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Journal of Glaciology, Volume 8 (1969)

Journal of Glaciology

Volume 8 (1969)

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Vol. 8 February 1969 No. 52

Contents

3-7
Mass-balance terms
Anonymous

9-22
Present-day glaciers in the U.S.S.R. and some data on their mass balance
M.G. Grosval'd and V.M. Kotlyakov

23-50
Glacial features of Tanquary Fiord and adjoining areas of northern Ellesmere Island, N.W.T.
G. Hattersley-Smith

51-65
Regime of an Afghan glacier
O. Gilbert, D. Jamieson, H. Lister and A. Pendlington

67-90
Geodetic results of the Ross Ice Shelf survey expeditions, 1962-63 and 1965-66
Egon Dorrer, Walther Hofmann and Wilfried Seufert

91-105
Errors in short-term ablation measurements on melting ice surfaces
Fritz Müller and Charles M. Keeler

107-129
Primary transverse crevasses
G. Holdsworth

131-145
Effect of temperature on the creep of ice
Malcolm Mellor and Richard Testa

147-152
Creep of ice under low stress
Malcolm Mellor and Richard Testa

153-164
Effect of growth parameters on substructure spacing in NaCl ice crystals
Gary Lofgren and W.F. Weeks

165
Review
E. Le Roy Ladurie. Histoire du climat depuis l'an mil. Paris, Flammarion, 1967. 379 p., illus., maps. (Nouvelle Bibliothèque Scientifique.)
Gordon Manley

167-169
Correspondence
On electric polarization of ice
Walter Drost-Hansen

169
Correspondence
Reply to Mr J.G. Paren's comments on "Dielectric relaxation in temperate glaciers"
P.W.F. Gribbon

170
Correspondence
On the regime of the western part of the Ross Ice Shelf drainage system
M.B. Giovinetto, E.S. Robinson and C.W.M. Swithinbank

170-171
Correspondence
Bottom melting of the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
R.A. Paige

173-181
Glaciological literature
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Vol. 8 June 1969 No. 53

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185-205
The dynamics of temperate glaciers from the detailed viewpoint
L. Lliboutry

207-213
The effect of longitudinal stress on the shear stress at the base of an ice sheet
J.F. Nye

215-223
A flow model and a time scale for the ice core from Camp Century, Greenland
W. Dansgaard and S.J. Johnsen

225-228
On the hypothesis of ice ages suggested by Captain E.S. Gernet
O.P. Chizhov

229-240
Distribution of surging glaciers in western North America
Austin Post

241-252
On the rates of growth of grains and crystals in South Polar firn
Anthony J. Gow

253-276
Ice-fabric study of the Mawson region, East Antarctica
K. Kizaki

277-284
The heat and mass balance of snow dunes on the central Antarctic Plateau
G. Weller

285-300
On the use of asymptotic solutions to plane ice-water problems
G.S.H. Lock

301-309
Pressures inside freezing water drops
P.J. Visagie

311-314
Instruments and Methods
The USA CRREL drill for thermal coring in ice
Herbert T. Ueda and Donald E. Garfield

315-316
Obituary
Jon Eythorsson — 1895-1968
Sigurdur Thórarinsson

317-318
Obituary
Frank Philip Bowden — 1903-1968
David Tabor

319
Review
L.-E. Hamelin and F.A. Cook. Le périglaciaire par l'image: Illustrated glossary of periglacial phenomena. Québec, Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 1967. xi, 237 p., illus. (Travaux et Documents du Centre d'Études Nordiques, 4.)
W.H. Ward

321
Correspondence
Secondary polygons in Iceland
Sigurdur Thórarinsson

321-322
Correspondence
Calving from floating glaciers: comments on Dr. N. Reeh's paper
F. Loewe

322-324
Correspondence
Calving from floating glaciers: reply to Professor F. Loewe's comments
Niels Reeh

324-326
Correspondence
Crystal shape in polar glaciers and the philosophy of ice-fabric diagrams
Roger LeB. Hooke

326-327
Correspondence
A supraglacial extension of an ice-dammed lake, Tunsbergdalsbreen, Norway: comments on Dr P.J. Howarth's paper
C.F. Aub

327-328
Correspondence
Unusual hailstones
P.S. Vadilo

329-338
Glaciological literature
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Vol. 8 October 1969 No. 54

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341-352
The Meighen Ice Cap, Arctic Canada: accumulation, ablation and flow
W.S.B. Paterson

353-367
Effect of a debris slide on "Sioux Glacier", south-central Alaska
John R. Reid

369-373
Ice-resistivity measurements on Paris Gletscher, East Greenland
M.C. Clark, M.H. Key and G.J. Part

375-383
Fabric analysis of surface ice near Casey Range, East Antarctica
Koshiro Kizaki

385-397
Flexure of a floating ice tongue
G. Holdsworth

399-406
Attenuation of sound in sea ice, 10-500 kHz
M.P. Langleben

407-412
Albedo and degree of puddling of a melting cover of sea ice
M.P. Langleben

413-425
Observations on a collapsing kame terrace in Glacier Bay National Monument, south-eastern Alaska
Garry D. McKenzie

427-440
Strength tests on newly fallen snow
R. Perla

441-450
The growth of bonds and the increase of mechanical strength in a dry seasonal snow- pack
Charles M. Keeler

451-462
The role of stress concentration in slab avalanche release
R.A. Sommerfeld

463-473
The mechanical properties of single crystals of pure ice
S.J. Jones and J.W. Glen

475-483
Surface topography of etched ice crystals observed by a scanning electron microscope
Daisuke Kuroiwa

485-486
Kettle holes
R.P.K. Clark

487-489
Glaciar Yanasinga (central Peru): 24 years of measurements
U. Petersen, L. Sassarini and R. Plenge

491-492
Obituary
Hirobumi Oura — 1921-1969
Daisuke Kuroiwa

493
Correspondence
Comments on "Regime of an Afghan glacier"
W. Kick

493-494
Correspondence
Reply to Dr W. Kick's comments on "Regime of an Afghan glacier"
H. Lister

494-495
Correspondence
The stress dependence of the secondary creep rate at low stresses
J. Weertman

495
Correspondence
The stress dependence of the secondary creep rate at low stresses : reply to Professor J. Weertman's letter
Malcolm Mellor

495
Correspondence
Use of the term "glacier cave"
Garry D. McKenzie

497-511
Glaciological literature
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