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The Journal of Glaciology is published six times per year. It accepts submissions from any discipline related to the study of snow and ice. All articles are peer reviewed. The Journal is included in the ISI Science Citation Index.

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Publisher: International Glaciological Society

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Volume 45, Number 150, June 1999

Physical and chemical characterization of a spring flood event, Bench Glacier, Alaska, U.S.A.: evidence for water storage
pp. 177-189(13)
Authors: Anderson, Suzanne Prestrud; Fernald, Katherine M.H.; Anderson, Robert S.; Humphrey, Neil F.

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Subglacial water-sheet floods, drumlins and ice-sheet lobes
pp. 201-213(13)
Author: Shoemaker, E.M.

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Laboratory study of the migration of methane sulphonate in firn
pp. 214-218(5)
Authors: Pasteur, Elizabeth C.; Mulvaney, Robert

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Ice flow of Humboldt, Petermann and Ryder Gletscher, northern Greenland
pp. 231-241(11)
Authors: Joughin, Ian; Fahnestock, Mark; Kwok, Ron; Gogineni, Prasad; Allen, Chris

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Climatic and glaciological information inferred from air-content measurements of a Law Dome (East Antarctica) ice core
pp. 255-263(9)
Authors: Delmotte, Marc; Raynaud, Dominique; Morgan, Vin; Jouzel, Jean

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Below-surface ice melt on the coastal Antarctic ice sheet
pp. 273-285(13)
Authors: Liston, Glen E.; Winther, Jan-Gunnar; Bruland, OddbjØrn; ElvehØy, Hallgeir; Sand, Knut

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Water movement in the firn of Storglaciären, Sweden
pp. 286-294(9)
Author: Schneider, Thomas

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Climate variables along a traverse line in Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica
pp. 295-302(8)
Authors: Van Den Broeke, Michiel R.; Winther, Jan-Gunnar; Isaksson, Elisabeth; Pinglot, Jean Francis; Karlöf, Lars; Eiken, Trond; Conrads, Louk

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Avalanche risk mapping by simulation
pp. 303-314(12)
Authors: Keylock, Christopher J.; Mcclung, David M.; Már Magnússon, Magnús

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Estimating late-winter heat flow to the atmosphere from the lake-dominated Alaskan North Slope
pp. 315-324(10)
Authors: Jeffries, Martin O.; Zhang, Tingjun; Frey, Karoline; Kozlenko, Nick

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Interferometric radar observations of Glaciares Europa and Penguin, Hielo Patagónico Sur, Chile
pp. 325-337(13)
Authors: Forster, Richard R.; Rignot, Eric; Isacks, Bryan L.; Jezek, Kenneth C.

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Strain-rate enhancement at Dye 3, Greenland
pp. 338-345(8)
Authors: Thorsteinsson, Throstur; Waddington, E. D.; Taylor, K. C.; Alley, R. B.; Blankenship, D. D.

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An investigation of the thermal conductivity of snow
pp. 346-351(6)
Author: Singh, A. K.

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Evidence for temporally varying “sticky spots” at the base of Trapridge Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada
pp. 352-360(9)
Authors: Fischer, Urs H.; Clarke, Garry K. C.; Blatter, Heinz

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Ongoing margin migration of Ice Stream B, Antarctica
pp. 361-369(9)
Authors: Echelmeyer, K. A.; Harrison, W. D.

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Meso- and microscale sea-ice motion in the East Siberian Sea as determined from ERS-1 SAR Data
pp. 370-383(14)
Authors: Morris, Kim; Li, Shusun; Jeffries, Martin

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Ice-dynamic conditions across the grounding zone, Ekströmisen, East Antarctica
pp. 384-393(10)
Authors: Mayer, C.; Huybrechts, P.

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Whirled patterns in thawing snow
pp. 403-403(1)
Author: Wells, Alan

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