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Volume 43 (1997)


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Contents

3-10
Site information and initial results from deep ice drilling on Law Dome, Antarctica
V.I. Morgan, C.W. Wookey, J. Li, T.D. van Ommen, W. Skinner and M.F. Fitzpatrick

11-25
Experiments on the damage process in ice under compressive states of stress
B.M. Stone, I.J. Jordaan, J. Xiao and S.J. Jones

26-41
The thermal conductivity of seasonal snow
Matthew Sturm, Jon Holmgren, Max König and Kim Morris

42-59
Vapor transport, grain growth and depth-hoar development in the subarctic snow
Matthew Sturm and Carl S. Benson

60-65
A model of wind pumping for layered snow
S.C. Colbeck

66-70
Response of the longwave radiation over melting snow and ice to atmospheric warming
Antoon Meesters and Michiel van den Broeke

71-79
Basal-flow characteristics of a linear medium sliding frictionless over small bedrock undulations
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson

80-89
Basal flow characteristics of a non-linear flow sliding frictionless over strongly undulating bedrock
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson

90-97
Some comments on climatic reconstructions from ice cores drilled in areas of high melt
Roy M. Koerner

98-102
Recession of the southern part of Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Canada, between 1961 and 1993, determined from digital mapping of Landsat TM
John D. Jacobs, Élizabeth L. Simms and Alvin Simms

103-113
Inversion of borehole-response test data for estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties
Dan B. Stone, Garry K.C. Clarke and Robert G. Ellis

114-121
Glaciological and oceanographic evidence of high melt rates beneath Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
Adrian Jenkins, David G. Vaughan, Stanley S. Jacobs, Hartmut H. Hellmer and John R. Keys

122-130
On the surface energy budget of sea ice
Gerd Wendler, Ute Adolphs, Adrian Hauser and Blake Moore

131-137
Meteorological controls on glacier mass balance: empirical relations suggested by measurements on glacier de Sarennes, France
C. Vincent and M. Vallon

138-151
Seasonal variations in the properties and structural composition of sea ice and snow cover in the Bellingshausen and Amundsen Seas, Antarctica
M.O. Jeffries, A.P. Worby, K. Morris and W.F. Weeks

152-164
Simulation of the historical variations in length of Unterer Grindelwaldgletscher, Switzerland
M.J. Schmeits and J. Oerlemans

165-171
Avalanche frequency and terrain characteristics at Roger's Pass, British Columbia, Canada
M.J. Smith and D.M. McClung

172-179
Rheology of till beneath Storglaciären, Sweden
Roger LeB. Hooke, Brian Hanson, Neal R. Iverson, Peter Jansson and Urs H. Fischer

180-191
Modelling temperature variations in polar snow using DAISY
E.M. Morris, H.-P. Bader and P. Weilenmann

192-193
Correspondence
Comments on "Annual net balance of North Cascade glaciers, 1984-94" by Mauri S. Pelto
Mark F. Meier, Richard Armstrong and Mark B. Dyurgerov

193-196
Correspondence
Reply to comments of Meier and others on "Annual net balance of North Cascade glaciers, 1984-94" by Mauri S. Pelto
Mauri S. Pelto


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199-206
Snow chemistry of Agassiz Ice Cap, Ellesmere Island, Northwest Territories, Canada
Kumiko Goto-Azuma, Roy M. Koerner, Masayoshi Nakawo and Akira Kudo

207-230
Basal hydraulic system of a West Antarctic ice stream: constraints from borehole observations
Hermann Engelhardt and Barclay Kamb

231-237
The role of lateral drag in the dynamics of Ice Stream B, Antarctica
I.M. Whillans and C.J. van der Veen

238-244
Flow and internal structure of a rock glacier
Roger F. Elconin and Edward R. LaChapelle

245-255
Variations in basal conditions on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica
A.M. Smith

256-264
Depositional models for moraine formation in East Antarctic coastal oases
Sean J. Fitzsimons

265-275
Altimetric observations of surface characteristics of the Antarctic ice sheet
Benoît Legrésy and Frédérique Rémy

276-282
Effects of glacier retreat on the outbursts of Goësvatnet, southwest Spitsbergen, Svalbard
W. Schöner and M. Schöner

283-299
Fennoscandian palaeoglaciology reconstructed using a glacial geological inversion model
Johan Kleman, Clas Hättestrand, Ingmar Borgström and Arjen Stroeven

300-306
A search in north Greenland for a new ice-core drill site
D. Dahl-Jensen, N.S. Gundestrup, K.R. Keller, S.J. Johnsen, S.P. Gogineni, C.T. Allen, T.S. Chuah, H. Miller, S. Kipstuhl and E.D. Waddington

307-310
Large-scale ice-sheet modelling as a means of dating deep ice cores in Greenland
Ralf Greve

311-320
Statistical characteristics for the type and length of deformation-induced cracks in columnar-grain ice
Lorne W. Gold

321-327
The response of two Icelandic glaciers to climatic warming computed with a degree-day glacier mass-balance model coupled to a dynamic glacier model
Tómas Jóhannesson

328-338
The relationship between subglacial water pressure and velocity of Findelengletscher, Switzerland, during its advance and retreat
Almut Iken and Martin Truffer

339-351
Temperature measurements and heat transfer in near-surface snow at the South Pole
Richard E. Brandt and Stephen G. Warren

352-358
Modelling ice-divide dynamics by perturbation methods
Alexander V. Wilchinsky and Vladimir A. Chugunov

359-364
Instruments and Methods
Estimation of permafrost thickness using ground geophysical measurements, and its usage for defining vertical temperature variations in continental ice and underlying bedrock
Tapio Ruotoistenmäki and Jukka Lehtimäki

365-369
Instruments and Methods
A low-cost electrical conductivity profiler for glacier boreholes
C.C. Smart and D.B. Ketterling

370-372
Correspondence
Estimate of ice surface velocity over a 4 year period on Glaciar Arenales, Hielo Patagónico Norte, Chile
Vanessa Winchester and Stephan Harrison

372
Correspondence
Comments on "Temperate ice permeability, stability of water veins and percolation of internal meltwater" by L. Lliboutry
John Nye

372
Correspondence
Reference overlooked in "Determination of timing and location of water movement and ice-layer formation by temperature measurements in sub-freezing snow" by Pfeffer and Humphrey
W.T. Pfeffer and N.F. Humphrey

372-373
Correspondence
Reply to the comments by J. Nye on "Temperate ice permeability, stability of water veins and percolation of internal meltwater" by L. Lliboutry
Louis Lliboutry

373
Correspondence
Acknowledgement of Professor Lliboutry's reply to "Comments by J. Nye on "Temperate ice permeability, stability of water veins and percolation of internal meltwater" by L. Lliboutry"
John Nye


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377-386
Weak bands within Ice Stream B, West Antarctica
C.L. Hulbe and I.M. Whillans

387-396
Bubbly-ice densification in ice sheets: I. Theory
Andrey N. Salamatin, Vladimir Ya. Lipenkov and Paul Duval

397-407
Bubbly-ice densification in ice sheets: II. Applications
Vladimir Ya. Lipenkov, Andrey N. Salamatin and Paul Duval

408-410
On the strain-rate sensitivity of columnar ice
M.E. Manley and E.M. Schulson

411-414
Across-column cracks and axial splits in S2 saline ice under compression
E.M. Schulson, S. Qi, J.S. Melton and E.T. Gratz

415-426
The marginal shear stress of Ice Stream B, West Antarctica
Miriam Jackson and Barclay Kamb

427-434
Surge of Bering Glacier and Bagley Ice Field, Alaska: an update to August 1995 and an interpretation of brittle-deformation patterns
Ute Christina Herzfeld and Helmut Mayer

435-445
Distribution and fall-out of 137Cs and other radionuclides over Antarctica
M. Pourchet, S.K. Bartarya, M. Maignan, J. Jouzel, J.F. Pinglot, A.J. Aristarain, G. Furdada, V.M. Kotlyakov, E. Mosley-Thompson, N. Preiss and N.W. Young

446-454
Pore-water controlled grain fracturing as an indicator for subglacial shearing in tills
John F. Hiemstra and Jaap J.M. van der Meer

455-459
Glacier recession on Kilimanjaro, East Africa, 1912-89
Stefan Hastenrath and Lawrence Greischar

460-466
Clast collision frequency as an indicator of glacier sliding rate
Urs H. Fischer and Garry K.C. Clarke

467-472
Climatic effects and bed rock control on rapid fluctuations of Chhota Shigri glacier, northwest Himalaya, India
Surendar Kumar and D.P. Dobhal

473-479
Subglacial comminution in till — evidence from microfabric studies and grain-size distributions
Yi Chaolu

480-488
Seasonal climatic forcing of alpine glaciers revealed with orbital synthetic aperture radar
Laurence C. Smith, Richard R. Forster, Bryan L. Isacks and Dorothy K. Hall

489-494
Surge-type glaciers in the Russian High Arctic identified from digital satellite imagery
Julian A. Dowdeswell and Meredith Williams

495-502
Response of sediment to ice-sheet loading in northwestern Germany: effective stresses and glacier-bed stability
Jan A. Piotrowski and Anna M. Kraus

503-512
Glacial regime of the highest Tien Shan mountain, Pobeda-Khan Tengry massif
Vladimir B. Aizen, Elena M. Aizen, Jeff Dozier, John M. Melack, David D. Sexton and Victor N. Nesterov

513-521
Snow accumulation and ice flow at Dôme du Goûter (4300 m), Mont Blanc, French Alps
C. Vincent, M. Vallon, J.F. Pinglot, M. Funk and L. Reynaud

522-536
The flow of a polythermal glacier: McCall Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
B.T. Rabus and K.A. Echelmeyer

537-547
Ice deformation at the confluence of two glaciers investigated with conceptual map-plane and flowline models
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson

548-556
Measurements of ice deformation at the confluence area of Unteraargletscher, Bernese Alps, Switzerland
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson, Almut Iken and Martin Funk

557-562
Width and length scaling of glaciers
David B. Bahr

563-568
Evaluating the impact of climate on snow- and ice-melt dynamics in the Taillon basin, French Pyrénées
David M. Hannah and Glenn R. McGregor

569-582
In situ thermal profiles and laboratory impact experiments on iceberg ice
R.E. Gagnon and P.H. Gammon

583-588
Change in glaciers in Hidden Valley, Mukut Himal, Nepal Himalayas, from 1974 to 1994
Koji Fujita, Masayoshi Nakawo, Yoshiyuki Fujii and Prem Paudyal

589-591
Correspondence
Mertz and Ninnis Glacier tongues mapped from satellite radar altimeter data
Ute Christina Herzfeld and Michael S. Matassa

592-593
Review
Menzies, John, ed. 1995-96. Glacial environments, Vol. 1. Modern glacial environments: processes, dynamics and sediments, xxvi + 621 pp., 246 x 198 mm. ISBN 0-75062- 351-9 PB. Oxford, etc., Butterworth-Heinemann

Menzies, John, ed. 1996. Glacial environments, Vol. 2. Past glacial environments: sediments, forms and techniques, xxiv + 598 pp., 246 x 198 mm. ISBN 0-75062-352-7. Oxford, etc., Butterworth-Heinemann
Neil F. Glasser

594
Review
Paterson, W.S.B. 1994. The physics of glaciers. 3rd edition. Oxford, New York, Tokyo, Pergamon, ix, 480 pp. ISBN 0-08037945 1, HB. ISBN 0-08037944 3, Flexicover.
J.W. Glen