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Volume 61(225), 2015Journal issue 224 cover


Experimental determination of a double-valued drag relationship for glacier sliding
Lucas K. ZOET, Neal R. IVERSON
1–7

Glacier status and contribution to streamflow in the Olympic Mountains, Washington, USA
J.L. RIEDEL, Steve WILSON, William BACCUS, Michael LARRABEE, T.J. FUDGE, Andrew FOUNTAIN
8–16

Instruments and Methods
Land-ice elevation changes from photon-counting swath altimetry: first applications over the Antarctic ice sheet
Duncan A. YOUNG, Laura E. LINDZEY, Donald D. BLANKENSHIP, Jamin S. GREENBAUM, Alvaro GARCIA DE GORORDO, Scott D. KEMPF, Jason L. ROBERTS, Roland C. WARNER, Tas VAN OMMEN, Martin J. SIEGERT, Emmanuel LE MEUR
17–28

Estimate of the total volume of Svalbard glaciers, and their potential contribution to sea-level rise, using new regionally based scaling relationships
A. MARTÍN-ESPAÑOL, F.J. NAVARRO, J. OTERO, J.J. LAPAZARAN, M. BŁASZCZYK
29–41

Instruments and Methods
Multi-year observations of Breiðamerkurjökull, a marine-terminating glacier in southeastern Iceland, using terrestrial radar interferometry
Denis VOYTENKO, Timothy H. DIXON, Ian M. HOWAT, Noel GOURMELEN, Chad LEMBKE, Charles L. WERNER, Santiago DE LA PEÑA, Björn ODDSSON
42–54

Characterizing the internal structure of laboratory ice samples with nuclear magnetic resonance
Timothy I. BROX, Mark L. SKIDMORE, Jennifer R. BROWN
55–64

Runaway thinning of the low-elevation Yakutat Glacier, Alaska, and its sensitivity to climate change
Barbara L. TRÜSSEL, Martin TRUFFER, Regine HOCK, Roman J. MOTYKA, Matthias HUSS, Jing ZHANG
65–75

Seasonal and interannual variations in ice melange and its impact on terminus stability, Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland
Ryan CASSOTTO, Mark FAHNESTOCK, Jason M. AMUNDSON, Martin TRUFFER, Ian JOUGHIN
76–88

Instruments and Methods
Gold Open Access Button Airborne fine-resolution UHF radar: an approach to the study of englacial reflections, firn compaction and ice attenuation rates
Cameron LEWIS, Sivaprasad GOGINENI, Fernando RODRIGUEZ-MORALES, Ben PANZER, Theresa STUMPF, John PADEN, Carl LEUSCHEN
89–100

Instruments and Methods
Constraints on snow accumulation and firn density in Greenland using GPS receivers
Kristine M. LARSON, John WAHR, Peter KUIPERS MUNNEKE
101–114

Moraine-dammed lake distribution and outburst flood risk in the Chinese Himalaya
WANG Shijin, QIN Dahe, XIAO Cunde
115–126

Modeling the hydrological response to climate change in a glacierized high mountain region, northwest China
Meiping SUN, Zhongqin LI, Xiaojun YAO, Mingjun ZHANG, Shuang JIN
127–136

Basal topographic controls on rapid retreat of Humboldt Glacier, northern Greenland
J.R. CARR, A. VIELI, C.R. STOKES, S.S.R. JAMIESON, S.J. PALMER, P. CHRISTOFFERSEN, J.A. DOWDESWELL, F.M. NICK, D.D. BLANKENSHIP, D.A. YOUNG
137–150

Comparison of traditional and optical grain-size field measurements with SNOWPACK simulations in a taiga snowpack
L. LEPPÄNEN, A. KONTU, J. VEHVILÄINEN, J. LEMMETYINEN, J. PULLIAINEN
151–162

The effects of dating uncertainties on net accumulation estimates from firn cores
Summer RUPPER, William F. CHRISTENSEN, Barry R. BICKMORE, Landon BURGENER, Lora S. KOENIG, Michelle R. KOUTNIK, Clément MIÈGE, Richard R. FORSTER
163–172

Release temperature, snow-cover entrainment and the thermal flow regime of snow avalanches
Cesar VERA VALERO, Katreen WIKSTROEM JONES, Yves BÜHLER, Perry BARTELT
173–184

Modelling channelized surface drainage of supraglacial lakes
J. KINGSLAKE, F. NG, A. SOLE
185–199

Review
ALEAN and HAMBREY (2013) Gletscher der Welt
Atsumu OHMURA
200–201

Correspondence
Steady-state water pressures in subglacial conduits: corrections to a model and recommendations for its use
Christian HELANOW, Toby MEIERBACHTOL, Peter JANSSON
202–204

Front cover: photograph by Michael Hambrey. Hanging glacier on the NE peak of Ombigaichan (over 6000 m) in the Khumbu Himal, Nepal. In the foreground is the Little Ice Age moraine of Imja Glacier, which dams a growing ice-contact lake.

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