|Series||Scientific series (Canada. Inland Waters Directorate) -- 52|
Glaciology became my principal focus in the s, as I sought to understand the genesis of glacial landforms. I spent 15 years working on Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, focusing on the mechanics of moraine formation at the margins of polar ice sheets and on the temperature distribution and mechanics of deformation in such ice sheets. Steady state flow and deformation in a section of the Barnes Ice Cap (after paths and isochrons, with contours in years, (b) Magnitudes and true orientations principal strain rate é j. (c) Contours of simple shear index, (d) Bars showing cumulative (ñnite) strain, (e) Contours of cumulative strain magnitude, (f) are summarized here in order Cited by: Deformation of the sand veneer provides a classic example of cataclastic flow. Forced folds develop as a result of microfracturing, rigid-body rotation of grains and fragments, and faulting and gouge development. The sand veneer is thinned drastically in the zone of faulting. The multilithologic, layered. Temperature profiles in the Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Canada, and heat flux from the subglacial terrane Journal: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Publisher: Canadian Science Publishing.
Superimposed ice at the margin of the Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Canada, has been overridden and deformed by the main glacier. Deformation within the overridden ice is of variable intensity, and is characterized by zones of shear which are a few centimeters thick and which lie almost parallel to the bed rock and to the measured direction of Cited by: Some recent work by Dr. J. F. Nye on the calculation of the thickness of ice sheets has prompted the author to apply Nye’s formula to the Barnes Ice Cap in Baffin Island. A gravimetric survey of the southern lobe was carried out in , and the data from four of the traverses have been used to calculate the variation of the shear stress on. The awesome beauty and majesty of glaciers, the world of ice which has shaped and reshaped large parts of the earth's surfaces, are presented here through more than one hundred photographs and a closely integrated, informed text. Austin Post's series of aerial photographs of glaciers along the North Pacific Coast of North America and into the interior ranges of Alaska, is supplemented . Observations in a cold ice cap. Part I R. Haefeli and F. Brentani. / Internal temperatures of a cold glacier and conclusions therefrom Joel E. Fisher. Studies in glacier physics on the Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Part IV: The flow of Highway Glacier W.H. Ward. Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand: speed of flow.
Abstract. The steady state tertiary creep of ice which is attained at total strains in excess of ~ 20% is examined. By the term “creep” we imply that we shall examine ice deforming at 20% take long times to establish in the laboratory. At these large strains, crystal anisotropy plays a most important role in the Cited by: 3. (C) Measured debris discharges Glacier Discharge Comments Source Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island ±5m3m–1 year–1 Specific discharge measured at ice cliff terminus sliding at 17myear–1 Barnett and Holdsworth () Bondhusbreen, Norway kgm–1 year–1 Specific discharge measured in subglacial tunnel Hagen et al. () Ivory Cited by: Elmer/Ice Peer Reviewed Publications Written by Olivier Gagliardini. Here is the list of peer-reviewed papers presenting developments or applications using Elmer/Ice. A list for the other publications (mainly Phd thesis) can be found on the Elmer/Ice wiki. Currently we are counting articles since The results of pollen analyses of 12 ice core samples, covering an eight-year period from through from the divide of the Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island, are reported. The pollen spectra are dominated by long distance transported pollen, especially the conifers Picea and Pinus.