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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 14 (1975)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 14 (1975)

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Vol. 14 1975 No. 70

Contents

3-21
A first simple model for periodically self-surging glaciers
W.F. Budd

23-30
Temperature measurements in a temperate glacier
W.D. Harrison

31-37
A measurement of surface-perpendicular strain-rate in a glacier
W.D. Harrison

39-48
Investigation of polar snow using seismic velocity gradients
James D. Robertson and Charles R. Bentley

49-56
Deducing thickness changes of an ice sheet from radio-echo and other measurements
J.F. Nye

57-69
Radio echo sounding on temperate glaciers
R.H. Goodman

71-78
Radio echo soundings and ice-temperature measurements in a surge-type glacier
G.K.C. Clarke and R.H. Goodman

79-84
Radio soundings on Trapridge Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada
R.H. Goodman, G.K.C. Clarke, G.T. Jarvis, S.G. Collins and Robert Metcalfe

85-90
Effect of inversion winds on topographic detail and mass balance on inland ice sheets
I.M. Whillans

91-105
Wind regimes and heat exchange on Glacier de Saint-Sorlin
S. Martin

107-124
Concerning the effect of anisotropic scattering and finite depth on the distribution of solar radiation in snow
Bruce R. Barkstrom and Charles W. Querfeld

125-136
Liquid brine in ice shelves
R.H. Thomas

137-154
The formation of brine drainage features in young sea ice
Lars Ingolf Eide and Seelye Martin

155-170
Quaternary glaciations in the Andes of north-central Chile
Cesar N. Caviedes and Roland Paskoff

171-179
Instruments and Methods
Steam, hot-water and electrical thermal drills for temperate glaciers
F. Gillet

181-185
The origin of foliation in glaciers: evidence from some Norwegian examples
M.J. Hambrey

186-188
Drop stones resulting from snow-avalanche deposition on lake ice
B.H. Luckman

189-190
Obituary
Sir Raymond Priestley — 1886-1974
Vivian E. Fuchs

191-193
Obituary
Fritz Loewe — 1985-1974
Peter Schwerdtfeger

195-209
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Vol. 14 1975 No. 71

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213-233
Some observations on the behavior of the liquid and gas phases in temperate glacier ice
C.F. Raymond and W.D. Harrison

235-250
The thermal regime of Trapridge Glacier and its relevance to glacier surging
Gary T. Jarvis and Garry K.C. Clarke

251-259
Internal reflections in polar ice sheets
J.G. Paren and G. de Q. Robin

261-265
Chemical sorting effect at the base of an Alpine glacier
R.A. Souchez and R.D. Lorrain

267-274
Equilibrium-line altitudes, mass balance, and July freezing-level heights in the Canadian High Arctic
R.S. Bradley

275-286
Sublimation or melting: observations from the White Mountains, California and Nevada, U.S.A
Chester B. Beaty

287-292
The movement of melting ice over rough surfaces
B.D. Chadbourne, R.M. Cole, S. Tootill and M.E.R. Walford

293-303
The permittivity and attenuation in polycrystalline and single-crystal ice Ih at 35 and 60 MHz
G.P. Johari and P. Charette

305-315
Brittle fracture of ice at 77 K
V.R. Parameswaran and Stephen J. Jones

317-324
Instruments and Methods
Measurements of small strain-rates over short time periods
G. Holdsworth

325-328
Rapid production of single crystals of ice
D. v.d. S. Roos

329-331
Orientation of soil stripes caused by needle ice
J.R. Mackay and W.H. Mathews

332-333
Sediments exposed on the surface of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
David R. Gaylord and James D. Robertson

335-336
Obituary
Neil Alison Mackintosh — 1900-1974
C.W.M. Swithinbank

337-338
Obituary
Mikio Shoda — 1924-1974
Daisuke Kuroiwa and Edward R. LaChapelle

339-340
Correspondence
Subglacial cavitation phenomena: comments on the paper by R. Vivian and G. Bocquet
Garry D. McKenzie and Donald N. Peterson

341
Correspondence
Subglacial cavitation phenomena: reply to comments by G.D. McKenzie and D.N. Peterson
Robert Vivian and Gerard Bocquet

341-342
Correspondence
Froude criterion for ice-block stability
J. Penel

342
Correspondence
Hail-debris flow in north-central Nevada, U.S.A
Richard C. Metcalf

343-371
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Vol. 14 1975 No. 72

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375-382
On the water channels of the internal drainage system of the Hintereisferner, Ötztal Alps
H. Behrens, H. Bergmann, H. Moser, W. Ambach and O. Jochum

383-393
Boudinage in glacier ice — some examples
M.J. Hambrey and A.G. Milnes

395-406
The debris content of surging glaciers in Svalbard and Iceland
Chalmers M. Clapperton

407-420
Source, transportation and deposition of debris on Arapaho Glacier, Front Range, Colorado, U.S.A
Marith Jean Reheis

421-432
An approximate analysis of melting and freezing of a drill hole through an ice shelf in Antarctica
Chi Tien and Yin-chao Yen

433-444
Climatological implications of microparticle concentrations in the ice core from "Byrd" station, western Antarctica
Lonnie G. Thompson, Wayne L. Hamilton and Colin Bull

445-457
The study of fresh-water lake ice using multiplexed imaging radar
M. Leonard Bryan and R.W. Larson

459-465
The specific heat of saline ice
Bharat Dixit and E.R. Pounder

467-477
Quantitative stereological analysis of grain bonds in snow
P.R. Kry

479-500
The relationship between the visco-elastic and structural properties of fine-grained snow
P.R. Kry

501-515
Electromagnetic reflection from multi-layered snow models
William I. Linlor and George R. Jiracek

517-528
Low-temperature heat conduction in pure, monocrystalline ice
J. Klinger

529-530
Correspondence
Additional data on Arapaho rock glacier in Colorado Front Range, U.S.A.
Sidney E. White

531-548
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