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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 7 (1968)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 7 (1968)

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Vol. 7 February 1968 No. 49

Contents

3-19
Glacier variation and weather
Herfried C. Hoinkes

21-58
General theory of subglacial cavitation and sliding of temperate glaciers
L. Lliboutry

59-76
Snow accumulation studies on the Thule Peninsula, Greenland
Steven J. Mock

77-87
Recent glacial history of an Alpine area in the Colorado Front Range, U.S.A. II. Dating the glacial deposits
James B. Benedict

89-94
Field measurements of dielectric absorption in Antarctic ice and snow at very high frequencies
M.E.R. Walford

95-108
Hexagonal and cubic ice at low temperatures
Motoi Kumai

109-113
Instruments and Methods
An automatic gauge for measuring sea-ice thickness
Peter Schwerdtfeger

115-116
Early discoverers XXVI
Another forgotten pioneer of the glacial theory: James Hutton (1726-97)
Gordon L. Davies

117-119
Steady profile of a finite-amplitude kinematic wave on a glacier
James N. Johnson

121-123
Obituary
Raimund von Klebelsberg — 1886-1967
Herfried Hoinkes

124-125
Obituary
Kaare Strøm — 1902-1967
J. Gjessing

127
Review
Terence Armstrong and others.Illustrated glossary of snow and ice, by Terence Armstrong, Brian Roberts, Charles Swithinbank. Cambridge, Scott Polar Research Institute, 1966. v, 60 p., 79 photos. (Scott Polar Research Institute Special Publication No. 4.)
Fritz Müller

127-128
Review
Charles A Knight. The freezing of supercooled liquids. Princeton, N.J., London, etc., [1967]. vi, 145 p., illus. (Van Nostrand Momentum Books, 14.)
W.F. Weeks

129-130
Correspondence
Glacier variation and weather: comments on Professor Hoinkes' paper
H.H. Lamb

130-132
Correspondence
Primary and secondary polygons
R.W. Groves

132-133
Correspondence
Errors in the determination of ablation using stakes
Michel Vallon

133
Correspondence
Errors in the determination of ablation using stakes: comments on Dr. Vallon's letter
J.F. Nye

135-145
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Vol. 7 June 1968 No. 50

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149
Retirement of Gerald Seligman as editor
J.F. Nye

151-153
SI-units and glaciology
Glaciological Society

155-159
Bubble coalescence in ice as a tool for the study of its deformation
J. Weertman

161-165
Diffusion law for the dispersion of hard particles in an ice matrix that undergoes simple shear deformation
J. Weertman

167-182
Bubbles and bubble pressures in Antarctic glacier ice
Anthony J. Gow

183-198
Stress-generated ice crystals in a nearly isothermal two-phase system
E. LaChapelle

199-204
On the use of the equilibrium equations and flow law in relating the surface and bed topography of glaciers and ice sheets
I.F. Collins

205-213
Computations of the possible future behaviour of Berendon Glacier, Canada
N. Untersteiner and J.F. Nye

215-232
On the calving of ice from floating glaciers and ice shelves
Niels Reeh

233-251
The complexities of the three-dimensional shape of individual crystals in glacier ice
George P. Rigsby

253-271
Investigations into the mechanical properties of alpine snow-packs
C.M. Keeler and W.F. Weeks

273-287
Determination of the rate of snow accumulation at the Pole of Relative Inaccessibility, eastern Antarctica: a comparison of glaciological and isotopic methods
E. Picciotto, R. Cameron, G. Crozaz, S. Deutsch and S. Wilgain

289-297
Albedo measurements of an Arctic ice cover from high towers
M.P. Langleben

299-312
On the origin of ablation hollows (polygons) on snow
Alfred Jahn and Mieczyslaw Klapa

313-320
The quantity of melt water in the Marble Point-Gneiss Point area, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
John R. Davis and Robert L. Nichols

321-328
Instruments and Methods
Intrumented probes for deep glacial investigations
Haldor W.C. Aamot

329-331
Measured beta activity of Alaskan firn
T.H. Wu

333-335
Determination of temperature on ice caps by seismic methods
F. Thyssen

337-338
Obituary
Henry Franceys Porter Herdman — 1901-1967
G.E.R. Deacon

339-340
Review
M.J. Rubin. Studies in Antarctic meteorology. Washington, D.C., American Geophysical Union, 1966. vii, 231 p. (Antarctic Research Series, Vol. 9.)
T.H. Ellison

341-346
Correspondence
Dielectric relaxation in temperate glaciers: comments on Dr P.W.F. Gribbon's paper
J.G. Paren

346-351
Correspondence
Discussion of the theory of pingo formation by water explusion in a region affected by subsidence
J.Ross Mackay

351-352
Correspondence
Comments on "The formation of shear moraines: an example from south Victoria Land, Antarctica"
Roger LeB. Hooke

352-353
Correspondence
Reply to Dr R. LeB Hooke's comments on "The formation of shear moraines: an example from south Victoria Land, Antarctica"
R. Souchez

353-354
Correspondence
Glaciological observations in north-central Greenland
S. Mock and S.F. Weeks

355-360
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Vol. 7 October 1968 No. 51

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363-376
Steady-state temperatures at the bottom of ice sheets and computation of the bottom ice flow law from the surface profile
L. Lliboutry

377-390
The formation and shape of drumlins and their distribution and orientation in drumlin fields
Ian J. Smalley and David J. Unwin

391-412
Flow tills and related deposits on some Vestspitsbergen glaciers
G.S. Boulton

413-419
A supraglacial extension of an ice-dammed lake, Tunsbergdalsbreen, Norway
Philip J. Howarth

421-430
Fabric analysis of a core from the Meighen Ice Cap, Northwest Territories, Canada
R.M. Koerner

431-440
The midsummer heat balance of an Alaskan maritime glacier
N.A. Streten and G. Wendler

441-448
Avalanche activity on the Vaughan Lewis icefall, Alaska
Alfred C. Pinchak

449-478
Costal geomorphology, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
Robert L. Nichols

479-491
Slip in single crystals of ice
C.J. Readings and J.T. Bartlett

493-498
Instruments and Methods
A buoyancy-stabilized hot-point drill for glacier studies
Haldor W.C. Aamot

499-506
Instruments and Methods
The resistograph and the compressive strength of snow
Charles C. Bradley

507-510
Directions of ice movement in the southern Irish Sea basin during the last major glaciation: an hypothesis
B.S. John

511-516
Sub-surface melt pools in the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
R.A. Paige

517
Correspondence
Calculated patterns of accumulation on the Greenland ice sheet: comments on Mr S.J. Mock's paper
A. Bauer

519-534
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