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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 40 (1994)
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[Volume 39]

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 40 (1994)


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[Volume 41]

Vol. 40 1994 No. 134

Contents

3-15
Channelized subglacial drainage over a deformable bed
Joseph S. Walder and Andrew Fowler

16-30
Temporal evolution of physical and dielectrical properties of sea ice and snow during the early melt season: observations from SIMS '90 experiment
Mohammed E. Shokr and David G. Barber

31-45
Winter sea-ice mapping from multi-parameter synthetic-aperture radar data
Eric Rignot and Mark R. Drinkwater

46-55
Comparison between experiment and computer modelling of plane-strain simple-shear ice deformation
C.J.L. Wilson and Y. Zhang

56-66
Accumulation-rate variations around Summit, Greenland
John F. Bolzan and Michael Strobel

67-74
Short-term velocity variations and basal coupling near a bergschrund, Storglaciären, Sweden
Brian Hanson and Roger LeB. Hooke

75-78
An observation of roll waves in a supraglacial meltwater channel, Harlech Gletscher, East Greenland
Steve Carver, Dave Sear and Eric Valentine

79-86
Air-hydrate crystals in deep ice-core samples from Vostok Station, Antarctica
T. Uchida, T. Hondoh, S. Mae, V.Ya. Lipenkov and P. Duval

87-92
137Cs gamma-ray detection at Summit, Greenland
Philip P. Dunphy and Jack E. Dibb

93-96
Measuring glacier outflows using a computerized conductivity system
Geoff Kite

97-106
Ploughing of subglacial sediment
Urs H. Fischer and Garry K.C. Clarke

107-118
Distribution of stable isotopes in surface snow along the route of the 1990 International Trans-Antarctica Expedition
Qin Dahe, J.R. Petit, J. Jouzel and M. Stievenard

119-124
Melt-layer thickness measurements during crushing experiments on fresh-water ice
R.E. Gagnon

125-131
A glaciological model of the Younger Dryas event in Scandinavia
James L. Fastook and Per Holmlund

132-134
Internal melt figures in ice by rapid adiabatic compression
R.E. Gagnon, C. Tulk and H. Kiefte

135-139
Strain in the ice sheet deduced from the crystal-orientation fabrics from bare icefields adjacent to the Sør-Rondane Mountains, Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
S. Fujita and S. Mae

140-148
Hydrology of a segment of a glacier situated in an overdeepening, Storglaciären, Sweden
Roger LeB. Hooke and Veijo A. Pohjola

149-157
Evolution of glaciation in the Pamiro-Alai mountains and its effect on river run-off
V.G. Konovalov and A.S. Shchetinnicov

158-166
Thermoluminescence in suspended sediment of glacier meltwater streams
Alastair M.D. Gemmell

167-175
A finite-element model of Antarctica: sensitivity test for meteorological mass-balance relationship
James L. Fastook and Mike Prentice

176-186
Unusual flood events from an Alpine glacier: observations and deductions on generating mechanisms
J. Warburton and C.R. Fenn

187-189
Observations of a rift in the Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica
E.C. King

190-194
Instruments and Methods
Miniature high-power impulse transmitter for radio-echo sounding
B. Barry Narod and Garry K.C. Clarke

195-197
Instruments and Methods
Capture and scanning electron microscopy of individual snow crystals
E.W. Wolff and A.P. Reid

198-199
Correspondence
Glaciers in Picos de Europa, Cordillera Cantábrica, northwest Spain
Juan José González Suárez and Victoria Alonso

199-200
Correspondence
Comments on "Subglacial floods and the origin of low-relief ice-sheet lobes'' by E.M. Shoemaker
Joseph S. Walder

201-202
Correspondence
Reply to comments on "Subglacial floods and the origin of low-relief ice-sheet lobes'' by J.S. Walder
E.M. Shoemaker

202-203
Correspondence
Comments on "Analysis of glacier facies using satellite techniques" by Williams and others
Oddur Sigurðsson

205-210
Historic retreat of Grand Pacific and Melbern Glaciers, Saint Elias Mountains, Canada: an analogue for decay of the Cordilleran ice sheet at the end of the Pleistocene?
John J. Clague and S.G. Evans


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213-230
Greenland ice-sheet surface properties observed by the Seasat-A scatterometer at enhanced resolution
David G. Long and Mark R. Drinkwater

231-240
TV-video observations of englacial voids in Storglaciären, Sweden
Veijo Allan Pohjola

241-254
The 1987-88 surge of West Fork Glacier, Susitna Basin, Alaska, U.S.A.
W.D. Harrison, K.A. Echelmeyer, E.F. Chacho, C.F. Raymond and R.J. Benedict

255-264
Glacial land forms indicative of a partly frozen bed
Johan Kleman and Ingmar Borgström

265-276
Brittle compressive failure of salt-water columnar ice under biaxial loading
T.R. Smith and E.M. Schulson

277-282
The thermodynamic predictability of sea ice
Robert W. Grumbine

283-292
Decay of a High Arctic lake-ice cover: observations and modelling
Richard Heron and Ming-Ko Woo

293-304
Borehole water-level variations and implications for the subglacial hydraulics of South Cascade Glacier, Washington State, U.S.A.
Andrew G. Fountain

305-318
Ice triaxial deformation and fracture
M.A. Rist and S.A.F. Murrell

319-326
Growth rates of icicles
N. Maeno, L. Makkonen, K. Nishimura, K. Kosugi and T. Takahashi

327-340
The character, structure and origin of the basal ice layer of a surge-type glacier
Martin Sharp, Jean Jouzel, Bryn Hubbard and Wendy Lawson

341-349
Calibration of the ë18O isotopic paleothermometer for central Greenland, using borehole temperatures
Kurt M. Cuffey, Richard B. Alley, Pieter M. Grootes, John M. Bolzan
and Sridhar Anandakrishnan

350-358
Numerical avalanche prediction: Kootenay Pass, British Columbia, Canada
D.M. McClung and John Tweedy

359-367
Ice flow around large obstacles as indicated by basal ice exposed at the margin of the Greenland ice sheet
Peter G. Knight, David E. Sugden and Christopher D. Minty

368-376
Mass-balance estimates on the glacier complex Kongsvegen and Sveabreen, Spitsbergen, Svalbard, using radioactive layers
Bernard Lefauconnier, Jon Ove Hagen, Jean Francis Pinglot
and Michel Pourchet

377-385
Observations of flexural waves on the Erebus Ice Tongue, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, and nearby sea ice
Vernon A. Squire, William H. Robinson, Michael Meylan and
Timothy G. Haskell

386-398
Textural characteristics and impurity content of meteoric and marine ice in the Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Hajo Eicken, Hans Oerter, Heinz Miller, Wolfgang Graf and Josef Kipfstuhl

399-409
Spatial and temporal patterns in snow accumulation, western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Elisabeth Isaksson and Wibjörn Karlén

410-414
Instruments and Methods
Diamond wire-saw cutting technique for investigating textures and fabrics of debris-laden ice and brittle ice
J.-L. Tison

415-426
Instruments and Methods
Fracture toughness and crack growth of brackish ice using chevron-notched specimens
Lars Stehn

427-429
Correspondence
Ice exposures in rock glaciers
W.Brian Whalley, Cheryl Palmer, Samantha Hamilton and John Gordon


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433-450
Monolithologic erosion of hard beds by temperate glaciers
Louis A. Lliboutry

451-462
Crack propagation and fracture resistance in saline ice
Samuel J. DeFranco and John P. Dempsey

463-476
Extent and duration of Antarctic surface melt
H. Jay Zwally and Stephen Fiegles

477-485
Variations of near-surface firn density in the lower accumulation area of the Greenland ice sheet, Pâkitsoq, West Greenland
Roger J. Braithwaite, Martin Laternser and W. Tad Pfeffer

486-490
Recent variations of Ghiacciaio del Calderone, Abruzzi, Italy
A.F. Gellatly, C. Smiraglia, J.M. Grove and R. Latham

491-496
Shear-wave detection of asymmetric c-axis fabrics in the GISP2 ice core, Greenland
S. Anandakrishnan, J.J. FitzPatrick, R.B. Alley, A.J. Gow and D.A. Meese

497-503
In-situ measurement of the strength of deforming subglacial till
Neal R. Iverson, Peter Jansson and Roger LeB. Hooke

504-508
Polar ice stratigraphy from laser-light scattering: scattering from meltwater
Michael Ram and Matthias Illing

509-518
Theoretical limitations to englacial velocity calculations
David B. Bahr, W. Tad Pfeffer and Mark F. Meier

519-526
An investigation of terrain irradiance in a mountain-glacier basin
Denis J. Gratton, Philip J. Howarth and Danielle J. Marceau

527-538
The role of the margins in the dynamics of an active ice stream
K.A. Echelmeyer, W.D. Harrison, C. Larsen and J.E. Mitchell

539-552
Hydrology, erosion and sediment production in a surging glacier: Variegated Glacier, Alaska, 1982-83
Neil F. Humphrey and C.F. Raymond

553-560
Tectonic processes in Svalbard tide-water glacier surges: evidence from structural glaciology
Richard Hodgkins and Julian A. Dowdeswell

561-565
Temperature and movement measurements at a bergschrund
Rudolf Mair and Michael Kuhn

566-568
Ductile saline ice
G.A. Kuehn and E.M. Schulson

569-585
Mechanisms of fast flow in Jakobshavns Isbræ, West Greenland: Part II. Modeling of englacial temperatures
M. Funk, K. Echelmeyer and A. Iken

586-594
Simulation of ice accretion on a cylinder due to freezing rain
Krzysztof Szilder

595-599
Instruments and Methods
Direct measurement of sliding at the glacier bed
Erik W. Blake, Urs H. Fischer and Garry K.C. Clarke

600-601
Correspondence
Glacier sliding, regelation water flow and development of basal ice
Peter G. Knight and Debbie A. Knight