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Volume 56(198), 2010Journal volume 56 cover


Long-term avalanche hazard assessment with a Bayesian depth-averaged propagation model
N. ECKERT, M. NAAIM, E. PARENT
563–586

Slow drag in wet-snow avalanche flow
B. SOVILLA, M. KERN, M. SCHAER
587–592

Present stability of the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctic Peninsula
D. JANSEN, B. KULESSA, P.R. SAMMONDS, A. LUCKMAN, E.C. KING, N.F. GLASSER
593–600

Seasonal variability in the dynamics of marine-terminating outlet glaciers in Greenland
Ian M. HOWAT, Jason E. BOX, Yushin AHN, Adam HERRINGTON, Ellyn M. McFADDEN
601–613

Instruments and Methods
Light propagation in firn: application to borehole video
T.J. FUDGE, Benjamin E. SMITH
614–624

Elevation changes (1949–1995) of Black Rapids Glacier, Alaska, derived from a multi-baseline InSAR DEM and historical maps
Dan H. SHUGAR, Bernhard T. RABUS, John J. CLAGUE
625–634

Volume change of Jakobshavn Isbræ, West Greenland: 1985–1997–2007
Roman J. MOTYKA, Mark FAHNESTOCK, Martin TRUFFER
635–646

Basal melt rates beneath Whillans Ice Stream, West Antarctica
Lucas H. BEEM, Ken C. JEZEK, C.J. VAN DER VEEN
647–654

The importance of considering depth-resolved photochemistry in snow: a radiative-transfer study of NO2 and OH production in Ny-Ålesund (Svalbard) snowpacks
J.L. FRANCE, M.D. KING, J. LEE-TAYLOR
655–663

Rate-effect experiments on round-tipped penetrometer insertion into uniform snow
James A. FLOYER, J. Bruce JAMIESON
664–672

Temporal and spatial variation of stable-isotope ratios and accumulation rates in the hinterland of Neumayer station, East Antarctica
Francisco FERNANDOY, Hanno MEYER, Hans OERTER, Frank WILHELMS, Wolfgang GRAF, Jakob SCHWANDER
673–687

Origin of the outburst flood from Glacier de Tête Rousse in 1892 (Mont Blanc area, France)
C. VINCENT, S. GARAMBOIS, E. THIBERT, E. LEFÈBVRE, E. Le MEUR, D. SIX
688–698

AMSR-E melt patterns on the Southern Patagonia Icefield
Patricia A. MONAHAN, Joan RAMAGE
699–708

Instruments and Methods
An integrated lightweight ice-penetrating radar system
Laurent MINGO, Gwenn E. FLOWERS
709–714

Ice layers as an indicator of summer warmth and atmospheric blocking in Alaska
Eric P. KELSEY, Cameron P. WAKE, Karl KREUTZ, Erich OSTERBERG
715–722

Instruments and Methods
Glacier velocities from time-lapse photos: technique development and first results from the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) in Greenland
Yushin AHN, Jason E. BOX
723–734

Comparison of satellite, thermochron and air temperatures at Summit, Greenland, during the winter of 2008/09
Lora S. KOENIG, Dorothy K. HALL
735–741

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