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Volume 59(216), 2013Journal issue 216 cover


Levoglucosan concentrations in ice-core samples from the Tibetan Plateau determined by reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry
Ping YAO, Valérie F. SCHWAB, Vanessa-Nina ROTH, Baiqing XU, Tandong YAO, Gerd GLEIXNER
599–612

Antarctica, Greenland and Gulf of Alaska land-ice evolution from an iterated GRACE global mascon solution
Scott B. LUTHCKE, T.J. SABAKA, B.D. LOOMIS, A.A. ARENDT, J.J. McCARTHY, J. CAMP
613–631

Mass balance in the Glacier Bay area of Alaska, USA, and British Columbia, Canada, 1995–2011, using airborne laser altimetry
Austin J. JOHNSON, Christopher F. LARSEN, Nathaniel MURPHY, Anthony A. ARENDT, S. Lee ZIRNHELD
632–648

Identification of snow ablation rate, ELA, AAR and net mass balance using transient snowline variations on two Arctic glaciers
Sebastian H. MERNILD, Mauri PELTO, Jeppe K. MALMROS, Jacob C. YDE, Niels T. KNUDSEN, Edward HANNA
649–659

Volume and velocity changes at Mittivakkat Gletscher, southeast Greenland
Sebastian H. MERNILD, Niels T. KNUDSEN, Matthew J. HOFFMAN, Jacob C. YDE, Edward HANNA, William H. LIPSCOMB, Jeppe K. MALMROS, Robert S. FAUSTO
660–670

Glacier change of the Columbia Icefield, Canadian Rocky Mountains, 1919–2009
Christina TENNANT, Brian MENOUNOS
671–686

Ice flow dynamics and surface meltwater flux at a land-terminating sector of the Greenland ice sheet
Andrew A.W. FITZPATRICK, Alun HUBBARD, Ian JOUGHIN, Duncan J. QUINCEY, Dirk VAN AS, Andreas P.B. MIKKELSEN, Samuel H. DOYLE, Bent HASHOLT, Glenn A. JONES
687–696

Oxygen isotope fractionation during the freezing of sea water
Takenobu TOYOTA, Inga J. SMITH, Alexander J. GOUGH, Patricia J. LANGHORNE, Gregory H. LEONARD, Robert J. VAN HALE, Andrew R. MAHONEY, Timothy G. HASKELL
697–710

Nuclear magnetic resonance study of sea-water freezing mechanisms: 1. Temperature dependence of relative brine content in sea ice
N.A. MEL’NICHENKO, A.B. SLOBODYUK
711–718

Nuclear magnetic resonance study of sea-water freezing mechanisms: 2. Temperature dependence of relaxation time of protons in sea-ice brine
N.A. MEL’NICHENKO
719–723

Bed roughness beneath the Greenland ice sheet
David M. RIPPIN
724–732

Sensitivity of Greenland ice sheet projections to model formulations
H. GOELZER, P. HUYBRECHTS, J.J. FÜRST, F.M. NICK, M.L. ANDERSEN, T.L. EDWARDS, X. FETTWEIS, A.J. PAYNE, S. SHANNON
733–749

A novel method for predicting fracture in floating ice
Liz LOGAN, Ginny CATANIA, Luc LAVIER, Eunseo CHOI
750–758

Seasonal variations of outlet glacier terminus position in Greenland
Kristin M. SCHILD, Gordon S. HAMILTON
759–770

Dense avalanche friction coefficients: influence of physical properties of snow
Mohamed NAAIM, Yves DURAND, Nicolas ECKERT, Guillaume CHAMBON
771–782

The effects of El Niño and La Niña on snow and avalanche patterns in British Columbia, Canada, and central Chile
D.M. McCLUNG
783–792

Reviews
Jouzel J, Lorius C and Reynaud D (2013) The white planet: the evolution and future of our frozen world
David DREWRY
793–794

Williams RS, Jr and Ferrigno JG eds (2012) Satellite image atlas of glaciers of the world. State of the Earth’s cryosphere at the beginning of the 21st century: glaciers, global snow cover, floating ice, and permafrost and periglacial environments
Olav ORHEIM
795–796

Correspondence
On Duddu and Waisman (2012, 2013) concerning continuum damage mechanics applied to crevassing and iceberg calving
Olivier GAGLIARDINI, Jérôme WEISS, Paul DUVAL, Maurine MONTAGNAT
797–798

On the continuum damage mechanics approach to modeling of polar ice fracture: a reply
Ravindra DUDDU, Haim WAISMAN
799–801

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