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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 32 (1986)
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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 32 (1986)


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Vol. 32 1986 No. 110

Contents

3-5
Sub-temperate basal sliding
A.C. Fowler

6-11
Icing on a non-rotating cylinder under conditions of high liquid water content in the air: I. Form and size of ice deposits
Jouko Launiainen and Markku Lyyra

12-19
Icing on a non-rotating cylinder under conditions of high liquid water content in the air: II. Heat transfer and rate of ice growth
Jouko Launiainen and Markku Lyyra

20-30
Subglacial hydrology for an ice sheet resting on a deformable aquifer
E.M. Shoemaker

31-38
Drainage-basin characteristics of Nordaustlandet ice caps, Svalbard
Julian A. Dowdeswell

39-49
Interpretation of radio echoes from Storglaciären, northern Sweden
M.E.R. Walford, M.I. Kennett and P. Holmlund

50-53
Assessment of mass-balance variations within a sparse stake network, Qamanârssûp sermia, West Greenland
Roger J. Braithwaite

54-59
On the sea-ice regime of the Ross Sea, Antarctica
Andrew P. Sturman and Mark R. Anderson

60-64
Glacial erosion of a High Arctic valley
John England

65-71
The formation of fjord thresholds
E.M. Shoemaker

72-86
The effects of basal melting on the present flow of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
D.R. MacAyeal and R.H. Thomas

87-94
Detection of the depth-hoar layer in the snow-pack of the Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska, U.S.A., using satellite data
D.K. Hall, A.T.C. Chang and J.L. Foster

95-100
Melt-water drainage pattern of composite glaciers
Karl N. Thome

101-119
Combined measurements of subglacial water pressure and surface velocity of Findelengletscher, Switzerland: conclusions about drainage system and sliding mechanism
Almut Iken and Robert A. Bindschadler

120-132
On the mechanics of surging glaciers
R.M. McMeeking and R.E. Johnson

133
Correspondence
Discharge of debris by Glaciar Hatunraju, Cordillera Blanca, Peru
L. Lliboutry

133-135
Correspondence
Spatial and temporal variation of electrical conductivity, pH, and water temperature in the Gornera, Switzerland
Richard C. Metcalf

135
Correspondence
The faces of ice
G.S.H. Lock


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139-160
A numerical study of plane ice-sheet flow
K. Hutter, S. Yakowitz and F. Szidarovszky

161-167
On the deterioration of a grounded iceberg
S. Venkatesh

168-177
Theory and laboratory observations of naled ice growth
G.A. Schohl and R. Ettema

178-191
Propagating strain anomalies during mini-surges of Variegated Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Charles F. Raymond and Stephen Malone

192-194
Refraction correction for radio echo-sounding of ice overlain by firn
L.A. Rasmussen

195-207
Discharges of turbid water during mini-surges of Variegated Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Neil Humphrey, Charles Raymond and Will Harrison

208-218
Mass balance of four cirque glaciers in the Torngat Mountains of northern Labrador, Canada
Robert J. Rogerson

219-223
Determination of particle paths using the finite-element method
D.F.E. Stolle and M.S. Killeavy

224-231
Debris-influenced sliding laws and basal debris balance
E.M. Shoemaker

232-234
Some observations on subglacial ground-water flow
C.C. Smart

235-241
Modeling the influence of till rheology on the flow and profile of the Lake Michigan lobe, southern Laurentide ice sheet, U.S.A
James E. Beget

242-251
Antarctic iceberg distribution and dissolution
T.C. Hamley and W.F. Budd

252-254
Flow of the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica, derived from LANDSAT images, 1974-85
D.A. Simmons

255-266
Role of debris cover in the thermal physics of glaciers
A.N. Bozhinskiy, M.S. Krass and V.V. Popovnin

267-284
Stress-gradient coupling in glacier flow: I. Longitudinal averaging of the influence of ice thickness and surface slope
Barclay Kamb and Keith A. Echelmeyer

285-298
Stress-gradient coupling in glacier flow: II. Longitudinal averaging of the flow response to small perturbations in ice thickness and surface slope
Keith A. Echelmeyer and Barclay Kamb

299-301
Instruments and Methods
A new instrument for determining strength profiles in snow cover
Timothy Dowd and R.L. Brown

302-303
Instruments and Methods
A method for growing large single crystals of sea ice
Toshiyuki Kawamura

304
Correspondence
Glacial lake drainage near Søndre Strømfjord, West Greenland
John E. Gordon


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307-313
Chemical fractionation of brine in the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
James H. Cragin, Anthony J. Gow and Austin Kovacs

314-320
Explosive growth of shear-heating instabilities in the down-slope creep of ice sheets
David A. Yuen, Marc R. Saari and Gerald Schubert

321-324
Comparison of experimental and computer modeling of snow-block impact on structures
Lorraine B. Mead, Hideomi Nakamura, Theodore E. Lang
and Jimmie D. Dent

325-334
Wave ogives
E.D. Waddington

335-341
Stress-gradient coupling in glacier flow: III. Exact longitudinal equilibrium equation
Barclay Kamb

342-349
Stress-gradient coupling in glacier flow: IV. Effects of the "T " term
Barclay Kamb and Keith A. Echelmeyer

350-354
Medial moraines and surface melt on glaciers of the Torngat Mountains, northern Labrador, Canada
R.J. Rogerson, M.E. Olson and D. Branson

355-362
Effects of the 1966-68 eruptions of Mount Redoubt on the flow of Drift Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Matthew Sturm, Carl Benson and Peter MacKeith

363-365
Isotropic points on glaciers
J.F. Nye

366-370
Implications of the form of the flow law for vertical velocity and age-depth profiles in polar ice
E.W. Wolff and C.S.M. Doake

371-375
Changes in the salinity and porosity of sea-ice samples during shipping and storage
G.F.N. Cox and W.F. Weeks

376-382
A preliminary assessment of glacial ice profiling using VLF surface-impedance measurements
David V. Thiel

383-390
Ice conditions of an Arctic polynya: North Water in winter
Konrad Steffen

391-396
Three-dimensional coordination number from two-dimensional measurements: a new method
Richard B. Alley

397-403
Experiments on freeze-bonding between ice blocks in floating ice rubble
R. Ettema and J.A. Schaefer

404-414
Motion of sub-freezing ice past particles, with applications to wire regelation and frozen soils
Joseph S. Walder

415-424
Grain growth in polar ice: I. Theory
R.B. Alley, J.H. Perepezko and C.R. Bentley

425-433
Grain growth in polar ice: II. Application
R.B. Alley, J.H. Perepezko and C.R. Bentley

434-438
The granular structure of snow: an internal-state variable approach
A.C. Hansen and R.L. Brown

439-445
Hydraulics of subglacial cavities
Joseph S. Walder

446-454
Mass-balance measurements: problems and two new methods of determining variations
Louis Reynaud, Michel Vallon and Anne Letréguilly

455-463
Basal water and high-pressure basal ice
J. Weertman

464-474
The recent advance of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
S.S. Jacobs, D.R. MacAyeal and J.L. Ardai, Jr.

475-485
Isotopic fractionation at the base of polar and sub-polar glaciers
G.S. Boulton and U. Spring

486-500
Accumulation distribution in Terre Adélie, Antarctica: effect of meteorological parameters
P. Pettré, J.F. Pinglot, M. Pourchet and L. Reynaud

501-510
On the special rheological properties of ancient microparticle-laden Northern Hemisphere ice as derived from bore-hole and core measurements
D.A. Fisher and R.M. Koerner

511-519
Rate of short-term ablation of exposed ground ice, Banks Island, Northwest Territories, Canada
Antoni G. Lewkowicz

520-526
A crystallographic study of the perennially frozen ice surface of patterned lakes, Framnes Mountains, East Antarctica
J.L.C. Chambers, C.J.L. Wilson and D.A. Adamson

527-529
Recent fluctuations of Rakhiot Glacier, Nanga Parbat, Punjab Himalaya, Pakistan
James S. Gardner

530-534
Finite-element simulation of the thermal regime of the Erebus Glacier tongue, Antarctica
D.F.E. Stolle and F.A. Mirza

535-537
Instruments and Methods
A field test to assess snow-slope stability
H. Conway, J. Abrahamson and R. Young

538-539
Instruments and Methods
Method of measuring liquid water mass fraction of snow by alcohol solution
D. Fisk

540-541
Instruments and Methods
A procedure for testing cored ice under uniaxial tension
Russell W. Lee

542-543
Correspondence
Snow chemistry from Xixabangma Peak, Tibet
Paul A. Mayewski, Wm Berry Lyons, Mary Jo Spencer
and Jerry L. Clayton

543
Correspondence
Winter-talus ridges, nivation ridges, and pro-talus ramparts
David R. Butler