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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 31 (1985)
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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 31 (1985)


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Vol. 31 1985 No. 107

Contents

3-12
Characteristics of the heat balance of the Greenland ice sheet for modelling
W. Ambach

13-17
Measured re-advance of a debris-covered glacier terminus in the President Range, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
R.J. Rogerson

18-27
Snow profiles and avalanche activity in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland
R.G.W. Ward, E.D.G. Langmuir and B. Beattie

28-33
Radiometric chronology of Changme-Khangpu Glacier, Sikkim
V.N. Nijampurkar, N. Bhandari, D.V. Borole and U. Bhattacharya

34-38
A re-assessment of the mass balance of the Lambert Glacier drainage basin, Antarctica
N.F. McIntyre

39-48
Thermal convection in ice sheets: we look but do not see
T. Hughes

49-53
Apparent short-term glacier velocity variations
Jørn-Ole Andreasen

54-59
Optimal measurement of ice-sheet deformation from surface-marker arrays
D.R. MacAyeal

60-62
Superplasticity owing to grain growth in polar ices
Paul Duval and Louis Lliboutry

63-64
Obituary
Daisuke Kuroiwa, 1916-1983
Gorow Wakahama


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An index of regional snow-pack stability based on natural slab avalanches
Arthur Judson and Rudy M. King

74-85
Frazil formation in water of different salinities and supercoolings
Gee Tsang and Thomas O'D.Hanley, S.J.

86-91
Flood and landslide events, Peyto Glacier terminus, Alberta, Canada, 11-14 July 1983
P.G. Johnson and J.M. Power

92-98
Determination of the flow properties at Dye 3, south Greenland, by bore-hole-tilting measurements and perturbation modelling
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

99-107
The dynamics of ice-sheet outlets
N.F. McIntyre

108-114
Spatial and temporal variations in electrical conductivity in a pro-glacial stream system
A.M. Gurnell and C.R. Fenn

115-119
Adjusting two-dimensional velocity data to obey continuity
L.A. Rasmussen

120-126
Normal stress effects in the creep of ice
David F. McTigue, Stephen L. Passman and Stephen J. Jones

127-135
Growth forms of large frost crystals in the Antarctic
C.A. Knight and A.L. DeVries

136-142
Audibility within and outside deposited snow
Jerome B. Johnson

143-149
Bedrock control on glacial limits: examples from the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges, north-western Himalaya, India
Douglas W. Burbank and Monique B. Fort

150-156
Changes in texture and fabric of particles in glacial traction with distance from source, Mýrdalsjökull, Iceland
Ole Humlum

157-162
The internal structure and ice crystallography of seasonal frost mounds
W.H. Pollard and H.M. French

163-170
Mixing formulae and experimental results for the dielectric constant of snow
Ari Sihvola, Ebbe Nyfors and Martti Tiuri

171-176
Measurement of the fracture toughness of glacier ice
R.M. Andrews

177-184
Cylindrical flow in and over channels of irregular shape
Edward M. Shoemaker

185-187
A reconstruction of snow-avalanche characteristics in Montana, U.S.A., using vegetative indicators
David R. Butler and George P. Malanson

188-189
The diurnal hysteresis of snow albedo
K. McGuffie and A. Henderson-Sellers

190-193
Preferential discharge of pollutants during snowmelt in Scotland
E.M. Morris and A.G. Thomas

194-195
A note on the density distribution of dry snow
Chi-Hai Ling

196-197
Examination of selected microparticles from the Sentik Glacier core, Ladakh Himalaya, India
Emily Goss, Paul A. Mayewski and William Berry Lyons

198-200
Mass balance of the Greenland ice sheet at Dye 3
Niels Reeh and Niels S. Gundestrup

201
Review
Helmut Schroeder-Lanz, ed. Late- and postglacial oscillations of glaciers: glacial and periglacial forms. Rotterdam, A.A. Balkema, 1983. xix, 409 p.
David Sugden

201-202
Review
Stefan Hastenrath. The glaciers of equatorial east Africa. Dordrecht, etc. D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1984. xxiv, 353 p.
R.J. Adie


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Equilibrium-line altitudes and paleoenvironment in the Merchants Bay area, Baffin Island, N.W.T., Canada
Fred F. Hawkins

214-219
Towards identification of optimum radar parameters for sea-ice monitoring
Y.S. Kim, R.K. Moore, R.G. Onstott and S. Gogineni

220-228
Till fabric and deformational structures in drumlins near Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.A
Scott D. Stanford and David M. Mickelson

229-232
ëD-ë18O relationships in ice formed by subglacial freezing: paleoclimatic implications
R.A. Souchez and J.M. de Groote

233-236
A preliminary assessment of the potential application of glaciochemical investigations on Heard Island, south Indian Ocean
Mary Jo Spencer, Paul A. Mayewski, Wm Berry Lyons
and Martin R. Hendy

237-241
Drift-ice abrasion marks along rocky shores
Jean-Claude Dionne

242-252
Creep buckling of ice shelves and the formation of pressure rollers
I.F. Collins and I.R. McCrae

253-262
Dielectric behaviour of firn and ice from the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
John M. Reynolds

263-271
On supercooling and ice formation in turbulent sea-water
Anders Omstedt

272-280
A history of jökulhlaups from Strandline Lake, Alaska, U.S.A
Matthew Sturm and Carl S. Benson

281-292
The mathematical model of ice sheets and the calculation of the evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet
S.S. Grigoryan, S.A. Buyanov, M.S. Krass and P.A. Shumskiy

293-302
On the analysis of longitudinal stress in glaciers
R.M. McMeeking and R.E. Johnson

303-307
Medial moraines of the Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Valais, Switzerland: debris supply and implications for moraine formation
B. Gomez and R.J. Small

308-318
Transfer of basal sliding variations to the surface of a linearly viscous glacier
Michael J. Balise and Charles F. Raymond

319-323
Seasonal surface-velocity variations on a sub-polar glacier in West Greenland
Jørn-Ole Andreasen

324-333
Ice avalanches: some empirical information about their formation and reach
Jürg Alean

334-339
Mass-balance and ice-flow-law parameters for East Antarctica
T.C. Hamley, I.N. Smith and N.W. Young

340-349
Studies on crescentic fractures and crescentic gouges with the help of close-range photogrammetry
Theodor Wintges

350-359
Two-dimensional, time-dependent modeling of an arbitrarily shaped ice mass with the finite-element technique
Steven M. Hodge

360-361
Instruments and Methods
Ice-core drilling at 5700 m powered by a solar voltaic array
Bruce R. Koci

362-365
Instruments and Methods
A system for mounting end caps on ice specimens
D.M. Cole, L.D. Gould and W.B. Burch

366-368
A jökulhlaup near Søndre Strømfjord, West Greenland, and some effects on the ice-sheet margin
David E. Sugden, Chalmers M. Clapperton and Peter G. Knight

369-371
On the long-term behaviour of glacial ice under moving traffic load: a case study
S.G. Vombatkere

372-374
Isotope ratios of large ice masses
A.S. Jones

375-376
Obituary
Valter Schytt, 1920-1985
Charles Swithinbank and Gordon Robin

377
Review
V.M. Kotlyakov, ed. Glyatsiologicheskiy slovar' [Glaciological dictionary]. Leningrad, Gidrometeoizdat, 1984. 528 p
Terence Armstrong

378-381
Correspondence
On re-assessment of the mass balance of the Lambert Glacier drainage basin, Antarctica
Ian Allison, Neal W. Young and Tim Medhurst

381-382
Correspondence
Reply to "On re-assessment of the mass balance of the Lambert Glacier drainage basin, Antarctica"
Neil McIntyre

383
Satellite imagery
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