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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 30 (1984)
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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 30 (1984)


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Vol. 30 1984 No. 104

Contents

3-15
Glaciological reconnaissance of an ice core drilling site, Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island
G. Holdsworth

16-21
Radio echo-sounding of Spitsbergen glaciers: problems in the interpretation of layer and bottom returns
J.A. Dowdeswell, D.J. Drewry, O. Liestøl and O. Orheim

22-29
Radio echo-sounding studies of englacial water movement in Variegated Glacier, Alaska
Robert Jacobel and Charles Raymond

30-34
Englacial deltaic sediments as evidence for basal freezing and marginal shearing, Leirbreen, southern Norway
Charles Harris and Keith Bothamley

35-43
Solute acquisition in glacial melt waters. I. Fjallsjökull (south-east Iceland): bulk melt waters with closed-system characteristics
R. Raiswell and A.G. Thomas

44-48
Solute acquisition in glacial melt waters. II. Argentière (French Alps): bulk melt waters with open-system characteristics
A.G. Thomas and R. Raiswell

49-57
Chemical models of solute acquisition in glacial melt waters
R. Raiswell

58-65
A model for pollutant concentrations during snow-melt
S. Hibberd

66-76
Interpretation of the chemical and physical time-series retrieved from Sentik Glacier, Ladakh Himalaya, India
Paul A. Mayewski, W.Berry Lyons, N. Ahmad, Gordon Smith
and M. Pourchet

77-81
Experiments in the machining of ice at negative rake angles
D.K. Lieu and C.D. Mote, Jr.

82-93
Annual moraine ridges at Skálafellsjökull, south-east Iceland
Martin Sharp

94-105
Morphology, stratigraphy, and genesis of small drumlins in front of the glacier Myrdalsjökull, south Iceland
Johannes Krüger and Henrik Højmark Thomsen

106-111
Instruments and Methods
Field pH determinations in glacial melt waters
Richard C. Metcalf

112-115
Stable isotope analysis of a submarine ice cliff at Explorers Cove, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
William L. Stockton, Ted E. DeLaca and Michael J. DeNiro

116-119
Sedimentary processes and buried ice phenomena in the pro-glacial areas of Spitsbergen glaciers
M.J. Hambrey

120-122
"Sun spirals" on melting snow
Alfred Jahn

123-125
Experiments relating to the fracture of bedrock at the ice-rock interface
Jennifer M. Smith

126-128
Possible Late Palaeozoic glaciation in the central parts of the Yemen Arab Republic
Hamed A. El-Nakhal


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131-139
Basal sliding relations deduced from ice-sheet data
L.W. Morland, G.D. Smith and G.S. Boulton

140-152
The reconstruction of former ice sheets and their mass balance characteristics using a non-linearly viscous flow model
G.S. Boulton, G.D. Smith and L.W. Morland

153-160
Ice dynamics and thermal regime of Taylor Glacier, South Victoria Land, Anatarctica
P.H. Robinson

161-170
Glaciological and oceanographic calculations of the mass balance and oxygen isotope ratio of a melting ice shelf
J.R. Potter, J.G. Paren and J. Loynes

171-179
Relationship between bore-hole closure and crystal fabrics in Antarctic ice core from Cape Folger
Richard J. Thwaites, Christopher J.L. Wilson and Anthony P. McCray

180-187
On the role of mechanical energy in maintaining subglacial water conduits at atmospheric pressure
Roger LeB. Hooke

188-198
Relationships between synoptic-scale atmospheric circulation and glacier mass balance in south-western Canada during the International Hydrological Decade, 1965-74
Brent Yarnal

199-211
The use of hypsometry to indicate long-term stability and response of valley glaciers to changes in mass transfer
D.J. Furbish and J.T. Andrews

212-217
Terminus response of Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya, Kenya, to sinusoidal net-balance forcing
Phillip Kruss

218-222
Rates and mechanisms of iceberg ablation in the d'Urville Sea, Southern Ocean
J.R. Keys and K.L. Williams

223-226
A model investigation of interannual sea-ice variability in the Beaufort Sea
Becky Ross

227-229
Interaction of Stokes' edge waves with near-shore ice formation
Richard P. Shaw and Ralph R. Rumer

230-234
A field study of rough shore-fast sea ice
Thomas O'D. Hanley, S.J.

230-234
A field study of rough shore-fast sea ice
Thomas O'D. Hanley, S.J.

235-240
Shock-wave studies of ice under uniaxial strain conditions
Donald B. Larson

241-243
Clasts with stoss-lee form in lodgement tills: a discussion
Johannes Krüger

244-245
Instruments and Methods
The PICO lightweight coring auger
Bruce R. Koci and Karl C. Kuivinen

246-247
Instruments and Methods
A procedure for testing polycrystalline ice in uniaxial tension
R.W. Lee, J.H. Currier, P.N. Lim and E.M. Schulson

248-250
Thin sectioning and surface replication of ice at low temperature
Margaret A. Daley and Stephen H. Kirby

251-253
Milne Glacier, northern Ellesmere Island, N.W.T., Canada: a surging glacier?
Martin O. Jeffries

254-255
Review
Kolumban Hutter. Theoretical glaciology: material science of ice and the mechanics of glaciers and ice sheets. Dordrecht, etc., D. Reidel Publishing Co.; Tokyo, Terra Scientific Publishing Co., [1983]. xxxii, 510 p. (Mathematical Approaches to Geophysis.)
Terence J. Hughes

256
Correspondence
Avalanche probabilities
Ron Perla

256
Correspondence
Hans Island, Kennedy Channel
Peter Bruckner


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259-274
Ice on planets of the solar system
M.S. Krass

275-281
Rates of deposition on lateral moraine embankments, Glacier de Tsidjiore Nouve, Valais, Switzerland
R.J. Small, I.R. Beecroft and D.M. Stirling

282-288
Bore-hole survey at Dye 3, south Greenland
N.S. Gundestrup and B. Lyle Hansen

289-295
Electrical resistivity of ice from the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
John M. Reynolds and J.G. Paren

296-301
A mathematical model for perched block formation
E.A. Patterson

302-307
Analyzing the spatial distribution of drumlins: a two-phase mosaic approach
B.N. Boots and R.K. Burns

308-312
Avalanche tarns
B.B. Fitzharris and I.F. Owens

313-320
The natural oscillations of an ice-covered channel
Theodore Green

321-327
Snow stability index
H. Conway and J. Abrahamson

328-333
Air permeability as a textural indicator of snow
H. Conway and J. Abrahamson

334-340
A glacier flow model incorporating longitudinal deviatoric stresses
E.M. Shoemaker and L.W. Morland

341-347
Glacier sliding at subfreezing temperatures
R.L. Shreve

348-357
The shear strength characteristics of frozen coarse granular debris
W.G. Nickling and L. Bennett

358-361
Instruments and Methods
A new dry extraction system for gases in ice
Ernst Moor and Bernhard Stauffer

362-363
Instruments and Methods
Snow wetness measurement by fluorescent dye dilution
Robert E. Davis and Jeff Dozier

364-368
Can the mass balance of a glacier be estimated from its equilibrium-line altitude?
Roger J. Braithwaite

369-372
On the isotopic composition in ëD and ë18O of water and ice during freezing
R.A. Souchez and J. Jouzel

373-376
Electrical resistivity soundings of glacier beds: a test study on Grubengletscher, Wallis, Swiss Alps
Wilfried Haeberli and Werner Fisch

377-380
Accelerating flow of the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica
D.A. Simmons and J.R. Rouse

381-384
A reconsideration of the mass balance of a portion of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Kenneth C. Jezek and Charles R. Bentley