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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Volume 46, Number 153, March 2000

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Modelling dynamics of glaciers in volcanic craters
pp. 177-187(11)
Authors: Salamatin, Andrey N.; Murav'yev, Yaroslav D.; Shiraiwa, Takayuki; Matsuoka, Kenichi

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Glacier calving: a numerical model of forces in the calving-speed—water-depth relation
pp. 188-196(9)
Authors: Hanson, Brian; Hooke, Roger LeB.

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Evidence for extreme pressure pulses in the subglacial water system
pp. 206-212(7)
Authors: Kavanaugh, Jeffrey L.; Clarke, Garry K.C.

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Glacier motion dominated by processes deep in underlying till
pp. 213-221(9)
Authors: Truffer, M.; Harrison, W. D.; Echelmeyer, K. A.

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Monsoon and dust signals recorded in Dasuopu glacier, Tibetan Plateau
pp. 222-226(5)
Authors: Shichang, Kang; Wake, Cameron P.; Dahe, Qin; Mayewski, Paul A.; Tandong, Yao

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Results from the EISMINT model intercomparison: the effects of thermomechanical coupling
pp. 227-238(12)
Authors: Payne, A.J.; Huybrechts, P.; Abe-Ouchi, A.; Calov, R.; Fastook, J. L.; Greve, R.; Marshall, S. J.; Marsiat, I.; Ritz, C.; Tarasov, L.; Thomassen, M. P. A.

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The effects of sulfuric acid on the mechanical properties of ice single crystals
pp. 239-243(5)
Authors: Trickett, Y. L.; Baker, I.; Pradhan, P. M. S.

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Ice discharge of eastern Dome C drainage area, Antarctica, determined from airborne radar survey and satellite image analysis
pp. 253-264(12)
Authors: Frezzotti, Massimo; Tabacco, Ignazio Ezio; Zirizzotti, Achille

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Mass balance of the northeast sector of the Greenland ice sheet: a remote-sensing perspective
pp. 265-273(9)
Authors: Rignot, Eric; Buscarlet, Guillaume; Csathó, Beáta; Gogineni, Sivaprasad; Krabill, William; Schmeltz, Marjorie

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Delineation of a complexly dipping temperate glacier bed using short-pulse radar arrays
pp. 274-286(13)
Authors: Moran, M. L.; Greenfield, R. J.; Arcone, S. A.; Delaney, A. J.

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Radar glacier zones in southeast Alaska, U.S.A.: field and satellite observations
pp. 287-296(10)
Authors: Ramage, Joan M.; Isacks, Bryan L.; Miller, Maynard M.

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Calculating basal thermal zones beneath the Antarctic ice sheet
pp. 297-310(14)
Authors: Wilch, Ellen; Hughes, Terence J.

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A numerical investigation of ice-lobe–permafrost interaction around the southern Laurentide ice sheet
pp. 311-325(15)
Authors: Cutler, Paul M.; MacAyeal, Douglas R.; Mickelson, David M.; Parizek, Byron R.; Colgan, Patrick M.

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The accumulation regime of Blue Glacier, U.S.A., 1914–96
pp. 326-334(9)
Authors: Rasmussen, L. A.; Conway, H.; Hayes, P. S.

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Himalayan ice-core dating with snow algae
pp. 335-340(6)
Authors: Yoshimura, Yoshitaka; Kohshima, Shiro; Takeuchi, Nozomu; Seko, Katsumoto; Fujita, Koji

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A hot-water ice-coring drill
pp. 341-345(5)
Authors: Engelhardt, H.; Kamb, B.; Bolsey, R.

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Reviews
pp. 346-348(3)

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Correspondence
pp. 349-351(3)

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Errata
pp. 352-354(3)

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