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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 41 (1995)
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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 41 (1995)


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Vol. 41 1995 No. 137

Contents

1-10
Frequent outburst floods from South Tahoma Glacier, Mount Rainier, U.S.A.: relation to debris flows, meteorological origin and implications for subglacial hydrology
Joseph S. Walder and Carolyn L. Driedger

11-29
A phase-changing dry snowpack model
J.M.N.T. Gray, L.W. Morland and E.M. Morris

30-38
Physical environment of drumlin formation
Carrie J. Patterson and Roger LeB. Hooke

39-50
Resolving the Younger Dryas event through borehole thermometry
John Firestone

51-60
Variations in snowpack melt on the Greenland ice sheet based on passive-microwave measurements
Thomas L. Mote and Mark R. Anderson

61-67
Monthly balance and water discharge of an inter-tropical glacier: Zongo Glacier, Cordillera Real, Bolivia, 16°S
Bernard Francou, Pierre Ribstein, Ronald Saravia and Eric Tiriau

68-86
Short-pulse radar wavelet recovery and resolution of dielectric contrasts within englacial and basal ice of Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Steven A. Arcone, Daniel E. Lawson and Allan J. Delaney

87-90
The "faint young Sun paradox": further exploration of the role of dynamical heat-flux feed backs in maintaining global climate stability
Gyula I. Molnar and William J. Gutowski, Jr.

91-102
A fully three-dimensional finite-element model applied to velocities on Storglaciären, Sweden
Brian Hanson

103-111
Characterization and flexural strength of iceberg and glacier ice
R.E. Gagnon and P.H. Gammon

112-124
Hydraulic properties of subglacial sediment determined from the mechanical response of water-filled boreholes
Brian S. Waddington and Garry K.C. Clarke

125-141
A method for determining the average height of a large topographic ice sheet from observations of the echo received by a satellite altimeter
D.J. Wingham

142-152
Response of valley glaciers to climate change and kinematic waves: a study with a numerical ice-flow model
R.S.W. van de Wal and J. Oerlemans

153-160
Positive degree-day factors for ablation on the Greenland ice sheet studied by energy-balance modelling
Roger J. Braithwaite

161-173
Derived bedrock elevations, strain rates and stresses from measured surface elevations and velocities: Jakobshavns Isbræ, Greenland
James L. Fastook, Henry H. Brecher and Terence J. Hughes

174-182
Variations of ablation, albedo and energy balance at the margin of the Greenland ice sheet, Kronprins Christian Land, eastern North Greenland
Thomas Konzelmann and Roger J. Braithwaite

183-190
The spatial variability of snow resistance on potential avalanche slopes
K.W. Birkeland, K.J. Hansen and R.L. Brown

191-196
Recession of Yanamarey Glacier in Cordillera Blanca, Peru, during the 20th century
Stefan Hastenrath and Alcides Ames

197-203
Instruments and Methods
Mapping c-axis fabrics to study physical processes in ice
R.B. Alley, A.J. Gow and D.A. Meese

204-205
Correspondence
Why calculated basal drags of ice streams can be fallacious
Louis Lliboutry

205-206
Correspondence
Reply to Lliboutry's letter "Why calculated basal drags of ice streams can be fallacious"
Ian Whillans and Kees van der Veen

206
Correspondence
Analysis of satellite-altimeter height measurements above continental ice sheets
Jonathan Bamber

207-213
Correspondence
The surging advance of Bering Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: a progress report
P.J. Fleisher, E.H. Muller, D.H. Cadwell, C.L. Rosenfeld, P.K. Bailey, J.M. Pelton and M.A. Puglisi


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217-231
Determining the extent of pressurized flow beneath Storglaciären, Sweden, using results of tracer experiments and measurements of input and output discharge
Jack Kohler

232-240
Water pressure and basal sliding on Storglaciären, northern Sweden
Peter Jansson

241-246
Comments on the use of chemically based mixing models in glacier hydrology
Martin Sharp, Giles H. Brown, Martyn Tranter, Ian C. Willis
and Bryn Hubbard

247-262
Basal friction of Ice Stream E, West Antarctica
Douglas R. MacAyeal, Robert A. Bindschadler and Theodore A. Scambos

263-272
Changes in jökulhlaup sizes in Grímsvötn, Vatnajökull, Iceland, 1934-91, deduced from in-situ measurements of subglacial lake volume
Magnús T. Gudmundsson, Helgi Björnsson and Finnur Pálsson

273-289
Characteristics of tide-water calving at Glaciar San Rafael, Chile
Charles R. Warren, Neil F. Glasser, Stephan Harrison, Vanessa Winchester, Andrew R. Kerr and Andres Rivera

290-304
Hydrological discharges and motion of Fels and Black Rapids Glaciers, Alaska, U.S.A.: implications for the structure of their drainage systems
C.F. Raymond, R.J. Benedict, W.D. Harrison, K.A. Echelmeyer
and M. Sturm

305-312
The formation and morphology of ice stalactites observed under deforming lead ice
Donald K. Perovich, Jacqueline A. Richter-Menge and James H. Morison

313-332
Paleoglaciology's grand unsolved problem
Mikhail G. Grosswald and Terence J. Hughes

333-344
Velocity and stress fields in grounded glaciers: a simple algorithm for including deviatoric stress gradients
Heinz Blatter

345-358
Degree-day glacier mass-balance modelling with applications to glaciers in Iceland, Norway and Greenland
Tómas Jóhannesson, Oddur Sigurdsson, Tron Laumann and
Michael Kennett

359-372
Dry-flowing avalanche run-up and run-out
D.M. McClung and A.I. Mears

373-382
An energy-balance model of lake-ice evolution
Glen E. Liston and Dorothy K. Hall

383-394
Fracture toughness of ice and firn determined from the modified ring test
Mark P. Fischer, Richard B. Alley and Terry Engelder

395-407
The interaction of katabatic winds and the formation of blue-ice areas in East Antarctica
Michiel R. Van den Broeke and Richard Bintanja

408-412
Glaciological studies on Nelson Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
Ren Jiawen, Qin Dahe, J.R. Petit, J. Jouzel, Wang Wenti, Liu Chen, Wang Xiaojun, Qian Songlin and Wang Xiaoxiang

413-422
The limiting resolution of ice-sheet elevations derived from pulse-limited satellite altimetry
D.J. Wingham

423-429
Instruments and Methods
A new device for the measurement of air content in polar ice
V. Lipenkov, F. Candaudap, J. Ravoire, E. Dulac and D. Raynaud

430-432
Correspondence
Comments on "Glaciers in Picos de Europa, Cordillera Cant brica, northwest Spain" by González Suárez and Alonso
Manuel Frochoso and Juan Carlos Castañón

432-435
Correspondence
Glacial-ice fragments in Antarctic sea ice
C. Haas and D.N. Thomas


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441-444
The use of planimetric surface area in glacier mass-balance calculations: a potential source of errors
Frank M. Jacobsen and Wilfred H. Theakstone

445-454
On the age vs depth and optical clarity of deep ice at the South Pole
The AMANDA Collaboration with 30 authors

455-464
Reduction of weather effects in the calculation of sea-ice concentration with the DMSP SSM/I
Donald J. Cavalieri, Karen M. St. Germain and Calvin T. Swift

465-473
Anomalous glacier responses to 20th century climatic changes in Darwin Cordillera, southern Chile
Per Holmlund and Humberto Fuenzalida

474-482
Sub-surface melting in a seasonal snow cover
Gary Koh and Rachel Jordan

483-489
A topographic origin for double-ridge features in visible imagery of ice divides in Antarctica
A.H. Goodwin and D.G. Vaughan

490-502
Radiative fluxes and their impact on the energy balance of the Greenland ice sheet
Thomas Konzelmann and Atsumu Ohmura

503-514
Changes in continental and sea-salt atmospheric loadings in central Greenland during the most recent deglaciation: model-based estimates
R.B. Alley, R.C. Finkel, K. Nishiizumi, S. Anandakrishnan, C.A. Shuman, G.R. Mershon, G.A. Zielinski and P.A. Mayewski

515-527
Glacio-meteorological and isotopic studies along the EGIG line, central Greenland
H. Fischer, D. Wagenbach, M. Laternser and W. Haeberli

528-540
Triaxial experiments on iceberg and glacier ice
R.E. Gagnon and P.H. Gammon

541-553
Ice-thickness measurements of Taku Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A., and their relevance to its recent behavior
Matt Nolan, Roman J. Motyka, Keith Echelmeyer and Dennis C. Trabant

554-561
Hydraulic run-away: a mechanism for thermally regulated surges of ice sheets
A.C. Fowler and Clare Johnson

562-571
Aerodynamic stability and turbulent sensible-heat flux over a melting ice surface, the Greenland ice sheet
Roger J. Braithwaite

572-583
Borehole water-level variations and the structure of the subglacial hydrological system of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Valais, Switzerland
B.P. Hubbard, M.J. Sharp, I.C. Willis, M.K. Nielsen and C.C. Smart

584-595
Mapping tidewater glacier dynamics in East Greenland using Landsat data
John L. Dwyer

596-606
Recent drumlins, flutes and lineations at Vestari-Hagafellsjökull, Iceland
Jane K. Hart

607-618
Measuring geophysical parameters of the Greenland ice sheet using airborne radar altimetry
Ellen J. Ferraro and Calvin T. Swift

619-633
An investigation of the deforming layer/debris-rich basal ice continuum, illustrated from three Alaskan glaciers
Jane K. Hart

634-640
Theory of lattice Boltzmann simulations of glacier flow
David B. Bahr and John B. Rundle