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Glacial rumblings from Jakobshavn ice stream, Greenland
J.A. RIAL, C. TANG, K. STEFFEN
389–399

Surface structure and stability of the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctic Peninsula
N.F. GLASSER, B. KULESSA, A. LUCKMAN, D. JANSEN, E.C. KING, P.R. SAMMONDS,
T.A. SCAMBOS, K.C. JEZEK
400–410

Ice stratigraphy at the Pâkitsoq ice margin, West Greenland, derived from gas records
Hinrich SCHAEFER, Vasilii V. PETRENKO, Edward J. BROOK, Jeffrey P. SEVERINGHAUS, Niels REEH, Joe R. MELTON, Logan MITCHELL
411–421

A method to estimate the ice volume and ice-thickness distribution of alpine glaciers
Daniel FARINOTTI, Matthias HUSS, Andreas BAUDER, Martin FUNK, Martin TRUFFER
422–430

Effective stress profiles and seepage flows beneath glaciers and ice sheets
Alan W. REMPEL
431–443

Instruments and Methods
Estimation of debris cover and its temporal variation using optical satellite sensor data: a case study in Chenab basin, Himalaya
A. SHUKLA, R.P. GUPTA, M.K. ARORA
444–452

Calculation of glacier volume from sparse ice-thickness data, applied to Schaufelferner, Austria
Andrea FISCHER
453–460

Subgrain boundaries and related microstructural features in EDML (Antarctica) deep ice core
Ilka WEIKUSAT, Sepp KIPFSTUHL, Sérgio H. FARIA, Nobuhiko AZUMA, Atsushi MIYAMOTO
461–472

A three-dimensional ice-sheet flow solution
L.W.MORLAND
473–480

On the effects of temperature on the strength of H2SO4-doped ice single crystals
Xiang LI, Daniel ILIESCU, Ian BAKER
481–484

Temperature and vapour-trajectory controls on the stable-isotope signal in Canadian Rocky Mountain snowpacks
K.E. SINCLAIR, S.J. MARSHALL
485–498

Instruments and Methods
A high-precision method for measurement of paleoatmospheric CO2 in small polar ice samples
Jinho AHN, Edward J. BROOK, Kate HOWELL
499–506

Instruments and Methods
Airborne radar sounder for temperate ice: initial results from Patagonia
Rodrigo ZAMORA, David ULLOA, Gonzalo GARCIA, Ronald MELLA, José URIBE,
Jens WENDT, Andrés RIVERA, Guisella GACITUÁ, Gino CASASSA
507–512

Englacial drainage systems formed by hydrologically driven crevasse propagation
Douglas BENN, Jason GULLEY, Adrian LUCKMAN, Artur ADAMEK, Piotr S. GLOWACKI
513–523

Thermal convection and the origin of ice streams
T. HUGHES
524–536

Modeling time series of microwave brightness temperature in Antarctica
G. PICARD, L. BRUCKER, M. FILY, H. GALLÉE, G. KRINNER
537–551

Constituent elements of insoluble and non-volatile particles during the Last Glacial Maximum exhibited in the Dome Fuji (Antarctica) ice core
Yoshinori IIZUKA, Takayuki MIYAKE, Motohiro HIRABAYASHI, Toshitaka SUZUKI, Sumito MATOBA, Hideaki MOTOYAMA, Yoshiyuki FUJII, Takeo HONDOH
552–562

Correspondence
Calving icebergs indicate a thick layer of temperate ice at the base of Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland
Martin P. LÜTHI, Mark FAHNESTOCK, Martin TRUFFER
563–566

Surge of a small East Greenland glacier, 2001–2007, suggests Svalbard-type surge mechanism
Hester JISKOOT, Daniel T. JUHLIN
567–570


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