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[Volume 35]

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 36 (1990)


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Vol. 36 1990 No. 122

Contents

3-10
Crevasse deformation and examples from Ice Stream B, Antarctica
P.L. Vornberger and I.M. Whillans

11-16
The Dominion Range ice core, Queen Maud Mountains, Antarctica - general site and core characteristics with implications
Paul A. Mayewski, Mark S. Twickler, Wm Berry Lyons, Mary Jo Spencer, Debra A. Meese, Anthony J. Gow, Pieter Grootes, Todd Sowers, M. Scott Watson and Eric Saltzman

17-30
Determination of the surface and bed topography in central Greenland
Steven M. Hodge, David L. Wright, Jerry A. Bradley, Robert W. Jacobel, Neils Skou and Bruce Vaughn

31-36
Icequakes on Ekström Ice Shelf near Atka Bay, Antarctica
H. von der Osten-Woldenburg

37-40
Relationship between the development of depth hoar and avalanche release in the Tian Shan Mountains, China
Ma Weilin and Hu Ruji

41-48
On the numerical solution of Stefen problems in temperate ice
Kolumban Hutter, Amédé Zryd and Hans Röthlisberger

49-56
Thermal response of a small ice cap to climatic forcing
Brian Hanson

57-66
Avalanche weather forecasting at the Northwest Avalanche Center, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
S.A. Ferguson, M.B. Moore, R.T. Marriott and P. Speers-Hayes

67-71
Subglacial water pressures and the shape of subglacial conduits
Roger LeB. Hooke, Tron Laumann and Jack Kohler

72-74
Observations on the drainage of an ice-dammed lake in West Greenland
Andrew J. Russell, John F. Aitken and Carmen de Jong

75-81
Remote-sensing studies of Kvitøyjøkulen, an ice cap on Kvitøya, north-east Svalbard
Jonathan L. Bamber and Julian A. Dowdeswell

82-88
Jakobshavns Isbræ, West Greenland: seasonal variations in velocity or lack thereof
Keith Echelmeyer and William D. Harrison

89-101
Configuration of the drainage system of Midtdalsbreen, Norway, as indicated by dye-tracing experiments
Ian C. Willis, Martin J. Sharp and Keith S. Richards

102-106
In-situ tensile tests of snow-pack layers
J.B. Jamieson and C.D. Johnston

107-111
A notch-strengthening effect in fresh-water ice
Wilfrid A. Nixon and Erland M. Schulson

112-121
Instruments and Methods
A digital low-frequency, surface-profiling ice-radar system
David L. Wright, Steven M. Hodge, Jerry A. Bradley, Thomas P. Grover and Robert W. Jacobel

122
Review
Lliboutry, L.A. 1987. Very slow flow of solids. Basics of modeling in geodynamics and glaciology. Dordrecht, etc., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
E.M. Morris

122-124
Review
Swithinbank, C. 1988. Satellite image atlas of glaciers of the world: Antarctica. Washington, DC, United States Government Printing Office. (United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 1386-B)
Ian Allison and Olav Orheim

125
Correspondence
About the origin of rock glaciers
Louis Lliboutry

125-126
Correspondence
An unusual jökulhlaup involving potholes on Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska Range, Alaska, U.S.A
Matthew Sturm and Dawn M. Cosgrove

126-128
Correspondence
Comments on "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"
C.C. Smart

128-129
Correspondence
Reply to "Comments on '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'"
Roger LeB. Hooke and Jack Kohler

129-130
Correspondence
Implications of glacial sculpture on Hans Island, between Greenland and Ellesmere Island (Nares Strait)
T.A. De Freitas

130
Correspondence
The origin of waves on rock glaciers
Louis Lliboutry


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133-142
Intensity of satellite radar-altimeter return power over continental ice: a potential measurement of katabatic wind intensity
F. Rémy, C. Brossier and J.F. Minster

143-150
Experiments on the growth of spongy ice near a stagnant point
G.S.H. Lock and I.B. Foster

151-158
Thermal characteristics of the permafrost within an active rock glacier (Murtèl/Corvatsch, Grisons, Swiss Alps)
Daniel Vonder Mühll and Wilfried Haeberli

159-162
A surge of Bualtar Glacier, Karakorum Range, Pakistan: a possible landslide trigger
James S. Gardner and Kenneth Hewitt

163-168
The potential for basal melting under Summit, Greenland
John Firestone, Ed Waddington and James Cunningham

169-178
Two-dimensional spreading and thickening of aufeis
G.A. Schohl and R. Ettema

179-187
A theoretical determination of the characteristic equation Of snow in the pendular regime
E.M. Morris and R.J. Kelly

188-198
A model for scaling avalanche speeds
D.M. McClung

199-209
Mass balance of Rhonegletscher during 1882/83-1986/87
Jiyang Chen and Martin Funk

210-216
On the temperature distribution of glaciers in China
Huang Maohuan

217-221
Response of the energy balance on the margin of the Greenland ice sheet to temperature changes
Roger J. Braithwaite and Ole B. Olesen

222-228
A simple energy-balance model to calculate ice ablation at the margin of the Greenland ice sheet
Roger J. Braithwaite and Ole B. Olesen

229-237
Numerical simulation of powder-snow avalanches
Yusuke Fukushima and Gary Parker

238-246
Analysis and modeling of melt-water refreezing in dry snow
W.Tad Pfeffer, Tissa H. Illangasekare and Mark F. Meier

247-254
Instruments and Methods
Design, development, field observations, and preliminary results of the coherent Antarctic radar depth sounder (CARDS) of the University of Kansas, U.S.A.
G. Raju, W. Xin and R.K. Moore

255-257
Instruments and Methods
A PC-based portable ice-radar receiver
W.R. Hammond and K.F. Sprenke

258-259
Correspondence
First discovery of fossil ice of 1000-1700 year B.P. in Japan
Minoru Yoshida, Katsuhiro Yamamoto, Kenji Higuchi, Hajime Iida, Tetsuo Ohata and Toshio Nakamura


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263-268
A subglacial boundary-layer regelation mechanism
E.M. Shoemaker

269-272
Boudinage: a source of stratigraphic disturbance in glacial ice in central Greenland
J. Cunningham and E.D. Waddington

273-278
Digital terrain models as a tool for glacier studies
Hermann Rentsch, Walter Welsch, Christian Heipke
and Maynard M. Miller

279-286
Ice-marginal depositional processes in a polar maritime environment, Vestfold Hills, Antarctica
Sean J. Fitzsimons

287-298
Hot-water drilling and bore-hole closure in cold ice
Neil Humphrey and Keith Echelmeyer

299-303
Correction of air-content measurements in polar ice for the effect of cut bubbles at the surface of the sample
P. Martinerie, V.Ya. Lipenkov and D. Raynaud

304-314
Laboratory simulations of glacial abrasion: comparison with theory
Neal R. Iverson

315-323
18O concentrations in sea ice of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica
M.A. Lange, P. Schlosser, S.F. Ackley, P. Wadhams and G.S. Dieckmann

324-339
Flow laws for glacier ice: comparison of numerical predictions and field measurements
C.J. van der Veen and I.M. Whillans

340-342
A modern pollen spectrum from Dye 3, south Greenland ice sheet
Jocelyne C. Bourgeois

343-349
Thermal expansion coefficients for sea ice
Jerome B. Johnson and Ronald C. Metzner

350-351
Correspondence
Recent change in ice thickness in Windless Bight, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica?
G. Delisle

351-353
Correspondence
Vapor-pressure dependence on temperature in models of snow metamorphism
S.C. Colbeck

353
Correspondence
Extraordinary melt-water run-off near Søndre Strømfjord, West Greenland
Andrew J. Russell

353-356
Correspondence
Comments on: "6000-year climate records in an ice core from the Høghetta ice dome in northern Spitsbergen"
Julian A. Dowdeswell, David J. Drewry and Jefferson C. Simões