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Journal of Glaciology

Volume 49 (2003)

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Vol. 49 2003 No. 164

Contents

1-7
Responses of various-sized alpine glaciers and runoff to climatic change
Ye Baisheng, Ding Yongjian, Liu Fengjing and Liu Caohai

8-12
Ice crystals grown from vapor onto an orientated substrate: application to snow depth-hoar development and gas inclusions in lake ice
Edward E. Adams and Daniel A. Miller

13-21
A macroscopic approach to glacier dynamics
William D. Harrison, Charles F. Raymond, Keith A. Echelmeyer and Robert M. Krimmel

22-36
Catastrophic ice-shelf break-up by an ice-shelf-fragment-capsize mechanism
Douglas R. MacAyeal, Ted A. Scambos, Christina L. Hulbe and Mark A. Fahnestock

37-49
Statistical behaviour of the deformation for first loading of polycrystalline ice
Lorne W. Gold

50-58
Taku Glacier (Alaska, U.S.A.) on the move again: active deformation of proglacial sediments
Roman J. Motyka and Keith A. Echelmeyer

59-68
Spatial and temporal variations in albedo on Storglaciären, Sweden
Ulf Jonsell, Regine Hock and Björn Holmgren

69-80
A mechanism for differential frost heave and its implications for patterned-ground formation
Rorik A. Peterson and William B. Krantz

81-90
Triaxial tests on snow at low strain rate. Part I. Experimental device
Markus Von Moos, Perry Bartelt, Adrian Zweidler and Ernst Bleiker

91-101
Triaxial tests on snow at low strain rate. Part II: Constitutive behaviour
Carlo Scapozza and Perry Bartelt

102-116
Interannual variations of snowmelt and refreeze timing in southeast-Alaskan icefields, U.S.A
Joan M. Ramage and Bryan L. Isacks

117-124
Glacier changes since the Little Ice Age maximum in the western Qilian Shan, northwest China, and consequences of glacier runoff for water supply
Liu Shiyin, Sun Wenxin, Shen Yongping and Li Gang

125-138
Evidence for abundant subglacial meltwater beneath the paleo-ice sheet in Pine Island Bay, Antarctica
Ashley L. Lowe and John B. Anderson

139-148
Development, structure and composition of land-fast sea ice in the northern Baltic Sea
Mats A. Granskog, Tãnu A. Martma and Rein A. Vaikmäe

149-158
Ice cores from Arctic sub-polar glaciers: chronology and post-depositional processes deduced from radioactivity measurements
Jean Francis Pinglot, Rein A. Vaikmäe, Kokichi Kamiyama, Makoto Igarashi, Diedrich Fritzsche, Frank Wilhelms, Roy Koerner, Lori Henderson, Elisabeth Isaksson, Jan-Gunnar Winther, Roderik S. W. van de Wal, Marc Fournier, Patrick Bouisset and Harro A. J. Meijer


Vol. 49 2003 No. 165

161-172
On the Clague-Mathews relation for jökulhlaups
Felix Ng and Helgi Björnsson

173-178
Initial investigations of dynamics of the maritime Koryto glacier, Kamchatka, Russia
Satoru Yamaguchi, Renji Naruse, Shin Sugiyama, Takane Matsumoto and Yaroslav D. Murav´yev

179-183
Velocity of radio-wave propagation in ice at Vostok station, Antarctica
Sergey V. Popov, Alexander N. Sheremet'yev, Valery N. Masolov, Valery V. Lukin, Anatoliy V. Mironov and Vadim S. Luchininov

184-190
SEM/EDS observations of impurities in polar ice: artifacts or not?
Ian Baker and Daniel Cullen

191-200
A laboratory study of the retarding effects of braking mounds on snow avalanches
Kristín Martha Hákonardóttir, Andrew J. Hogg, Tómas Jóhannesson and Gunnar G. Tómasson

201-209
Three-dimensional surface velocities of Storstrømmen glacier, Greenland, derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements
Niels Reeh, Johan Jacob Mohr, Søren Nørvang Madsen, Hans Oerter and Niels S. Gundestrup

210-222
Accuracy of three-dimensional glacier surface velocities derived from radar interferometry and ice-sounding radar measurements
Johan Jacob Mohr, Niels Reeh and Søren Nørvang Madsen

223-230
Thickness changes on Whillans Ice Stream and Ice Stream C, West Antarctica, derived from laser altimeter measurements
Vandy Blue Spikes, Beáta M. Csathó, Gordon S. Hamilton and Ian M. Whillans

231-239
Investigation of surface melting and dynamic thinning on Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland
Robert H. Thomas, Waleed Abdalati, Earl Frederick, William B. Krabill, Serdar Manizade and Konrad Steffen

240-256
A groove-ploughing theory for the production of mega-scale glacial lineations, and implications for ice-stream mechanics
Chris D. Clark, Slawek M. Tulaczyk, Chris R. Stokes and Miquel Canals

257-270
New insights into the subglacial and periglacial hydrology of Vatnajökull, Iceland, from a distributed physical model
Gwenn E. Flowers, Helgi Björnsson and Finnur Pálsson

271-281
Tropical glacier meltwater contribution to stream discharge: a case study in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru
Bryan G. Mark and Geoffrey O. Seltzer

282-298
Oxygen isotopes in glacier-river water, Austre Okstindbreen, Okstindan, Norway
Wilfred H. Theakstone

299-313
Hydraulics of subglacial outburst floods: new insights from the Spring-Hutter formulation
Garry K. C. Clarke

315-322
Laser profiling over Antarctic ice streams: methods and accuracy
Vandy Blue Spikes, Beáta M. Csathó and Ian M. Whillans

323
Review. Kaser, G. and H. Osmaston. 2002. Tropical glaciers. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 207 pp. ISBN 0-521-63333-8
David G. Vaughan

324
Review. Dowdeswell, J. and M. Hambrey. 2002. Islands of the Arctic. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 280 pp. ISBN 0-521-81333-6
Roy M. Koerner

325-326
Correspondence. What is the major reason for glacier retreat on Yulong mountain, China?
He Yuanqing, Gu Juan and Zhang Dian


Vol. 49 2003 No. 166

329-336
Map-based methods for estimating glacier equilibrium-line altitudes
Katherine C. Leonard and Andrew C. Fountain

337-348
Links between short-term velocity variations and the subglacial hydrology of a predominantly cold polythermal glacier
Luke Copland, Martin J. Sharp and Peter Nienow

349-358
Meltwater circulation and permeability of Arctic sea ice
Johannes Freitag and Hajo Eicken

359-369
Ice flow at low deviatoric stress
Erin C. Pettit and Edwin D. Waddington

370-380
The snow cover on lakes of the Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska, U.S.A.
Matthew Sturm and Glen E. Liston

381-390
Surge-related topographic change of the glacier Sortebræ, East Greenland, derived from synthetic aperture radar interferometry
Hamish Pritchard, Tavi Murray, Tazio Strozzi, Stuart Barr and Adrian Luckman

391-396
On friction and surface cracking during sliding of ice on ice
Maurine Montagnat and Erland M. Schulson

397-406
Isotopic diffusion in polycrystalline ice
Alan W. Rempel and J. S. Wettlauffer

407-414
The distribution of basal motion beneath a High Arctic polythermal glacier
Luke Copland, Martin J. Sharp, Peter W. Nienow and Robert G. Bingham

415-419
Energy exchange processes in the marginal ice zone of the Barents Sea, Arctic Ocean, during spring 1999
Boris V Ivanov, Sebastian Gerland, Jan-Gunnar Winther and Harvey Goodwin

420-428
Glaciological response to distal tephra fallout from the 1947 eruption of Hekla, south Iceland
Martin P. Kirkbride and Andrew J. Dugmore

429-436
The nature of complex ice flow in Shirase Glacier catchment, East Antarctica
Frank Pattyn and Renji Naruse

437-448
Satellite retrieval of mass balance: comparing SAR images with albedo images and in situ mass-balance observations
Martijn S. de Ruyter de Wildt and Johannes Oerlemans

449-455
Variations of Glaciar Coronas, Pyrenees, Spain, during the 20th century
Javier Chueca, Asunción Julián and Ignacio López

456-462
Using upper-air conditions to estimate South Cascade Glacier (Washington, U.S.A.) summer balance
Lowell A. Rasmussen and Howard B. Conway

463-468
A simple visualization method for distinguishing subglacial-bed and side-wall returns in radio-echo records from outlet and valley glaciers
Toby J. Benham and Julian A. Dowdeswell

469-470
Correspondence. Supraglacial routing of subglacial water at Franz Josef Glacier, South Westland, New Zealand
Becky Goodsell, Brian Anderson and Wendy Lawson


Vol. 49 2003 No. 167

473-480
Glacier surge mechanisms inferred from ground-penetrating radar: Kongsvegen, Svalbard
John Woodward, Tavi Murray, Roger A. Clark and Graham W.Stuart

481-490
Bed topography and lubrication inferred from surface measurements on fast-flowing ice streams
Throstur Thorsteinsson Charles F. Raymond, G. Hilmar Gudmundsson, Robert A. Bindschadler, Patricia Vornberger and Ian Joughin

491-502
Temporal and spatial variation of the surface albedo of Morteratschgletscher, Switzerland, as derived from 12 Landsat images
E.J. (Lisette) Klok, Wouter Greuell and Johannes Oerlemans

503-511
New velocity map and mass-balance estimate of Mertz Glacier, East Antarctica, derived from Landsat sequential imagery
Etienne Berthier, Bruce Raup and Ted Scambos

512-520
Temporal and spatial variability of the surface mass balance in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, as derived from automatic weather stations
Carleen H. Reijmer and Michiel R. van den Broeke

521-526
Ice-shelf elevation changes due to atmospheric pressure variation
Laurie Padman, Matt King, Derek Goring, Hugh Corr and Richard Coleman

527-538
A two-dimensional shallow ice-flow model of Glacier de Saint-Sorlin, France
E. Le Meur and C. Vincent

539-546
Causes of glacier change in the source regions of the Yangtze and Yellow rivers on the Tibetan Plateau
Yang Jianping, Ding Yongjian, Chen Rensheng, Liu Shiyin and Lu Anxin

547-554
Self-similarity in glacier surface characteristics
Neil S. Arnold and W. Gareth Rees

555-567
Hydrological controls on patterns of surface, internal and basal motion during three "spring events'': Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland
Douglas Mair, Ian Willis, Urs H. Fischer, Bryn Hubbard, Peter Nienow and Alun Hubbard

568-576
Subglacial environment inferred from bedrock-coating siltskins, Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.
Carissa L. Carter, David P. Dethier and Robert L. Newton

577-586
Buckling rate and overhang development at a calving face
Brian Hanson and Roger LeB. Hooke

587-598
Short-term variations in calving of a tidewater glacier: LeConte Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.
Shad O'Neel, Keith A. Echelmeyer and Roman J. Motyka

599-604
Density measurements in ice boreholes using neutron scattering
Elizabeth M. Morris and J. David Cooper

605-606
Correspondence. Bowling mermaids; or, How do beach ice balls form?
Olaf Eisen, Johannes Freitag, Christian Haas, Wolfgang Rack, Gerit Rotschky and Jochen Schmitt

607-610
Correspondence. Imaging of suspended macromolecules and colloids in glacial and alpine streams by atomic force microscopy
David M. Hannah, David Muirhead and Jamie R. Lead