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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 34 (1988)
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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 34 (1988)


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Vol. 34 1988 No. 116

Contents

3-10
Optical properties of blowing snow
J.W. Pomeroy and D.H. Male

11-18
Relation between the mass balance of western Canadian mountain glaciers and meteorological data
Anne Letréguilly

19-25
On the albedo of snow in Antarctica: a contribution to I.A.G.O.
Gerd Wendler and John Kelley

26-30
A stochastic model of atmospheric rime icing
E.M. Gates, A. Liu and E.P. Lozowski

31-39
Mass balance along two transects of the west side of the Greenland ice sheet
J.M. Kostecka and I.M. Whillans

40-45
A pressure-sintering model for the densification of polar firn and glacier ice
D.S. Wilkinson

46-54
A flow-line model for calculating the surface profile and the velocity, strain-rate, and stress fields in an ice sheet
Niels Reeh

55-63
Application of a flow model to the ice-divide region of Devon Island Ice Cap, Canada
N. Reeh and W.S.B. Paterson

64-70
A model of icicle growth
Lasse Makkonen

71-77
Localized basal freezing within George VI Ice Shelf, Antarctica
M. Pedley, J.G. Paren and J.R. Potter

78-86
The kinetic friction of snow
S.C. Colbeck

87-94
Drainage of the Austre Okstindbreen ice-dammed lake, Okstindan, Norway
N. Tvis Knudsen and Wilfred H. Theakstone

95-101
The nature and origin of a jökulhlaup near Casey Station, Antarctica
I.D. Goodwin

102-110
Mass balance and thermal regime of Laika ice cap, Coburg Island, N.W.T., Canada
Heinz Blatter and Giovanni Kappenberger

111-120
Seismic evidence for a weak basal layer during the 1982 surge of Variegated Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.
Mark A. Richards

121-127
Ice-shelf response to ice-stream discharge fluctuations: I. Unconfined ice tongues
Douglas R. MacAyeal and Victor Barcilon

128-135
Ice-shelf response to ice-stream discharge fluctuations: II. Ideal rectangual ice shelf
Douglas R. MacAyeal and Manfred A. Lange

136-138
Obituary
John H. Mercer, 1922-1987
T.J. Hughes

139-140
Obituary
Albert P. Crary, 1911-1987
Charles R. Bentley

140
Obituary
Albert P. Crary, 1911-1987
Geoffrey Hattersley-Smith

141
Correspondence
Early descriptions of pro-talus ramparts
David J. Unwin

141-142
Correspondence
Early descriptions of pro-talus ramparts
Peter Wilson

142
Correspondence
Terminus of Glaciar O'Higgins, southern Chile
Robert M. Krimmel


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145-153
A comparison of the energy-balance and bulk-aerodynamic approaches for estimating glacier melt
J.E. Hay and B.B. Fitzharris

154-169
Evolution of Variegated Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A., prior to its surge
C.F. Raymond and W.D. Harrison

170-177
Snow-slope stability a probabilistic approach
H. Conway and J. Abrahamson

178-182
Resurvey of bore hole at Dye 3, south Greenland
B. Lyle Hansen and N.S. Gundestrup

183-187
Identification of Chernobyl fall-out as a new reference level in Northern Hemisphere glaciers
M. Pourchet, J.F. Pinglot, L. Reynaud and G. Holdsworth

188-193
The yield of avalanche snow at Rogers Pass, British Columbia, Canada
Peter Schaerer

194-199
The annual balance of North Cascade glaciers, Washington, U.S.A., measured and predicted using an activity-index method
Mauri S. Pelto

200-207
Effect of glaciers on annual run-off, Johan Dahl Land, south Greenland
R.J. Braithwaite and Ole B. Olesen

208-216
Bed topography and mass-balance distribution of Columbia Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A., determined from sequential aerial photography
L.A. Rasmussen

217-227
Character of the englacial and subglacial drainage system in the lower part of the ablation area of Storglaciären, Sweden, as revealed by dye-trace studies
Sheliah Z. Seaberg, John Z. Seaberg, Roger LeB. Hooke
and Daniel W. Wiberg

228-231
Character of the englacial and subglacial drainage system in the upper part of the ablation area of Storglaciären, Sweden
Roger LeB. Hooke, Sarah B. Miller and Jack Kohler

232-235
Acoustic emission methods applied to avalanche-formation studies
V.P. Yepifanov and V.P. Kuz'menko

236-241
A one-dimensional finite-element model for two-dimensional glacier flow
D.F.E. Stolle

242-248
Internal geometry and evolution of moulins, Storglaciären, Sweden
Per Holmlund

249-252
Instruments and Methods
Microcomputer-based image-processing system
Donald K. Perovich and Akira Hirai

253
Obituary
Father Thomas O'D. Hanley, S.J., 1923-1987
Tom Osterkamp

254-255
Correspondence
Ice rafting: an indication of glaciation?
Erk Reimnitz and Edward W. Kempema

255-256
Correspondence
Chernobyl fall-out on glaciers in the Austrian Alps
W. Ambach, W. Rehwald, M. Blumthaler, H. Eisner and P. Brunner

256
Correspondence
The influence of J.G. Goodchild
John Shaw


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259-264
On the formulation of the basal debris drag for the case of sparse debris
E.M. Shoemaker

265-268
ëD-ë18O relationships and the thermal history of basal ice near the margins of two glaciers in Lyngen, north Norway
J.E. Gordon, W.G. Darling, W.B. Whalley and A.F. Gellatly

269-273
Is the longitudinal profile of Storglaciären, northern Sweden, in balance with the present climate?
Per Holmlund

274-282
Modelling changes in the dielectric and scattering properties of young snow-covered sea ice at GHz frequencies
Mark R. Drinkwater and G.B. Crocker

283-290
Concerning the deposition and diagenesis of strata in polar firn
Richard B. Alley

291-292
Fish antifreeze proteins and the creep of polycrystalline ice
John W. Glen and David J. Ives

293-296
Enhanced radar scattering from water inclusions in ice
J.L. Bamber

297-300
Analysis of trace elements in the BHQ ice core, Law Dome, Antarctica
Liu Yun-Gang, Zhang Yun-Hui, Li Gui-Qun, Xiao Lun and Xie Zi-chu

301-308
Two-dimensional deformation patterns in sea ice
Björn Erlingsson

309-317
Temporal variations of isotopic composition of glacier-river water during summer: observations at Austre Okstindbreen, Okstindan, Norway
Wilfred H. Theakstone

318-326
Dynamics of the ice-crushing process
Ian J. Jordaan and Garry W. Timco

327-332
Rock glaciers of the Dalton Range, Kluane Ranges, south-west Yukon Territory, Canada
Peter G. Johnson and Diane Lacasse

333-341
Simulation of historic glacier variations with a simple climate-glacier model
Johannes Oerlemans

342-348
Early discoverers XXXV
Descent of glaciers: some early speculations on glacier flow and ice physics
J.C.F. Walker and E.D. Waddington

349-354
Instruments and Methods
A portable digital data-acquisition system for surface-based ice-radar studies
Robert W. Jacobel, Stefan K. Anderson and Dennis F. Rioux

355-357
Instruments and Methods
A method for computing shallow ice-core depths
Ian M. Whillans and John F. Bolzan

358-362
Instruments and Methods
Measurement of outflow from a snowbank with basal ice
Kathy Lynn Young and Antoni G. Lewkowicz

363
Review
Higashi, A., ed. 1988. Lattice defects in ice crystals - X-ray topographic observations. Sapporo, Japan, Hokkaido University Press
Robert W. Whitworth

364-365
Correspondence
Rheological contrast between Pleistocene and Holocene ice in Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, N.W.T., Canada: a new interpretation
Roger LeB. Hooke, X.Q. Gao, T.H. Jacka and R.A. Souchez

365-366
Correspondence
Estimating glacier melt from bulk-exchange coefficients
Roger J. Braithwaite

366
Correspondence
The influence of J.G. Goodchild
G.S. Boulton

366-367
Correspondence
The influence of J.G. Goodchild
John Shaw