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[Volume 34]

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 35 (1989)


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[Volume 36]

Vol. 35 1989 No. 119

Contents

3-8
Modelling Antarctic fast-ice growth
G.B. Crocker and P. Wadhams

9-16
Stable-isotope (18O/16O) tracing of fresh, brackish, and sea ice in multi-year land-fast sea ice, Ellesmere Island, Canada
Martin O. Jeffries, H. Roy Krouse, William M. Sackinger
and Harold V. Serson

17-22
The geometry of water veins and nodes in polycrystalline ice
J.F. Nye

23-29
Snow-crystal growth with varying surface temperatures and radiation penetration
S.C. Colbeck

30-37
Ice/bed interface and englacial properties of Svalbard ice masses deduced from airborne radio echo-sounding data
J.L. Bamber

38-42
Ice-shelf response to ice-stream discharge fluctuations: III. The effects of ice-stream imbalance on the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Douglas R. MacAyeal

43-47
A synthetic-aperture radio-echo experiment at Storglaciären, Sweden
M.E.R. Walford and M.I. Kennett

48-52
A map-plane finite-element model: three modeling experiments
James L. Fastook and Judith E. Chapman

53-60
Force budget: I. Theory and numerical methods
C.J. van der Veen and I.M. Whillans

61-67
Force budget: II. Application to two-dimensional flow along Byrd Station Strain Network, Antarctica
C.J. van der Veen and I.M. Whillans

68-80
Force budget: III. Application to three-dimensional flow of Byrd Glacier, Antarctica
I.M. Whillans, Y.H. Chen, C.J. van der Veen and T.J. Hughes

81-84
The medial moraines of Ghiacciaio dei Forni, Valtellina, Italy: morphology and sedimentology
C. Smiraglia

85-97
Ice flow over a bump: experiment and numerical simulations
Jacques Meyssonnier

98-107
Mapping of the topography of continental ice by inversion of satellite-altimeter data
F. Rémy, P. Mazzega, S. Houry, C. Brossier and J.F. Minster

108-118
Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed deformation: I.
Water system

R.B. Alley

119-129
Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed deformation: II. Velocity-depth profiles
R.B. Alley

130-139
Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed deformation: III. Application to Ice Stream B, Antarctica
R.B. Alley, D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney and C.R. Bentley

140-142
Instruments and Methods
A shear-creep system for studying grain-boundary behaviour in ice
M. Ignat and G. Ricou

143-148
Instruments and Methods
Design and operation of a portable, digital impulse radar
F.H.M. Jones, B.Barry Narod and Garry K.C. Clarke

149-150
Review
Gurnell, A.M. and M.J. Clark, eds. 1987. Glacio- fluvial sediment transfer: an alpine perspective. Chichester, etc., John Wiley and Sons Ltd
T.J.H. Chinn

151-152
Correspondence
Correction to: Force, mass, and energy budgets of the Crary Ice Rise complex, Antarctica
Douglas R. MacAyeal, Robert A. Bindschadler, Simon Stephenson, Sion Shabtaie and Charles R. Bentley

153-154
Correspondence
Some additional remarks on isotope stratification of the snow cover in high mountains
Jerzy Grabczak, Jerzy Niewodniczanski and Kazimierz R¢zanski


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157-162
A comparison of two recent jökulhlaups from an ice-dammed lake, Søndre Strømfjord, West Greenland
Andrew J. Russell

163-168
Spatial patterns of mass-balance fluctuations of North American glaciers
Anne Letréguilly and Louis Reynaud

169-178
A time-dependent thermodynamic model of the build-up of sea-ice platforms
K. Szilder and E.P. Lozowski

179-182
Waves on glacier beds
V.L. Mazo

183-190
Dynamics of the Late Pleistocene Big Timber Glacier, Crazy Mountains, Montana, U.S.A.
Donald R. Murray and William W. Locke, III

191-192
The fracture toughness of ice in contact with salt water
S.A. Sabol and E.M. Schulson

193-196
"Striations" produced by catastrophic subglacial drainage of a glacier-dammed lake, Mjølkedalsbreen, Southern Norway
Danny McCarroll, John A. Matthews and Richard A. Shakesby

197-200
VLF surface-impedance measurements for ice-depth mapping in the Antarctic
David V. Thiel and Fiona Neall

201-208
Short-term variations in strain and surface tilt on Storglaciären, Kebnekaise, northern Sweden
Peter Jansson and Roger LeB. Hooke

209-213
Air movement in snow due to windpumping
S.C. Colbeck

214-216
Stacking of basal debris layers without bulk freezing-on: isotopic evidence from West Greenland
Peter G. Knight

217-223
The development of aligned columnar sea ice: a field investigation
Ed Stander and Bernard Michel

224-234
On the nature of Svalbard icebergs
Julian A. Dowdeswell

235-247
A 3 year record of seasonal variations in surface velocity, Storglaciären, Sweden
Roger LeB. Hooke, Peter Calla, Per Holmlund, Mats Nilsson
and Arjen Stroeven

248-252
Evaluation of avalanche-mass determination approaches: an example from the Himalaya, Pakistan
F.A. de Scally and J.S. Gardner

253-259
Detection of climate signal by inter-stake correlations of annual ablation data, Qamanârssûp sermia, West Greenland
Roger J. Braithwaite and Ole B. Olesen

260-266
Bending shear: the rate-controlling mechanism for calving ice walls
Terence Hughes and Masayuki Nakagawa

267-275
Observations of the surface properties of the ice sheets by satellite radar altimetry
K.C. Partington, J.K. Ridley, C.G. Rapley and H.J. Zwally

276-280
Structure and debris characteristics of medial moraines in Jotunheimen, Norway: implications for moraine classification
D.M. Vere and D.I. Benn

281-283
X-ray topographic observations of edge dislocation glide on non-basal planes in ice
C. Shearwood and R.W. Whitworth

284-286
Correspondence
Modeling the influence of till rheology on the flow and profile of the Lake Michigan lobe, southern Laurentide Ice Sheet, U.S.A.: discussion
Peter U. Clark and W. Hilton Johnson

286-288
Correspondence
Reply to: "Modeling the influence of till rheology on the flow and profile of the Lake Michigan lobe, southern Laurentide Ice Sheet, U.S.A.: discussion"
James E. Begét

288-290
Correspondence
River-ice mounds on Alaska's North Slope
Steven A. Arcone, Allan J. Delaney and Darryl Calkins

290-292
Correspondence
Seasonal variations in diatom abundance and provenance in Greenland ice
R.I. Gayley, M. Ram and E.F. Stoermer

292-294
Correspondence
In-situ measurements of electrical conductivity and pH in core samples from a glacier in Spitsbergen, Svalbard
Kokichi Kamiyama, Yoshiyuki Fujii, Okitsugu Watanabe, Kaoru Izumi, Kazuhide Satow, Takao Kameda and Toshiyuki Kawamura

294
Correspondence
Vertical dispersion of Chernobyl fall-out on Kesselwandferner, Oetztal Alps, Austria
W. Ambach, W. Rehwald, M. Blumthaler, H. Eisner and P. Brunner

294-295
Correspondence
Glacier ice-cored rock glaciers in the Yukon Territory, Canada?
Wilfried Haeberli


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299-310
The topography and surface characteristics of the Larsen Ice Shelf, Antarctica, using satellite altimetry
Jeff Ridley, Wyn Cudlip, Neil McIntyre and Chris Rapley

311-316
Effects of climatic perturbations on the surface-ablation regime of the Greenland Ice Sheet, West Greenland
W. Ambach

317-324
Apron entrainment at the margins of sub-polar glaciers, north-west Ellesmere Island, Canadian High Arctic
David J.A. Evans

325-332
Ice flow and mass changes of Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya, East Africa: observations 1974-86, modelling, and predictions to the year 2000 A.D
Stefan Hastenrath

333-342
An energy and mass model of snow cover suitable for operational avalanche forecasting
E. Brun, E. Martin, V. Simon, C. Gendre and C. Coléou

343-348
Surface roughness and bulk heat transfer on a glacier: comparison with eddy correlation
D. Scott Munro

349-354
Estimates of peak discharge from the drainage of ice-dammed Ape Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Joseph R. Desloges, David P. Jones and Karl E. Ricker

355-369
Time-scale for adjustment of glaciers to changes in mass balance
Tómas Jóhannesson, Charles Raymond and Ed Waddington

370-377
Distribution of net mass balance in the vicinity of Crary Ice Rise, Antarctica
Robert A. Bindschadler, Eric P. Roberts and Douglas R. MacAyeal

378-382
The effect of the specimen-platen interface on internal cracking and brittle fracture of ice under compression: high-speed photography
E.M. Schulson, M.C. Gies, G.J. Lasonde and W.A. Nixon

383-391
On the development of transverse ridges on rock glaciers
Deborah S. Loewenherz, Christopher J. Lawrence and Richard L. Weaver

392-398
Crystalline texture of the 2083 m ice core at Vostok Station, Antarctica
V.Ya. Lipenkov, N.I. Barkov, P. Duval and P. Pimienta

399-405
Mass-balance gradients and climatic change
J. Oerlemans and N.C. Hoogendoorn

406-417
The age-depth profile in the upper part of a steady-state ice sheet
Niels Reeh

419-425
Early discoverers XXXVI
W.J. McGee on glacial erosion laws and the development of glacial valleys
Jonathan M. Harbor