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Volume 54, Number 63, July 2013

The flexural dynamics of melting ice shelves
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: MacAyeal, Douglas R.; Sergienko, Olga V.

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Glacier mass balance of Norway 1961–2010 calculated by a temperature-index model
pp. 32-40(9)
Authors: Engelhardt, Markus; Schuler, Thomas V.; Andreassen, Liss M.

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Trace-element and physical response to melt percolation in Summit (Greenland) snow
pp. 52-62(11)
Authors: Wong, Gifford J.; Hawley, Robert L.; Lutz, Eric R.; Osterberg, Erich C.

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Ice-volume changes, bias estimation of mass-balance measurements and changes in subglacial lakes derived by lidar mapping of the surface of Icelandic glaciers
pp. 63-74(12)
Authors: Jóhannesson, Tómas; Björnsson, Helgi; Magnússon, Eyjólfur; Guðmundsson, Sverrir; Pálsson, Finnur; Sigurðsson, Oddur; Thorsteinsson, Thorsteinn; Berthier, Etienne

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Towards remote monitoring of sub-seasonal glacier mass balance
pp. 75-83(9)
Authors: Huss, Matthias; Sold, Leo; Hoelzle, Martin; Stokvis, Mazzal; Salzmann, Nadine; Farinotti, Daniel; Zemp, Michael

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The role of cooperative iceberg capsize in ice-shelf disintegration
pp. 84-90(7)
Authors: Burton, Justin C.; Cathles, L. Mac; Wilder, W. Grant

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Radar-detected englacial stratigraphy in the Pensacola Mountains, Antarctica: implications for recent changes in ice flow and accumulation
pp. 91-100(10)
Authors: Campbell, Seth; Balco, Greg; Todd, Claire; Conway, Howard; Huybers, Kathleen; Simmons, Christopher; Vermeulen, Michael

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Surface velocity and ice discharge of the ice cap on King George Island, Antarctica
pp. 111-119(9)
Authors: Osmanoğlu, B.; Braun, M.; Hock, R.; Navarro, F.J.

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Suitability of a constant air temperature lapse rate over an Alpine glacier: testing the Greuell and Böhm model as an alternative
pp. 120-130(11)
Authors: Petersen, Lene; Pellicciotti, Francesca; Juszak, Inge; Carenzo, Marco; Brock, Ben

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Rapid retreat, acceleration and thinning of Glaciar Upsala, Southern Patagonia Icefield, initiated in 2008
pp. 131-138(8)
Authors: Sakakibara, Daiki; Sugiyama, Shin; Sawagaki, Takanobu; Marinsek, Sebastián; Skvarca, Pedro

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Recent changes (1991–2010) in glacier mass balance and air temperature in the European Alps
pp. 139-146(8)
Authors: Braithwaite, Roger J.; Raper, Sarah C.B.; Candela, Romain

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Bering Glacier surge 2011: analysis of laser altimeter data
pp. 158-170(13)
Authors: Herzfeld, Ute C.; McDonald, Brian; Stachura, Maciej; Hale, Robert Griffin; Chen, Phillip; Trantow, Thomas

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On the accuracy of glacier outlines derived from remote-sensing data
pp. 171-182(12)
Authors: Paul, F.; Barrand, N.E.; Baumann, S.; Berthier, E.; Bolch, T.; Casey, K.; Frey, H.; Joshi, S.P.; Konovalov, V.; Bris, R. Le; Mölg, N.; Nosenko, G.; Nuth, C.; Pope, A.; Racoviteanu, A.; Rastner, P.; Raup, B.; Scharrer, K.; Steffen, S.; Winsvold, S.

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A new inventory of mountain glaciers and ice caps for the Antarctic periphery
pp. 191-199(9)
Authors: Bliss, Andrew; Hock, Regine; Cogley, J. Graham

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Strain-rate estimates for crevasse formation at an alpine ice divide: Mount Hunter, Alaska
pp. 200-208(9)
Authors: Campbell, Seth; Roy, Samuel; Kreutz, Karl; Arcone, Steven A.; Osterberg, Erich C.; Koons, Peter

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The propagation of a surge front on Bering Glacier, Alaska, 2001–2011
pp. 221-228(8)
Authors: Turrin, James; Forster, Richard R.; Larsen, Chris; Sauber, Jeanne

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Parameter uncertainty, refreezing and surface energy balance modelling at Austfonna ice cap, Svalbard, 2004–08
pp. 229-240(12)
Authors: Østby, Torbjørn I.; Schuler, Thomas V.; Hagen, Jon Ove; Hock, Regine; Reijmer, Carleen H.

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Comparing three different methods to model scenarios of future glacier change in the Swiss Alps
pp. 241-253(13)
Authors: Linsbauer, Andreas; Paul, Frank; Machguth, Horst; Haeberli, Wilfried

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Variability of the climatic mass balance of Vestfonna ice cap, northeastern Svalbard, 1979–2011
pp. 254-264(11)
Authors: Möller, Marco; Finkelnburg, Roman; Braun, Matthias; Scherer, Dieter; Schneider, Christoph

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Basal melting beneath a fast-flowing temperate tidewater glacier
pp. 265-271(7)
Authors: Alexander, D.J.; Davies, T.R.H.; Shulmeister, J.

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Kamb Ice Stream flow history and surge potential
pp. 287-298(12)
Authors: Engelhardt, Hermann; Kamb, Barclay

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The 2008/09 surge of central Yulinchuan glacier, northern Tibetan Plateau, as monitored by remote sensing
pp. 299-310(12)
Authors: Guo, Wanqin; Liu, Shiyin; Wei, Junfeng; Bao, Weijia

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Parameter sensitivity of a distributed enhanced temperature-index melt model
pp. 311-321(11)
Authors: Heynen, Martin; Pellicciotti, Francesca; Carenzo, Marco

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The impact of subglacial hydrology on the force balance of a physically modelled ice stream
pp. 333-342(10)
Authors: Wagman, Benjamin M.; Catania, Ginny A.

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Calibration of a higher-order 3-D ice-flow model of the Morteratsch glacier complex, Engadin, Switzerland
pp. 343-351(9)
Authors: Zekollari, H.; Huybrechts, P.; Fürst, J.J.; Rybak, O.; Eisen, O.

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Meteorological controls on glacier mass balance in High Asia
pp. 352-359(8)
Author: Rasmussen, L.A.

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