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Increased water storage at ice-stream onsets: a critical mechanism?
Robert BINDSCHADLER, Hyeungu CHOI
163 – 171

Reversal of ice motion during the outburst of a glacier-dammed lake on Gornergletscher, Switzerland
Shin SUGIYAMA, Andreas BAUDER, Patrik WEISS, Martin FUNK
172 – 180

Tributary glacier surges: an exceptional concentration at Panmah Glacier, Karakoram Himalaya
Kenneth HEWITT
181 – 188

Glacier-dammed lake outburst events of Gornersee, Switzerland
Matthias HUSS, Andreas BAUDER, Mauro WERDER, Martin FUNK, Regine HOCK
189 – 200

Light reflection and transmission by a temperate snow cover
Donald K. PEROVICH
201 – 210

Flotation and retreat of a lake-calving terminus, Mendenhall Glacier, southeast Alaska, USA
Eleanor S. BOYCE, Roman J. MOTYKA, Martin TRUFFER
211 – 224

A laboratory study of ploughing
Marie ROUSSELOT, Urs H. FISCHER
225 – 231

The impact of jökulhlaups on basal sliding observed by SAR interferometry on Vatnajökull, Iceland
Eyjólfur Magnússon, Helmut Rott, Helgi Björnsson, Finnur Pálsson
232 – 240

Instruments and Methods
Simulating complex snow distributions in windy environments using SnowTran-3D

Glen E. Liston, Robert B Haehnel, Matthew Sturm, Christopher A. Hiemstra, Svetlant Berezovskaya, Ronald D Tabler
241 – 256

Remote sounding of Greenland supraglacial melt lakes: implications for subglacial hydraulics
Jason E. Box, Kathleen Ski
257 – 265

Expanding the snow-climate classification with avalanche-relevant information: initial description of avalanche winter regimes for southwestern Canada
Pascal Haegeli, David M. McClung
266 – 276

The role of crystal fabric in flow near an ice divide
Erin C. PETTIT, Throstur THORSTEINSSON, H. Paul JACOBSON, Edwin D. WADDINGTON
277 – 288

Forty-seven new subglacial lakes in the 0–110° E sector of East Antarctica
Sergey V. POPOV, Valery N. MASOLOV
289 – 297

Instruments and Methods
A physically based method for correcting temperature profile measurements made using thermocouples
L. Maclagan CATHLES, IV, L.M. CATHLES, III, M.R. ALBERT
298 – 304

Do loading path and specimen thickness affect the brittle compressive failure of ice?
A.L. FORTT, E.M. SCHULSON
305 – 309

Review: ARCHER, D. 2006. Global warming: understanding the forecast
311 – 312

Review: KNIGHT, P.G. ed. 2006. Glacier science and environmental change
313 – 314

Review: HUBER, U.M., H.K.M. BUGMANN and M.A. REASONER, eds. 2005. Global change and mountain regions: an overview of current knowledge
315

Correspondence: Accelerating glacier retreat on Yulong mountain, Tibetan Plateau, since the late 1990s
Hongxi PANG, Yuanqing HE, Ningning ZHANG
317 – 319


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