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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 48 (2002)

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Vol. 48 2002 No. 160

Contents

1-8
Direct measurement of basal motion at a hard-bedded, temperate glacier: Glacier de Transfleuron, Switzerland
Bryn Hubbard

9-19
Computing marine-ice thickness at an ice-shelf base
David M. Holland

20-30
Force balance along an inland tributary and onset to Ice Stream D, West Antarctica
Stephen F. Price, Robert A. Bindschadler, Christina L. Hulbe and Donald D. Blankenship

31-41
Altitudinal variation of the stable isotopes of snow in regions of high relief
Gerald Holdsworth and H. Roy Krouse

42-50
Basal conditions and glacier motion during the winter/spring transition, Worthington Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.
Joel T. Harper, Neil F. Humphrey and Mark C. Greenwood

51-61
A model for entrainment of sediment into sea ice by aggregation between frazil-ice crystals and sediment grains
Lars Henrik Smedsrud

62-69
Airborne radar survey above Vostok region, east-central Antarctica: ice thickness and Lake Vostok geometry
Ignazio E. Tabacco, Cesido Bianchi, Achille Zirizzotti, Enrico Zuccheretti, Alessandro Forieri and Alessio Della Vedova

70-80
Modeling precipitation over ice sheets: an assessment using Greenland
Gerard H. Roe

81-86
Isotopic study on Dokriani Bamak glacier, central Himalaya: implications for climatic changes and ice dynamics
Vasant Nijampurkar, Kameswara Rao, Manmohan Sarin and Joseph Gergan

87-94
Temporal variability of accumulation at Neumayer station, Antarctica, from stake array measurements and a regional atmospheric model
Elisabeth Schlosser, Nicole van Lipzig and Hans Oerter

95-108
Isochrones and isotherms beneath migrating ice divides
Nadine A. Nereson and Edwin D. Waddington

109-117
Overthrusts due to easy-slip/poor-slip transitions at the bed: the mathematical singularity with non-linear isotropic viscosity
Louis Lliboutry

118-124
Extension of Glacier de Saint-Sorlin, French Alps, and equilibrium-line altitude during the Little Ice Age
Louis Lliboutry

125-141
Velocities, strain rates, stresses, crevassing and faulting on Glacier de Saint-Sorlin, French Alps, 1957-76
Louis Lliboutry

142-148
A century reconstruction of the mass balance of Glacier de Sarennes, French Alps
Olivier Torinesi, Anne Letréguilly and François Valla

149-158
Seasonal and spatial variations in the chemistry of a High Arctic supraglacial snow cover
Martin Sharp, Mark Skidmore and Peter Nienow

159-170
Performance and applications of an automated c-axis ice-fabric analyzer
Dirk P. Hansen and Larry A. Wilen

171-172
Correspondence. Glacial retreat in the Baspa basin, Himalaya, monitored with satellite stereo data
Anil V. Kulkarni and I. M. Bahuguna

173
Review. Oerlemans, J., 2001. Glaciers and climate change: a meteorologist's view. Lisse, etc., A.A. Balkema Publishers. xii + 148 pp. ISBN 90-265-1813-7, hardback.
Kurt M. Cuffey

174
Erratum. Dynamical processes involved in the retreat of marine ice sheets
Richard C. A. Hindmarsh and E. Le Meur


Vol. 48 2002 No. 161

177-191
Tank study of physico-chemical controls on gas content and composition during growth of young sea ice
Jean-Louis Tison, Christian Haas, Marcia M. Gowing, Suzanne Sleewaegen and Alain Bernard

192-198
Discharge of debris from ice at the margin of the Greenland ice sheet
Peter G. Knight, Richard I. Waller, Carrie J. Patterson, Alison P. Jones and Zoe P. Robinson

199-207
Seasonal and interannual variations of firn densification and ice-sheet surface elevation at Greenland summit
H. Jay Zwally and Li Jun

208-216
Evidence for basal cavity opening from analysis of surface uplift during a high-velocity event: Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland
Douglas W. F. Mair, Martin J. Sharp and Ian C. Willis

217-225
Measurement of vertical strain and velocity at Siple Dome, Antarctica, with optical sensors
Mark A. Zumberge, Daniel H. Elsberg, William D. Harrison, Eric Husmann, John L. Morack, Erin C. Pettit and Edwin D. Waddington

226-236
Cenozoic glacigene sedimentation and erosion at the Menzies Range, southern Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica
Jason M. Whitehead and Barrie C. McKelvey

237-246
Unsteady flow inferred for Thwaites Glacier, and comparison with Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
Jonathan Bamber and Eric Rignot

247-256
Ice-shelf changes in Pine Island Bay, Antarctica, 1947-2000
Eric Rignot

257-266
Last Glacial Maximum equilibrium-line altitudes and paleoclimate, northern Uinta Mountains, northeastern Utah, U.S.A.
Jeffrey S. Munroe and David M. Mickelson

267-278
A method for monitoring glacier mass balance using satellite albedo measurements: application to Vatnajökull, Iceland
Martijn S. de Ruyter de Wildt, Johannes Oerlemans and Helgi Björnsson

279-286
Increase of 10 m ice temperature: climate warming or glacier thinning?
Bernhard T. Rabus and Keith A. Echelmeyer

287-300
Formation of band ogives and associated structures at Bas Glacier d'Arolla, Valais, Switzerland
Becky Goodsell, Michael J. Hambrey and Neil F. Glasser

301-311
On the numerical resolution in a thermodynamic sea-ice model
Bin Cheng

312-316
Measurement of snow density and microstructure using computed tomography
Chris C. Lundy, Michael Q. Edens and Robert L. Brown

317-334
Airborne-radar stratigraphy and electrical structure of temperate firn: Bagley Ice Field, Alaska, U.S.A.
Steven A. Arcone

335
Review. Molnia, B., 2001. Glaciers of Alaska (Alaska Geographic, Vol. 28, No. 2). Anchorage, AK, The Alaska Geographic Society. 128 pp. ISBN 1-56661-055-9
Edward R. LaChapelle

337-339
Correspondence. Chemical composition of fresh snow on Xixabangma peak, central Himalaya, during the summer monsoon season
Kang Shichang, Qin Dahe, Paul A. Mayewski, Sharon B. Sneed and Yao Tandong

341
Erratum. Longitudinal variations in cross-section morphology along a glacial valley: a case-study from the Tien Shan, China
Li Yingkui, Liu Gengnian and Cui Zhijiu


Vol. 48 2002 No. 162

345-356
On the representation of ice-shelf grounding zones in SAR interferograms
Bernhard T. Rabus and Oliver Lang

357-368
Hydrochemical coupling of a glacial borehole-aquifer system
Greg A. Oldenborger, Garry K. C. Clarke and Dave H. D. Hildes

369-385
Mechanisms of fast flow in Jakobshavn Isbræ, West Greenland. Part III. Measurements of ice deformation, temperature and cross-borehole conductivity in boreholes to the bedrock
Martin Lüthi, Martin Funk, Almut Iken, Sivaprasad Gogineni and Martin Truffer

386-400
Patterning mechanisms in subglacial carbonate dissolution and deposition
Felix Ng and Bernard Hallet

401-406
Dating firn cores by vertical strain measurements
Robert L. Hawley, Edwin D. Waddington, David L. Morse, Nelia W. Dunbar and Greg A. Zielinski

407-416
Basal perturbations under ice streams: form drag and surface expression
Christian Schoof

417-424
Spatial and temporal variability of snow accumulation using ground-penetrating radar and ice cores on a Svalbard glacier
Anja Pälli, Jack C. Kohler, Elisabeth Isaksson, John C. Moore, Jean Francis Pinglot, Veijo A. Pohjola and Håkan Samuelsson

425-438
Idealized study of a 2-D coupled sea-ice/atmosphere model during warm-air advection
Bin Cheng and Timo Vihma

439-451
InSAR observations of the 1993-95 Bering Glacier (Alaska, U.S.A.) surge and a surge hypothesis
Dennis R. Fatland and Craig S. Lingle

452-460
Ratios of Mg2+/Na+ in snowpack and an ice core at Austfonna ice cap, Svalbard, as an indicator of seasonal melting
Yoshinori Iizuka, Makoto Igarashi, Kokichi Kamiyama, Hideaki Motoyama and Okitsugu Watanabe

461-466
Relation between grain-size and correlation length of snow
Christian Mätzler

467-477
Transient glacier response with a higher-order numerical ice-flow model
Frank Pattyn

478
Book review. Davis, T.N., 2001. Permafrost: a guide to frozen ground in transition. Fairbanks, AK. University of Alaska Press. 351 pp. ISBN 1-889963-19-4, hardback.
Vladimir E. Romanovsky

479-480
Correspondence. Imaging of uncoated snow crystals using a low-vacuum scanning electron microscope
Daniel Iliescu and Ian Baker

481
Erratum. An analysis of balance velocities over the Greenland ice sheet and comparison with synthetic aperture radar interferometry
J. L. Bamber, R. J. Hardy and I. Joughin


Vol. 48 2002 No. 163

485-494
Temperature gradient and initial snow density as controlling factors in the formation and structure of hard depth hoar
W. Tad Pfeffer and Randy Mrugala

495-504
Patterns of wind-drifted snow on the Alaska arctic slope detected with ERS-1 interferometric SAR
Shusun Li and Matthew Sturm

505-518
Model study of the spatial distribution of the energy and mass balance of Morteratschgletscher, Switzerland
E. J. [Lisette] Klok and Johannes Oerlemans

519-526
Stable-isotopic composition of precipitation over the northern slope of the central Himalaya
Kang Shichang, Karl J. Kreutz, Paul A. Mayewski, Qin Dahe and Yao Tandong

527-535
Snow grain-size measurements in Antarctica
Michel Gay, Michel Fily, Christophe Genthon, Massimo Frezzotti, Hans Oerter and Jan-Gunnar Winther

536-544
History of lower Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, from Landsat imagery
Robert A. Bindschadler

545-551
Multiphase formation of superimposed ice during a mass-balance year at a maritime high-Arctic glacier
Jemma L. Wadham and Anne-Marie Nuttall

552-558
Sensitivity of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, to changes in ice-shelf and basal conditions: a model study
Marjorie Schmeltz, Eric Rignot, Todd K. Dupont and Douglas R. MacAyeal

559-565
Ice-dynamic conditions of Shirase Glacier, Antarctica, inferred from ERS SAR interferometry
Frank Pattyn and Dominique Derauw

566-574
Observations of a reversal in vertical and horizontal strain-rate regime during a motion event on Unteraargletscher, Bernese Alps, Switzerland
G. Hilmar Gudmundsson

575-586
Flow mechanism of the Des Moines lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet
Thomas S. Hooyer and Neal R. Iverson

587-591
Healed cracks in iceberg ice
Paul D. Barrette and Ian J. Jordaan

592-600
The retreat of a tidewater glacier: observations and model calculations on Hansbreen, Spitsbergen
Andreas Vieli, Jacek Jania and Leszek Kolondra

601-610
The localization of strain and c-axis evolution in anisotropic ice
Christopher J. L. Wilson and Hadi M. Sim

611-621
The effect of temporal variations in the surface mass balance and temperature-inversion strength on the interpretation of ice-core signals
Nicole P. M. Van Lipzig, Erik van Meijgaard and Johannes Oerlemans

622-628
A borehole camera system for imaging the deep interior of ice sheets
Frank Carsey, Alberto Behar, A. Lonne Lane, Vince Realmuto and Hermann Engelhardt

629-630
Correspondence. Comments on "Buoyancy-driven lacustrine calving, Glaciar Nef, Chilean Patagonia" by Charles Warren, Doug Benn, Vanessa Winchester and Stephan Harrison
James P. Kenneally

630
Correspondence. Reply to the comments of J.P. Kenneally on "Buoyancy-driven lacustrine calving, Glaciar Nef, Chilean Patagonia" by C. Warren, D. Benn, V. Winchester and S. Harrison
Doug Benn and Charles R. Warren

631-632
Correspondence. Rheology of subglacial till
Andrew C. Fowler

633
Review. Zryd, Amédée. 2001. Les glaciers: la nature dans les Alpes. éditions Pillet. Société Valaisanne des Sciences Naturelles; Saint-Maurice, Switzerland. 325 pp. ISBN 2-940145-27-X, paperback
Garry K. C. Clarke