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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 16 (1976)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 16 (1976)

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Vol. 16 1976 No. 74

Contents

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Preface
International Glaciological Society (IGS)

9-22
Reconciliation of temperature-depth profiles in polar ice sheets with past surface temperatures deduced from oxygen-isotope profiles
G. de Q. Robin

23-39
Microwave emission from snow and glacier ice
A.T.C. Chang, P. Gloersen, T. Schmugge, T.T. Wilheit and H.J. Zwally

41-71
The theory of thermal convection in polar ice sheets
T.J. Hughes

73-88
Seismic evidence of a wet zone under the West Antarctic ice sheet
Gilbert Dewart

89-98
On the temperature response in ice sheets to radioactive Waste deposits
K. Philberth

99-110
Measured and computed temperature distributions in the Law Dome ice cap, Antarctica
W.F. Budd, N.W. Young and C.R. Austin

111-117
The distribution of 10 m temperatures on the Ross Ice Shelf
R.H. Thomas

119-133
On the thermal regime of a high-Arctic valley glacier
F. Müller

135-149
Field observations and experimental and theoretical studies on the superimposed ice of McCall Glacier, Alaska
Gorow Wakahama, Daisuke Kuroiwa, Tatsuo Hasemi and Carl S. Benson

151-158
Physical processes in temperate glaciers
L. Lliboutry

159-171
Some thermal effects of bubbles in temperate glacier ice
C.F. Raymond

173-181
Impurities and their distribution in temperate glacier ice
W.D. Harrison and C.F. Raymond

183-196
Is the basal ice of a temperate glacier at the pressure melting point?
G. de Q. Robin

197-203
15 m deep temperatures in the glaciers of Mont Blanc (French Alps)
L. Lliboutry, M. Briat, M. Creseveur and M. Pourchet

205-218
Direct measurement of basal water pressures: a pilot study
Steven M. Hodge

219-230
Geo-hydrologic and thermometric observations in the vicinity of the Columbia Icefield, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada
D.C. Ford, R.S. Harmon, H.P. Schwarcz, T.M.L. Wigley and P. Thompson

231-250
Thermal regulation of glacier surging
Garry K.C. Clarke

251-259
Thermal regime of a surge-type glacier
Robert Bindschadler, William D. Harrison, Charles F. Raymond and Claude Gantet

261-268
Post-surge temperatures in Steele Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada
Garry K.C. Clarke and Gary T. Jarvis

269-275
Bridge optimization for thermistor measurements
B. Barry Narod

277
Temperatures in the Devon Island ice cap, Arctic Canada
W.S.B. Paterson

277-278
Future regard to the atomic waste disposal problem
K. Philberth

278-279
Creep instability of ice sheets
Garry K.C. Clarke

279-280
Ice sliding and friction experiments
W.F. Budd

281-292
General discussion. International Symposium on the Thermal Regime of Glaciers and Ice Sheets, Burnaby, 8-11 April 1975
J.F. Nye

293-294
Abstract
Computer modelling of temperature distributions in polar ice sheets
W.F. Budd and N.W. Young

295-297
Abstract
Formation of the three-layered structure of the Amery Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Gorow Wakahama and W.F. Budd

297-300
Abstract
Thermo-physical characteristics of glaciers — toward a rational classification
Maynard M. Miller

300-302
Abstract
The speed of glacierization of Canada during the Wisconsin Ice Age
M.W. Mahaffy and J.T. Andrews

302-304
Abstract
Near-surface temperatures in the superimposed ice zone and lower part of the soaked zone of polar ice sheets
Roger LeB. Hooke

304-305
Abstract
A movie film illustrating the numerical modelling of periodically surging ice masses
W.F. Budd and B.J. McInnes

307
Abstract
Mathematical models of ice shelves
P.A. Shumskiy and M.S. Krass

307-308
Abstract
Electrical resistivity profiles and temperatures in the Ross Ice Shelf
C.R. Bentley

308-309
Abstract
Mathematical model of a three-dimensional non-isothermal glacier
S.S. Grigoryan, M.S. Krass and P.A. Shumskiy

309
Abstract
Temperature distribution in a sub-isothermal glacier
M.S. Krass

309-310
Abstract
Thermal consequences of the pressure fluctuations in intra- and subglacial water drainage channels
H. Röthlisberger

310-311
Abstract
Relaxation self-oscillations and processes at the bottom of glaciers
P.A. Shumskiy