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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 27 (1981)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 27 (1981)

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Vol. 27 1981 No. 95

Contents

3-9
The chemical stratigraphy of polar ice sheets — a method of dating ice cores
A.T. Wilson and C.H. Hendy

11-18
Large salt beds on the surface of the Ross Ice Shelf near Black Island, Antarctica
Howard Thomas Brady and Barry Batts

19-24
Variational method for glacier mechanics problems
Robert G. Oakberg

25-37
The steady profile of an axisymmetric ice sheet
I.R. Johnson

39-56
The effect of longitudinal strain on the shear stress of an ice sheet: in defence of using stretched coordinates
Kolumban Hutter

57-66
Radiation transmittance through lake ice in the 400-700 nm range
S.J. Bolsenga

67-75
Application of the gravity flow theory to the percolation of melt water through firn
W. Ambach, M. Blumthaler and P. Kirchlechner

77-88
Numerical simulation study of avalanches
G. Brugnot and R. Pochat

89-97
Analysis of multiple-angle microwave observations of snow and ice using cluster-analysis techniques
Stanley R. Rotman, Arthur D. Fisher and David H. Staelin

99-111
The altitude effect on the isotopic composition of snow in high mountains
Jerzy Niewodniczanski, Jerzy Grabczak, Leslaw Baranski and Jerzy Rzepka

113-128
Some mechanisms of controlled moraine development, Antarctica
R.B. Rains and J. Shaw

129-140
Creep and fabrics of polycrystalline ice under shear and compression
Paul Duval

141-146
Preliminary experiments on the formation of elongated air bubbles in glacier ice by stress
Masayoshi Nakawo and Gorow Wakahama

147-155
Triaxial testing of frozen sand
V.R. Parameswaran and S.J. Jones

157-163
Instruments and Methods
An inexpensive remote snow-depth gauge based on ultrasonic wave reflection from the snow surface
H. Gubler

164-174
Instruments and Methods
An electronic remote snow-drift gauge
H. Gubler

175-178
Instruments and Methods
Field measurement of the liquid-water content of snow
E.M. Morris

179-184
The inverse problem for valley glacier flow
Didier Hantz and Louis Lliboutry

185-189
Note on the morphology of Baspa Glacier, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh, India
U.K. Bassi, S. Chopra and A.P. Tewari

190-192
Flutes on bare bedrock
Wibjörn Karlén

193-197
Evidence of the bedrock beneath the Greenland ice sheet near Camp Century, Greenland
John Fountain, Thomas M. Usselman, Joseph Wooden and Chester C. Langway, Jr.

198-200
Structure control on cirque-like features in south-east New York State, U.S.A
Richard S. Liebling and Horst S. Scherp

201-202
An active rock glacier, Wavbal Pass, Jammu and Kashmir Himalaya, India
P.A. Mayewski, P.A. Jeschke and N. Ahmad

203-204
Correspondence
Reflection coefficient at a dielectric interface
J.G. Paren


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207-226
"Global dynamics'' of a temperate valley glacier, Mer de Glace, and past velocities deduced from Forbes' bands
Louis Lliboutry and Louis Reynaud

227-270
First-order stresses and deformations in glaciers and ice sheets
Kolumban Hutter, Fritz Legerer and Ulrich Spring

271-282
Mass balance of "Vesper" glacier, Washington, U.S.A
David P. Dethier and Jan E. Frederick

283-313
A field and laboratory study of wave damping by grease ice
Seelye Martin and Peter Kauffman

315-330
Growth rate and salinity profile of first-year sea ice in the High Arctic
M. Nakawo and N.K. Sinha

331-346
Laboratory studies of the optical properties of young sea ice
Donald K. Perovich and Thomas C. Grenfell

347-357
Estimating ratios of snow accumulation in Antarctica by chemical methods
J.A. Warburton and L.G. Young

359-363
Neoglacial to recent glacier fluctuations on the volcano Popocatépetl, Mexico
Sidney E. White

365-366
Correspondence
Ice motion on deformable sediments
W. Haeberli

367
Erratum. P. Wadhams and R.J. Horne. 1980. An analysis of ice profiles obtained by submarine sonar in the Beaufort Sea. J. Glaciol., 25(93), 401-424
International Glaciological Society (IGS) and Horne

367
Erratum. Helgi Björnsson. 1980. Avalanche activity in Iceland, climatic conditions, and terrain features. J. Glaciol., 26(94), 1980, 13-23
International Glaciological Society (IGS)


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371-379
First glaciological studies on the James Ross Island ice cap, Antarctic Peninsula
A.J. Aristarain and R. Delmas

381-391
On glacier energy balance, ablation, and air temperature
R.J. Braithwaite

393-406
Creep slump in glacier reservoirs — theory and experiment
E.M. Shoemaker

407-421
The effect of the subglacial water pressure on the sliding velocity of a glacier in an idealized numerical model
Almut Iken

423-428
Micro-morphology of the snow surface at the Quelccaya ice cap, Peru
Stefan Hastenrath and Bruce Koci

429-447
Bottom melting under George VI Ice Shelf, Antarctica
J.F. Bishop and J.L.W. Walton

449-458
Interaction among controls of cirque development: Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Colorado, U.S.A
Greg A. Olyphant

459-469
Instruments and Methods
Systems for measuring thickness of temperate and polar ice from the ground or from the air
Raymond D. Watts and David L. Wright

470-475
Instruments and Methods
A stress-wave generator for snow and ice studies
D. Bowles and R.L. Brown

476-481
Instruments and Methods
A visible and near-infrared scanning photometer for field measurements of spectral albedo and irradiance under polar conditions
T.C. Grenfell

483-486
Tracing particle paths in the Antarctic ice sheet
C.S.M. Doake

487-491
Evidence for a former large ice sheet in the Orville Coast Ronne Ice Shelf area, Antarctica
Paul Carrara

492-496
Periglacial features on the margins of a receding plateau ice cap, Lyngen, north Norway
W. Brian Whalley, John E. Gordon and David L. Thompson

497-502
Till texture in drumlins
P.F. Karrow

503-505
Conjectures, hypotheses, and theories of drumlin formation (In memory of Stanislaw Baranowski)
Ian J. Smalley

506-510
Ice segregation as an origin for lenses of non-glacial ice in "ice-cemented" rock glaciers
William J. Wayne

511-515
A cirque-glacier chronology based on emergent lichens and mosses
Parker E. Calkin and James M. Ellis

517-518
Correspondence
On the grain-size dependence of secondary creep
Stephen J. Jones and Hemming A.M. Chew

518-525
Correspondence
The weak underbelly of the West Antarctic ice sheet
T.J. Hughes