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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 29

Papers from the Sixth International Symposium on Antarctic Glaciology
(ISAG-6)

held at Lanzhou, China,
5-9 September, 1998
Cover: Annals Vol. 29

Editor: T.H. Jacka

Contents

1-9
Accumulation studies on Amundsenisen, Dronning Maud Land, by means of tritium, dielectric profiling and stable-isotope measurements: first results from the 1995-96 and 1996-97 field seasons
Hans Oerter, Wolfgang Graf, Frank Wilhelms, Andreas Minikin and Heinz Miller

10-16
Spatial variability at shallow snow-layer depths in central Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
Cecilia Richardson and Per Holmlund

17-22
Accumulation and proxy-temperature variability in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, determined from shallow firn cores
Elisabeth Isaksson, Michiel R. van den Broeke, Jan-Gunnar Winther, Lars Karlöf, Jean Francis Pinglot and Niels Gundestrup

23-28
Surface accumulation on Foundation Ice Stream, Antarctica
Wolfgang Graf, Oskar Reinwarth, Hans Oerter, Christoph Mayer and Astrid Lambrecht

29-32
Variations of snow accumulation and temperature over past decades in the Lambert Glacier basin, Antarctica
Ren Jiawen, Qin Dahe and Ian Allison

33-37
Variability in snow layering and snow chemistry in the vicinity of two drill sites in western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Malin Stenberg, Margareta Hansson, Per Holmlund and Lars Karlöf

38-44
Seasonal variations of glaciochemical, isotopic and stratigraphic properties in Siple Dome (Antarctica) surface snow
K.J. Kreutz, P.A. Mayewski, M.S. Twickler, S.I. Whitlow, J.W.C. White, C.A. Shuman, C.F. Raymond, H. Conway and J.R. McConnell

45-48
Climatic stability of the geographic origin of Antarctic precipitation simulated by an atmospheric general circulation model
Gilles Delaygue, Valérie Masson and Jean Jouzel

49-54
The annual cycle of meteorological variables and the surface energy balance on Berkner Island, Antarctica
Carleen Reijmer, Wouter Greuell and Johannes Oerlemans

55-60
The Weddell Sea region: an important precipitation channel to the interior of the Antarctic ice sheet as revealed by glaciochemical investigation of surface snow along the longest trans-Antarctic route
Qin Dahe, Paul A. Mayewski, Ren Jiawen, Xiao Cunde and Sun Junying

61-65
Simulations of Southern Hemisphere warming and Antarctic sea-ice changes using global climate models
Xingren Wu, W.F. Budd and T.H. Jacka

66-72
Antarctic aerosol and snowfall chemistry: implications for deep Antarctic ice-core chemistry
Michel Legrand, Eric Wolff and Dietmar Wagenbach

73-76
Different post-depositional processes of NO3- in snow layers in East Antarctica and on the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Hou Shugui, Qin Dahe and Ren Jiawen

77-83
Sea-spray and marine biogenic seasonal contribution to snow composition at Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica
R. Udisti, S. Becagli, E. Castellano, R. Traversi, S. Vermigli and G. Piccardi

84-88
Sulfur-containing species in a snow pit in the Lambert Glacier basin, East Antarctica
Sun Junying, Ren Jiawen, Qin Dahe and Wang Xiaoxiang

89-93
Comparison of Holocene electrical records from Dome C and Vostok, Antarctica
Eric Wolff, Isabelle Basile, Jean-Robert Petit and Jakob Schwander

94-98
Lead pollution in Antarctic surface snow revealed along the route of the International Trans-Antarctic Expedition
Qin Dahe, Paul A. Mayewski, W. Berry Lyons, Sun Junying and Hou Shugui

99-105
The Pinatubo eruption in South Pole snow and its potential value to ice-core paleovolcanic records
Jihong Cole-Dai and Ellen Mosley-Thompson

106-112
200 years of isotope and chemical records in a firn core from Hercules Névé, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica
B. Stenni, R. Caprioli, L. Cimino, C. Cremisini, O. Flora, R. Gragnani, A. Longinelli, V. Maggi and S. Torcini

113-120
Chemical characterisation of a volcanic event (about AD 1500) at Styx Glacier plateau, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica
R. Udisti, C. Barbante, E. Castellano, S. Vermigli, R. Traversi, G. Capodaglio and G. Piccardi

121-125
Volcanic eruptions recorded in an ice core from Collins Ice Cap, King George Island, Antarctica
Han Jiankang, Xie Zichu, Dai Fengnian and Zhang Wanchang

126-130
Tephra layers in the Dome Fuji (Antarctica) deep ice core
Y. Fujii, M. Kohno, H. Motoyama, S. Matoba, O. Watanabe, S. Fujita, N. Azuma, T. Kikuchi and T. Fukuoka

131-135
Permafrost as a climatic indicator in northern Victoria Land, Antarctica
M. Guglielmin and F. Dramis

136-140
New evidence for enhanced cosmogenic isotope production rate in the atmosphere ~36 ka BP
Wang Ninglian, Yao Tandong, Qin Dahe, L.G. Thompson, E. Mosley-Thompson, J. Cole-Dai, M.E. Davis and P.-N. Lin

141-144
Near-surface temperatures in the Dome Summit South (Law Dome, East Antarctica) borehole
T.D. Van Ommen, V.I. Morgan, T.H. Jacka, S. Woon and A. Elcheikh

145-150
Monte Carlo inverse modelling of the Law Dome (Antarctica) temperature profile
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Vin Morgan and Alan Elcheikh

151-154
Apparatus for routine measurements of the thermal conductivity of ice cores
Crescenzo Festa and Aristide Rossi

155-162
A new automatic ice-fabric analyzer which uses image-analysis techniques
Wang Yun and Nobuhiko Azuma

163-168
Textures and fabrics in the Dome F (Antarctica) ice core
N. Azuma, Y. Wang, K. Mori, H. Narita, T. Hondoh, H. Shoji and O. Watanabe

169-175
Crystal-growth rates in firn and shallow ice at high-accumulation sites
Li Jun and T.H. Jacka

176-178
The palaeoclimate record in the ice core from Dome Fuji station, Antarctica
Okitsugu Watanabe, Kokichi Kamiyama, Hideaki Motoyama, Yoshiyuki Fujii, Hitoshi Shoji and Kazuhide Satow

179-183
Ice-sheet flow conditions deduced from mechanical tests of ice core
Atsushi Miyamoto, Hideki Narita, Takeo Hondoh, Hitoshi Shoji, Kunio Kawada, Okitsugu Watanabe, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Niels S. Gundestrup, Henrik B. Clausen and Paul Duval

184-190
Modeling of anisotropic ice flow in Law Dome, East Antarctica
W.L. Wang and Roland C. Warner

191-201
Simulated features of the air-hydrate formation process in the Antarctic ice sheet at Vostok
Andrey N. Salamatin, Vladimir Ya. Lipenkov, Takeo Hondoh and Tomoko Ikeda

202-206
Study of Lange Glacier on King George Island, Antarctica
Yu.Ya. Macheret and M.Yu. Moskalevsky

207-210
Characteristics of air bubbles and hydrates in the Dome Fuji ice core, Antarctica
Hideki Narita, Nobuhiko Azuma, Takeo Hondoh, Michiko Fujii, Mituo Kawaguchi, Shinji Mae, Hitoshi Shoji, Takao Kameda and Okitsugu Watanabe

211-214
A detailed density profile of the Dome Fuji (Antarctica) shallow ice core by X-ray transmission method
A. Hori, K. Tayuki, H. Narita, T. Hondoh, S. Fujita, T. Kameda, H. Shoji, N. Azuma, K. Kamiyama, Y. Fujii, H. Motoyama and O. Watanabe

215-219
Density log of a 181 m long ice core from Berkner Island, Antarctica
S. Gerland, H. Oerter, J. Kipfstuhl, F. Wilhelms, H. Miller and W. D. Miners

220-224
Morphology and variations of glacial drainage basins in the King George Island ice field, Antarctica
Jefferson C. Simões, Ulisses F. Bremer, Francisco E. Aquino and Francisco A. Ferron

225-230
A model of the glacial retreat of upper Rennick Glacier, Victoria Land, Antarctica
M. Meneghel, A. Bondesan, M.C. Salvatore and G. Orombelli

231-238
The newly developed airborne radio-echo sounding system of the AWI as a glaciological tool
U. Nixdorf, D. Steinhage, U. Meyer, L. Hempel, M. Jenett, P. Wachs and H. Miller

239-242
The response of the Ekströmisen (Antarctica) grounding zone to tidal forcing
Björn Riedel, Uwe Nixdorf, Michael Heinert, Alfons Eckstaller and Christoph Mayer

243-249
Velocity difference between the surface and base of Ice Stream B2, West Antarctica, from radar fading-pattern experiment
C. Liu, C.R. Bentley and N.E. Lord

250-254
Investigations of the mass balance of the southeastern Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica
A. Lambrecht, C. Mayer, H. Oerter and U. Nixdorf

255-260
34 year satellite time series to monitor characteristics, extent and dynamics of Larsen B Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula
Pedro Skvarca, Wolfgang Rack and Helmut Rott

261-266
The motion field of northern Larsen Ice Shelf, Antarctic Peninsula, derived from satellite imagery
Wolfgang Rack, Helmut Rott, Andreas Siegel and Pedro Skvarca

267-272
New maps of the ice thickness and subglacial topography in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, determined by means of airborne radio-echo sounding
D. Steinhage, U. Nixdorf, U. Meyer and H. Miller

273-278
The variability of Antarctic ice-sheet response to the climatic signal
Frank Pattyn

279-285
Geoscience Laser Altimeter System waveform simulation and its applications
Donghui Yi and Charles R. Bentley

286-290
Glaciological properties of the Antarctic ice sheet from RADARSAT-1 synthetic aperture radar imagery
Kenneth C. Jezek