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The Annals of Glaciology is a peer-reviewed, thematic journal published 2 to 4 times a year by the International Glaciological Society (IGS). Publication frequency is determined and volume/issue numbers assigned by the IGS Council on a year-to-year basis and with a lead time of 3 to 4 years. The Annals of Glaciology is included in the ISI Science Citation Index from volume 50, number 50 onwards.

Themes can be on any aspect of the study of snow and ice. Individual members can make a suggestion for a theme for an Annals issue to the Secretary General, who will forward it to the IGS Publications Committee. The IGS Publication Committee will make a recommendation for an individual themed Annals issue, together with a potential Annals Chief Editor for that issue, to IGS Council. The IGS Council will make the decision whether to proceed, taking into account the spread of topics and the overall capacity for publication of pages in Annals.

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Publisher: International Glaciological Society

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Volume 2, Number 1, 1981

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Bore-Hole Video and Photographic Cameras
pp. 34-38(5)
Authors: Koerner, R.M.; Fisher, D.A.; Parnandi, M.

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Forms of Glacial Relief of Spitsbergen Glaciers
pp. 45-51(7)
Author: Macheret, Yu. Ya.

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Plucking as an Effect of Water-Pressure Variations at the Glacier Bed
pp. 57-62(6)
Authors: Rthlisberger, Hans; Iken, Almut

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Basal Freezing of Squeezed Water: Its Influence on Glacier Erosion
pp. 63-66(4)
Authors: Souchez, R.A.; Tison, J.-L.

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Forms of Subglacial Erosion on Palaeozoic Sedimentary Rocks(Abstract only)
pp. 68-68(1)
Authors: Rogerson, R.J.; Kodybka, R.

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Sediment Source for Melt-Water Deposits
pp. 92-96(5)
Authors: Pessl, Fred; Frederick, Jan E.

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Sediment Transport from the Glacier Zone, Central Asia
pp. 103-108(6)
Authors: Shcheglova, O. P.; Chizhov, O. P.

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Processes and Models of Antarctic Glaciomarine Sedimentation
pp. 117-122(6)
Authors: Drewry, D. J.; Cooper, A. P. R.

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Model for Submarine Glacial Deposition*
pp. 123-128(6)
Authors: Orheim, Olav; ElverhØi, Anders

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A Model for Sedimentation by Tidewater Glaciers
pp. 129-134(6)
Author: Powell, Ross D.

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An Ice-shelf Moraine, George VI Sound, Antarctica
pp. 135-141(7)
Authors: Sugden, D. E.; Clapperton, C. M.

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Erosion Rate of a Younger Dryas Cirque Glacier at Kråkenes, Western Norway
pp. 153-158(6)
Authors: Larsen, E.; Mangerud, J.

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Rock Jointing and Abrasion forms on Roches Moutonnées, SW Finland
pp. 159-163(5)
Authors: Rastas, Jukka; Seppälä, Matti

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The Tiskilwa Till, a Regional View of its Origin and Depositional Processes
pp. 176-182(7)
Authors: Wickham, Susan Specht; Johnson, W. Hilton

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General Discussion
pp. 187-192(6)
Author: Hallet, B.

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General Discussion
pp. 187-192(6)
Author: Hallet, B.

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