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Ice-sheet mass balance: assessment, attribution and prognosis
Richard B. ALLEY, Matthew K. SPENCER, Sridhar ANANDAKRISHNAN
1 – 7

Ice-sheet elevation changes caused by variations of the firn compaction rate induced by satellite-observed temperature variations (1982-2003)
Jun LI, H. Jay ZWALLY, Josefino C. COMISO
8 – 13

Investigating small-scale variations of the recent accumulation rate in coastal Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
Helgard ANSCHÜTZ, Olaf EISEN, Hans OERTER, Daniel STEINHAGE, Mirko SCHEINERT
14 – 21

Three-dimensional flow influences on radar layer stratigraphy
G.J.-M.C. LEYSINGER VIELI, R.C.A. HINDMARSH, M.J. SIEGERT
22 – 28

Surface melting derived from microwave radiometers: a climatic indicator in Antarctica
G. PICARD, M. FILY, H. GALLEE
29 – 34

Satellite-derived surface type and melt area of the Greenland ice sheet using MODIS data from 2000 to 2005
Robert S. FAUSTO, Christoph MAYER, Andreas P. AHLSTRØM
35 – 42

Hurd Peninsula glaciers, Livingston Island, Antarctica, as indicators of regional warming: ice-volume changes during the period 1956-2000
C. MOLINA, F.J. NAVARRO, J. CALVET, D. GARCÍA-SELLÉS, J.J. LAPAZARAN
43 – 49

The impact of global change on low-elevation blue ice areas in Antarctica: a thermo-hydrodynamic modelling study
Kai Rasmus, Aike Beckmann
50 – 54

A time series of SAR data for monitoring changes in boundaries ofglacier zones on the Antarctic Peninsula
Jorge ARIGONY-NETO, Frank RAU, Helmut SAURER, Ricardo JAÑA, Jefferson Cardia SIMÕES, Steffen VOGT
55 – 60

Investigations of meltwater refreezing and density variations in the snowpack and firn within the percolation zone of the Greenland ice sheet
Victoria PARRY, Peter NIENOW, Douglas MAIR, Julian SCOTT, Bryn HUBBARD, Konrad STEFFEN, Duncan WINGHAM
61 – 68

The response of a simple Antarctic ice-flow model to temperature and sea-level fluctuations over the Cenozoic era
C.I. VAN TUYLL, R.S.W. VAN DE WAL, J. OERLEMANS
69 – 77

Investigation of the impact of Antarctic ice-shelf melting in a global ice-ocean model (ORCA2-LIM)
Caixin WANG, Aike BECKMANN
78 – 82

Changes in speed near the onset of Bindschadler Ice Stream, West Antarctica
J. Paul WINBERRY, Sridhar ANANDAKRISHNAN, Andrew M. SMITH
83 – 86

An improved numerical scheme to compute horizontal gradients at the ice-sheet margin: its effect on the simulated ice thickness and temperature
SAITO Fuyuki, Ayako ABE-OUCHI, Heinz BLATTER
87 – 96

Fast computation of a viscoelastic deformable Earth model for ice-sheet simulations
Ed BUELER, Craig S. LINGLE, Jed BROWN
97 – 105

Glacier geometry and elevation changes on Svalbard (1936–90): a baseline dataset
C. Nuth, J. Kohler, H.F. Aas, O. Brandt, J.O. Hagen
106 – 116

Positive mass balance during the late 20th century on Austfonna, Svalbard, revealed using satellite radar interferometry
Suzanne BEVAN, Adrian LUCKMAN, Tavi MURRAY, Helena SYKES, Jack KOHLER
117 – 122

'Calving laws', 'sliding laws' and the stability of tidewater glaciers
Douglas I. BENN, Nicholas R.J. HULTON, Ruth H. MOTTRAM
123 – 130

Geometry change between 1990 and 2003 at Finsterwalderbreen, a Svalbard surge-type glacier, from GPS profiling
Richard HODGKINS, Adrian FOX, Anne-Marie NUTTALL
131 – 135

Glacier change and climate forcing in recent decades at Gran Campo Nevado, southernmost Patagonia
M. MÖLLER, C. SCHNEIDER, R. KILIAN
136 – 144

Ice-volume changes of selected glaciers in the Swiss Alps since the end of the 19th century
Andreas BAUDER, Martin FUNK, Matthias HUSS
145 – 149

Integrated monitoring of mountain glaciers as key indicators of global climate change: the European Alps
Wilfried HAEBERLI, Martin HOELZLE, Frank PAUL, Michael ZEMP
150 – 160

A statistical mass-balance model for reconstruction of LIA ice mass for glaciers in the European Alps
Wolfgang SCHÖNER, Reinhard BÖHM
161 – 169

Relation between glacier-termini variations and summer temperature in Iceland since 1930
Oddur SIGURÐSSON, Trausti JÓNSSON, Tómas JÓHANNESSON
170 – 176

Glacier changes in the Austrian Alps during the last three decades, derived from the new Austrian glacier inventory
A. LAMBRECHT, M. KUHN
177 – 184

Recent glacier variations in Mongolia
KADOTA Tsutomu, Davaa GOMBO
185 – 188

DEM quality assessment for quantification of glacier surface change
Addy POPE, Tavi MURRAY, Adrian LUCKMAN
189 – 194

Recent glacier retreat in the Caucasus Mountains, Russia, and associated increase in supraglacial debris cover and supra-/proglacial lake development
C.R. STOKES, V. POPOVNIN, A. ALEYNIKOV, S.D. GURNEY, M. SHAHGEDANOVA
195 – 203

Glacier changes in the West Kunlun Mountains, China from 1970 to 2001 derived from Landsat TM/ETM+ and Chinese glacier inventory data
SHANGGUAN Donghui, LIU Shiyin, DING Yongjian, LI Jing, ZHANG Yong, DING Lianfu, WANG Xing, XIE Changwei, LI Gang
204 – 208

20th-century glacier fluctuations on Disko Island (Qeqertarsuaq), Greenland
Jacob C. YDE, N. Tvis KNUDSEN
209 – 214

Recent changes in glacier area and volume within the southern Canadian Cordillera
Christopher M. DeBEER, Martin J. SHARP
215 – 221

Spatial and morphological change on Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood, Oregon, USA
Keith M. JACKSON, Andrew G. FOUNTAIN
222 – 226

Energy-balance model validation on the top of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, using eddy covariance data
Nicolas J. CULLEN, Thomas MÖLG, Georg KASER, Konrad STEFFEN, Douglas
R. HARDY

227 – 233

Volume–area scaling vs flowline modelling in glacier volume projections
Valentina RADIC, Regine HOCK, Johannes OERLEMANS
234 – 240

Calibrating a surface mass-balance model for Austfonna ice cap, Svalbard
Thomas Vikhamar SCHULER, Even LOE, Andrea TAURISANO, Trond EIKEN, Jon Ove HAGEN, Jack KOHLER
241 – 248

Mass balance of Devon Ice Cap, Canadian Arctic
Andrew SHEPHERD, Zhijun DU, Toby J. BENHAM, Julian A. DOWDESWELL, Elizabeth M. MORRIS
249 – 254

Reconstruction of mass balance of glaciers in southern Norway back to 1948
L.A. RASMUSSEN, L.M. ANDREASSEN, H. CONWAY
255 – 260

Proxy data reconstructions of the Storglaciären (Sweden) mass-balance record back to AD 1500 on annual to decadal timescales
Hans W. LINDERHOLM, Peter JANSSON
261 – 267

Evolution of Rhonegletscher, Switzerland, over the past 125 years and in the future: application of an improved flowline model
Shin SUGIYAMA, Andreas BAUDER, Conradin ZAHNO, Martin FUNK
268 – 274

The non-synchronous response of Rabots Glaciär and Storglaciären, northern Sweden, to recent climate change: a comparative study
Keith A. BRUGGER
275 – 282

Response of glaciers in northwestern North America to future climate change: an atmosphere/glacier hierarchical modeling approach
Jing ZHANG, Uma S. BHATT, Wendell V. TANGBORN, Craig S. LINGLE
283 – 290

Glacier mass-balance fluctuations in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, USA
Edward G. JOSBERGER, William R. BIDLAKE, Rod S. MARCH, Ben W. KENNEDY
291 – 296

Glaciological conditions in seven contrasting regions estimated with the degree-day model
Roger J. BRAITHWAITE, Sarah C.B. RAPER
297 – 302

Contribution of glacier melt to stream runoff: if the climatically extreme summer of 2003 had happened in 1979...
Gernot R. KOBOLTSCHNIG, Wolfgang SCHÖNER, Massimiliano ZAPPA, Hubert HOLZMANN
303 – 308

Sensitivity of glacier runoff to summer snowfall events
Heidi ESCHER-VETTER, Matthias SIEBERS
309 – 315

Recent air-temperature changes in the Arctic
Rajmund PRZYBYLAK
316 – 324

Soluble ionic and oxygen isotopic compositions of a shallow firn profile,
Baishui glacier No. 1, southeastern Tibetan Plateau

Hongxi PANG, Yuanqing HE, Wilfred H. THEAKSTONE, David D. ZHANG
325 – 330

Long-term changes in the snow–firn pack stratigraphy on Ürümqi glacier No. 1, eastern Tien Shan, China
WANG Feiteng, LI Zhongqin, R. EDWARDS, LI Huilin
331 – 334

Assessing the possibility to couple the chemical signal in winter snow on Storglaciären, Sweden, to atmospheric climatology
Peter JANSSON, Hans W. LINDERHOLM, Rickard PETTERSSON, Torbjörn KARLIN, Carl-Magnus MÖRTH
335 – 341

Climate sensitivity of Storglaciären, Sweden: an intercomparison of mass-balance models using ERA-40 re-analysis and regional climate model data
Regine HOCK, Valentina RADIC, Mattias DE WOUL
342 – 348

20th-century variations in area of cirque glaciers and glacierets, Rocky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA
Matthew J. HOFFMAN, Andrew G. FOUNTAIN, Jonathan M. ACHUFF
349 – 354

Long-term change, interannual and intra-seasonal variability in climate and glacier mass balance in the central Greater Caucasus, Russia
M. SHAHGEDANOVA, V. POPOVNIN, A. ALEYNIKOV, D. PETRAKOV, C.R. STOKES
355 – 361

Temperature variations over the past millennium on the Tibetan Plateau revealed by four ice cores
YAO Tandong, DUAN Keqin, L.G. THOMPSON, WANG Ninglian, TIAN Lide, XU Baiqing, WANG Youqing, YU Wusheng
362 – 366

Long-term change of mass balance and the role of radiation
Atsumu OHMURA, Andreas BAUDER, Hans MÜLLER, Giovanni KAPPENBERGER
367 – 374

Variations of the snow physical parameters and their effects on albedo in Sapporo, Japan
Teruo AOKI, Hiroki MOTOYOSHI, Yuji KODAMA, Teppei J. YASUNARI, Konosuke SUGIURA
375 – 381

Observed changes of cryosphere in China over the second half of the 20th century: an overview
XIAO Cunde, LIU Shiyin, ZHAO Lin, WU Qingbai, LI Peiji, LIU Chunzhen, ZHANG Qiwen, DING Yongjian, YAO Tandong, LI Zhongqin, PU Jiancheng
382 – 390

Antarctic sea ice: a self-organizing map-based perspective
David B. REUSCH, Richard B. ALLEY
391 – 396

Some aspects of ice phenology on ponds in central Alaska, USA
Martin O. JEFFRIES, Kim MORRIS
397 – 403

A late-winter to early-spring temperature reconstruction for southeastern Norway from 1758 to 2006
Ø. NORDLI, E. LUNDSTAD, A.E.J. OGILVIE
404 – 408

Polynya Signature Simulation Method polynya area in comparison to AMSR-E 89GHz sea-ice concentrations in the Ross Sea and off the Adélie Coast, Antarctica, for 2002–05: first results
Stefan KERN, Gunnar SPREEN, Lars KALESCHKE, Sara DE LA ROSA, Georg HEYGSTER
409 – 418

Sea-ice thickness in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica: a comparison of model and upward-looking sonar data
Angelika H.H. RENNER, Victoria LYTLE
419 – 427

Whither Arctic sea ice? A clear signal of decline regionally, seasonally and extending beyond the satellite record
Walter N. MEIER, Julienne STROEVE, Florence FETTERER
428 – 434

Sea-ice mass-balance monitoring in an Arctic fjord
Sebastian GERLAND, Angelika H.H. RENNER
435 – 442

River-ice break-up/freeze-up: a review of climatic drivers, historical trends and future predictions
T.D. PROWSE, B.R. BONSAL, C.R. DUGUAY, M.P. LACROIX
443 – 451


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