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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 15 (1975)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 15 (1975)

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Vol. 15 1975 No. 73

Contents

3
Preface
International Glaciological Society (IGS)

13
Opening statement
W.F. Weeks

15-38
The electrical properties of snow and ice
J.W. Glen and J.G. Paren

39-48
The dielectric properties of Antarctic ice
W.J. Fitzgerald and J.G. Paren

49-64
Radio-echo sounding: glaciological interpretations and applications
G. de Q. Robin

65-74
Theory of radio echoes from glacier beds
M.V. Berry

75-87
Investigation of sub-ice bedrock characteristics by radio-echo sounding
G.K.A. Oswald

89-93
Glacier sliding measured by a radio-echo technique
C.S.M. Doake

95-101
Layer echoes in polar ice sheets
Preben Gudmandsen

103-111
Radio-echo sounding of the Lambert Glacier basin
V.I. Morgan and W.F. Budd

113-135
Advances in geophysical exploration of ice sheets and glaciers
Charles R. Bentley

137-150
Comparison of electromagnetic and seismic-gravity ice thickness measurements in East Antarctica
David J. Drewry

151-159
Velocity of radio waves in ice by means of a bore-hole interferometric technique
G. de Q. Robin

161-169
Ultrasonic properties of plastically deformed ice
J. Tatibouet, R. Vassoille and J. Perez

171-191
Application of radar techniques to ice and snow studies
D.F. Page and R.O. Ramseier

193-213
Interpretation of SLAR imagery of sea ice in Nares Strait and the Arctic Ocean
Moira Dunbar

215-224
Sea-ice reconnaissance by radar
Tadashi Tabata

225-239
Comparison of sea-ice type identification between airborne dual-frequency passive microwave radiometry and standard laser/infrared techniques
S.G. Tooma, R.A. Mennella, J.P. Hollinger and R.D. Ketchum, Jr.

241-250
Temperature measurement of ice and water surfaces in the North Water area using an airborne radiation thermometer
F. Müller, H. Blatter and G. Kappenberger

251-265
Application of remote-sensing techniques to the study of seasonal snow cover
Mark F. Meier

267-276
The analysis of the near-surface energy transfer environment from thermal infrared imagery
Sam I. Outcalt

277-283
Siginificance of surface temperature in the thermal infrared sensing of sea and lake ice
Ambrose O. Poulin

285-303
Seasonal effects on ground-wave propagation in cold regions
Åke Blomquist

305-328
Geophysical studies of floating ice by remote sensing
W.J. Campbell, W.F. Weeks, R.O. Ramseier and P. Gloersen

329-347
Characterization of cold-regions terrain using airborne laser profilometer
W.D. Hibler III

349-362
A submarine sonar study of Arctic pack ice
Elizabeth Williams, Charles Swithinbank and G.de Q. Robin

363-372
Optical properties of salt ice
J.W. Lane

373-389
Satellites — new global observing techniques for ice and snow
P. Gloersen and V.V. Salomonson

391-402
Glacier applications of ERTS images
R.M. Krimmel and M.F. Meier

403-415
ERTS data in glaciology — an effort to monitor glacier mass balance from satellite imagery
Gunnar Østrem

417-427
Antarctic sea-ice variations from satellite sensing in relation to climate
W.F. Budd

429-436
The use of ERTS photographs to measure the movement and deformation of sea ice
J.F. Nye

437-453
General discussion: the state of the art — and where do we go from here?
J.F. Nye

455
Closing remarks
S. Evans

457-458
Abstract
Bottom crevasses in the Ross Ice Shelf
John W. Clough

458-459
Abstract
Radio depth sounding on Barnes Ice Cap
R.A. O'Neil and S.J. Jones

459-461
Abstract
Radio-echo sounding on South Cascade Glacier, Washington, using a long-wavelength, mono-pulse source
Raymond D. Watts, Anthony W. England, Roger S. Vickers and Mark F. Meier

461
Abstract
The study of fresh-water lake ice using multiplexed imaging radar
M.Leonard Bryan and R.W. Larson

462
Abstract
Electromagnetic reflection from multi-layered models
William I. Linlor

462-463
Abstract
An experiment in ice profiling in Nares Strait and the Arctic Ocean
R.T. Lowry

463-464
Abstract
Sea ice from below: sonar techniques
C.S. Clay, T.K. Kan and J.M. Berkson

465-466
Abstract
Glaciological studies in iceland with ERTS-1 imagery
Richard S. Williams Jr., Ágúst Böðvarsson, Sigurjón Rist, Kristján Sæmundsson and Sigurdur Th¢rarinsson

466
Abstract
The remote sensing of avalanche victims: problems and progress
Wilfried Fritzsche

467-468
Abstract
The Canadian remote sensing program
J. MacDowall

469
Abstract
On some aspects of the interaction of the pulse and the medium during the vertical echo sounding of glaciers
G.V. Trepov, B.A. Fedorov and G.P. Khokhlov

469-470
Abstract
Polarization changes of radio signals in vertical radio-echo sounding of glaciers
V.V. Bogorodskiy, G.V. Trepov and B.A. Fedorov

470
Abstract
Progress in radio-echo sounding theory
V.N. Rudakov and V.S. Luchininov

471
Abstract
Radio-echo sounding of mounatin glaciers
I.A. Zotikov, V.S. Luchininov, Y.u Y.a Macheret and L.A. Suchanov

471-472
Abstract
Statistical method of radio-echo sounding temperate mountain glaciers and portable equipment for that
L.A. Suchanov

472
Abstract
Interpretation of radio-echo sounding data on a temperate mountain glacier from its surface
V.S. Luchininov and Y.u Y.a Macheret

473
Abstract
Electromagnetic characteristics of sea ice in the metre and decimetre ranges, and its radio- echo sounding
V.V. Bogorodskiy and V.P. Tripolnikov

473
Abstract
Study of Antarctic ice sheet motion by means of Doppler effect laser equipment
V.V. Bogorodskiy, I.M. Belousova and I.P. Ivanov

474
Abstract
Evaluation of ERTS-1 imagery for inventory work of perennial snow patches in central Japan
Keiji Higuchi

475
Abstract
An automatic snow depth meter by an infrared technique
Tadashi Kimura