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Gorham, Eville (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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In a recent paper on gas enclosures in a temperate glacier (Storbreen in the Jotunheim district of Norway) COACHMAN, HEMMINGSEN and SCHOLANDER (Tellus, 1956) report some specific conductivity and pH measurements made on melted samples as chemical tests of ice purity (conductivity giving some indication of the amount of dissolved ions).DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1958.tb02038.x
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    • BRODIN, G., 1956 and 1957: Current data on the chemical composition of air and precipitation. Tell".' 7 and 8, quarterly appendices.
    • BUCHANAN, J. Y., 1908: Ice and its natural history. Proc. Roy. Instn G.B. 19, 243-276.
    • COACHMAN, L. K., HEMMINGSEN, E., and SCHOLANDER, P. F., 1956: Gas enclosures in a temperate glacier. Tell".' 8, 415-423.
    • RENAUD, A., 1949: A contribution to the study of the glacier grain. J. Glaciol. I, 320-324.
    • Ice, c. 600 m from foot of glacier "» "» 2I,,3o0o0omm »» »), »» »»
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