A. DOWDESWELL, A.J. PAYNE, D.D. BLANKENSHIP, M.J. SIEGERT
345–352

Resolution-dependent performance of grounding line motion in a shallow model compared with a full-Stokes model according to the MISMIP3d intercomparison
J. FELDMANN, T. ALBRECHT, C. KHROULEV, F. PATTYN, A. LEVERMANN
353–360

Near-surface internal melting: a substantial mass loss on Antarctic Dry Valley glaciers
Matthew J. HOFFMAN, Andrew G. FOUNTAIN, Glen E. LISTON
361–374

Recent accumulation variability in northwest Greenland from ground-penetrating radar and shallow cores along the Greenland Inland Traverse
Robert L. HAWLEY, Zoe R. COURVILLE, Laura M. KEHRL, Eric R LUTZ, Erich C. OSTERBERG, Thomas B. OVERLY, Gifford J. WONG
375–382

Platelet ice attachment to instrument strings beneath the Amery Ice Shelf, East Antarctica
M. CRAVEN, R.C. WARNER, B.K. GALTON-FENZI, L. HERRAIZ-BORREGUERO, S.W. VOGEL, I. ALLISON
383–393

Review
FOX GEARHEARD and others (2013) The meaning of ice: people and sea ice in three Arctic communities
Christian HAAS
395–396

Correspondence
On the pressure dependence of the rate factor in Glen’s flow law
Ralf GREVE, Thomas ZWINGER, Yongmei GONG
397–398

Correspondence
Analysis of www.AntarcticGlaciers.org as a tool for online science communication
Bethan J. DAVIES, Neil F. GLASSER
399–406

Volume 60, issue 220 is now complete