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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 25 (1980)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 25 (1980)

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Vol. 25 1980 No. 91

Contents

3-21
Two models for estimating climate-glacier relationships in the North Cascades, Washington, U.S.A
Wendell Tangborn

23-31
Airborne UHF radio echo-sounding of three Yukon glaciers
B.B. Narod and G.K.C. Clarke

33-45
Morphology and dynamics of ice rises
P.J. Martin and T.J.O. Sanderson

47-60
The creep of ice, geothermal heat flow, and Roosevelt Island,Antarctica
Robert H. Thomas, Douglas R. MacAyeal, Charles R. Bentley and
James L. Clapp

61-67
A thermohydrodynamic model of an ice sheet
M.Ya. Verbitsky and D.V. Chalikov

69-84
Glaciological investigations of the tropical Quelccaya ice cap, Peru
Lonnie G. Thompson

85-91
Microwave brightness of polar firn as measured by Nimbus 5 and 6 ESMR
A.T.C. Chang, B.J. Choudhury and P. Gloersen

93-97
The pendular-funicular liquid transition in snow
A. Denoth

99-107
Pressure waves in snow
R.L. Brown

109-124
Nivation: an Arctic-Alpine comparison and reappraisal
Colin E. Thorn and Kevin Hall

125-131
A scanning electron microscope examination of subglacial quartz grains from Camp Century core, Greenland — a preliminary study
W.B. Whalley and C.C. Langway, Jr.

133-149
Dynamical behavior of dislocations in HF-doped ice Ih
J. Perez, C. Maï, J. Tatibouët and R. Vassoille

151-157
Does the permanent creep-rate of polycrystalline ice increase with crystal size?
Paul Duval and Hugues le Gac

159-167
Elastic constants of ice by Brillouin spectroscopy
P.H. Gammon, H. Kiefte and M.J. Clouter

169-174
Instruments and Methods
A fast light-weight core drill
S.J. Johnsen, W. Dansgaard, N. Gundestrup, S.B. Hansen, J.O. Nielsen and N. Reeh

175-182
Instruments and Methods
Field techniques for experimental stress analysis in Arctic sea ice
G.V.B. Cochran

183-184
The existence of multiple steady states in the flow of large ice masses
A.C. Fowler

185-188
Bottom crevasses
J. Weertman

189-190
Obituary
Jonathan Geoffrey Job, 1943-1978
Peter Schwerdtfeger

191-192
Correspondence
On the lateral variation of the d.c. resistivity of sea ice
Garry W. Timco


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195-214
Ice fabrics in a vertical flow plane, Barnes Ice Cap, Canada
Roger LeB. Hooke and Peter J. Hudleston

215-228
Dynamics and structure of Griesgletscher, Switzerland
M.J. Hambrey, A.G. Milnes and H. Siegenthaler

229-246
Steady motion of ice sheets
L.W. Morland and I.R. Johnson

247-266
Time-dependent surface elevation of an ice slope
Kolumban Hutter

267-277
The nature of the ice-rock interface: the results of investigation on
20 000 m
2 of the rock bed of temperate glaciers
Robert Vivian

279-287
An analysis of non-steady plastic shock waves in snow
R.L. Brown

289-307
An incremental formulation of constitutive equations for deposited snow
J. Desrues, F. Darve, E. Flavigny, J.P. Navarre and A. Taillefer

309-314
A comparison of observed and calculated avalanche velocities
Edward R. LaChapelle and Theodore E. Lang

315-346
Recent developments of avalanche forecasting by discriminant analysis techniques: a methodological review and some applications to the Parsenn area (Davos, Switzerland)
Charles Obled and Walter Good

347-352
A comparison between the modern and composite Pleistocene snow-lines, Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, Montana-Wyoming, U.S.A
Thomas T. Zwick

353-354
Obituary
Brian Birley Robert, C.M.G., 1912-1978
J.W. Glen

355
Correspondence
Multiple flow states for ice masses: reply to Dr Fowler's comments
Gerald Schubert and David A. Yuen

355-356
Correspondence
Multiple flow states for ice masses
G.K.C. Clarke and W.S.B. Paterson


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359-372
Acidity of polar ice cores in relation to absolute dating, past volcanism, and radio-echoes
C.U. Hammer

373-385
Firn densification: an empirical model
Michael M. Herron and Chester C. Langway, Jr.

387-396
Observations of sediment-laden icebergs in Antarctic waters: implications to glacial erosion and transport
John B. Anderson, Eugene W. Domack and Dennis D. Kurtz

397-400
Ice-shelf grounding: ice and bedrock temperature changes
Douglas R. MacAyeal and Robert H. Thomas

401-424
An analysis of ice profiles obtained by submarine sonar in the Beaufort Sea
P. Wadhams and R.J. Horne

425-438
Applications of satellite thermal infrared images for monitoring North Water during the periods of polar darkness
B. Dey

439-444
Radiation measurements at Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya, Kenya
Stefan Hastenrath and J.K. Patnaik

445-455
Snow-avalanche impact on structures
Theodore E. Lang and Robert L. Brown

457-476
Glacier-bed landforms of the prairie region of North America
S.R. Moran, Lee Clayton, R. LeB. Hooke, M.M. Fenton and L.D. Andriashek

477-486
Instruments and Methods
Radio-echo equipment for depth sounding of temperate glaciers
Marteinn Sverrisson, Ævar Jóhannesson and Helgi Björnsson

487-491
Short-lived damming of a High-Arctic ice-marginal stream, Ellesmere Island, N.W.T., Canada
C.K. Ballantyne and S.B. McCann

492-497
Late Quaternary rock glaciers, Mount Kenya, East Africa
W.C. Mahaney

499-501
Correspondence
A peculiar melt pattern in fresh-water ice
G.W. Timco and D.B. Coveney

501-503
Correspondence
Glacier energy balance and air temperature: comments on a paper by Dr M. Kuhn
R.J. Braithwaite