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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.

Publisher: International Glaciological Society

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Volume 58, Number 211, September 2012

Impact of model resolution on simulated wind, drifting snow and surface mass balance in Terre Adélie, East Antarctica
pp. 821-829(9)
Authors: Lenaerts, Jan T.M.; Van Den Broeke, Michiel R.; Scarchilli, Claudio; Agosta, Cécile

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Dynamic thinning of Antarctic glaciers from along-track repeat radar altimetry
pp. 830-840(11)
Authors: Flament, Thomas; Rémy, Frédérique

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A wireless subglacial probe for deep ice applications
pp. 841-848(8)
Authors: Smeets, C.J.P.P.; Boot, W.; Hubbard, A.; Pettersson, R.; Wilhelms, F.; Van Den Broeke, M.R.; Van De Wal, R.S.W.

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Sr–Nd isotope evidence for modern aeolian dust sources in mountain glaciers of western China
pp. 859-865(7)
Authors: Xu, Jianzhong; Yu, Guangming; Kang, Shichang; Hou, Shugui; Zhang, Qianggong; Ren, Jiawen; Qin, Dahe

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Detection of a subglacial lake in Glacier de Tête Rousse (Mont Blanc area, France)
pp. 866-878(13)
Authors: Vincent, Christian; Descloitres, Marc; Garambois, Stéphane; Legchenko, Anatoly; Guyard, Hélène; Gilbert, Adrien

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Glacier variations in response to climate change from 1972 to 2007 in the western Lenglongling mountains, northeastern Tibetan Plateau
pp. 879-888(10)
Authors: Pan, Baotian; Cao, Bo; Wang, Jie; Zhang, Guoliang; Zhang, Chen; Hu, Zhenbo; Huang, Bo

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An inexact Gauss–Newton method for inversion of basal sliding and rheology parameters in a nonlinear Stokes ice sheet model
pp. 889-903(15)
Authors: Petra, Noemi; Zhu, Hongyu; Stadler, Georg; Hughes, Thomas J.R.; Ghattas, Omar

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Conduit roughness and dye-trace breakthrough curves: why slow velocity and high dispersivity may not reflect flow in distributed systems
pp. 915-925(11)
Authors: Gulley, J.D.; Walthard, P.; Martin, J.; Banwell, A.F.; Benn, D.I.; Catania, G.

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The effect of discrete recharge by moulins and heterogeneity in flow-path efficiency at glacier beds on subglacial hydrology
pp. 926-940(15)
Authors: Gulley, J.D.; Grabiec, M.; Martin, J.B.; Jania, J.; Catania, G.; Glowacki, P.

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New shortwave infrared albedo measurements for snow specific surface area retrieval
pp. 941-952(12)
Authors: Montpetit, B.; Royer, A.; Langlois, A.; Cliche, P.; Roy, A.; Champollion, N.; Picard, G.; Domine, F.; Obbard, R.

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Changes in area and geodetic mass balance of small glaciers, Polar Urals, Russia, 1950–2008
pp. 953-964(12)
Authors: Shahgedanova, Maria; Nosenko, Gennady; Bushueva, Irina; Ivanov, Mikhail

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Mass-balance parameters derived from a synthetic network of mass-balance glaciers
pp. 965-979(15)
Authors: Machguth, Horst; Haeberli, Wilfried; Paul, Frank

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Formation of levees and en-echelon shear planes during snow avalanche run-out
pp. 980-992(13)
Authors: Bartelt, Perry; Glover, James; Feistl, Thomas; Bühler, Yves; Buser, Othmar

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Automatic snow surface roughness estimation using digital photos
pp. 993-1007(15)
Authors: Manninen, Terhikki; Anttila, Kati; Karjalainen, Tuure; Lahtinen, Panu

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Well-posed boundary conditions for limited-domain models of transient ice flow near an ice divide
pp. 1008-1020(13)
Authors: Koutnik, Michelle R.; Waddington, Edwin D.

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The ecology of snow and ice environments
pp. 1021-1022(2)
Author: Meiners, K.M.

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Antarctic subglacial aquatic environments
pp. 1023-1024(2)
Author: Glasser, N.F.

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