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Advancement of glaciology: technology in, 66-77

Atmospheric chemistry: global science, 42

Basal net balance: ice dynamics, 37

Bearing capacity: ice, 82-83

Bedrock mapping: ice sheets, 35-36

Bore-hole sampling of deep ice: ice dynamics, 38

Boulton, G.S., (paper: Progress in glacial geology during the last fifty years) 25-32

Causes of glacial/interglacial cycles: Cenozoic ice age, 25-26

Cenozoic ice age: causes of glacial/interglacial cycles, 25-26

Channels: ice formation, 79-80

Clarke, G.K.C., (paper: Short history of scientific investigations on glaciers) 4-24

Climatology: global science, 41-42

Colbeck, S.C., (paper: History of snow-cover research) 60-65

Contemporary research: glacier sliding, 8

Development of glaciology: impact of International Glaciological Society, 86-89

Drilling: glaciers, 11-14

Dynamics: sea ice, 50

Early research: glacier sliding, 7

Electrical methods: glaciers, 15-16

Electromagnetic methods: glaciers, 15

Energy balance: sea ice, 49-50

Extrusion flow: ice dynamics, 39-40

Fluctuations: glaciers, 8-9

Frozen ground: mechanics, 83-84

Future role: of International Glaciological Society, 86-89

Geomorphological products of glaciation, 27-29

Geological products of glaciation, 27-29

Geophysical measurements: glaciers, 14-16

Geophysical surveys:

ice thickness and bedrock mapping, 35-36

ice volume, 36

radio echo-sounding, 35-36

Glacial deposition, 28-29

Glacial erosion, 27-28

Glacial geology, 25-32

Glacial geology: ice dynamics, 38

Glacial/interglacial cycles: causes, 25-26

Glaciers:

drilling, 11-14

electromagnetic methods, 15

fluctuations, 8-9

geophysical measurements, 14-16

gravity method, 15

history of scientific investigations on, 4-24

hydrology, 10-11

ice permeability, 10-11

interferometry, 15

internal water channels, 10

length variations, 9-10

mass balance, 9-10

other electrical methods, 15-16

pulsed radar, 15

seismic methods, 14-15

subglacial water channels, 10

surging, 8-9

thermal regime, 11

Glacier sliding:

contemporary research, 8

early research, 7

Glaciology:

development of, 86-89

future key technology, 73-74

major advances and responsible technology, 68-73

technology in advancement of, 66-77

Glen, J.W., (paper: Fifty years of progress in ice physics) 52-59

Global geophysics: ice sheets, 42-44

Global science:

atmospheric chemistry, 42

climatology, 41-42

ice sheets, 41-42

Gold, L.W., (paper: Fifty years of progress engineering) 78-85

Gravity method: glaciers, 15

Historical sketch: sea ice, 48-49

History:

scientific investigations on glaciers, 4-24

snow-cover research, 60-65

Hydrology: glaciers, 10-11

Ice:

as a material, 66-67

bearing capacity, 82-83

Icebergs, 80-81

Icebreakers, 81-82

Ice cover: sea ice, 50

Ice dynamics:

basal net balance, 37

bore-hole sampling of deep ice, 38

extrusion flow, 39-40

glacial geology, 38

mass balance, 37

modelling studies, 41

sliding and internal deformation, 40

surface net balance, 36-37

surging, 40

temperature distribution, 38

Ice engineering: progress in, 78-85

Ice formation: rivers and channels, 79-80

Ice movement:

internal, 37-38

surface, 37

Ice physics: progress in, 52-59

Ice sheets:

form and extent, 33-35

global geophysics, 42-44

global science, 41-42

ice thickness and bedrock mapping, 35-36

satellite altimetry, 33-35

satellite studies of surface form and extent, 33-35

surface features, 33-35

understanding of, 33-47

Ice-sheet studies and global science: ice sheets and climatology, 41-42

Ice thickness: ice sheets, 35-36

Ice volume: geophysical surveys, 36

Icing, 83

Impact: of International Glaciological Society on development of glaciology, 86-89

Interferometry: glaciers, 15

International Glaciological Society: impact on development of glaciology, 86-89

Internal deformation: ice dynamics, 40

Introduction, 3

Key technology: for future glaciology, 73-74

Large-scale glacial depositional patterns, 29

Length variations: glaciers, 9-10

Lewis, E.L., (paper: Fifty years of progress in understanding sea ice) 48-51

Major advances: responsible technology in glaciology, 68-73

Mass balance:

glaciers, 9-10

ice dynamics, 37

sea ice, 49-50

Mechanics: frozen ground, 83-84

Modelling studies: ice dynamics, 41

Models: sea ice, 50

Morphology: sea ice, 50

Navigation, 81-82

Physical properties: sea ice, 49

Pre-late Cenozoic glacial epochs in Earth history, 26-27

Progress:

glacial geology, 25-32

ice engineering, 78-85

ice physics, 52-59

ice sheets, 33-47

sea ice, 48-51

Pulsed radar: glaciers, 15

Radio echo-sounding: ice thickness and bedrock mapping, 35-36

Rivers: ice formation, 79-80

Robin, G. de Q., and Swithinbank, C, (paper: Fifty years of progress in understanding ice sheets) 33-47

Role: of International Glaciological Society on the development of glaciology, 86-89

Röthlisberger, H., (paper: Introduction) 3

Satellite altimetry: ice sheets, 33-35

Scientific investigations: on glaciers, 4-24

Scientific style: trends, 16-18

Sea ice, 80

Sea ice:

dynamics, 50

energy and mass balances, 49-50

historical sketch, 48-49

ice cover, 50

models, 50

morphology, 50

physical properties, 49

understanding of, 48-51

Seismic methods: glaciers, 14-15

Short history: of scientific investigations on glaciers, 4-24

Sliding: ice dynamics, 40

Snow-cover research:

current (post-1970), 63-64

discovery (1900-36), 61-62

history of, 60-65

preparation (pre-1900), 61

recent (1936-70), 62-63

Surface features: ice sheets, 33-35

Surface form and extent: ice sheets, 33-35

Surface net balance: ice dynamics, 36-37

Surging:

glaciers, 8-9

ice dynamics, 40

Swithinbank, C, see Robin, G. de Q., and Swithinbank, C.

Technology:

advancement of glaciology, 66-77

major advances in glaciology, 68-73

Temperature distribution: ice dynamics, 38

Thermal regime: glaciers, 11

Weertman, J., (paper: Impact of the International Glaciological Society on the development of glaciology and its future role) 86-89

Zwally, H.J., (paper: Technology in the advancement of glaciology) 66-77