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Annals 53(60) papers

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Part 1

Relationships between iceberg plumes and sea-ice conditions on northeast Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut, Canada
Emilie HERDES, Luke COPLAND, Brad DANIELSON, Martin SHARP
1–9

Basal crevasses and associated surface crevassing on the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctica, and their role in ice-shelf instability
Daniel McGRATH, Konrad STEFFEN, Ted SCAMBOS, Harihar RAJARAM, Gino CASASSA, Jose Luis RODRIGUEZ LAGOS
10–18

Tropical forcing of Circumpolar Deep Water Inflow and outlet glacier thinning in the Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica
E.J. STEIG, Q. DING, D.S. BATTISTI, A. JENKINS
19–28

Radar characterization of the basal interface across the grounding zone of an ice-rise promontory in East Antarctica
Kenichi MATSUOKA, Frank PATTYN, Denis CALLENS, Howard CONWAY
29–34

Tidewater glacier fluctuations in central East Greenland coastal and fjord regions (1980s–2005)
Hester JISKOOT, Dan JUHLIN, Heather ST PIERRE, Michele CITTERIO
35–44

The influence of ice melange on fjord seiches
Douglas R. MacAYEAL, Julian FREED-BROWN, Wendy W. ZHANG, Jason M. AMUNDSON
45–49

Estimating ocean heat transports and submarine melt rates in Sermilik Fjord, Greenland, using lowered acoustic Doppler current
profiler (LADCP) velocity profiles

David A. SUTHERLAND, Fiammetta STRANEO
50–58

Adjoint sensitivities of sub-ice-shelf melt rates to ocean circulation under the Pine Island Ice Shelf, West Antarctica
Patrick HEIMBACH, Martin LOSCH
59–69

Surface mass balance and stable oxygen isotope ratios from shallow firn cores on Fimbulisen, East Antarctica
E. SCHLOSSER, H. ANSCHÜTZ, E. ISAKSSON, T. MARTMA, D. DIVINE, O.-A. NØST
70–78

Observing calving-generated ocean waves with coastal broadband seismometers, Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland
Jason M. AMUNDSON, John F. CLINTON, Mark FAHNESTOCK, Martin TRUFFER, Martin P. LÜTHI, Roman J. MOTYKA
79–84

Blocking a wave: frequency band gaps in ice shelves with periodic crevasses
Julian FREED-BROWN, Jason M. AMUNDSON, Douglas R. MacAYEAL, Wendy W. ZHANG
85–89

Testing the effect of water in crevasses on a physically based calving model
S. COOK, T. ZWINGER, I.C. RUTT, S. O'NEEL, T. MURRAY
90–96

Resolution requirements for grounding-line modelling: sensitivity to basal drag and ice-shelf buttressing
Rupert M. GLADSTONE, Antony J. PAYNE, Stephen L. CORNFORD
97–105

Impact of hydrodynamics on seismic signals generated by iceberg collisions
Jason M. AMUNDSON, Justin C. BURTON, Sergio CORREA-LEGISOS
106–112

Passive underwater acoustic evolution of a calving event
Erin C. PETTIT
113–122

The role of Pine Island Glacier ice shelf basal channels in deep-water upwelling, polynyas and ocean circulation in Pine Island Bay, Antarctica
Kenneth D. MANKOFF, Stanley S. JACOBS, Slawek M. TULACZYK, Sharon E. STAMMERJOHN
123–128

Impact of ice-shelf basal melting on inland ice-sheet thickness: a model study
Jürgen DETERMANN, Malte THOMA, Klaus GROSFELD, Sylvia MASSMANN
129–135

Part 2

Optical-televiewer-based identification and characterization of material facies associated with an Antarctic ice-shelf rift
Bryn HUBBARD, Jean-Louis TISON, Frank PATTYN, Marie DIERCKX, Thierry BOEREBOOM, Denis SAMYN
137–146

Glaciar Jorge Montt (Chilean Patagonia) dynamics derived from photos obtained by fixed cameras and satellite image feature tracking
Andrés RIVERA, Javier CORRIPIO, Claudio BRAVO, Sebastián CISTERNAS
147–155

Sensitivity of the ice-shelf/ocean system to the sub-ice-shelf cavity shape measured by NASA IceBridge in Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
Michael P. SCHODLOK, Dimitris MENEMENLIS, Eric RIGNOT, Michael STUDINGER
156–162

Response of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, to ocean gravity-wave forcing
Peter D. BROMIRSKI, Ralph A. STEPHEN
163–172

Ice-flow sensitivity to boundary processes: a coupled model study in the Vostok Subglacial Lake area, Antarctica
Malte THOMA, Klaus GROSFELD, Christoph MAYER, Frank PATTYN
173–180

Oceanic mechanical forcing of a marine-terminating Greenland glacier
Jacob I. WALTER, Jason E. BOX, Slawek TULACZYK, Emily E. BRODSKY, Ian M. HOWAT, Yushin AHN, Abel BROWN
181–192

Dynamic instability of marine-terminating glacier basins of Academy of Sciences Ice Cap, Russian High Arctic
Geir MOHOLDT, Torborg HEID, Toby BENHAM, Julian A. DOWDESWELL
193–201

Characteristics of ocean waters reaching Greenland's glaciers
Fiammetta STRANEO, David A. SUTHERLAND, David HOLLAND, Carl GLADISH, Gordon S. HAMILTON, Helen L. JOHNSON, Eric RIGNOT, Yun XU, Michele KOPPES
202–210

Formation of ice-shelf moraines by accretion of sea water and marine sediment at the southern margin of the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Sean FITZSIMONS, Sarah MAGER, Russell FREW, Andrew CLIFFORD, Gary WILSON
211–220

Sensitivity experiments for the Antarctic ice sheet with varied sub-ice-shelf melting rates
Tatsuru SATO, Ralf GREVE
221–228

Numerical experiments on subaqueous melting of Greenland tidewater glaciers in response to ocean warming and enhanced subglacial discharge
Yun XU, Eric RIGNOT, Dimitris MENEMENLIS, Michele KOPPES
229–234

Rock debris in an Antarctic ice shelf
K.W. NICHOLLS, H.F.J. CORR, K. MAKINSON, C.J. PUDSEY
235–240

Stable dynamics in a Greenland tidewater glacier over 26 years despite reported thinning
Suzanne L. BEVAN, Tavi MURRAY, Adrian J. LUCKMAN, Edward HANNA, Philippe HUYBRECHTS
241–248

Partitioning effects from ocean and atmosphere on the calving stability of Kangerdlugssuaq Glacier, East Greenland
Poul CHRISTOFFERSEN, Martin O'LEARY, Jan H. VAN ANGELEN, Michiel VAN DEN BROEKE
249–256

Spreading of warm ocean waters around Greenland as a possible cause for glacier acceleration
E. RIGNOT, I. FENTY, D. MENEMENLIS, Y. XU
257–266

The supply of subglacial meltwater to the grounding line of the Siple Coast, West Antarctica
S.P. CARTER, H.A. FRICKER
267–280

On the influence of Greenland outlet glacier bed topography on results from dynamic ice-sheet models
Ute C. HERZFELD, James FASTOOK, Ralf GREVE, Brian McDONALD, Bruce F. WALLIN, Phillip A. CHEN
281–293

Basal melting at the Ekström Ice Shelf, Antarctica, estimated from mass flux divergence
Niklas NECKEL, Reinhard DREWS, Wolfgang RACK, Daniel STEINHAGE
294–302

Ice-shelf basal melting in a global finite-element sea-ice/ice-shelf/ocean model
R. TIMMERMANN, Q. WANG, H.H. HELLMER
303–314

Annals 53(60) is now complete