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 59, Number 213, March 2013

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Characterizing the glaciological conditions at Halvfarryggen ice dome, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
pp. 9-20(12)
Authors: Drews, Reinhard; Martín, Carlos; Steinhage, Daniel; Eisen, Olaf

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Wind-blown flux rates derived from drifts at arctic snow fences
pp. 21-34(14)
Authors: Sturm, Matthew; Stuefer, Svetlana

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Mechanical properties of snow using indentation tests: size effects
pp. 35-46(12)
Authors: Huang, Daisy; Lee, Jonah H.

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Evolution of crystal orientation in snow during temperature gradient metamorphism
pp. 47-55(9)
Authors: Riche, Fabienne; Montagnat, Maurine; Schneebeli, Martin

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Ice-core evidence of westerly and monsoon moisture contributions in the central Tibetan Plateau
pp. 56-66(11)
Authors: Joswiak, Daniel R.; Yao, Tandong; Wu, Guangjian; Tian, Lide; Xu, Baiqing

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Normal modes of a coupled ice-shelf/sub-ice-shelf cavity system
pp. 76-80(5)
Author: Sergienko, Olga V.

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Deduction of surface accumulation history from ice-core age/depth data
pp. 81-86(6)
Authors: Morland, L.W.; Jacka, T.H.

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Temporal trends in avalanche activity in the French Alps and subregions: from occurrences and runout altitudes to unsteady return periods
pp. 93-114(22)
Authors: Eckert, N.; Keylock, C.J.; Castebrunet, H.; Lavigne, A.; Naaim, M.

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Decelerated mass loss of Hurd and Johnsons Glaciers, Livingston Island, Antarctic Peninsula
pp. 115-128(14)
Authors: Navarro, Francisco J.; Jonsell, Ulf Y.; Corcuera, María I.; Martín-Español, Alba

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Inferring ice-flow directions from single ice-sheet surface images using the Radon transform
pp. 129-136(8)
Authors: Roberts, Jason L.; Warner, Roland C.; Treverrow, Adam

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Energy and mass balance of Zhadang glacier surface, central Tibetan Plateau
pp. 137-148(12)
Authors: Zhang, Guoshuai; Kang, Shichang; Fujita, Koji; Huintjes, Eva; Xu, Jianqing; Yamazaki, Takeshi; Haginoya, Shigenori; Wei, Yang; Scherer, Dieter; Schneider, Christoph; Yao, Tandong

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Rapid thinning of lake-calving Yakutat Glacier and the collapse of the Yakutat Icefield, southeast Alaska, USA
pp. 149-161(13)
Authors: Trüssel, Barbara L.; Motyka, Roman J.; Truffer, Martin; Larsen, Christopher F.

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Calving event detection by observation of seiche effects on the Greenland fjords
pp. 162-178(17)
Authors: Walter, Fabian; Olivieri, Marco; Clinton, John F.

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Determining the age distribution of Colle Gnifetti, Monte Rosa, Swiss Alps, by combining ice cores, ground-penetrating radar and a simple flow model
pp. 179-189(11)
Authors: Konrad, Hannes; Bohleber, Pascal; Wagenbach, Dietmar; Vincent, Christian; Eisen, Olaf

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Thermal convection in ice sheets
pp. 190-192(3)
Author: Fowler, Andrew C.

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