# Glacier Mechanics

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- A flow law for glacier ice - 2
- A problem with high uaX warming rates in the Column model 3
- A yield criterion
- Advection
- Alternating direction schemes
- Analysis of boreholedeformation data
- Analysis of the effect of a small change in mass balance using a perturbation approach
- Applications of stress and deformation principles to classical problems
- Backward forward and centered differences
- Balance velocity
- Calving
- Chapter - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Collapse of a cylindrical hole
- Comparison with observation
- Comparison with real glaciers
- Condition that principal axes of stress and strain rate coincide
- Conduction
- Coupling thermal and mechanical models
- Crystal structure of ice
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- Deformation
- Dependence of K on temperature
- Dislocations
- Effect of a frozen bed
- Effect of diffusion
- Elementary kinematic wave theory
- Englacial and basal temperatures along a flowline calculated using the Column model
- ErieB Hooke
- Error introduced by the assumed vertical velocity distribution
- Extension to three dimensions and introduction of deviatoric stresses
- Fdw 1 H
- Fe tb f Ub f tbUb fin fe tb td
- Finite strain and the origin of foliation
- Finiteelement models
- Flow field
- Further study of the response time
- General equations for transformation of strain in two dimensions
- General equations for transformation of stress in two dimensions
- Geomorphic implications
- Goals of modeling
- Horizontal velocity at depth in an ice sheet
- Horizontal velocity in a valley glacier
- Ice streams
- Implicit methods
- Info - 2
- Initial conditions and forcing
- Intercomparison of models
- Internal stresses
- Invariants of a tensor
- Logarithmic strain
- Mean horizontal velocity and ice flux
- Measurement of velocity
- Melt rates in conduits
- Melting and freezing at the bed
- Mohrs circle
- Momentum balance
- Nondimensionalization
- Numerical integration
- Numerical modeling
- Numerical modeling of glacier responses
- Origin of cirques and overdeepenings
- Plastic flow
- Positive feedback processes
- Principal stresses
- Radar stratigraphy
- Radius of particle mm
- Ramp structures and esker nets
- Ratelimiting processes
- Recrystallization
- Regelation
- Response of a temperate glacier
- Response of glaciers to changes in mass balance
- Rheology of basal ice
- Role of permafrost in ice sheet dynamics and landform evolution
- Roughness in the Nye Kamb theory
- Sediment supply to eskers
- Shallow ice approximation
- Shear stress distribution
- Simple and pure shear
- Simplifying assumptions
- Sliding speed
- Solutions for stresses and velocities in plane strain
- Stability of ice streams
- Stress and deformation
- Stress and velocity distribution in an idealized glacier
- Stress and velocity solutions for a nonlinear material
- Stress solutions in a perfectly plastic medium
- Summary - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
- Surges
- Temperature distribution in polar ice sheets
- Temperature oC
- Temperature profiles in the ablation zone
- Temperature profiles near the surface of an ice sheet
- Temporal and spatial distribution of drainage system types
- Tests of sliding theories
- The basal boundary condition
- The boundary condition at the surface
- The Column model
- The first integration
- The generalized energy balance equation
- The invariants in plane strain
- The problem at the terminus
- The role of normal pressure
- The second integration
- The steadystate temperature profile at the center of an ice sheet
- The strain ellipse
- The velocity field in a glacier
- Threedimensional models of ice sheets
- Transverse profiles of surface elevation on a valley glacier
- Tt
- Tunnel and borehole closure
- Tunnel valleys
- Types of subglacial drainage system
- Validation
- Velocity solutions in a perfectly plastic medium
- Vertical velocity
- W a
- Water flow in and under glaciers geomorphic implications
- Water pressure and glacier quarrying
- Water pressures in subglacial conduits on hard beds
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