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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 15

Proceedings of the Symposium on
Ice-Ocean Dynamics and Mechanics

held in Hanover, New Hampshire, U.S.A.,
26-31 August 1990
Cover: Annals Vol. 15

Editor: K. Hutter

Contents

1-8
Ice-ocean dynamics and mechanics: a summary of the papers
Kolumban Hutter

9-16
Sea-ice dynamics in the Weddell Sea in winter
Heinrich Hoeber

17-25
On the effect of rheology on seasonal sea-ice simulations
Chi F. Ip, William D. Hibler, III and Gregory M. Flato

26-30
Numerical simulations of a compact convergent system of ice floes
M.A. Hopkins and W.D. Hibler, III

31-36
An initial numerical investigation of the extent of sea-ice ridging
Gregory M. Flato and William D. Hibler, III

37-44
On the role of ocean circulation in seasonal and interannual ice-edge variations in the Bering Sea
Jinlun Zhang and William D. Hibler, III

45-53
Seasonal Arctic sea-ice simulations with a prognostic ice-ocean model
Peter H. Ranelli and W.D. Hibler, III

54-62
Synoptic and seasonal variations of the ice-ocean circulation in the Arctic: a numerical study
Alex Warn-Varnas, Richard Allard and Steve Piacsek

63-72
Sea-ice mechanical energy balance: nearshore Chukchi Sea, 1982
Robert S. Pritchard

73-80
The propagation of characteristics in sea-ice deformation fields
Björn Erlingsson

81-86
On the ridging of a thin sheet of lead ice
M.A. Hopkins and W.D. Hibler, III

87-95
A one-dimensional model for wave-induced ice-floe collisions
Hayley H. Shen and Stephen F. Ackley

96-100
The role of incoming waves in ice-edge dynamics
Vernon A. Squire and Colin Fox

101-108
Coupling between the ocean and an ice shelf
Colin Fox and Vernon A. Squire

109-114
Transient sub-surface uplift of a floating ice sheet
J.P. Dempsey and Z.G. Zhao

115-118
Relationship between tidewater glacier calving velocity and water depth at the calving front
Mauri S. Pelto and Charles R. Warren

119-124
Sedimentary processes may cause fluctuations of tidewater glaciers
Richard B. Alley

125-131
Massive, ancient sea-ice strata and preserved physical-structural characteristics in the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf
Martin O. Jeffries

132-138
Relict flow stripes on the Ross Ice Shelf
G. Casassa, K.C. Jezek, J. Turner and I.M. Whillans

139-147
Mesoscale eddy formation and evolution in the ice-covered ocean
Motoyoshi Ikeda

148-154
A quasi-analytical model for the under-ice boundary layer
Miles G. McPhee

155-162
Interannual characteristics of an 80 km resolution diagnostic Arctic ice-ocean model
John E. Ries and William D. Hibler, III

163-170
Estimates of ice-edge melt rates off Labrador and eastern Newfoundland, Canada
S.J. Prinsenberg, I.K. Peterson and G.A. Fowler

171-177
Oceanographic and meteorological effects on autumn sea-ice distribution in the western Arctic
Robin D. Muench, Carol H. Pease and Sigrid A. Salo

178-183
Energy flux density estimation over sea ice based on satellite passive microwave measurements
Konrad Steffen

184-190
Ocean-atmosphere energy exchange overe thin variable concentration Antarctic pack ice
A.P. Worby and Ian Allison

191-195
Application of an atmospheric boundary layer model to a large-scale coupled sea-ice-oceanic mixed-layer model for the Southern Ocean
Achim Stössel

196-203
The physical basis for a dynamic Antarctic sea-ice model for use with an atmospheric GCM
W.F. Budd, Ian Simmonds and Xingren Wu

204-209
Image analysis of sea-ice thin sections: a step towards automated texture classification
Hajo Eicken and Manfred A. Lange

210-215
Textural characteristics of sea ice and the major mechanisms of ice growth in the Weddell Sea
M.A. Lange and H. Eicken

216-221
The effect of confinement on the brittle compressive fracture of ice
E.M. Schulson, D.E. Jones and G.A. Kuehn

222-229
Microcrack nucleation in granular ice under uniaxial compression: effect of grain-size and temperature
P. Kalifa, S.J. Jones and T.D. Slade

230-235
Notch-acuity effects on the fracture toughness of saline ice
S.J. DeFranco, Y. Wei and J.P. Dempsey

236-241
Fatigue-crack growth in fresh-water ice: preliminary results
Wilfrid A. Nixon and Larry J. Weber

242-246
The kinetic friction of saline ice against itself at low sliding velocities
D.E. Jones, F.E. Kennedy and E.M. Schulson

247-253
Energy exchanges during indentation tests in fresh-water ice
Devinder S. Sodhi

254-260
Evidence for pressure melting and heat generation by viscous flow of liquid in indentation and impact experiments on ice
Robert E. Gagnon and John Mølgaard

261-264
An Antarctic field study of the rheology and movement of a sea-ice floe aggregate
T.H. Jacka, R. Thwaites and J.C. Wilson

265-270
On the relationship between local stresses and strains in Arctic pack ice
W.B. Tucker, III, D.K. Perovich, M.A. Hopkins and W.D. Hibler, III

271-275
Ridge-sail statistics at the shear edge of Lancaster Sound, March 1984
M. Sayed and R.M.W. Frederking