Anisotropy of ice
Ice has an
extremely strong plastic anisotropy, which has a strong influence on the
deformation. A model developed by Throstur of
fabric evolution, "Devo", includes: measures of dislocation density, dynamic
recrystallization, and more.
- Strain rate enhancement at Dye 3, Greenland
by Ůr÷stur Ůorsteinsson,
E.D. Waddington, K.C. Taylor, R.B. Alley, D.D. Blankenship
Abstract (HTML | PDF), paper published in Journal of
Glaciology, Vol. 45, No. 150, p. 338-345, 1999.
- Proposition defense, qualifying exam
In fall 1996 I had my qual, in which I dealt with anisotropy of ice. The presentation,
overheads, I used are here: PRESENTATION.
- Can we explain flow enhancement at Dye 3 with Anisotropy. A talk that I gave at
the North West Glaciology Meeting, in Vancouver B.C., 24-25 October 1996.
- The Role of Anisotropy and Impurities in Deformation of the Dye3 borehole. Talk given at
the EISMINT Workshop on Ice Rheology at Grindelwald, Switzerland, 26-30
Thorsteinsson and Edwin D. Waddington.
Folding in strongly anisotropic media.
IGS symposium: Ice
Cores and Climate, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, 17-23 August 2001 (talk).
Meetings / Workshops
af ■rˇun stefnuhneigar, "Devo", inniheldur meal annars:
lÝkanreikninga ß ■Úttleika ferilveilna, umkrist÷llun, og fleira.
MŠlingar ß styrk
stefnuhneigar og framsetning