Glacial Processes, Past and Present (GSA Special Paper 337) by David M. Mickelson, John W. Attig
By David M. Mickelson, John W. Attig
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Stratified basal ice overlies clear ice with abundant angular silt aggregates (above ice axe head) in the basal ice facies. This section was exposed when winter movement uplifted basal ice forming an overhang and a cave. Ashton, G. , 1986, River and lake ice engineering: Littleton, Colorado, Water Resources Publications, p. 261–372. Daly, S. S. Army Cold Regions Research Engineering Laboratory Monograph 84-1, 46 p. Daly, S. , 1994, Evolution of frazil ice in natural water bodies, in Daly, S. S.
Evenson, E. , and Alley, R. , 1999, Isotopic composition of vent discharge from the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska: Implications for the origin of basal ice, in Mickelson, D. , and Attig, J. , Glacial Processes Past and Present: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337. 37 38 D. D. Titus et al. , this volume, chapter 1). Supercooling of the discharge results in nucleation of ice crystals and the release of latent heat, allowing the discharge to maintain thermal equilibrium.