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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 23

Proceedings of the EISMINT, International Symposium on Ice Sheet Modelling

held at Chamonix Mont Blanc, France,
18-22 September 1995
Cover: Annals Vol. 23

Editor: K. Hutter

Contents

1-12
The EISMINT benchmarks for testing ice-sheet models
Philippe Huybrechts, Tony Payne and the EISMINT Intercomparison Group

13-20
A thermomechanical model of ice-shelf flow
Vincent Rommelaere and Catherine Ritz

21-27
A computer scheme for rapid calculations of balance-flux distributions
W.F. Budd and R.C. Warner

28-35
A simplified multi-scale model for predicting climatic variations of the ice-sheet surface elevation in central Antarctica
Andrey N. Salamatin and Catherine Ritz

36-45
Mass-balance modelling of the Greenland ice sheet: a comparison of an energy-balance model and a degree-day model
R.S.W. van de Wal

46-51
An ice-shelf model test based on the Ross Ice Shelf
D.R. MacAyeal, V. Rommelaere, P. Huybrechts, C.L. Hulbe, J. Determann and C. Ritz

52-58
Modelled ice-sheet margins of three Greenland ice-sheet models compared with a geological record from ice-marginal deposits in central West Greenland
Frank G. M. van Tatenhove, Adeline Fabre, Ralf Greve and Philippe Huybrechts

59-67
Modelling of a marine glacier and ice-sheet--ice-shelf transition zone based on asymptotic analysis
Vladimir A. Chugunov and Alexander V. Wilchinsky

68-73
Ice-sheet surging and ice-stream formation
A.C. Fowler and C. Johnson

74-85
Time-step limits for stable solutions of the ice-sheet equation
Richard C.A. Hindmarsh and Antony J. Payne

86-93
An adaptive-grid finite-volume model of glacier-terminus fluctuations
Joseph K.-W. Lam and Julian A. Dowdeswell

94-104
Stability of ice rises and uncoupled marine ice sheets
R.C.A. Hindmarsh

105-115
Stochastic perturbation of divide position
R.C.A. Hindmarsh

116-123
Steady-state thermomechanical modelling of ice flow near the centre of large ice sheets with the finite-element technique
Christine Schøtt Hvidberg

124-128
On the gravity-driven shear flow of an ice--till mixture
T. Wu, K. Johnk, B. Svendsen and K. Hutter

129-137
Model experiments on the evolution and stability of ice streams
C.J. van der Veen and I.M. Whillans

138-143
Modeling heat, mass, and species transport in polar firn
Mary R. Albert

144-148
Increased ablation of Wisconsin ice in eastern north Greenland: observations and modelling
Carl Egede Bøggild, Hans Oerter and Tapani Tukiainen

149-153
Models of ice-atmosphere interactions for the Greenland ice sheet
Roger J. Braithwaite

154-159
Climate sensitivity of the ice cap of King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
Wouter H. Knap, Johannes Oerlemans and Martin Cadee

160-166
Characteristics of the lower ablation zone of the West Greenland ice sheet for energy-balance modelling
Michiel van den Broeke

167-173
Ice-sheets' surface mass-balance evaluation in the UGAMP GCM: the climate of Antarctica
I. Marsiat

174-180
A seasonal energy-balance climate model for coupling to ice-sheet models
André Paul

181-186
On elevation models as input for mass-balance calculations of the Greenland ice sheet
R.S.W. van de Wal and S. Ekholm

187-193
Present and future mass balance of the ice sheets simulated with GCM
Atsumu Ohmura, Martin Wild and Lennart Bengtsson

194-201
Modelling fabric development along the GRIP ice core, central Greenland
O. Castelnau, Th. Thorsteinsson, J. Kipfstuhl, P. Duval and G.R. Canova

202-208
An anisotropic flow law for ice-sheet ice and its implications
Nobuhiko Azuma and Kumiko Goto-Azuma

209-216
Mapping of glacial motion and surface topography of Hielo Patagónico Norte, Chile, using satellite SAR L-band interferometry data
Eric Rignot, Rick Forster and Bryan Isacks

217-225
Ocean tides under the Filchner--Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica
M.J. Smithson, A.V. Robinson and R.A. Flather

226-236
Basal temperature conditions of the Greenland ice sheet during the glacial cycles
Philippe Huybrechts

237-246
Numerical modelling of a fast-flowing outlet glacier: experiments with different basal conditions
Frank Pattyn

247-252
Deformation rates in combined compression and shear for ice which is initially isotropic and after the development of strong anisotropy
Li Jun, T.H. Jacka and W.F. Budd

253-261
A model for the tangent viscous behaviour of anisotropic polar ice
Jacques Meyssonnier and Armelle Philip

262-269
A continuum approach for modelling induced anisotropy in glaciers and ice sheets
Bob Svendsen and Kolumban Hutter

270-276
The relative strengths of debris-laden basal ice and clean glacier ice: some evidence from Taylor Glacier, Antarctica
Wendy Lawson

277-283
Ice-sheet flow features and rheological parameters derived from precise altimetric topography
F. Rémy, C. Ritz and L. Brisset

284-292
Experimental fracture and mechanical properties of Antarctic ice: preliminary results
M.A. Rist, P.R. Sammonds, S.A.F. Murrell, P.G. Meredith, H. Oerter and C.S.M. Doake

293-302
Development of microstructure in the high-temperature deformation of ice
Christopher J.L. Wilson and Yanhua Zhang

303-308
Glaciation, erosion and the evolution of the Transantarctic Mountains
Andrew Kerr and Alan Gilchrist

309-317
A comparison of different ways of dealing with isostasy: examples from modelling the Antarctic ice sheet during the last glacial cycle
Emmanuel Le Meur and Philippe Huybrechts

318-327
Isostatic postglacial rebound over Fennoscandia with a self-gravitating spherical visco-elastic Earth model
E. Le Meur

328-335
Dynamic/thermodynamic simulations of Laurentide ice-sheet instability
R. Greve and D.R. MacAyeal

336-347
Sensitivity tests of coupled ice-sheet/ice-stream dynamics in the EISMINT experimental ice block
Shawn J. Marshall and Garry K.C. Clarke

348-351
Heinrich-scale oscillations as an internal property of ice sheets
Barry Saltzman and Mikhail Ya. Verbitsky

352-358
Isostatic uplift in the late Weichselian Barents Sea: implications for ice-sheet growth
M.J. Siegert and W. Fjeldskaar

359-363
250 000 years in history of Greenland's ice sheet
Magnus Weis, K. Hutter and Reinhard Calov

364-373
Geometric boundary conditions for modelling the velocity field of the Antarctic ice sheet
Jonathan L. Bamber and Philippe Huybrechts

374-381
Antarctic topography and kilometre-scale roughness derived from ERS-1 altimetry
Laurence Brisset and Frédérique Rémy

382-387
Polythermal modelling of steady states of the Antarctic ice sheet in comparison with the real world
I. Hansen and R. Greve

388-395
Movement and structural features observed in ice masses, Framnes Mountains, Mac. Robertson Land, East Antarctica
B.A. Marmo and J. Dawson

396-401
Models for strain localization in Law Dome, Antarctica
R.J.M. Rowden-Rich and C.J.L. Wilson