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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 5

Proceedings of the Symposium on Ice and Climate Modelling

held in Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A.,
27 June - 1 July 1983
Cover: Annals Vol. 5

Editor: S.H. Schneider

Contents

1-8
Mechanical properties of Dye 3 Greenland deep ice cores
Nobuhiko Azuma and Akira Higashi

9-15
Sea-ice and snow-cover data availability, needs and problems
R.G. Barry, R.G. Crane, R.L. Weaver and M.A. Anderson

16-17
Temporal variations in the 10Be concentration levels found in the Dye 3 ice core, Greenland
J. Beer, H. Oeschger, M. Andrée, G. Bonani, M. Suter, W. Wölfli and C.C. Langway Jr.

18-22
Modelling temperature distribution in Alpine glaciers
Heinz Blatter and Wilfried Haeberli

23-28
Rheology of an ice-floe field
Iain Bratchie

29-36
A three-dimensional time-dependent model of the West Antarctic ice sheet
W.F. Budd, D. Jenssen and I.N. Smith

37-42
Prospects for describing and monitoring from space the elements of the seasonal cycle of sea ice
F.D. Carsey

43-46
Reconstructing Pleistocene climatic change from the oxygen isotope composition of sediments: a review
Curt Covey

47-50
Ice-shelf densities from a comparison of radio echo and seismic soundings
C.S.M. Doake

51-55
Measurement of surface deformation of the Greenland ice sheet by satellite tracking
Alice Remington Drew and Ian M. Whillans

56-60
Geothermal effects of 18 ka BP ice conditions in the Swiss Plateau
Wilfried Haeberli, Werner Rellstab and William D. Harrison

61-68
Cryospheric impacts of Soviet river diversion schemes
T. Holt, P.M. Kelly and B.S.G. Cherry

69-74
Statistical-dynamical model of accumulation on the Greenland ice sheet
Richard A. Keen

75-80
Sea ice budget studies of Baffin Bay using a numerical ice model
T.E. Keliher and J.S. Foley

81-84
Introduction to a new sea-ice database
Richard W. Knight

85-87
Sensitivity of late-glacial and Holocene climates to the combined effects of orbital parameter changes and lower boundary condition changes: "snapshot" simulations with a general circulation model for 18, 9 and 6 ka BP
John E. Kutzbach and P.J. Guetter

88-94
Late-glacial maximum-Holocene atmospheric and ice-thickness changes from Antarctic ice-core studies
C. Lorius, D. Raynaud, J.-R. Petit, J. Jouzel and L. Merlivat

95-99
A cross-sectional model for West Antarctica
B.J. McInnes and W.F. Budd

100-105
Ice-age climate and continental ice sheets: some experiments with a general circulation model
S. Manabe and A.J. Broccoli

106-110
Dynamical heat-flux feedbacks and global climate stability
Gyula Molnar and Wei-Chung Wang

111-114
An atmospherically driven sea-ice drift model for the Bering Sea
C.H. Pease and J.E. Overland

115-121
Reconstruction of the glacial ice covers of Greenland and the Canadian Arctic islands by three-dimensional, perfectly plastic ice-sheet modelling
N. Reeh

122-126
Ablation and heat balance of the Yukikabe snow patch in the Daisetsu Mountains, Hokkaido, Japan
A. Sato, S. Takahashi, R. Naruse and G. Wakahama

127-132
Mean summer temperatures and circulation in a south-west Norwegian mountain area during the Atlantic Period, based upon changes of the Alpine pine-forest limit
L. Selsing and E. Wishman

133-140
Modeling the ocean in climate studies
Albert J. Semtner Jr.

141-148
Flow behavior of basal ice as related to modeling considerations
Hitoshi Shoji and Chester C. Langway Jr.

149-152
Lake sediments as continental 18O records from the glacial/post-glacial transition
U. Siegenthaler, U. Eicher, H. Oeschger and W. Dansgaard

153-159
Transient temperature changes due to increasing CO2 using simple models
U. Siegenthaler and H. Oeschger

160-164
Atmospheric CO2 concentration during the last glaciation
B. Stauffer, H. Hofer, H. Oeschger, J. Schwander and U. Siegenthaler

165-169
Glacier flexure and the position of grounding lines: measurements by tiltmeter on Rutford Ice Stream, Antarctica
S.N. Stephenson

170-176
A model simulation of 20 years of Northern Hemisphere sea-ice fluctuations
John E. Walsh, William D. Hibler III and Becky Ross

177-179
Review
Impurities in snow: effects on albedo and snowmelt
Stephen G. Warren

180-184
Ice-sheet modeling
J. Weertman and G.E. Birchfield

185-190
Ice flow leading to the deep core hole at Dye 3, Greenland
I.M. Whillans, K.C. Jezek, A.R. Drew and N. Gundestrup

191-198
Observing polar-ice variability
H.Jay Zwally

199-200
Abstract
Inland ice-sheet thinning near Dome C, East Antarctica, caused by post-Wisconsinan sea-level rise
Richard B. Alley and Ian M. Whillans

200
Abstract
On long-period internal oscillations in a simple climate model with an ice sheet
G.E. Birchfield and J. Weertman

201
Abstract
Is there a tie between atmospheric CO2 content and ocean circulation?
Wallace S. Broecker and Taro Takahashi

201
Abstract
A reconstruction of the coastal Antarctic climate and summer sea-ice position at 18 ka BP
David H. Bromwich

202
Abstract
Modelling the surface of the Antarctic ice sheet for satellite radar altimeter studies
D.J. Drewry, N.F. McIntyre, A.P.R. Cooper and E. Novotny

203
Abstract
Proxy records of Quaternary climate
John Imbrie

204-207
Abstract
Simulation of the HDO and H218O cycles in an Atmospheric general circulation model
Sylvie Joussaume, Robert Sadourny and Jean Jouzel

208-210
Abstract
Simulation of desert dust cycles in an atmospheric general circulation model
S Joussaume, I. Rasool, R. Sadourny and J.-R. Petit

211
Abstract
Late-glacial palaeogeographic reconstruction models for Norwegian fjord areas
Kjell Kjenstad and Johan Ludvig Sollid

212
Abstract
Thirty years of mass balance and climate records on Hintereisferner: a basis for modelling
M. Kuhn

212-213
Abstract
Sensitivity of an ice-sheet model to atmospheric variables
Tamara Shapiro Ledley

213-214
Abstract
The predictability of glaciation cycles
H. Le Treut and M. Ghil

215-216
Abstract
A numerical ice-stream model: application to Holocene retreat in the Ross Sea, West Antarctica
Craig S. Lingle and James A. Clark

216-217
Abstract
Tides, tidally driven barotropic circulation and the formation of tidal fronts below the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Douglas R. MacAyeal

217-219
Abstract
A time-dependent simulation of the Ross Ice Shelf flow
Douglas R. MacAyeal and Robert H. Thomas

219-221
Abstract
Computer simulation of the ice sheet in the Shirase basin, Antarctica
M. Nagao, M. Nakawo and A. Higashi

221-222
Abstract
model of the Antarctic ice sheet including thermodynamics
J. Oerlemans

222
Abstract
Southern Ocean sea-ice response to atmospheric warming
Claire L. Parkinson and Robert A. Bindschadler

222-223
Abstract
Past accumulation rates at Camp Century and Devon Island, deduced from ice-core measurements
W.S.B. Paterson and E.D. Waddington

223
Abstract
A spectral model of the ice-age cycle with glacial isostatic adjustment
W.R. Peltier

224
Abstract
The CO2 record in ice cores: a reconstruction of the atmospheric evolution between 18 ka BP and 1850 AD
D. Raynaud and J.M. Barnola

225
Abstract
Snow and ice feedback and climate sensitivity
Alan Robock

225-227
Abstract
Modeling the late-Quaternary glacial variations with multi-component climatic systems
B. Saltzman

228
Abstract
Coupling models of climate subsystems: sensitivity experiments
Stephen H. Schneider

229
Abstract
The climatic response of the Arctic Ocean to Soviet river diversions
Albert J. Semtner Jr.

230-233
Abstract
Probing the Holocene-Wisconsin boundary in polar ice sheets
Sion Shabtaie and Charles R. Bentley

234
Abstract
Wave-number analysis of ice-flow modelling
E.D. Waddington

234-236
Abstract
The effect of land-sea distribution on ice-sheet formation
Robert G. Watts and M.Ehteshamul Hayder

236-237
Abstract
A global paleoclimatic database for 6 and 9 ka BP
Thompson Webb III

238
Abstract
The effect of the palaeo-temperature regime on present temperature depth profiles in ice sheets
N.W. Young

239
Abstract
Past changes of the Antarctic ice sheet in Terre Adélie as deduced from ice-core data and ice modelling
N.W. Young, D. Raynaud, M. de Angelis, J.-R. Petit and C. Lorius

241-243
The IGS symposium on ice and climate modeling: an overview
Uwe Radok