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Annals of Glaciology
Volume 7

Proceedings of the Symposium on Snow and Ice Chemistry and the Atmosphere

held in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada,
19-24 August 1984
Cover: Annals Vol. 7

Editor: W.P. Adams

Contents

1-6
Glaciochemical studies and estimated net mass balances for Rennick Glacier area, Antarctica
Boyd Allen III, Paul A. Mayewski, W.Berry Lyons and Mary Jo Spencer

7-11
Assessing laboratory procedures for the decontamination of Polar snow or ice samples for the analysis of toxic metals and metalloids
Claude F. Boutron and Françoise M. Batifol

12-19
Trace elements in Antarctic air and snowfall
A.L. Dick and D.A. Peel

20-25
Spatial and temporal variations of snow chemistry in Terre Adélie (East Antarctica)
Michel Legrand and Robert J. Delmas

26-33
Snow stratigraphic record at South Pole: potential for paleoclimatic reconstruction
E. Mosley-Thompson, P.D. Kruss, L.G. Thompson, M. Pourchet and P. Grootes

34-41
Volcanic ash layers in bare ice areas near the Yamato Mountains, Dronning Maud Land and the Allan Hills, Victoria Land, Antarctica
Fumihiko Nishio, Takayoshi Katsushima and Hirokazu Ohmae

42-48
Particle morphology, composition and associated ice chemistry of tephra layers in the Byrd ice core: evidence for hydrovolcanic eruptions
J.M. Palais

49-53
Investigations of the oxygen-18 content of samples from snow pits and ice cores from the Filchner-Ronne ice shelves and Ekström ice shelf
O. Reinwarth, W. Graf, W. Stichler, H. Moser and H. Oerter

54-59
Gaseous components in the atmosphere and the historic record revealed by ice cores
B. Stauffer and H. Oeschger

60
Abstract
Acidity and DC conductivity in polar ice
E.W. Wolff and J.G. Paren

61-69
Closer to a true value for heavy metal concentrations in recent Antarctic snow by improved contamination control
E.W. Wolff and D.A. Peel

70-75
Sulphuric and nitric acid concentrations and spikes along a 200 m deep ice core at D 57 (Terre Adélie, Antarctica)
Françoise Zanolini, Robert J. Delmas and Michel Legrand

76-83
Stratigraphic noise in the time series derived from ice cores
David A. Fisher, Niels Reeh and H.B. Clausen

84-88
The glaciochemistry of snow-pits from Quelccaya Ice Cap, Peru, 1982
W.Berry Lyons, Paul A. Mayewski, Lonnie G. Thompson and Boyd Allen III

89
Abstract
Can high-altitude ice masses in temperate areas provide useful climatic records?
Paul A. Mayewski and W.Berry Lyons

90-93
Isotope studies of ice cores from a temperate Alpine glacier (Vernagtferner, Austria) with respect to the meltwater flow
H. Oerter, D. Baker, W. Stichler and W. Rauert

94-99
Applications of isotope geochemistry to research on Chinese glaciers
Wang Ping

100-108
Atmospheric particles: their physical and chemical characteristics, and deposition processes relevant to the chemical composition of glaciers
L.A. Barrie

109-116
Airborne pollen: a unique mass tracer, its influx to the Canadian High Arctic
J.C. Bourgeois, R.M. Koerner and B.T. Alt

117-124
A global oxygen isotope model - semi-empirical, zonally averaged
D.A. Fisher and B.T. Alt

125-129
The influence of atmospheric composition of volcanic eruptions as derived from ice-core analysis
C.U. Hammer

130
Abstract
Airborne precipitation and cloud sampling technqiues
P.I. Joe, R.S. Schemenauer, J.W. Strapp and P. Daum

131-137
Simulation of airborne impurity cycles using atmospheric general circulation models
Sylvie Joussaume

138-140
10Be in polar ice and atmospheres
G.M. Raisbeck and F. Yiou

141-147
Relocation and preferential elution of acidic solute through the snowpack of a small, remote, high-altitude Scottish catchment
P. Brimblecombe, M. Tranter, P.W. Abrahams, I. Blackwood, T.D. Davies and C.E. Vincent

148
Abstract
An isotope and energy balance study of the snow-melt process
R.M. Brown, A.G. Price and W. Workman

149-152
Distribution of grain sizes and internal surface area and their role in snow chemistry in a sub-Arctic snow cover
H.B. Granberg

153-160
Abstract
Acid content of snow from a mid-troposhere sampling site on Mount Logan, Yukon Territory, Canada
G. Holdsworth and E. Peake

161-166
The chemistry of snow and meltwaters within the mesostructure of a boreal forest snow cover
H.G. Jones

167-174
The chemical characteristics of snow cover in a northern boreal forest during the spring run-off period
H.G. Jones and W. Sochanska

175-180
Sulphur and heavy metal pollution in urban snow: multi-elemental analytical techniques and interpretations
S. Landsberger and R.E. Jervis

181-184
Hydrometerological interpretation of isotopic data on atmospheric moisture and precipitation
R.K. Saxena and E. Eriksson

185-190
Spatial and temporal variability of surface snowfall and snowpack chemistry in central Ontario
R.S. Schemenauer, P.W. Summers, H.A. Wiebe and K.G. Anlauf

191-195
A study of atmospheric deposition onto the snowpack in northern Saskatchewan
S.R. Shewchuk

196-201
The elution of ions through field and laboratory snowpacks
Sotiris Tsiouris, Christopher E. Vincent, Trevor D. Davies and Peter Brimblecombe

202-207
The roles of snow, lake ice and lake water in the distribution of major ions in the ice cover of a lake
W.P. Adams and D.C. Lasenby

208-212
Effects of ice and snow cover on the chemistry of nearshore lake water during spring melt
J.M. Gunn and W. Keller

213
Snow chemistry on Mount Logan, Yukon Territory, Canada
R.J. Delmas, M. Legrand and G. Holdsworth

213
Atmospheric circulation in the Canadian High Arctic
Bea T. Alt

214
The Biryd ice core: continuous acidity measurements and solid electrical conductivity measurements
C.U. Hammer, H.B. Clausen and C.C. Langway Jr.

215
Particulates in acidic snows from the Cairngorms, Scotland
M. Tranter, P. Brimblecombe, T.D. Davies, P.W. Abrahams, I. Blackwood, A. Fernandes and C.E. Vincent