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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 17

Proceedings of the Symposium on Remote Sensing of Snow and Ice

held in Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.,
17-22 May 1992
Cover: Annals Vol. 17

Editor: K. Steffen

Contents

1-16
Snow and ice applications of AVHRR in polar regions: report of a workshop held in Boulder, Colorado, 20 May 1992
K. Steffen, R. Bindschadler, G. Casassa, J. Comiso, D. Eppler, F. Fetterer, J. Hawkins, J. Key, D. Rothrock, R. Thomas, R. Weaver and R. Welch

17-22
Surface reflectance of Hintereisferner, Austria, from Landsat 5 TM imagery
Robert Koelemeijer, Johannes Oerlemans and Stephen Tjemkes

23-26
Helicopter-borne radio-echo sounding of Svartisen, Norway
Michael Kennett, Tron Laumann and Cecile Lund

27-34
Studies of snow surface characteristics by Landsat TM in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Jan-Gunnar Winther

35-40
Airborne bidirectional radiances of snow-covered surfaces in Montana, U.S.A.
D.K. Hall, J.L. Foster, J.R. Irons and P.W. Dabney

41-48
Satellite monitoring of ice and snow conditions in the Sør Rondane Mountains, Antarctica
Frank Pattyn and Hugo Decleir

49-54
AVHRR surface temperature and narrow-band albedo comparison with ground measurements for the Greenland ice sheet
M. Haefliger, K. Steffen and C. Fowler

55-62
Undulating topography on the Antarctic ice sheet revealed by NOAA AVHRR images
Katsumoto Seko, Teruo Furukawa, Fumihiko Nishio and Okitsugu Watanabe

63-71
Glaciological study in Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica, inferred from remote sensing analysis
Massimo Frezzotti

72-76
Measurements of snow- and glacier-covered areas with single-polarization SAR
Shi Jiancheng and Jeff Dozier

77-85
Geostatistical evaluation of satellite radar altimetry for high-resolution mapping of Lambert Glacier, Antarctica
Ute C. Herzfeld, Craig S. Lingle and Li-her Lee

86-92
Snow grain-size determination from Landsat imagery over Terre Adélie, Antarctica
Barbara Bourdelles and Michel Fily

93-97
Co-registration of an Antarctic digital elevation model with SSM/I brightness temperatures
J.D. Wilson and K.C. Jezek

98-104
Multifrequency and polarimetric SAR obervations on alpine glaciers
Helmut Rott and Robert E. Davis

105-112
Digital comparison of high resolution Sojuzkarta KFA-1000 imagery of ice masses with Landsat and SPOT data
J.A. Dowdeswell, M.R. Gorman, Yu Ya Macheret, M.Yu Moskalevsky and J.O. Hagen

113-120
Limitations imposed by cloud cover on multitemporal visible band satellite data sets from polar regions
G.J. Marshall, W.G. Rees and J.A. Dowdeswell

121-124
Mapping alpine snow using a spectral mixture modelling technique
Anne W. Nolin, Jeff Dozier and Leal A.K. Mertes

125-130
Passive microwave measurements of tundra and taiga snow covers in Alaska, U.S.A.
Matthew Sturm, Thomas C. Grenfell and Donald K. Perovich

131-136
Comparison of SMMR and SSM/I passive microwave data collected over Antarctica
Kenneth C. Jezek, Carolyn J. Merry and Don J. Cavalieri

137-142
Use of snow cover derived from satellite passive microwave data as an indicator of climate change
B.E. Goodison and A.E. Walker

143-148
Towards predicting temporal changes of the spectral signature of snow in visible and near- infrared wavelengths
Robert E. Davis, Anne W. Nolin, Rachel Jordan and Jeff Dozier

149-154
Satellite passive microwave observations and analysis of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice, 1978-1987
Per Gloersen, William J. Campbell, Donald J. Cavalieri, Josefino C. Comiso, Claire L. Parkinson and H.Jay Zwally

155-160
Multi-temporal microwave satellite observation of snowpacks
Anthony Wankiewicz

161-166
Comparison of the passive microwave spectral signature of the Antarctic ice sheet with ground traverse data
Sylviane Surdyk and Michel Fily

167-170
Photogrammetric analysis of 1984-89 surface altitude change of the partially debris-covered Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood, Oregon, U.S.A.
S.C. Lundstrom, A.E. McCafferty and J.A. Coe

171-176
Snow depths and grain-size relationships with relevance for passive microwave studies
Richard L. Armstrong, Alfred Chang, Albert Rango and Edward Josberger

177-182
Complex ice stream flow revealed by sequential satellite imagery
Ted A. Scambos and Robert Bindschadler

183-188
Characterization of a hoar-development episode using SSM/I brightness temperatures in the vicinity of the GISP2 site, Greenland
Christopher A. Shuman, Richard B. Alley and Sridhar Anandakrishnan

189-194
Climate signals from SSM/I observations of marginal ice shelves
J.K. Ridley

195-200
Precise altimetric topography in ice-sheet flow studies
F. Rémy and J.F. Minster

201-206
Retrieval of surface radiative fluxes on the marginal zone of sea ice from operational satellite data
Claude Kergomard, Bernard Bonnel and Yves Fouquart

207-210
Determination of the interannual variability of the Bering Strait transport from satellite data
T.J. Irwin, S. Martin and E.A. Munoz

211-218
A synthesis of remote sensing data on Wilkins Ice Shelf, Antarctica
D.G. Vaughan, D.R. Mantripp, J. Sievers and C.S.M. Doake

219-226
The response of lead patterns in the Beaufort Sea to storm-scale wind forcing
Bernard A. Walter and James E. Overland

227-232
The detectability of sea-ice leads in satellite data as a function of atmospheric conditions and measurement scale
J. Key, R. Stone, J. Maslanik and E. Ellefsen

233-238
Passive microwave-derived spatial and temporal variations of summer melt on the Greenland ice sheet
Thomas L. Mote, Mark R. Anderson, Karl C. Kuivinen and Clinton M. Rowe

239-244
Velocity measurements and changes in position of Thwaites Glacier/iceberg tongue from aerial photography, Landsat images and NOAA AVHRR data
J.G. Ferrigno, B.K. Lucchitta, K.F. Mullins, A.L. Allison, R.J. Allen and W.G. Gould

245-249
Toward the satellite monitoring of glacier changes on Mount Kenya
Stefan Hastenrath

250-254
Texture-based classification of cloud and ice-cap surface features
W.G. Rees and I-I Lin

255-261
Relief and decay of flow stripes on Byrd Glacier, Antarctica
G. Casassa and H.H. Brecher

262-268
Radar studies at the mouths of Ice Streams D and E, Antarctica
Robert W. Jacobel and Robert Bindschadler

269-275
Relation between ice sheet internal radio-echo reflections and ice fabric at Mizuho Station, Antarctica
Shuji Fujita and Shinji Mae

276-280
Dielectric anisotropy in ice Ih at 9.7 GHz
Shuji Fujita, Shinji Mae and Takeshi Matsuoka

281-287
Experimental investigation of optical snow properties
Claude Sergent, Evelyne Pougatch, Marcel Sudul and Barbara Bourdelles

288-294
Modelling the radiation budget of alpine snowfields with remotely sensed data: model formulation and validation
Claude R. Duguay

295-299
Stereological determination of dry-snow parameters for discrete-scatterer microwave modeling
Shi Jiancheng, Robert E. Davis and Jeff Dozier

300-306
Seasonal variations in brightness temperature for central Antarctica
C.J. van der Veen and K.C. Jezek

307-311
Discrimination of a wet snowcover using passive microwave satellite data
A.E. Walker and B.E. Goodison

312-316
Interpretation of basal ice conditions from radio-echo soundings in the eastern Heimefrontfjella and the southern Vestfjella mountain ranges, East Antarctica
Per Holmlund

317-321
Fast recession of the northern Larsen Ice Shelf monitored by space images
Pedro Skvarca

322-326
Snow conditions and hydrology of the upper Colorado River basin from satellite passive microwave observations
Edward G. Josberger, William J. Campbell, Per Gloersen, Alfred T.C. Chang and Al Rango

327-331
Interannual variations in snow melt over Arctic sea ice and relationships to atmospheric forcing
Mark C. Serreze, James A. Maslanik, Gregory R. Scharfen, Roger G. Barry and David A. Robinson

332-336
Description of a program for SAR investigation of the Greenland ice sheet and an example of margin change detection using SAR
Mark A. Fahnestock and Robert A. Bindschadler

337-343
Active and passive microwave signatures of Antarctic firn by means of field measurements and satellite data
Helmut Rott, Klaus Sturm and Heinz Miller

344-350
Comparison of SSM/I ice-concentration algorithms for the Weddell Sea
Barbara A. Burns

351-355
Detection of coastal polynyas with passive microwave data
Thorsten Markus and Barbara A. Burns

356-366
Antarctic glacier-tongue velocities from Landsat images: first results
B.K. Lucchitta, K.F. Mullins, A.L. Allison and J.G. Ferrigno

367-371
Hemispheric snow cover from satellites
David A. Robinson

372-378
Comparison and integration of ice-pack temperatures derived from AVHRR and passive microwave imagery
J. Maslanik and J. Key

379-385
Geodetic airborne laser altimetry of Breidamerkurjökull and Skeidarárjöjull, Iceland, and Jakobshavns Isbræ, West Greenland
James B. Garvin and Richard S. Williams Jr.

386-390
Cloud screening in AVHRR digital data over Arctic regions
Sonia C. Gallegos, Jeffrey D. Hawkins and Chiu Fu Cheng

391-397
The calculation of surface temperature and albedo of Arctic sea ice from AVHRR
R. Lindsay and D. Rothrock

398-404
Data set of Arctic AVHRR imagery for the study of leads
Florence Fetterer and Jeffrey Hawkins

405-413
Sea-ice tracking on the east coast of Canada using NOAA AVHRR imagery
T. Heacock, T. Hirose, F. Lee, M. Manore and B. Ramsay

414-420
A systematized approach to AVHRR image navigation
D.G. Baldwin and W.J. Emery