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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 21 (1978)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 21 (1978)

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Vol. 21 1978 No. 85

Contents

3
Preface
International Glaciological Society (IGS)

13-31
The distortion of a water molecule in ice
E. Whalley

33-49
Clathrate ices — recent results
D.W. Davidson and J.A. Ripmeester

51-53
X-ray dtermination of the structure of ice IV
Hermann Engelhardt and Barclay Kamb

55-63
Origin of the high-frequency translational bands of ice I
D.D. Klug and E. Whalley

65-72
The translational lattice-vibration Raman spectrum of single-crystal ice Ih
P. Faure and A. Chosson

73-83
Configurational statistics
J.F. Nagle

85-99
Vacancies in pure ice studied by positron annihilation techniques
O.E. Mogensen and M. Eldrup

101-113
Vacancies in HF-doped and in irradiated ice by positron annihilation techniques
M. Eldrup, O.E. Mogensen and J.H. Bilgram

115-122
Interaction of point defects in ice
J.H. Bilgram and H. Gränicher

123-141
Theoretical models for interpreting the dielectric behaviour of HF-doped ice
G.C. Camplin, J.W. Glen and J.G. Paren

143-160
Electrical conductivity and relaxation in ice crystals with known impurity content
Gerado Wolfgang Gross, Iris Cox Hayslip and Roberta N. Hoy

161-172
Effect of pressure on the dielectric properties of ice Ih single crystals doped with NH3 and HF
M. Hubmann

173-191
Electrical behaviour of finely divided ice
J.G. Paren and J.W. Glen

193-205
The electrical properties of ice surfaces
Norikazu Maeno and Hiroshi Nishimura

207-217
Dielectric properties of dislocation-free ice
Kazuhiko Itagaki

219-230
Measurements of the electrical properties of ice Ih single crystals by admittance and thermally stimulated depolarization technqiues
Arturo Loria, Ezio Mazzega, Umberto del Pennino and
Giovanni Andreotti

231-240
Inelastic neutron scattering from ice and other proton-containing substances
Bruno Dorner

241-245
Thermal conductivity of ice in the temperature range 0.5 to 5.0 K
M. Varrot, G. Rochas and J. Klinger

247-258
Radiation damage in ice at low temperatures studied by Proton channelling
I. Golecki and C. Jaccard

259-276
The orientation polarization in hexagonal ice parallel and perpendicular to the c-axis
G.P. Johari and S.J. Jones

277-289
The influence of the rate of deformation on the electrical properties of ice monocrystals
G. Noll

291-300
CO2 in natural ice
B. Stauffer and W. Berner

301-313
The radio-frequency birefringence of polar ice
N.D. Hargreaves

315-329
Dielectric permittivity of glacier ice measured in situ by radar wide-angle reflection
Kenneth C. Jezek, John W. Clough, Charles R. Bentley and Sion Shabtaie

331-339
The activation energies of temperate snow samples
L.T. Traub and P.W.F. Gribbon

341-359
The core structure and the mobility of dislocations in ice
R.W. Whitworth

361-374
Cooperative movement of H2O molecules and dynamic behaviour of dislocations in ice Ih
J. Perez, C. Maï and R. Vassoille

375-384
Inelastic behaviour of ice Ih single crystals in the low-frequency range due to dislocations
René Vassoille, Christian Maï and Joseph Perez

385-395
Observation of basal dislocations in ice by etching and replicating
N.K. Sinha

397-407
X-ray topographic studies of dislocations in vapor-grown ice crystals
C.V. McKnight and J. Hallett

409-418
Studies of crystal imperfections in ice with reference to the growth process by the use of X-ray diffraction topography and divergent Laue method
Yukiko Mizuno

419-427
A deformation mechanism map of ice
H. Shoji and A. Higashi

429-444
The creep activation energies of ice
D.R. Homer and J.W. Glen

445-455
Deformation of ice single crystals close to the melting point
Stephen J. Jones and Jean-Guy Brunet

457-473
Short-term rheology of polycrystalline ice
N.K. Sinha

475-483
The effect of anisotropy on the creep of polycrystalline ice
R.C. Lile

485-500
The influence of ice-crystal size on creep
Robert W. Baker

501-507
The creep of NaCl-doped ice monocrystals
N.W. Riley, G. Noll and J.W. Glen

509-535
On the relationships between low-density amorphous solid water and ice Ih
Stuart A. Rice, William G. Madden, Robert McGraw, Mark G. Sceats and Michael S. Bergren

537-545
Dynamical processes at the ice-water interface during solidification
J.H. Bilgram and H. Güttinger

547-557
Charge separation by collision of ice particles on metals: electronic surface states
Othmar Buser and Claude Jaccard

559-563
Optical absorption spectra of H2O ice doped with ytterbium chloride YbCl3
L. Coutre

565-580
Molecular orbital calculations of water-ice surface interactions
Patricia L.M. Plummer

581-587
Frazil nucleation mechanisms
Thomas O'D. Hanley, S.J.

589-605
Structure and behaviour of grain boundaries in polycrystalline ice
Akira Higashi

607-620
Crystallographic structure of polycrystalline ice
M. Matsuda and G. Wakahama

621-628
Anelastic behaviour of polycrystalline ice
Paul Duval

629-638
X-ray diffraction topographic observations of the large-angle grain boundary in ice under deformation
T. Hondoh and A. Higashi

639-650
Regelation and the deformation of wet snow
S.C. Colbeck and N. Parssinen

651-660
Fracture toughness of ice: a preliminary account of some new experiments
D.J. Goodman and D. Tabor

661-668
Anisotropy of the kinetic friction on a single crystal of ice
Katutosi Tusima

669-687
General discussion. Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice, Cambridge, 12-16 September 1977
International Glaciological Society (IGS)

689
Closing remarks. Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice, Cambridge, 12-16 September 1977
J.W. Glen

691-692
Abstract
On the heat capacity, entropy, and "glass transition" of vitreous ice
G.P. Johari

692-693
Abstract
The dipolar correlation factor of ice VI
G.P. Johari and E. Whalley

694
Abstract
Infrared spectra of the ices 4 K and the interpretation of the vOD(D2O) bands of ices II and IX
F.E. Bates, S.M. Jacobs and J.E. Bertie

694-696
Abstract
Infrared spectra of the clathrate hydrates
D.A. Othen, P.G. Wright, F.E. Bates, D.K. Hendrickson,
S.M. Jacobs and J.E. Bertie

696-697
Abstract
Dielectric behaviour of ice microcrystals: a study versus temperature
Christian Boned, Bernard Lagourette and Marc Clausse

698-699
Abstract
In situ measurements of the activation energy for d.c. conduction in polar ice
Charles R. Bentley

699
Abstract
The dislocation formation volume in ice
R.M.J. Cotterill and O. Bøcker Pedersen

700-701
Abstract
Plastic behavior of predeformed ice crystals
D.M. Joncich, J. Holder and A.V. Granato

701-702
Abstract
Effect of hydrostatic pressure on the creep of ice
Stephen J. Jones

703
Abstract
Breaking strength and creep expansion of deposited snow
Z. Watanabe

703
Abstract
Dimensional changes of ice Ih with time
Paul R. Camp

704
Abstract
An effective pair-potential study of the interaction of a water monomer with the basal-plane surface of ice Ih
B.N. Hale and J. Kiefer

705
Abstract
Application of nucleation theory to the process of droplet freezing on an ice substrate
L. Levi

707
Abstract
Enthalpy relaxation phenomenon in a heavy ice crystal
Osamu Haida, Hiroshi Suga and Syuzo Seki

707
Abstract
Reconstructed ledges: ice crystal growth without dislocations
David L. Bartley

708
Abstract
The morphological stability of internal melting figures in ice
Shinji Mae