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[Volume 44]

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 45 (1999)


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[Volume 46]

Vol. 45 1999 No. 149

Contents

1-8
Pollen analysis and 14C age of moss remains in a permafrost core recovered from the active rock glacier Murtél-Corvatsch, Swiss Alps: geomorphological and glaciological implications
Wilfried Haeberli, Andreas Kääb, Stephan Wagner, Daniel Vonder Mühll, Patricia Geissler, Jean Nicolas Haas, Holger Glatzel-Mattheier and Dietmar Wagenbach

9-16
Correlations between glacier properties: finding appopriate parameters for global glacier monitoring
Mark B. Dyurgerov and David B. Bahr

17-21
Characteristic mass-balance scaling with valley glacier size
David B. Bahr and Mark Dyurgerov

22-30
Air clathrate crystals from the GRIP deep ice core: a number-, size- and shape-distribution study
F. Pauer, J. Kipfstuhl, W.F. Kuhs and H. Shoji

31-40
Coupling between a glacier and a soft bed. I. A relation between effective pressure and local shear stress determined from till elasticity
Neal R. Iverson, Robert W. Baker, Roger LeB. Hooke, Brian Hanson and Peter Jansson

41-53
Coupling between a glacier and a soft bed. II. Model results
N.R. Iverson

54-62
An investigation of the debris-rich basal ice from Worthington Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A
Jane K. Hart and Richard I. Waller

63-68
Faceted crystal formation in the northeast Greenland low-accumulation region
Konrad Steffen, Waleed Abdalati and Isabelle Sherjal

69-86
Debris entrainment and transfer in polythermal valley glaciers
Michael J. Hambrey, Matthew R. Bennett, Julian A. Dowdeswell, Neil F. Glasser and David Huddart

87-92
Controls on the major-ion chemistry of the Dokriani glacier meltwaters, Ganga basin, Garhwal Himalaya, India
Syed Iqbal Hasnain and Renoj. J. Thayyen

93-100
Flow of Glaciar Moreno, Argentina, from repeat-pass Shuttle Imaging Radar images: comparison of the phase correlation method with radar interferometry
Remi Michel and Eric Rignot

101-111
A distributed temperature-index ice- and snowmelt model including potential direct solar radiation
Regine Hock

112-118
Mass-balance studies on Siachen Glacier in the Nubra Valley, Karakoram Himalaya, India
M.R. Bhutiyani

119-131
Seismic detection of transient changes beneath Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: I. Techniques and observations
Matt Nolan and Keith Echelmeyer

132-146
Seismic detection of transient changes beneath Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: II. Basal morphology and processes
Matt Nolan and Keith Echelmeyer

147-153
Conditions for bubble elongation in cold ice-sheet ice
Richard B. Alley and Joan J. Fitzpatrick

154-164
Reliability analysis for design of stake networks to measure glacier surface velocity
C. David Chadwell

165-174
Surface and bed topography of Trapridge Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada: digital elevation models and derived hydraulic geometry
Gwenn E. Flowers and Garry K.C. Clarke


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Physical and chemical characterization of a spring flood event, Bench Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: evidence for water storage
Suzanne Prestrud Anderson, Katherine M.H. Fernald, Robert S. Anderson and Neil F. Humphrey

190-200
Skier triggering, snow temperatures and the stability index for dry-slab avalanche inititation
D.M. McClung and Jürg Schweizer

201-213
Subglacial water-sheet floods, drumlins and ice-sheet lobes
E.M. Shoemaker

214-218
Laboratory study of the migration of methane sulphonate in firn
Elisabeth C. Pasteur and Robert Mulvaney

219-230
A three-dimensional numerical model of the confluence area of Unteraargletscher, Bernese Alps, Switzerland
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson

231-241
Ice flow of Humboldt, Petermann and Ryder Gletscher, northern Greenland
Ian Joughin, Mark Fahnestock, Ron Kwok, Prasad Gogineni and
Chris Allen

242-254
Calculating dense-snow avalanche runout using a Voellmy-fluid model with active/passive longitudinal straining
P. Bartelt, B. Salm and U. Gruber

255-263
Climatic and glaciological information inferred from air-content measurements of a Law Dome (East Antarctica) ice core
Marc Delmotte, Dominique Raynaud, Vin Morgan and Jean Jouzel

264-272
Statistical characteristics for the strain-dependent density and the spatial position for deformation-induced cracks in columnar-grain ice
Lorne W. Gold

273-285
Below-surface ice melt on the coastal Antarctic ice sheet
Glen E. Liston, Jan-Gunnar Winther, Oddbjørn Bruland, Hallgeir Elvehøy and Knut Sand

286-294
Water movement in the firn of Storglaciären, Sweden
Thomas Schneider

295-302
Climate variables along a traverse line in Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
Michiel R. Van den Broeke, Jan-Gunnar Winther, Elisabeth Isaksson, Jean Francis Pinglot, Lars Karlöf, Trond Eiken and Louk Conrads

303-314
Avalanche risk mapping by simulation
Christopher J. Keylock, David M. McClung and Magnús Már Magnússon

315-324
Estimating late-winter heat flow to the atmosphere from the lake-dominated Alaskan North Slope
Martin O. Jeffries, Tingjun Zhang, Karoline Frey and Nick Kozlenko

325-337
Interferometric radar observations of Glaciares Europa and Penguin, Hielo Patagónico Sur, Chile
Richard R. Forster, Eric Rignot, Bryan L. Isacks and Kenneth C. Jezek

338-345
Strain-rate enhancement at Dye 3, Greenland
Throstur Thorsteinsson, E.D. Waddington, K.C. Taylor, R.B. Alley and D.D. Blankenship

346-351
An investigation of the thermal conductivity of snow
A.K. Singh

352-360
Evidence for temporally varying "sticky spots'' at the base of Trapridge Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada
Urs Fischer, Garry K.C. Clarke and Heinz Blatter

361-369
Ongoing margin migration of Ice Stream B, Antarctica
K.A. Echelmeyer and W.D. Harrison

370-383
Meso- and micro-scale sea-ice motion in the East Siberian Sea as determined from ERS-1 SAR data
Kim Morris, Shusun Li and Martin Jeffries

384-393
Ice-dynamic conditions across the grounding zone, Ekströmisen, East Antarctica
C. Mayer and P. Huybrechts

394-396
Correspondence
Observation of "yukimarimo'' on the snow surface of the inland plateau, Antarctic ice sheet
T. Kameda, H. Yoshimi, N. Azuma and H. Motoyama

397-398
Correspondence
Comments on "Mass balance of glaciers other than the ice sheets'' by Cogley and Adams
J. Oerlemans

398-399
Correspondence
Reply to comments of J. Oerlemans on "Mass balance of glaciers other than the ice sheets'' by Cogley and Adams
J. Graham Cogley and W.P. Adams

399
Correspondence
Comments on "Mass balance of glaciers other than the ice sheets'' by Cogley and Adams
Heinz Slupetzky

400
Correspondence
Reply to comments of H. Slupetzky on "Mass balance of glaciers other than the ice sheets'' by Cogley and Adams
J.Graham Cogley and W.P. Adams

400-402
Correspondence
Formation of supraglacial sediment accumulations on Kötlujökull, Iceland
Johannes Krüger and James S. Aber

403
Correspondence
Whirled patterns in thawing snow
Alan Wells


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Observations of snowpack ripening in the Sierra Nevada
Richard Kattelmann and Jeff Dozier

417-422
Microstructural change in ice: I. Constant-deformation-rate tests under triaxial stress conditions
P.M. Melanson, I.L. Meglis, I.J. Jordaan and B.M. Stone

423-437
Microstructural change in ice
Plates

438-448
Microstructural change in ice: II. Creep behavior under triaxial stress conditions
I.L. Meglis, P.M. Melanson and I.J. Jordaan

449-455
Microstructural change in ice: III. Observations from an iceberg impact zone
K.J. Muggeridge and I.J. Jordaan

456-462
Relationships between interannual variability of glacier mass balance and climate
Roger J. Braithwaite and Yu Zhang

463-468
Effects of seasonal variability of accumulation on yearly mean ë18O values in Antarctic snow
Elisabeth Schlosser

469-484
A computer-based system simulating snowpack structures as a tool for regional avalanche forecast
Y. Durand, G. Giraud, E. Brun, L. M'rindol and E. Martin

485-494
Two orthotropic models for strain-induced anisotropy of polar ice
R. Staroszczyk and O. Gagliardini

495-505
Subglacial drilling at Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: drilling method and sample descriptions
M. Truffer, R.J. Motyka, W.D. Harrison, K.A. Echelmeyer, B. Fisk and
S. Tulaczyk

506-516
Breaking the seal at Grímsvötn
A.C. Fowler

517-523
Climatological significance of ë18O in precipitation and ice cores: a case study at the head of Ürümqi River, Tien Shan, China
Hou Shugui, Qin Dahe, Paul A. Mayewski, Yang Qinzhao, Ren Jiawen, Li Zhongqin and Xiao Cunde

524-532
High-resolution hydrothermal structure of Hansbreen, Spitsbergen, mapped by ground-penetrating radar
J.C. Moore, A. Pälli, F. Ludwig, H. Blatter, J. Jania, B. Gadek, P. Glowacki, D. Mochnacki and E. Isaksson

533-538
Combining SAR interferometry and the equation of continuity to estimate the three-dimensional glacier surface-velocity vector
Niels Reeh, Søren Nørvang Madsen and Johan Jakob Mohr

539-546
Full-depth avalanche occurrences caused by snow gliding, Coquihalla, British Columbia, Canada
Jennifer Clarke and David McClung

547-554
Automatic reconstruction of polycrystalline ice microstructure from image analysis: application to the EPICA ice core at Dome Concordia, Antarctica
Michel Gay and Jerome Weiss

555-558
Slushflows at El Port del Comte, northeast Spain
Glòria Furdada, Pere Martínez, Pere Oller and Joan Manuel Vilaplana

559-567
Application of a mass-balance model to a Himalayan glacier
Rijan Bhakta Kayastha, Tetsuo Ohata and Yutaka Ageta

568-574
On the numerical computation of temperature in an ice sheet
Richard C.A. Hindmarsh

575-583
Instruments and Methods
Modelling mass balance using photogrammetric and geophysical data: a pilot study at Griesgletscher, Swiss Alps
Andreas Kääb and Martin Funk

585-586
Correspondence
Abrupt decrease in recent snow accumulation at Mount Qomolangma (Everest), Himalaya
Hou Shugui, Qin Dahe, Cameron P. Wake and Paul A. Mayewski

587-588
Review
Hooke, R.LeB. 1998. Principles of glacier mechanics. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Prentice Hall, vii + 248 pp. ISBN 0-13243-312-5, Hardback
Richard C.A. Hindmarsh